November Newsletter 2009
Our Thanksgiving Meeting
decided this meeting would follow a traditional Thanksgiving gathering.
From the turkey and dressing all the way down to the “Punkin’ Pie “. I guess you could say we really
“pigged out” at this one. Scot & Family were up from Florida visiting, so the timing couldn’t have been
better for all of us. We always enjoy their company as well as their friendship! Not to mention the
Red Cup gang gets the opportunity to “show off” a little. This actually turned out to be a fairly large gathering.
We met on November 19th, as opposed to our regular date.
the better portions of the meeting was when everyone took a minute to share
with the group,
the things he or she was thankful for. Kenny closed with a prayer and we had a very large and wonderful meal.
dinner, we had our little meeting. Dano
took a minute to present Billy with a plaque honoring his
upcoming retirement. In tradition, Billy submitted to an act of loyalty within the group, that we call
“The Smellin’ Of The Hole”. It was all good, and we wish Billy the best! We hear he’s headed to the coast!
had built, with David’s help, a covered bridge on his property which was a
replica of one the group came
across on a
In closing, we stood on the patio and got a good group shot of a truly stuffed & happy group of “Red Cuppers”!
meeting will be at Golden Corral.
A short breakfast meeting due to holiday schedules!
GDRCS Birthdays for November - Not Gettin’ Older, Just Better!
Joel (November 13th), Greg (November 24th), Bob (November 25th)
“The George Dickel Red Cup Society”
Good Friends…. Good Times… Good Whisky