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December newsletter and Christmas party

By Webmaster | December 3, 2007

Here’s the latest from Terry:

Our next meeting will be the club Christmas party. It will be Thursday, December 20th at 7:00 P.M. at the sub-division community center where Sid Witherington lives in Germantown. The address is 7955 Farmingdale Road, Germantown, TN 38138. This will be a party only; we will not have split the pot, door prize, or finds competition. Hope most of you can make it to the party, but being so close to the actual Christmas holiday, I am sure there are several other commitments!

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A reminder that annual dues will be coming up in January 2008!

November 2007
Please welcome our new officers for 2008! President – Jim Bryson, Vice President-Joey Rendon, Treasurer- Carolyn Glaze, Secretary- Sara Kee!!!!

The community center was reserved for the club Christmas party for the 20th of December, by Sid Witherington.  The club will furnish the ham and drinks, club members are asked to bring the following based on the first letter of your last name;

A thru H Dessert
I  thru O Vegetable
P thru Z Appetizer

If you wish to participate on gift exchange, we ask you to limit it to approximately $10.00 value. If you are a boy bring a boy gift or girl, a girl gift.

Split the pot was won by the new prez, Jim Bryson!  No wheat penny bingo winner, however it must be getting close!  Door prize winner was Bill Bugg, a silver dollar.

Sid Witherington was first place winner in finds of the month with a CW U.S. Cavalry rosette.  Second place entries were Jim Pryson/1922 Peace Dollar, and Terry Clifton with a 2005 10K Men’s class ring.  Third place recipients were Debra Clifton with a CW era pot lid lifter, and the new V.P., Joey Rendon took two thirds with an 1867 50 Centime silver French coin and a silver child’s ring.

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One Response to “December newsletter and Christmas party”

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    August 16th, 2008 at 10:04 pm

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