Project Linus & Binky Patrol
Cathy Hennig's House
Vicki or Cathy
Simmons (Happy 22nd!)
11th Kelli Castagnoli
Kranak (Happy 19th!)
14th Don Pitcher
14th Brian Pitcher
Jeremy Brown (Happy 18th!)
Simmons (Happy 16th!)
20th Janis Gerlinger
Claire Brooks-Schulke (Happy
Eastman (Happy 22nd!)
David Painter (Happy 22nd!)
28th Keith Roessler
29th Jenny Pitcher (Happy 23nd!)
Katz (Happy 13th!)
50 is Nifty!
Saturday, July 6 starting at 3:00 at Dee
This party is for parents only- no "kids"
We're going to have a BBQ and
potluck, a ping pong tournament, putting contest, a cute "photo
opportunity" by Sharon, a baby photo match up contest, all of
our old albums to look through and laugh at, and of course, our favorite
pastime - talking!
Wear: Something funny having to do with aging
Bring: Your own drinks in a cooler
coins to be put in Marti's big jar. These will be donated
to the Wish Book
(you can bring any combination of pennies, nickels, dimes and
food dish you've signed up for
R.S.V.P. by July 1. If you don't, we may let
you eat, but you won't have a seat!
We need a snapshot size photo of each
person coming when you were 1-2 years old for our contest.
Please get these to Joan by July 1.
and/or gardenburgers (the club will buy these so let Dee know how many
salad - Kathy
raisin salad - Joan
dip ( sounds yummy Robin)
7 layer dip ? Sue
If you weren't at the coffee meeting at Dee's
to sign up -we need more appetizers and desserts.
Plan to meet at Joan's at 2:45 to carpool.
June's Movie Meeting
13 or more brave souls ventured to Ya-Ya land and had a great
time seeing the movie! Most started the evening with an Italian
dinner in the mall although Robin arrived after dinner, and Cindy's arrival
was one that will go down in our Club's history as the most unique!
Project Linus and Binky Patrol
Shirley sent in this info for the lady we met at Starbuck's while
we were crocheting. (Editor's Note: Not all of us!) She lives in our area
and is getting the Project Linus and Binky Patrol program going in Evergreen
. They make handmade blankets for kids who are sick, homeless, etc. She
has patterns, materials, etc. The next meeting at her house is July 22nd.
Her name is Terrie Madruga, phone 223-2064. Here is the web-site info:
Shirley's comments, "Looks interesting and the noncrocheters or knitters,
but pro-sewers could have fun with this one."
Evergreen Garden Club 2002
Are you a gardener?
Wannabe gardener? If so, you might be interested in
the new "Evergreen Garden Club." Las Madres members Ruth Eastman
and Marti Kranak are part of a small group that has recently formed
to promote home gardening in the Valley. No experience required;
in fact, you don't even need a yard...a pot will do.
If you're interested, check out the very rudimentary web site at:
Or, feel free
to call or email Ruth Eastman (email@example.com).
We have field trips planned for July, August and September and home
meetings for the winter months.
“Life Begins the Day you Start a Garden"
Pacific International Quilt Festival
On October 17-20, this year's festival will be at the Santa
Clara Convention Center. Over 700 quilts and garments will be
on display and many of them will be competing for prize monies. The
Vendor Mall will have over 200 booths with all your quilting needs.
Workshops and lectures are offered. To register, obtain
an online quilt competition form, or simply for more information visit:
Congratulations to Dee and Greg Castagnoli who will be celebrating
30 years of wedded bliss on the 15th!
Sue Ballard is Moving
The phone number is the same, but the address
will be changing: 3491 Sugarcreek Drive 95121
She'll be moving in mid-July and we'll be able to visit
when she hosts the October meeting.
Las Madres is turning 50!
There are plans in the works for a celebration
for the 50th Anniversary of Las Madres in 2003. Visit
the website below to read a little bit about it.
I have been making inquiries to find our more information
and will pass along anything I receive.......Ginny
Meet your Las Madres
friends for some coffee and conversation
at the Starbuck's at White and
Aborn on Saturday mornings at 9am.
Every third Saturday is a "field trip"
- check the Coming Events calendar for the
location of this month's excursion.
Always remember that the perfect age is somewhere between old
enough to know better and young enough not to care.
How many do you remember?
1. Candy cigarettes.
2. Wax coke-shaped bottles with colored sugar water inside.
3. Soda pop machines that dispensed glass bottles.
4. Coffee shops with tableside juke boxes.
5. Blackjack, Clove and Teaberry chewing gum.
6. Home milk delivery in glass bottles, with cardboard stoppers.
7. Party lines.
8. Newsreels before the movie.
9. P. F. Flyers.
10. Butch wax.
11. Telephone numbers with a word prefix,(Drexel-5505).
14. 45-RPM Records.
15. Green Stamps.
17. Metal ice cube trays-with levers.
18. Mimeograph paper.
19. Blue flash Bulbs.
20. Beanie and Cecil.
21. Roller skate keys.
22. Cork pop guns.
23. Drive ins.
25. Wash tub wringers.
26. The Fuller Brush man.
27. Reel-to-reel tape recorders.
28. Tinker toys.
29. The Erector Set.
30. The Fort Apache Play set.
31. Lincoln Logs.
32. 15 cent McDonald hamburgers.
33. 5 cent packs of baseball cards...with that awful pink slab
of bubble gum.
34. Penny candy.
35. 35 cent-a-gallon gasoline.
AND A TIME WHEN...
Decisions were made by going "eeny-meeny-miney-mo."
Mistakes were corrected by simply exclaiming, "Do over!"
"Race issue" meant arguing about who ran the fastest.
Catching the fireflies could happily occupy an entire evening.
It wasn't odd to have two or three "best" friends.
The worst thing you could catch from the opposite sex was cooties.
Having a weapon in school meant being caught with a slingshot.
A foot of snow was a dream come true.
Saturday morning cartoons weren't 30-minute ads for action figures.
"Oly-oly-oxen-free" made perfect sense.
Spinning around, getting dizzy, and falling down was cause for
The worst embarrassment was being picked last for a team.
War was a card game.
Water balloons were the ultimate weapon.
Baseball cards in the spokes transformed any bike into a motorcycle.
Taking drugs meant orange-flavored chewable aspirin. If you can remember most or all of these, then you have lived!!!!