Month of May
Panera Bakery at Coleman & Taylor
Lake Cunningham & Cold Stone
Niles Canyon Railway
May 31-June 3
Ladies Spring Fling
Harbour House, Bodega Bay
RSVP : Randi
Los Padres Golf
RSVP : Lou
New Brighton Beach
RSVP : Sue Butler
10th Betty Verhoeven
15th Christian Corral
19th Rob Verhoeven
27th Leah D'Agosta
28th Brett Nevoli
When: Thursday, May 17,
Where & What: Cold Stone Creamery/Lake Cunningham Park
Meet at Cold Stone Creamery (Tully/Capital) and take a walk to Cunningham Park....then return for a cool treat!
Niles Canyon Railway
One hour 10 minute ride starts and
ends at Sunol Depot. We will meet there on Sunday, May 20, and
have an early lunch at 11:30 at the private park across the street from
the station. There are no restrooms on the train caboose.
We can have dessert and drinks on the train. The train leaves
promptly at 1:30.
Directions: from I-680 Pleasanton. Exit
onto Hwy 84 West. Go west one mile to Sunol. Right turn onto Main
Street. Continue on Main St. past Kilkare Rd. Sunol Depot is on
Address is 6 Kilkare Road Sunol, CA
Cost is $10.00 per person (paid after the
ride.) Also we will be splitting the charge of $75.00 among all
those that attend.
Bring a dessert to share, and the drinks you want on
the train. Bring your lunch and meet us there at 11:30. The
maximum is 20 adults, so invite others.
Those that RSVP’d so far: (sorry if I missed
including you, I should have made a list last night at bunko!)
Butlers, Nevolis, Pearsons, Gomezes, Roesslers, Wilsons, and
Cuneos. That makes 14. If we split the $75 makes it kind of
costly (it would make it around $5.50 more per person.) I would
have to cancel 2 weeks prior to get the $75.00 deposit back. Let
me know what you want to do.
Hope we get enough people; I’m really looking
forward to it. Sue
Update.....from Robin The bunco gathering on Saturday nite was a huge
success. We had a total of 17 couples try their hand at the game. A
good time was had by all. Thanks to everyone who brought tables and
chairs, Ginny for the pencils, Randi for the dice and Joan for the
Here are the
winners of Saturday Nite:
Most Bunco's - Sue
- Randi Heinrichson
Losses - Cindy Pitcher
Score - Sue Ballard
Score - Cindy Pitcher
Score - Sharon Simmons
Most Bunco's - Doug
Wins - Gary Gerlinger
Losses - Keith Roessler
Score - Doug Eastman
Score - Keith Roessler
Score - Charles
Highest Score - Sue and
Score - Kathy and Keith
- Janis and Gary
Most Losses - Kathy and Keith
- Sally Brooks-Schulke
Cindy needs to know how many people are interested in going to the Menopause The Musical at Pier
39 in October to determine if we can get the group rate. She can
only order tickets 6 weeks in advance. Contact Cindy by May 15 and let her know
if you are interested in going.
The Wilson's are movin’ on
up...or is it down or is it across?
The Wilson ’s have three major bits of news to share
with our Las Madres family. Walt and Joan finally found their
waterfront property after a long two plus years of searching. We have
closed on land in a subdivision in Branson West, MO. Now we get to
dream and draw up plans to build that retirement home with the sounds
of the water and beautiful trees to support my hammock. We will be
about seven hours from Greg and family and four hours from Walt’s
And for those who may not know, Greg and De
purchased and closed on a new home in Ardmore, OK. They have almost
doubled their living space and still have a huge yard with four mature
pecan trees. Greg is managing a restaurant call El Chico that is
similar to our Chili/Chevy’s but the volume is fourth in the nation
with over 100 restaurant and 30 franchise restaurants. He is quite
settled in married life with a wife and two young daughters aged 9 and
7 years. Remember those days?
And finally, Trevor has just decided to take a job
with an advertising agency in downtown Los Angeles. He will continue to
represent the entertainment field and will have Great America as one of
his accounts. This is a great career move for him, as he seems to love
the entertainment field and that means LA or NY. The agency represents
Toyota and McDonalds as well as several other big names so there is
plenty of learning and potential for growth. Walt and I are very proud
of him and yet sad to see him move out of the area. He will start his
new job mid May.
The Ladies Spring Fling is to Harbour House in Bodega Bay for 3 nights,
May 31st - June 3rd. Check it out at: http://www.harbourhouse.info.
Francisco Giants Game Day
Sue & Bud are interested
in going to a
S.F. Giants game with Britannia Arms if that can get others to join
them. It would be on July 1, 2007. Price is $60.00 per person and
includes bus transportation from the Brit, hot dogs and fries, beers on
the bus and the ticket in. The bus leaves the Brit at 11:00 a.m.
They are playing the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Let Sue Butler know, and
you can call and make your reservations and they will do the same to:
Britannia Arms Almaden
Can also order the tickets from Michael or Manager on Duty or call
266-0550 or e-mail email@example.com
Bottle Your Own @ Guglielmo Winery Saturday May 19, 2007, 10-3
The Butler ’s will be there at 11:30. Free wine tasting and
munchies (we usually bring some of our own munchies as well!) Let
me know, and I’ll save you a seat.
Also, on August 25, 2007 they will be having the Famous Grape
Stomp. 2:30-9:30 p.m.
$55.00 per person, includes music by the “Heartbeats” dinner and wine
(and of course the wine stomping entertainment)
If interested contact the winery directly at 40-779-2145
discussion, it was decided to try something different
for coffee this year. We will be picking a new place to visit each
month. We will go to that location for the entire month, unless we
decide to have an "away" coffee :-) For the month of May, we
will be going to the Panera Bakery at Coleman & Taylor. On May 26,
the last Saturday of the month, we will be having a field trip back to
Java Junction so that we can visit the 3rd Annual Evergreen Fine Arts
& Crafts Festival in the park.
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Famous Mothers Might Have Said
Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary's Mother: "I don't mind
you having a garden, Mary, but does it have to be growing under your
Mona Lisa's Mother: "After all that money your
father and I spent on braces, Mona, that's the biggest smile you can
Humpty Dumpty's Mother: "Humpty, If I've told you
once, I've told you a hundred times not to sit on that wall. But would
you listen to me? Noooo!"
Columbus' Mother: "I don't care what you've
discovered, Christopher. You still could have written!"
Babe Ruth's Mother: "Babe, how many times have I
told you -- quit playing ball in the house! That's the third broken
window this week!"
Michelangelo's Mother: "Mike, can't you paint on
walls like other children? Do you have any idea how hard it is to get
that stuff off the ceiling?"
Napoleon's Mother: "All right, Napoleon. If you
aren't hiding your report card inside your jacket, then take your hand
out of there and prove it!"
Custer's Mother: "Now, George, remember what I told
you -- don't go biting off more than you can chew!"
Abraham Lincoln's Mother: "Again with the stovepipe
hat, Abe? Can't you just wear a baseball cap like the other kids?"
Barney's Mother: "I realize strained plums are your
favorite, Barney, but you're starting to look a little purple."
Mary's Mother: "I'm not upset that your lamb
followed you to school, Mary, but I would like to know how he got a
better grade than you."
Batman's Mother: "It's a nice car, Bruce, but do you
realize how much the insurance is going to be?"
Goldilocks' Mother: "I've got a bill here for a
busted chair from the Bear family. You know anything about this,
Little Miss Muffet's Mother: "Well, all I've got to
say is if you don't get off your tuffet and start cleaning your room,
there'll be a lot more spiders around here!"
Albert Einstein's Mother: "But, Albert, it's your
senior picture. Can't you do something about your hair? Styling gel,
George Washington's Mother: "The next time I catch
you throwing money across the Potomac, you can kiss your allowance
Jonah's Mother: "That's a nice story, but now tell
me where you've really been for the last three days.
Superman's Mother: "Clark, your father and I have
discussed it, and we've decided you can have your own telephone line.
Now will you quit spending so much time in all those phone booths?
Thomas Edison's Mother: "Of course I'm proud that
you invented the electric light bulb, Thomas. Now turn off that light
and get to bed!"