September 15 Kayateing
Meeting at Kathy's
Shoeboxes for Shelters
Coffee Field Trip
Starbucks in Silver Creek Complex
(next to Costentino's)
Chris Tsafos (Happy 19th!)
Brown (Happy 22nd!)
Lauren Grady (Happy 20th!)
6th Megan Grady
Heinrichsen (Happy 19th!)
10th Greg Wilson
15th Marian Caso
17th Robin Nevoli
19th Darren Heinrichsen
25th Leah Verhoeven (Happy
27th Doug Eastman
28th Cathy Hennig
September 19, 7:15pm
Shoeboxes for Shelters
Hopefully everyone has been collecting back to school
supplies and saving all those little shampoos from vacation. Also need any
shoeboxes & wrapping paper.
Robin called the company and the
date has been set for Sunday, September 15 at approximately 10am. The name
of the company is Kayate Connection and their address is 2370 Moss Landing
(Highway 1). Phone number 831-724-5692. The plan for the day is to
rent 2-person kayates and picnic for lunch at the nearby beach in Moss Landing.
The cost is $40 for 4 hours for two people. (If you do the math, that
means $20 per person for 4 hours.) Robin would like an RSVP by September
1 (before this newsletter is even online!) as the club needs to put up a 50%
(Editor's note: What is a kayate?)
Fall Ladies Trip
At the last meeting a decision was made to move the October ladies trip to the
second week of Oct. as many were not be able to make it on the original weekend.
The following places are being researched: Yosemite, Pajaro Dunes, Cambria Pines
Lodge, and Tahoe (because it is usually the cheapest). Because it has not been
clear how many people are interested in going it is hard to quote per person
prices at this point. Please email Vicki (email@example.com)
ASAP and state your first, second and third choices so plans can move forward.
If you will not go if a certain destination is chosen please mention it.
Six families enjoyed another pleasant day at Capitola for the Sandcastle
Contest and Beach Breakfast. Mr. Johnson's "Hogwarts" ended up taking 2nd
place in the large group competition. (Even though he ended up having
only 2 in his group plus some shoveling by Walt and water hauling by
Keith) Janis was nominated to bring her great fruit kebabs every year!!...............Kathy
Come See "Mame
...at Pioneer High School on Oct. 2-5 at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $12 for
adults, $6 for students. Randi and David have great parts and would appreciate
the support. E-mail Randi for more info...
Alaska Trip Update
We now have 21 couples who have reserved so far for the July 12, 2003,
Alaska cruise/train trip (12 days). There is still room.... all you need
is a $350 per person deposit on a credit card to hold your spot. Don't be
left out! Call Randi or Ruth for more info. Deposits can be made directly
over the phone to Betty(Randi's mom).
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
Or, feel free to call or email Ruth Eastman
(firstname.lastname@example.org). We have field trips planned
for July, August and September and home meetings for the
"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
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. This month we'll be
getting our Starbuck's coffee at the Silver Creek complex next door to Costentino's
and then going to the tables and chairs behind the complex that overlook
Educator Joke (from Randi)
In an effort to add diversity to the workforce,
five cannibals get hired by a large school
district. During the welcoming ceremony the
superintendent says, "You're all part of our
team now. You can earn good money here, and
you can go to the cafeteria for something
to eat. So please don't trouble any of the
other employees". The cannibals promised.
Four weeks later the superintendent returns
and says, "You're all working very hard, and
I'm very satisfied with all of you. However,
one of our janitors has disappeared. Do
any of you know what happened to him?"
The cannibals all shake their heads no.
After the boss left, the leader of the cannibals
says to the others, "Which of you idiots ate
A hand raises hesitantly, to which the leader
of the cannibals replies, "You FOOL! For four
weeks we've been eating Assistant Superintendents,
Curriculum Directors, Team Leaders, Supervisors
and Coordinators and no one noticed anything,
and YOU had to go and eat the janitor!
CLUB OFFICERS President & Treasurer - Vicki Rasmussen Newsletter & Webmaster - Ginny Gomez Coffee Co-Coordinators - Robin Nevoli & Tina Cuneo Executive Committee - Randi Heinrichsen,
Joan Wilson and Sally Brooks-Schulke