What you are expected to bring: Your favorite potluck dish to share (salads, baked beans, veggies or desserts), your beverage (alcoholic) of choice, $5 event fee (to cover the cost of the meat and paper products), lawn chair if the weather is nice, and your checkbook if you want to make deposits/payments on any of this season’s ski trips.
What will be provided: Meat (“ox” roasted over an open fire and sausages on the grill), soda, ice, paper plates, plastic cups, plastic utensils, napkins, and coffee. Some serving utensils will also be available.
Want to help? Your help keeping the fire going, grilling sausages, welcoming newcomers, or set-up and clean-up will be much appreciated. If you are willing to help with any of these, please offer when you make your reservation so the hosts can plan accordingly.
Reservations are required: Let Nancy know (717-582-2562 or firstname.lastname@example.org) by October 3, 2019, if you are coming, who/how many you are making reservations for (so we know how much meat to prepare), and what potluck dish you plan to bring. If you need directions to Black Birch Hollow, let Nancy know and she’ll email them to you.
Bill and Sandy are delighted to host the annual Kick 'n Glider Christmas Party at their home in Landisville. Join your fellow Kick 'n Gliders for this festive holiday gathering. It’s a chance to meet new members, swap stories about past exploits on the ski trails, and plan for an exciting 2019 ski season.
As usual, bring a dish to share with others and a beverage of your choice.
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Last general meeting of the year.
Election of new officers and trip planning for the 2020 season.