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From: John I Jones <jijones@ix.netcom.com>

Irisborer@aol.com wrote:
> << .  What time will this
>  dinner be?  There is a judges training (subject not posted) that night
>  also.  I don't want to miss either one, am I greedy or what? >>
> Approximately 5-6:30....  the same time you would be running around trying to
> find "dinner on your own".

The way we currently have things set with the hotel are: Drinks and
socializing at 5:00, the dinner will arrive about 5:15 and will include coffee
and tea as well. There will be a wide selection of sodas to drink. Lots of
non-cola, and diet versions of most.

> So here's the scoop for everyone worried..... the dinner will include
> lasagne, garlic bread and salad and one soda.  Water will be available, I'm
> sure (if nothing else, we'll send someone down to the ice machine).  We will
> try to arrange for extra soda.  The idea of asking people to bring things is
> more for fun than anything... and if we have a few door prizes - even MORE so!

Great idea Kathy!

> We've got our minimum already (20 people), and we're on our way!

Way Cool!

John                     | "There be dragons here"
                         |  Annotation used by ancient cartographers
                         |  to indicate the edge of the known world.

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