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(181 members): To close-out the summer each year, many of the guys head to Port Aransas along the Gulf Coast. They stay at the Sand Castle Condos each mid-September. It's a great get-away of sun, fun, surf, companionship, and a lot of good eats. All the good photos say, "For sure, next year."
It was good to see our former president Jerome among the 21 of us at our Tuesday lunch this past week. He is now going through therapy in his recovery from the stroke. Many, many thanks to Alex for stepping in, taking over the regular chores, and getting us through Labor Day. Man, Alex is a good worker. We lost our oldest member, Ernie LaFerriere, in later October. He was 92 years old. His smile is missed.
It was interesting to read the article written by Prez Dennis. He wrote about the upcoming elections and the number of gays and lesbians that are running for elected office in their state. This is very encouraging. Many of our guys like the city of Seattle and we often hear of a member travelling to the area. The third Saturday of the month is their monthly potluck at 2 p.m. Capitol Hill Presbyterian at 1729 Harvard is their meeting place. You'll be glad you stopped by.
(80 members): October is State Fair month. If you are a 62 plusser, it is free admission. They all met at the DART station, and had a great afternoon. It included walking through an original sized Roman Sisteen Chapel. The deep fried breaded cauliflower with cinnamon whipped cream sounds delightful.