Its Breakfast Time

 

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Another Week, Another Meal …. or Two
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As Jim Sommars says, today we had another chance to…EAT! The daring duo of Carol Buote and Marilyn Watson planned another in a series of very successful social breakfasts. It was an opportunity to talk and eat, two of COTV’s favorite activities, and at the same time.
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Of the 27 who sent Carol and Marilyn RSVPs, 35 turned up and some of those weren’t on any list. Don’t forget how hard the hosts at all our events work to find a place that we can all fit in to, so we will remind you once again (nag!nag!nag! – learned that from Esther Crocker) to RSVP or un-RSVP if you can’t make it. Fortunately, the Broken Yolk can go with the flow and they found more table space.
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Mike and Doreen Alewine, among our newest members, brought their friends, Bruce and Pam McDuffy to meet us. Here’s a real good story to share – Bruce came to the COTV Promenade Car Show on May 1st with his buddy, Mike, and ended up buying a Corvette from one of the participants, so Al gave them an application at the breakfast and it looks like two more new members were born.
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In addition to our hosts, Carol and Leonard Buote and Marilyn and Bill Watson, those at the breakfast included Bob and Monica Clark, Dave and Betsy Crook, Harry and Sharon Finch, Al Hackworth (without Vickie!!!), Chuck Isenberg (also solo), Manny and Diane Macedo, Ray and Judy McIntosh (just back from their European vacation), Willie Nagle, Mike and Cyndee O’Brien, Jim and Diane Sommars, Bob Smith and Rose Streets, Rob and Daryl Weber and, last alphabetically but not least, Don and Bev Weeks. As you can imagine the noise level in the relatively small space was at the max.
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We had one waitress, Rena, for our whole group and, amazingly, she got all the orders taken in short order, delivered correctly and all the bills taken care of efficiently. Give that girl a hand! The food was good and ample enough to tide us over until Sunday when we have the Club picnic and we get to EAT AGAIN! Thanks Carol and Marilyn and we can hardly wait for what you come up with for July.
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