In case you haven't heard, you're having a party!!!
When: Saturday, May 24, 2008
(Memorial Day Weekend)
Where: John & Cheryl's
158 Midbury Hill Road, Newbury Park, Ca 91320
Are you coming ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Please let everyone know. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we'll place your answer right here:
-- Joyce & Mark . . . . . Yes!
-- Amanda & Bill . . . . . Yes!
-- David . . . . . Yes!
-- Jim and Joan . . . .Yes!
-- Judi . . . Yes, along with her friend Clay
-- Erin - Yes, and bringing San Franciso Sourdough bread with her!
-- Liana . . . Her plane arrives Saturday morning!! Yeah!!!
-- Harold & Dottie: "We'll be there!" Great!
-- Juanita. "Definitely."
-- Harold Kammermeyer - Yes. Delcia - no
-- Jason, Kristi & kids -- Garret is going to the playoffs, so they will not be able to attend.
-- Tom - Yes. Debby - no.
-- John & Cheryl -- Yes (or maybe we'll just leave the keys under the door)
-- Carol -- With deep regret, Carol cannot get away from Florida.
FOOD! FOOD! FOOD!
Cheryl and John will be serving spare ribs and barbecued chicken. We will also provide the drinks. Some of you have offered to bring other dishes. That is very much appreciated!! Those wishing to do so, please pick from the following list and send me an email so I can update this list.
Amanda & Bill raw vegetable plate and dip
__________ raw vegetable plate and dip
Joyce & Mark chips and dip
__Juanita__ chips and dip
Jim & Joan potato salad
Joyce & Mark green salad
__________ other salad ???
Dottie & Harold baked beans
__________ vegetable dish - corn on the cob or ???
__________ other vegetable dish ???
___Erin___ bread - garlic and/or non-garlic
Jim & Joan dessert - homemade ice cream
_ David___ David is bringing a wild and crazy assortment of sodas so we can make floats
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