The View From The Top
Happy 2021! We are all hoping for a better year. I can’t wait to start socializing again like we did prior to the pandemic and go to a party again! Who would have thought that would be such a sacred thing?
I am thrilled to report that we are having members step forward to volunteer. That’s what keeps us going and what our Club is all about!
A big shout out goes to Pat Deenihan for organizing our annual Bake and Craft Sale and to Robert Newbury for assisting with the website for the sale. For a virtual sale, we had quite the turnout and raised nearly $550. Way to go! Thanks go to Dan Lutterman and Ron Percivalle for being our auctioneers at our last Zoom general meeting. And thanks to all the Club members who made a donation and to those who purchased an item - your support is very much appreciated.
Skiing is in full swing now, thank goodness the resorts are open this season. Suzie Jacox and Ron Percivalle recently led a successful social ski day and are ready to do another. Ed Shaw and Gary Rose will be leading snowshoe hikes in the next few months. And Doug Barr has organized a snow angel photo contest. What is that, you ask? Check out the article in the January newsletter. Organized outdoor recreational events continues thanks to those who are coming forward to organize and/or lead.
And how about a movie night? We had a positive response when we asked our members about this during a recent meeting, so we have our first one scheduled. We are reserving the theater just for us, with a maximum of 20 people. If this is successful we will schedule another.
We will continue with our Zoom general meetings and a Zoom TGIF’ each month. Our January general meeting will feature a speaker from Sky Tavern.