Hello out there all you wonderful people!
Number one on our list is Ted Gauss’ breakfast, held at Guerrazzi’s Restaurant, 15643 South US 27, Lansing Township, 48906. It starts at 9:00 a.m. on June 4. Call Ted at (517) 321-4754.
Proposed calendar of events
May 8 – Euchre tournament at Local 602
May 8 – Retirees luncheon
May 10 – Lunch at Old World Buffet, 11:30 a.m.
June 4 – Ted’s breakfast at Guerrazzi’s
June 13 – Cook-out luncheon
July 10 – Luncheon with “no-bake bake sale”
August 12 – Area-wide retirees picnic at Hawk Island County Park, noon
September 11 – Luncheon
September 17 – Tigers night game
September 21 – Pancake breakfast and bake sale
October 9 – Halloween luncheon
October 15 – Michigan Princess color tour
November 13 – Veterans’ memorial and Thanksgiving luncheon with holiday auction
December 11 – Christmas luncheon
Please mark your calendars and join us. You’ll be happy you did.
Call Connie Dunn about our trips at (517) 323-2146.
On our sick list: Jerry Rayman; Gary Sunken and wife are working at getting better.
To the families of James Greer, Critt Lowery, Rick Rendon, Norma Hunt (84), Joe Finkbeiner, and Jack Whitney (79), Jenny Henderson (84), Bruce Jameson.: you’re all in our prayers.
Michigan Senator Hoon-Yung Hopgood (D-Taylor) has introduced SB 95 and 96, two bills that would repeal Right-to-Work for private and public workers respectively. The Right-to-Work bills were rammed through the legislature during last year’s lame duck session without public hearings, while thousands of union activists were locked out of the State Capitol. The bill went into effect on March 27, but will not affect existing contracts until they expire.
Happy birthday to Ardie Douglas, Ted Gauss, Jerry Hunt, Dick Torguson, Jill Raffler. In April. Canda Anthony, Dick Slocum, Connie Dunn. May. Jack Calahan, Doris William, Betty Varney, and Lois Schultz.
Joe Sagy is a precinct delegate in DeWitt.
Anniversary: Roy and Helen Spencer, 70 years.
Hoping things will be looking up, but you wonder with people thinking older people are rich. Ha ha. We have all worked hard to make a better place to live in our golden years. So the Governor and Republicans can take it. But as retirees, we will make it, we always do. When you’ve lived this long, it’s “been there, done that.” We fight to the end.
Till we meet again, keep smiling. My address is: Lois Schultz, 3009 Luella Ln, Springport, MI 49284. My phone is 517-543-5385.