DAFFODIL NEWS Puyallup, WA Aerie #2308
Volume 59, No. 6
Happy ay! s’ D June r e h t a F From Your Aerie President
Thank to all for a great installation! Brothers and Sisters, I would like to extend a hearty thank you to everyone who attended the installation of officers last month. It was wonderful to see everyone here! Thanks to Penny for the decorations and support. Thanks for being such a great partner in crime. I couldn’t hope for a better counterpart for the next year. Thanks to all the volunteers who helped with the dinner service. It was great to be able to sit on the sidelines with my family for once! The dinner was delicious and was a wonderful conclusion to the evening. The biggest thank you of all goes to my family. If it weren’t for their support and love, and especially their approval, I would not be able to do what I do here. They are a fantastic set of gals whom I love very much.
COMING EVENTS Here’s a couple of reminders about our upcoming events. Our first meeting will be held June 2 and the second on the 23rd. The State Eagles Convention will be June 17-19 in Yakima. Also, mark your calendars with our regular events: • Sunday breakfasts • Tuesday Bingo • Texas Hold'em Tournaments • Friday and Saturday nights bands I am looking forward to the next year and all the teamwork it will take to make it successful! — With great appreciation for your support, Norman Kalles, Worthy President P.S. — Don’t forget Father’s Day is coming on Sunday, June 20.
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Dues going up July 1
Save some dough and pay your dues while low At the regular Aerie meeting on May 5 at the third and final reading of proposed by-law changes, the members present voted to raise the Aerie dues from $36 to $42. This raise will go into effect after the Grand Aerie approves the changes. As it stands right now, that will probably be about July 1. You can pay as many years in advance at the old rate of $36 if you pay before the raise goes into effect. If you want to “beat the raise,” you can pay $72 for two years, $108 for three years, $144 for four years and so on. Just remember, we have to get the dues before July 1. In other news in the Secretary’s office, please welcome Kathy Needham. She is taking the place of Judy Skinner who decided she wants to do some traveling this summer. Judy was great to work with and we wish her the best. Say Hi to Kathy who will be working on Tuesdays and Fridays. — Leonard Blakely, Aerie Secretary
We need your recipes! Our club is collecting recipes for a “Club Cookbook” from all Aerie and Auxiliary members of Daffodil #2308. There is a recipe collection box and recipe forms in the foyer of the club. You may also email your recipes to email@example.com or if you would prefer to input them online into the cookbook program, go to www.typensave.com to login to that site. The “Contributor Name” is your own name, group login is puyallupeagles, and the password is recipe. If you have any questions, please call Yvonne Brown, Cookbook Chairman at (253) 841-8584.
Mr. Chicken Legs aces a hole in one Eagles Duffer Gene Kary (Mr. Chicken Legs) made a hole in one on Number 12, a 127 yard par 3 at the Highlander Golf Course in East Wenatchee. Gene used his 8 iron and wants everyone to know there was a fair amount of wind in his face. Congratulations Gene! — Milo
Daffodil Roamers News
We enjoyed spring at Harstine Island!
40 m.p.h. winds were surly a ‘Spring Fling’ The “Spring Fling Golf Tournament” was truly a spring fling with 40 mile per hour winds all weekend! Here’s the Saturday winners in the “Bohunk Game” (don’t ask): First, Jim Collyer; second, Don Proctor; third, Paul Eckhardt; fourth, Larry Archer; fifth, Jerry Hopkins; sixth, Dave Helle; seventh, Mike Suski; and eighth, Gene Kary Closest to the pin on #9 was Don Proctor and on #12 Rob Matison. Sunday’s winners in Division A were: First, Larry Archer, Jim Collyer and Don Proctor; and second, Scott Hutt, Gene Kary and Jerry Hopkins. Division B winners were: Rick Carlson, Ron Johnson and Mike Stone; and second, Dave Helle, Mike Suski and Rob Matison. Grand Champions in the Two-Day, Two-Man Game were Jim Collyer and Scott Hatt. The Grand Runners Up were Gene Kary and Paul Eckhardt. In Division A, first place went to John Pfaff and Don Proctor while Jerry Hopkins and Larry Archer took second. In Division B, Dave Halle and Rob Matison took first and Mike Suski and Larry Schneider placed second. “A two-foot putt counts the same as a two-food drive!” — Milo
Last month we all gathered at the summer home of Yvonne and Gordy Anderson in Winthrop. We were there May 6-9, followed by four days at Pearrygin Lake State Park. At Pearrygin we put on a fishing derby for three days to see who can catch the biggest fish. Fun, laughter, good food and great company is always our main ingredients that keeps our group strong. May 27-31 found a lot of us in Randle/Packwood for the huge city-wide junk sale. (Did I say junk?!! I really meant to say garage sale. . . bad girl Sheron!) Some of us stayed at the Shady Firs Campgrounds, others were at the K & M Park, and some were up at new Tower Rock. But we all got together for a potluck at the Shady Firs. As long as the rain stays away, we always have a great time seeing who got the bargain of the year. As a heads up for June 24-27, you will find us in Our Mothers’ Day Brunch went off with great sucStevenson, WA for the Blues, Brew and BBQ event that the town puts on. It’s a fun event with lots of cess. Thank you all who came and ate and the ones good music and refreshments from local breweries who gave up their day to work. Thank you! We were trying something new with fresh fruit and and wineries in the area. The monies collected at this event goes toward helping their local charities. Our salads along with the breakfast. We received so many group will be staying at the Timberlake RV Resort a compliments that we will probably do it again next few miles outside of Stevenson. Maybe this might be year. Again to the ones who are not in the Past Presia good chance to come check out our group while dents’ Club who came and helped us, thank you and having lots of fun in the process. thanks to the Past Presidents. You did a great job. Last month I announced the new officers for our — Chairman Loni Andrews and Ellen Blakely group and failed miserably to mention Bill Bell as our newly-elected Wagon Master. Sorry about that, Bill. Remember that our monthly meetings take place the first Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m. in the upstairs meeting hall. — Sheron Mozzone, Secretary -5-
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Daffodil 2308 CALENDAR OF EVENTS FOR
NEW NEW MENU MENU 4:30 To 7:00 pm 4:30 To 7:00 pm Duffers Meeting 6:30 pm
Breakfast 8-11 Eggs to Order, Toast, Spuds, Bacon, Ham, Juice, Coffee. Texas Hold'em Sign Up 11 am Play at 1 pm Jackpot Drawing 5 pm
Bingo 7 pm
20 Breakfast 8-11 Omelets, spuds, Toast, Juice, Coffee.
Soup & Sand 11 am to 2 pm Dining - Steak 5-8:30 pm Dance To Boomerang 8 - Midnight
Cribbage 6:30 pm
Dance to Boomerang 8 to Midnight 3
Trustees 6 pm
Hors d'oeuvres 4:30 - ? pm
Cribbage 6:30 pm
NEW Trustees 6 pm MENU Aerie Meeting 4:30 To 7:00 pm 7:30 pm Bingo Hors d'oeuvres 7 pm 4:30 - ? pm
NEW NEW MENU MENU 4:30 To 7:00 pm 4:30 To 7:00 pm Bingo 7 pm
23 Trustees 6 pm Hors d'oeuvres 4:30 - ? pm Joint Officers Meeting 7 pm
4 Dining 5-9 pm Meatloaf Or Fresh Salmon Dance to West Coast Drifters 8 to Midnight 11
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Auxiliary Meeting 7:30 pm
Soup & Sand 11 am to 2 pm Dining Shrimp Louie 5-8:30 pm Dance To Funaddicts 8 - Midnight
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State Convention Mark For Inside Guard
Dining 5-9 pm Fresh Salmon
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12 Soup & Sand 11 am to 2 pm Dining Taco Salad 5-8:30 pm Dance To DJ 8 - Midnight
Dining 5-9 pm Pork Chops Or Fresh Salmon
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Dining 5-9 pm Baked Chicken Or Fresh Salmon
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Auxiliary Meeting 7:30 pm Initiation
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NEW Trustees 6 pm MENU Aerie Meeting 4:30 To 7:00 pm 7:30 pm Poker 2 pm - ? Hors d'oeuvres Bingo 7 pm 4:30 - ? pm
Breakfast 8-11 Hotcakes, Eggs, Bacon, Sausage, Ham, Juice, Coffee.
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Soup & Sand 11 am to 2 pm Dining Prime Rib 5-8:30 pm Karaoke 8 - Midnight
Flag Day Monday June 14
Huge turnout for our first ever BBQ Sunday, May 16 turned out to be a L-O-N-G day for most of the volunteers and the cooks for our First Annual Babyback BBQ Rib Cook-Off and Dinner. There were 16 teams competing, with most arriving before 6 a.m. to get their ribs going. The winners were declared at 5:15 p.m. with Scott Cleese’s Team 14 from the Federal Way area taking the $400 and first place trophy home. Second place and $200 went to team “Tweedle Dee & Dumb” — Paul Thomas and Dale Willis. Third place and $100 went to Bob Hobert BBQ. The People’s Choice Award went to Team 12, Culley’s Kitchen, with Carl Sandel as head cook. All his people were reeling in votes with their tables full of hors d’oeuvres. Carl also played a big part at getting most of the gifts for our raffle. Thanks Carl! I would like to thank all the volunteers for helping make this day a huge success. I believe everyone had a good time. I also believe the barbecue will be much bigger next year!
From your Madam President
Pigs will fly & so will I We have started another new Auxiliary year and pigs will be flying. I am your new Auxiliary Madam President for 2010-2011. I am very excited to begin this new adventure and look forward to meeting lots of new people. New Aerie President Norm Kalles and I are excited about working together as a team and having lots of fun!! Our meetings are on the second and fourth Thursdays of the month at 7:30 p.m. We would love to see new faces at the meetings. The State Eagles Convention in Yakima will be June 17-19. We have three members from our club running for state offices: Mark Crouchet for State Inside Guard, Ellen Blakely for State Treasurer, and Shelia Wilson for State Conductor. Good Luck to all of them. We hope to see our sisters over there to support Ellen and Shelia. I would like to thank all of the officers for supporting me. I could not do this without all of them and their help. — Madam President, Penny Fiedler “We are all here on earth to help others; what on earth the others are here for, I don’t know!”
We have another event coming up in July. Mark your calendars! Our annual Club Picnic (Pat Revard, where are you?) will be held on the weekend of July 24 and 25 at the Swiss Park in Bonney Lake again. The club will be closed both Saturday and Sunday that weekend, so plan on camping out if you can. We will have more information in next month’s newsletter. — Bill Bostwick, Trustee
Jonas’ ride to freedom! Back when the Eagles started, new members had to ride a goat at initiation. We keep telling our members they have to “ride the goat,” so Worthy President Jonas White donated one to the Aerie for their 72nd Anniversary.
There’s plenty to offer this summer Wow, we are already in the sixth month of 2010! My, how time flies. Starting on Monday, June 7, we will have a new menu to offer. We will still have chicken, but we have added more items. Don’t forget to mark your calendars for the Aerie Picnic on July 24. That’s a Saturday this year. The club will be closed the 24 and 25. Anybody wishing to volunteer should contact Loni at (253) 845-5021. She will put you with the chairman. Mark your calendars for August 8, the Car Show! How about that new dining room carpet and the linoleum? The room looks totally different. — Loni, Club Manager
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111 play May 2nd With a $2,775 pot, 111 players gave it their all to win one of the paying spots on Sunday, May 2. The winners were: Don Janeway, Thom Coppin, Vicki Fry, Justin Stenvick, Steve Tillotson, Sam Bosma, Dennis Cowen, Aaron Jones and Ted Staab. Our 97-year-old player, Don Royce, is home from a serious cancer surgery. He still has a ways to go, but is doing good. Hurry back to us soon. Our next game is on Sunday, June 13. Bring a friend and also an up-to-date Eagles card. — C.U., Bob Reynolds, Chairman
Retired Eagles Activities Club
Give REAC a try You will like us!! Once more we’re inviting members in good standing of either the Aerie or Auxiliary to join the Retired Eagles Activities Club (REAC). Our membership is dwindling and it would be a shame for such a good organization to close. We meet on the first and Thursday of the month. The first is a business meeting at noon with a potluck luncheon and games following. The second meeting, a birthday social, features cake, coffee and good friends at 12:30 p.m. If you are interested, come to one of our meetings as a guest and check us out. See you here! — Joyce Louderback, Reporter
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