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Nov. 17  -  Christmas Party

Christmas Party

Nov. 17, 2021


OK here are the details for our Christmas Party. The cost will be $48 per person. That includes the buffet, Ice tea, coffee and water, and all taxes and gratuity. Also we can have an appetizer tray of either veggies or cheese fresh fruit and crackers. The cost would be an additional $12 per person. So what I need is who will be attending and whether you want the appetizer tray or not. There will a cash bar for those that want some adult beverages. This will be at Rosies New Kent on Nov 17. you can start arriving around 5:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. 

So once again I need to know if your attending and whether you want the appetizer tray.

GOD Bless

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Salad

Crispy Garden Salad with Dressing – Fresh organic Spring Mix, julienne carrots, crispy cucumbers and assorted dressings


Rolls and Butter

Hot Sides

  • Rosemary Roasted New Baby Potatoes
  • Steamed Fresh Mixed Vegetables
  • Green Bean Casserole

Entre

  • Traditional Sliced Turkey
  • Juicy Sliced Roast Beef

Desserts

  • Freshly baked apple pie
  • Sliced Cheesecake

Iced Tea and Coffee

Water

Price per person - $36 +++

On behalf of the Colonial Corvette Club we appreciate your contacting us. We are pleased that our website was useful for your group project. We would like to recognize Adrian for his initiative and will proudly include his article along with a "contributed by a local student from "School". If possible we would like to arrange for some of the Corvettes to drive through the school parking lot or near the library. Please let us know if this could be arranged. Ms Taylor, we are sure your students are inspired by your enthusiasm and making learning fun.

Thank you again for contacting the Colonial Corvette Club. 

Thanks, Dan

Good Afternoon Mr. Horn, Mr. Lively and Mr. Williams

I'd just like to say a quick word of thanks! I'm a youth services librarian running a fun automobile history and beginner car modeling class for 7-13 year olds, and I thought you all might enjoy hearing that we were able to get some great use out of your club's corvette links lists. We were even able to use some of this information for our most recent group project. Thanks so much for sharing!

I hope you don't mind, but one of our youngest, Adrian has also asked me if I could pass along an article that he and his father found together with you all, which includes an awesome breakdown of corvette history and generations C1-C7. I've listed it below if you'd like to review! Initially, I was a little hesitant to reach out, but I think this could actually be a really fun addition for any other corvette enthusiasts coming across your information, like Adrian and his father! If you find you're able to include this one, would you please let me know? We meet Friday, and I would absolutely love to surprise Adrian if you are able - I think it would make his day to know he was able to 'pay it forward' (we're pretty big on this principle in our children's library group) and maybe even show his father his contribution if ends up being used  colonialcorvetteclub.com/links

Thanks again for all your help here,

LouAnne Taylor

Three of us traveled to the car show in Wendell, NC yesterday May 15. Dan Lively, Kenny Barger and myself went. It was a great drive there about 170 miles.. There were many cars of all kinds. Just for some interest the 50/50 drawing was $920. to the winner. Unfortunately, the three  of us did not win that. But on a brighter note we all got trophies, voted by the people. Kenny and I in the C7 class Dan in the C6 class. It was a great time  and we met  a lot of nice people. The weather also cooperated with temps in the 70's.


John

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