FWRC to host Christmas banquet Dec. 9

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Food line at the 2015 FWRC Christmas banquet

The Fort Wayne Radio Club will host it’s Christmas Banquet on Friday, 9 December at the Good Shepherd United Methodist Church (at the corner of Vance and Reed, across the street from Snider High School) starting promptly at 6:30 pm.  The club will be providing both baked and fried chicken, soft drinks, coffee, plates, cups and utensils.

As this is a carry-in affair attendees are asked to bring some other goodies in to supplement the chicken. It can be side dishes, salads, vegetables, desserts or whatever suits you’re fancy.  (You know, you can’t go wrong with meatballs and/or deviled eggs, you just can’t).

This year we will be entertained by a special guest. Her name is Ann Bigley and she is an accomplished music educator, teacher, pianist, choral director, vocalist, musician, actress, and, in her spare time the mother of club member Elizabeth Wolverton, KD9BCH.  Ann is all set to provide us with a program that will put us in the holiday mood.

We will also have a voluntary gift exchange again this year. Those interested in participating should bring a wrapped gift suitable for, and identified as for a man or woman, perhaps something an OM or XYL would appreciate. But it doesn’t necessarily need to be something related to our hobby.

The value of the gift should be limited to not more than $10.00 to keep things within reason.  (The only exception to this guideline is that if you intend to bring in ANY item of Collins gear, just be sure to mark it “For An OM, specifically WB9SSE”). It’ll make him happy, and you feel warm and fuzzy.

So please plan to join us for this evening of good food, good friends and good entertainment. Remember, Friday, 9 December starting at 6:30 pm at the Good Shepherd United Methodist Church, corner of Vance and Reed Rd.

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