Wagon Master Letter
July 30, 2008
Wow! Where does time go? Last week was MS-Tram week. Chairman Dave Hemmer whipped his crew into shape and we all had a grand time. The Qwest team did a Good Job and now July is almost gone. The first thing we know it will be August…!!!
And it is time to think about our Fall Campout
Gary & Marie Babcock have been to Wadena to make arrangements for our Fall Camp.
They have arranged a tour for Friday and are planning a Pancake & Sausage Breakfast on Sunday.
They are not planning a Chinese Auction but will
have a drawing for one or two donated prizes.
We will be going out to eat Friday evening and a Pot Luck Supper on Saturday.
It’s time to call the City of
Wadena and book your camp site or the Motel to
book your room. Remember
Guests are welcome to attend. Non-Pioneers are also welcome to join our club.
Fall Campout August 15, 16, & 17th
Gary & Marie Babcock are hosting
Our 2008 Fall Camp out will be held at
SunnyBrook City Camp Ground, Wadena, MN
Reservations may be made by calling Shannon Grangruth - City of Wadena - 218-631-7707 Ext. 204- email@example.com
You should call and book your own spots within the 20 blocked off for your club.
You will also have to send a deposit of $20.00 which is the group rate, to hold their spot.
The checks need to be made out to the City of Wadena,
Mail your checks to: City of Wadena PO Box 30, Wadena MN 56482, attention Shannon
The Burch Shelter is booked for our group for all day Saturday August 16th and Sunday August 17th until noon.
There are 3 rooms reserved at "Terry Motel", Aug. 14-15-16. You may secure yours by calling the Motel 218-631-1956
and Confirming one of the rooms reserved for "Telephone Pioneers" with your credit card
Kernel Pops - AKA Wagon Master Roger Hanson will be bringing his Popcorn machine for everyone's enjoyment.
Send and email to firstname.lastname@example.org when you make your reservation so that we know who will be attending
Our nominating committee will present a slate of officers for the upcoming year.
The Wagonmaster job should not be a problem because we have volunteers to host all of the next years campouts.
We at the Hanson house look forward to seeing you
all at the Sunnybrook Campground