“I Love Lucy”, an American sitcom starring Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz, Vivian Vance and William Frawley made it’s debut on October 15, 1951.
If you hadn't heard we made the cover of the GC daily News again thanks to the tireless efforts of Ronnie and the EDC.
Barktoberfest is this Saturday at Paul Shelley pavilion and Jarbo Park. Bring your furry faimly member out for some of the festivities.
Clear Lake Shores 3nd Annual BBQ Cook Off
November 8th, Paul Shelley Pavilion
Open to all Citizens of Clear Lake Shores and Lazy Bend
Entries: $10 per entry, no limit per team
· Ribs, Pork, Baby Back or St. Louis Cut
(boneless country style pork “ribs” are NOT allowed)
· Chicken, No restrictions
· Pork, other than ribs listed above
(boneless country style pork “ribs” ARE acceptable)
· Beans, No restrictions
· Dessert, No restrictions
· Chef’s Choice, No restrictions
Turn in starts at 4:30 pm. BBQ plates will be available for sale starting at 5:00 pm. However, the teams will be out there working hard all day so even if you are not cooking please plan to come out early, support the teams, and make a day of it.
Registration Deadline for cooking is November 1st!
Please contact Candace email@example.com for more information and registration instructions.
This from neighbor Earl..
Is there any way to spread the word about a great friend of min that is playing at Aspen's Friday night?
Here is his info.
Thanks for any help.
Missouri based musician Rick Lamb will be performing at Aspen's Bar this Friday October 17 from 8PM - Midnight.
Rick performs an eclectic mix of original songs, classic rock tunes, and tropical covers. Highlights of his live show include covers of classic songs such as "Hotel California" being performed on ukulele with a reggae twist.
Rick has performed across the country and has shared stages with some of the Islands favorite musicians, including Ben Reyna and Jerry Diaz. You can visit him online at www.phin-addicts.com.
Rick will be joined by Rob Davis on Lead Guitar. He will also be performing at T-Bone Tom's on Thursday night as part of the Pirates & Poets Songwriter show.
Got questions? Email Jon Burns at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Pirates & Poets
This is on the front page of todays Chronicle "The fraternity of men who've held the title of President of the United States is full of legendary speakers including Obama, Kennedy and Lincoln." Your question for the day is what in the hell qualifies Mr. Obama as a "legendary" orator? Hell even i can read tele-promter...
As late as the 1800s, some American women received thimbles as symbols of their engagements.