It's old, it's new, it's OKHT for this year. So much fun, it's scary! (Remember that line). It's Sept. 1617.
FOOD? You bet its gonna be great. Chris Cakes is definitely on for breakfast this year. After his first no-show in ten years, (us, of course) a cook is coming in from nearby Columbus to do breakfast on Sunday.
SAG FOOD without a doubt Brenda Palmer has never done anything halfway and our SAGs are no exception. If you don't gain weight on this ride, see a doctor you're sick!
SATURDAY NIGHT SCHOOL STUFF A new format is planned this year with a quick trip to the auditorium for slides, then on to a livelier setting at party central. Interactive entertainment amidst door prize distribution will help us get to know folks that we only see once a year.
JERSEYS? All-new design this year, and it looks like there will be enough selections available to please everyone. Sublimated four-color down to silk screened cotton tees.
COST Still the most reasonable overnight tour on the planet and beyond. If only I could find those figures, we would print the entry fees now. Oh well, maybe next issue.
PARKING Next door to last years starting point with over 400 parking spaces!
VOLUNTEERS? We could use a few. On our wish list at press time:
This year's committee is headed up by Kevin Clay with Gail signing on to run the books. Their number is 254-9850.
Your out-of-town friends, who aren't close enough friends to stay at your house on Friday night, will have access to limited primitive camping in our backyard. It's the perfect weekend for it, our neighbors will think its part of Gaslight Festival, and we'll be sure to get everyone up early enough to sign in and ride out on Saturday morning.
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