A Singles Club for Sports and Social Activities SCRIBE Après Ski Club www.apres.org/scribe JUNE 2008 FIRST SUMMER BBQ WELCOMED BY APRÈS WHERE’S TGIF? MEMBERS and GUESTS Beginning at 5:00 pm each Friday Apres By Connie Burdette members and their guests meet at a local establishment Outgoing president, Bill Bartz hosted the ﬁrst combination to unwind and socialize. All are Barbecue/Inaugural Dinner celebration. Judging by the welcome to attend. Locations for size of the crowd, it was evidently June TFIFs are as follows: quite successful. Traditionally there is a separate Inaugural Dinner to thank the outgoing Board of Directors and June 6, 2008 welcome and introduce the new Board CANTANKEROUS FISH of Directors. It was Bill’s choice to make this a more 420 Castro Street casual and affordable event for all. Barry Caffee Mountain View generously agreed to be the BBQ chef and did a (650) 966-8124 wonderful and delicious job, as always. Everyone had a choice of rib eye steaks or chicken, salad, June 13, 2008 beans, garlic bread and cookies for dessert. After the ELEPHANT BAR meal, Bill acknowledged each member of his board. 19780 Stevens Creek Boulevard He awarded each board member with a clock, which he handcrafted. Cupertino Bill made 20 clocks for this occasion! In addition, Marie Barberi, Barry (408) 865-0701 Caffee, Liz Frank and June Thomas, all members who made signiﬁcant contributions to the club during the year were also awarded these beautiful June 20, 2008 clocks. In turn, the outgoing Board gave Bill a generous gift certiﬁcate EFFIE’S to Cabela’s, a sporting goods outﬁt which should cover all Bill’s outdoor 331 Hacienda Avenue passions of hunting, ﬁshing, camping, etc. Thank you Bill for all you have Campbell done these past two terms of ofﬁce and Happy Birthday! (408) 374-3400 The June barbecue is scheduled for June 11 June 27, 2008 at Memorial Park in Cupertino. Cocktail LOS GATOS LODGE hour is 5:00 pm and dinner at 6:30 pm with 50 Los Gatos/Saratoga Road announcements following. Tickets can be Los Gatos purchased online at the Après website (www. (408) 354-3300 apres.org) or via snail mail at Après Ski Club, P. O. Box 4794, San Jose, CA 95150-4794. Checks must be received by June 9. Ticket prices are $12 before June 9 (members only) and $15 (guests and at-the-door). You must indicate your choice of steak, chicken or pasta. See you there! POSITION NAME E-MAIL PHONE President.................................. Bernadette Fife.............. bernadette.ﬁfe@mountainview.gov 408-265-4669 Vice President.......................... OPEN Secretary.................................. Julia Nicholls................. email@example.com.................... 408-776-9800 Treasurer.................................. Cheryl Lawson.............. firstname.lastname@example.org..... 408-371-5342 Racing..................................... Paul Vlasveld................ email@example.com.................. 408-247-6472 Asst. Racing............................ John Schultheis............ firstname.lastname@example.org.......... 408-978-1420 Web Master............................. Ed Martin...................... EdAtSunnyvale@yahoo.com.......... 408-245-3024 Asst. Web Master.................... OPEN Membership............................ Sharon Antonelli............ email@example.com.......... 408-247-3790 Asst. Membership................... Linda Eaton................... firstname.lastname@example.org........................ 408-371-5342 Marketing/PR......................... Robin Leineke............... email@example.com......... 510-435-3838 Scribe Newsletter.................... Connie Burdette............ firstname.lastname@example.org................. 408-270-8953 Sports Director........................ Janice Melena................ email@example.com.......... 408 623-4681 Asst. Sports Director............... Jim Sanchez................... firstname.lastname@example.org.............. 408 448-2997 Special Events Director.......... Kathy Wyss.................... email@example.com...................... 408 504-7254 Asst. Special Events............... OPEN Activities Director.................. Georgiana Rudge........... firstname.lastname@example.org................. 408-997-1451 BAC Representative.............. Linda Indreboe.............. email@example.com................... 408-248-8426 Lodge Operations Director.... David Whetzell.............. firstname.lastname@example.org................ 408-379-3489 Property Director.................... Rich Fisher..................... richard.ﬁsher@excite.com.............. 925-945-8036 NON-VOTING POSITIONS Travel Director........................ Cheryl Lawson email@example.com..... 408-371-5342 Asst. Travel Director............... OPEN APRÈS SKI CLUB SCRIBE (Founded in 1970) Après Ski Club, Inc., Owner Scribe Published Monthly by The UPS Store - Evergreen Mailing Address: Need a single Scribe sent? Après Ski Club P.O. Box 4794 Didn’t receive your Scribe? APRÈS BOARD OF San Jose, CA 95150-4794 Send a Scribe to a friend? DIRECTORS MEETING Entered as First Class matter at the San Jose P.O. 1981 CONTACT: Published by and for the membership of Marie Barberi Wednesday Après Ski Club 408-996-8284 Connie Burdette, Editor June 4, 2008 firstname.lastname@example.org 6:30-9:00 pm Scribe Deadline Location TBD 10th of current month for ads and articles to appear in the next month’s issue. E-mail your ads, articles and photos to Connie Burdette Members: please have your at email@example.com Articles must be proofed and in Microsoft WORD concerns, suggestions and action document.format items to the Secretary at least one week prior to each Board meeting so Ad Rates: that we may properly include them Members: $10 per 3 x 2-1/2 inch ad per month on the Board meeting agenda in a Non-members & Business ads: $15 per 3 x 2-1/2 inch ad per month timely fashion. All Après members STANDARD BUSINESS CARDS (3-1/2 x 2”) $12.00 per month are welcome to attend. Non-members STANDARD BUSINESS CARDS $17 per month For more information e-mail: Connie Burdette at firstname.lastname@example.org 2 Scribe June 2008 New & Late Renewal Fee Increases NEW MEMBERS The Apres Board of Directors approved a $5 new membership and late renewal fee increase, to go into effect on March 1, 2008. Several years ago, the Board reduced the new member fee from $75 to $55. We now Susanmarie Dinga, Los Gatos feel a need to increase these fees slightly because of a smaller number of members and also because some members were renewing several or more months after their membership renewal date. The Board is looking for ways to keep our club vital. The club has ﬁxed monthly expenses for the lodge maintenance, insurance, and other operating costs. We need more activities, more member participation, and (alas) slightly higher membership fees. We also hope the membership understands the need for a slight membership fee increase. Sharon Antonelli Membership Director ARTICLES NEEDED Your Scribe editor needs your help and contributions. Event follow-up articles and articles of personal interest such as bios and travel accounts from you the directors and members of Après are needed. Far West requires these types of articles as part of the judging criteria for newsletters. It also makes your newsletter more interesting and informative. These articles are also good advertising for future events. It is not always necessary for event leaders to write these articles. Any participant of an event can Sharon Antonelli volunteer to do this. The articles do not need to be lengthy either. A Membership Director paragraph or two is sufﬁcient along with a couple of photos. Also, one need not worry about writing ability as articles are edited before going into print. Personal trip accounts are also welcome. Please consider all of this the next time you are attending an event or trip. Connie Burdette MEMBERSHIP Scribe Editor INFORMATION CHANGE OF ADDRESS? NEW PHONE NUMBER? Après Ski Club Standard Cancellation NEW EMAIL? MEMBERSHIP Policy REMINDER HAVE SCRIBE MAILED TO • If an event has a waiting list, the YOU EACH MONTH? event’s full price will be refunded. You may also solicit your own re- ASK SHARON by EMAIL: placement if a waiting list does not You may join Après or renew your exist. membership at www.apres.org • If the Club cancels an event, a full and pay your subscription using email@example.com refund will be made. PayPal. Click Join/renew/update • Cancellations up to one week be- on the opening page. You can also or send information to: fore the activity = full refund. check your membership status • Cancellations three days here. Receiving the Scribe is not Après Ski Club before the activity, 8 p.m. = a guarantee of membership, we P. O. Box 4794 50% refund sometimes send Scribes to expired San Jose, CA 95150-4794 • Cancellations after three days be- members in the hope it will remind fore the activity, 8 p.m. = no re- them to renew. Attn: Membership fund. • No refund for no shows. Remember, if you have a free Après Ski Club, Inc. accepts no claims membership period for BOD service Membership Application of damages for Club-cancelled events. of you are a lifetime member you page 22 of this issue Event speciﬁc cancellation policies must still ﬁll out the application and shall have precedence over this policy. sign the waiver every year. June 2008 Scribe 3 P R E S I D E N T ‛S By Bernadette Fife C O R N E R 4 Scribe June 2008 APRÈS WISHES THESE APRES@YAHOOGROUPS.COM MEMBERS If you do not receive frequent e-mails from the Club as addressed above you are missing out A VERY on lots of information about Club events and other important Club information. We realize HAPPY BIRTHDAY that most of us get too much e-mail these days but this is one of our primary methods of communicating with our Members. We strongly recommend that you opt-in. The self-sign up at the above address is not too user friendly but is not difﬁcult. If that does not work for you contact Connie Burdette at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and e- mail address. IF YOU CHANGE YOUR E-MAIL ADDRESS PLEASE SEND ONE E-MAIL ADDRESSED to the Membership Director and Scribe Editor: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org Courtesy of Rich Fisher When you use the email address “apres@yahoogroups, “ that alone is Bill Bartz sufﬁcient to get your message to each and every member of “yahoo Kevin Blakeman groups.” Kendrick Chan It is redundant and results in duplicate emails to individuals if you Anne Chartier additionally use the “To” or “CC” ﬁeld to address individuals as well, Carol Copperstein Tamara Eichelberger when doing a group email. I know it may be thought of as a good way to recognize individual Carol Lynne Ford Après Members, but really, is it necessary to generate two copies of Warren Forest your email to an individual? If it isn’t, then when addressing the group, Judy Harger try to refrain from using additional individual addresses. Judith Liegmann This goes for replying to a group email as well. If you want your reply Richard Ludt to only go to the sender, then delete the Yahoo groups address from Janice Melena your reply email and vice versa. That is if you want your reply to go to the group, refrain from addressing individuals on your reply. Miki Michlich Ursula Nevins Julia Nicholls Courtesy of Jim Huffman Barbara Ross Lane Scott Sharon Slone Lester Tally Paul Vlasveld June 2008 Scribe 5 APRÈS RACING Après competes in Open League, which includes about 20 clubs in the Bay Area Council of Ski Clubs (BAC). Après is a powerhouse when it comes to racing, winning the Open League 7 years in a row. A typical year has 40 - 60 racers with skiers from beginner to advanced having an opportunity to participate. Racing is divided into 10 skill levels, plus age and gender groups. This gives everyone a chance to be competitive, earn points for the club and even win their Paul Vlasveld class! And as you’ll read below, there’s no way you can lose. You are invited to become part of this Après success story, join us and share the advantages, some of which are listed below: 1. Meet new skiers and racers in Après. 2. Enjoy the camaraderie of race weekends at the lodge. 3. Earn lodge coupons by racing (each allows a free night’s stay). 4. Meet racers from different clubs. 5. Improve your skiing skills by racing and partaking in race clinics. 6. Ski the different Tahoe areas where races are held. Interested? Contact: Paul Vlasvld, Race Director - email@example.com APRÈS TENNIS This informal tennis activity is a fun way to meet other members of the Après tennis group. It is intended to pro- vide “social” tennis opportunities for varied abilities and levels of play. Play is continuous, so anyone can drop in for tennis on any of the days listed below. These are public courts and we sign up for each court per the rules posted on the sign-up board. Even when postings may allow longer times, when others show a desire to play, we give up a court after one hour of use. On Tuesdays a group meets from about 2:30 p.m. at Memorial Park located at Stevens Creek and Stelling in Cupertino. After tennis, many go to Longhorn Restaurant, located at Fremont Avenue and Sunnyvale-Saratoga Road, for food, refreshment and socializing. Our Tuesday group meets from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. at Wallenberg Park off Curtner between Cottle and Cherry. Chuck Cropley, upon request has volunteerd his services to assist tennis players to improve their game. This service is mainly for beginners and anyone else who needs to sharpen their skills. After tennis the group heads to Round Table Pizza on Lincoln Ave. (near the Garden Theater) to socialize. On Saturday and Sunday mornings, and on holidays, the group swings their racquets at Del Mar High School from 8:30 am to 11:00 am. Drop-in any time! The courts are located at Stokes Street and Del Mar Avenue. After ten- nis the group gets together for refreshments at the Round Table Pizza on Bascom Avenue. If you are a guest, a new Après member, or just new to the tennis group, don’t be shy-come over and introduce yourself when you hang your racquet on the fence. Not a “pro”??? Don’t worry--neither are we!!! Don’t let that deter you from coming out. Again, we have members who play at all different levels. 6 Scribe June 2008 WINE TASTING Doubleheader Sunday, June 1 WINE TASTING TOUR ON OUR OWN BUS --- Leave the driving behind --- Saturday, June 7 WINE TASTING WALKING TOUR IN LOS GATOS Vintner’s Festival 2007 Santa Cruz Mountain Vineyards Sunday, June 1, 2008 10:30 AM - 5:45 p.m. Bus Leaves Promptly at 10:45 a.m. - Return about 5:45 p.m. Saturday, June 7, 2008 - Meet in Los Gatos at 11:00 a.m. MAIN EVENT Sunday June 1, 2008 - Traveling by our bus though the Santa Cruz Mountains (west side) with its great views, we will taste at about 6-7 wineries. There will be sufﬁcient free complimentary appetizers at each winery. BONUS EVENT Saturday June 7, 2008 – we will meet in Los Gatos and walk to 4 locations in Los Gatos – see about 15 wineries at these 4 locations. Option, after the walk of about 1.5 hours, we will drive to Nonno’s for more wine tasting and free food. You can do both events or either one. You will need to buy the 2007 Vintner’s Festival wine glass, which acts as your admission. Cost is $30 in advance or $35 “at the door” through the Vintner’s Festival. Special group pricing through Après/Stanford Singles for early registrants is $25 for members. This “glass ticket” is good for all 4 days (two weekends) of the Vintner’s Festival. (Last year those who said they were not drinking, e.g. designated drivers, did not have to buy a ticket.) • Lunch - Do not bring wine - it’s not cool. Free appetizers were sufﬁcient food for most people last year, but you can bring food. • More about the 2008 Vintner’s Festival and advanced ticket purchase Website: http://www.scmwa.com/calendar.htm - Site will contain more info by mid April Call 831 479-9463 – purchase using credit cards maybe they will add PayPal. • Price – purchase by check or PayPal on Après site: http://www.apres.org • By check (payable to Dick Ahrons) to Dick Ahrons, 983 Garrity Way, Santa Clara, CA 95054-4129 Please enclose your email address. Bus only $25.50 for members* before May 22 Bus and Ticket(glass) $50.50 for members* before May 22 Bus only $29 for non-members before May 22 Bus and Ticket(glass) $55 for non-members before May 22 Bus only $29 for members* on or after May 22 Bus only $33 for non-members on or after May 22 • Reserve early - payment required After bus ﬁlls, we will start a waiting list, which also requires refundable payment to be on the list. Cancellation policy: Full refund before May 16, 2008 if you cancel. Due to legal and administrative reasons - no separate cars following the bus will be allowed. • Directions: Sunday, June 1 – Meet at 10:30 AM in east side parking lot on Bear Creek Rd at Route 17 (First overpass after Los Gatos – 2-3 miles after Los Gatos heading towards Santa Cruz) Saturday, June 7, 2008 – Meet at 11:00 AM in Los Gatos – location TBD • More info: Contact Dick Ahrons: E-mail: ahrons@alum.MIT.edu --- or tel. 408 970-8892 June 2008 Scribe 7 THE WIZARD OF OZ MT. TAM MOUNTAIN THEATRE Carpool with free shuttle up and down or hike approximately 6 miles down with us SUNDAY, JUNE 1, 2008 1:00 pm Senior (65+) $22/24/26 Adult $33/35/37 20 tickets available at $22 each 20 tickets available at $33 Admission at the door = $26 & $37 BRING YOUR LUNCH, DRINKS (WINE OK) & SOMETHING TO SIT ON THEN JOIN THE FUN Dress in layers -- it may be hot and sunny or cold and windy, but it is a fabulous place. Don’t forget hat, sunscreen, sunglasses and a cushion or something to sit on. Contact: Georgiana Rudge Activities Chair firstname.lastname@example.org MOVIES, MOVIES, MOVIES Georgiana’s endeavors to create a group of moviegoers are becoming very popular. Another movie date in June is planned but because the theaters do not give advance notice of upcoming shows, a speciﬁc date and time cannot be made at this time. Watch for an announcement from Georgiana via Yahoogroups.com or check the Après website at Contact: www.apres.org. Georgiana Rudge Activities Chair email@example.com 408-997-1451 8 Scribe June 2008 By Reed Martin and Austin Tichenor Additional material by Matthew Croke and Michael Faulkner These bad boys of abridgement have been on PBS, NPR and breaking box ofﬁce records across the country. Get ready for your biggest belly laughs as America’s most raucous, outrageous and inventive performers make their ﬁrst appearance in the South Bay. A little Dickens. A short Longfellow. Reduced Proust…All the Great Books. Less is more. The literary canon ex- plodes as London’s longest-running comedy troupe unleashes their outrageously sharp comedic compendium of the world’s greatest books. Confused by Confucious? Thoroughly thrown by Thoreau? Wish Swift was swifter? Tennyson tinier? Then buckle up and hop aboard as the three cultural guerrillas zip through everything you didn’t get around to reading in school. ALL THE GREAT BOOKS TUESDAY, JULY 8, 2008 San Jose Rep Theatre Box Ofﬁce 408-367-7255 Contact: Pre-show Happy Hour & Dinn at the Bella Mia Georgiana Rudge 58 South 1st Street, San Jose Activities Chair firstname.lastname@example.org Happy Hour 5:15 - Dinner 6:00 “UNORGANIZED” WEEKEND AT THE APRÈS LODGE JUNE 13-15 Georgiana Rudge and Ursula Nevins invite you to the Apres lodge for a weekend of hiking around the Tahoe area. Hikes will be led on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Bring your own sleeping bag, towel, clothes, bathroom stuff, swimsuit if the hot tub is ﬁxed, and any food you will need. There is a Safeway about a mile away (lovely walk along the beach) to shop for meals, anything you forgot, and restaurants near by if you want to go out for supper. For hiking you will need hiking boots, water bottles, sunscreen, hat, and day pack to carry your lunch and water and jacket that you will want to take off as we hike. I hope you can join us up there for any part of the weekend that you can. Contact: We look forward to seeing you there! Georgiana Rudge Activities Chair Georgiana and Ursula email@example.com 408-997-1451 June 2008 Scribe 9 t . o s e e . n t HIKING AND CAMPING SAFETY s Hiking and camping provide exercise and interest for people of any age. Just getting out and walking around is . a wonderful way to see nature. Since unexpected things happen, however, the best way to help guarantee a good time for all is to plan ahead carefully and follow commonsense safety precautions. r - * If you have any medical conditions, discuss your plans with your health care provider and get approval before departing. * Review the equipment, supplies and skills that you’ll need. Consider what emergencies could arise and how you would deal with those situations. What if you got lost, or were unexpectedly confronted by an animal? What if someone became ill or injured? What kind of weather might you encounter? Add to your hiking checklist the d supplies you would need to deal with these situations. s t * Make sure you have the skills you need for your camping or hiking adventure. You may need to know how h to read a compass, erect a temporary shelter or give ﬁrst aid. Practice your skills in advance. , s * If your trip will be strenuous, get into good physical condition before setting out. If you plan to climb or travel s to high altitudes, make plans for proper acclimatization to the altitude. r * It’s safest to hike or camp with at least one companion. If you’ll be entering a remote area, your group should have a minimum of four people; this way, if one is hurt, another can stay with the victim while two go for help. If you’ll be going into an area that is unfamiliar to you, take along someone who knows the area or at least speak with those who do before you set out. * Some areas require you to have reservations or certain permits. If an area is closed, do not go there. Find out in advance about any regulations--there may be rules about campﬁres or guidelines about wildlife. s o * Pack emergency signaling devices, and know ahead of time the location of the nearest telephone or ranger station in case an emergency does occur on your trip. * Leave a copy of your itinerary with a responsible person. Include such details as the make, year, and license plate of your car, the equipment you’re bringing, the weather you’ve anticipated and when you plan to return. Get trained in American Red Cross ﬁrst aid before starting out. Contact your local American Red Cross chapter for a Community First Aid and Safety course. Always allow for bad weather and for the possibility that you may be forced to spend a night outdoors unexpectedly. It’s a good idea to assemble a separate “survival pack” for each hiker to have at all times. In a small waterproof container, place a pocket knife, compass, whistle, space blanket, nylon ﬁlament, water puriﬁcation tablets, matches and candle. With these items, the chances of being able to survive in the wild are greatly improved. Published courtesy of The American Red Cross. For a list of “What to Bring: A Hiking Checklist see: www.redcross.org/services/hss/tips/hiking.html 10 Scribe June 2008 June 19-22, 2008: Yosemite! NOTE: You check must be received by no later than May 14. After that, Yosemite will reclaim any slots and it is unlikely that you will be able to get a space. When and Where. The SF Ski Club has booked 20 tent cabins in Camp Curry (see http://www.yosemitefun.com/curry_village.htm for pictures) on the Yosemite Valley floor for the nights of Thursday June 19, Friday June 20 and Saturday June 21, 2008. Most of us will be leaving early on Thursday to beat the traffic. We have to check out on Sunday, but many people like to spend some of that last day in Yosemite (or at least have brunch at the Ahwanee Hotel there) before heading back. Who Can Come. Anyone who is a member of a Singles League club – and yes, you can bring guests! (Subject to approval by the trip leader.) Why You Should Go. It’s not easy to get lodging in Yosemite. If you love Yosemite or want to see it for the first time, this is your chance! This is an extremely popular trip. (For some great photos of Yosemite, see www.yosemite.org/vryos/pages/scenicarch.htm.) There is hiking for all levels, bicycling (rent a bike there or bring your own), lazy river rafting, swimming (the pool or the river), a group barbecue on Saturday night, optional dinners at the restaurants in the valley and much, much more. (Yes, the photo is from an earlier Yosemite trip.) Accommodations and Prices. Each tent cabin sleeps two, in separate beds, or three, though two of them will have to share a double bed. For two people per tent cabin (the usual), the price is $175 per person for the three nights. (Yes, the cabin rates have gone up.) For three people per tent cabin, the cost is $140 per person. These prices include drinks and chips the first night, morning coffee and non-food supplies for the barbeque are included. (The price does not include the $20 park entrance fee or food, but you can bring your own and there are food stores in Yosemite.) Yes, you must sign up for all three nights. Food. There really aren’t any cooking facilities in the tent cabins. Still, Camp Curry has a cafeteria that’s open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, plus a coffee bar that sells muffins and coffee in the morning and an outdoor pizzeria. There’s also a store at Camp Curry that sells food (perhaps twice the size of a convenience store and with more appropriate selections). People often buy sandwiches and trail mix there to take with them for lunch. There is also a full-size food store in Yosemite Village and some lunch places. Finally, there are a number of restaurants available for dinner at various prices, and of course there will be the barbecue on Saturday night. It really does work. How to Sign Up. Complete the Reservation Form (go to http://www.sfskiclub.org/Forms_Flyers_Activities_List/Yosemite%202008%20RESERVATION%20FOR M.pdf) and send it with a check for the correct amount made out to the S.F. Ski Club. Mail it to: Bruce E. Methven, Methven & Associates, 2232 Sixth Street, Berkeley, CA94710. Your reservation is not confirmed until your check is cashed and it clears. Preparation. If you plan on hiking, you should consider walking for at least one-half hour each day each day for the three weeks prior to the trip. You may want to throw some items in a day pack for a bit of weight when you do this, since you'll be carrying water, food and perhaps a sweatshirt when you hike. More Information. Those who sign up will receive an email with many details about the trip. Questions. Contact Bruce E. Methven at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions. June 2008 Scribe 11 12 Scribe June 2008 JULY 4TH CELEBRATION Cloria Vandermate has invited everyone to attend her annual 4th of July Pool Party celebration at her home in Saratoga. This is a very casual event beginning at 3:00. Just show up with a dish to share, a towel, swimsuit, a couple of bucks and your drink of choice. 20122 Chateau Drive Saratoga, CA Rancho San Antonio Hike (Note time change) The Wednesday morning hike at Rancho San Antonio has been a tradition for Après members and friends for many years. Beginning May 7th we begin the 4-5 mile Wildcat loop at 8:30 a.m. sharp meeting at the lower parking lot by the restrooms. Hike lasts approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes. An optional run before the hike begins at 7:30 a.m. at the same location as the hike. Afterwards, meet for coffee at Panera at 20807 Stevens Creek Blvd. in Cupertino. June 2008 Scribe 13 GREEK ISLAND TOUR October 1 - October 17, 2008 $3390 per person* 3 and 4 Star Hotels 12 Dinners Breakfast Daily 3 Lunches USA to Athens (Oct 1) Athens to Rhodes - Take Ferry from Pireas to Rhodes. Dinner, sleep and have breakfast on board. Rhodes accomodations on the seaside part of town. Stay in Rhodes Four Days. Enjoy tours, see Palace of Knights, wine tasting, visit Ancient Kamiros, take small ferry to visit Lindos, enjoy“Meze” snacks, traditional Arhangellos dinner, music, and dancing. Crete - Fly to Crete, stay four days. Dinner at Loukoulos, see Minoan Palace, wine tasting at Peza, visit Thrap- sanos pottery, dance at Arolithos village, see valley of Lassithi Plateau with windmills, walk or donkey ride to Kyra. Dinner at Agios Nicolaos. See Emetian Chanea and evening optional Creten cooking lesson. Santorini - High speed boat between islands with two days at Santorini. Tour ancient Acrotiri excavations and afternoon at Oia to see their famous sunset. Take donkey ride to old port and boat trip to volcano. Back to port, then on cable car or 487 steps. Visit Museum at Fira, donkeyride to boat, view caldera. Mykanos - High speed boat to Island. Three days that will include walking tour to meet Peter the Pelican and see windmills, private Caique boat to Delos, a multicultural center of the ancient world; one of the greatest ancient sights. BBQ on the beach. Tour to the old lighthouse. Athens - Fly to Athens. Two days in Athens. Time to see Acropolis, National Archeological Museum, tour Plaka. Farewell party with typical Greek dinner with Folklores show and music. Depart for USA (Oct 17) * Does not include exchange rate changes, air and departure taxes. Approximtely $293. Delta airfare in conjunction with this trip is based on 2007 actual airfare. As soon the 2008 airfare is available, we will let you know if there are any changes. October 17 - 24 Option Extension to Turkey $1050 per person* Athens to Samos - Flight to Samos, short ferry ride to Kusadasi, Turkey. Izmire/Ephesus - Tour Ephesus (Greco-Roman City), Basilica of St. John, and house of Virgin Mary. Tour Izmir. Kanakkale - Enjoy a Pergonum’s Hellenistic City Tour and visit the Acropolis. Visit Asklepion (earliest Asia Minor Health Center), Troy, ferry across Dardnelles to Istanbul. Istanbul - Tour Blue Mosque, Grand Bazaar, St. Sophia, Suleymaniye Mosque, and other sights. Cruise Bosporous strait with stops at Rumelihisar Fortress, Saryer ﬁshing village, and Beylerbeyi Palace. Depart for USA (October 24) *Does not include exchange rate changes, air and departure taxes. Approximtely $100 $200 deposit per Greek participant, $200 deposit per Turkey participant. Limited space - only 64 participants. Cancellation without penalty April 1, 2008. Limited single supplements. Priority placement based on ﬁrst received post-marked mail envelopes. Make checks out to Far West Ski Association with “Greece” in the check “for” space. Include the following: (1) your legal name and address, (2) phone number, and (3) email address. (4) designate Greece only, or Greece and Turkey. (5) designate SFO or LAX departure airport. No ﬂight deviations for this trip. Mail to: FWSA, c/o Norm Azevedo, 901 Sousa Dr., Walnut Creek, CA 94597. Email to email@example.com to conﬁrm that you sent a check and /or request more information. Norm and Mary Azevedo can also be reached on (925) 944-9816. CST# 2036983-40 For more detailed itinerary, visit FWSA.Org, (travel section) 14 Scribe June 2008 FAR WEST SKI ASSOCIATION 2009 SKI WEEK BIG SKY January 24 - 31, 2009 Average Price $965 *Price does NOT include air or ground transportation. Prices vary depending on lodging selection. Price includes 7 nights lodging (double occupancy) and the FWSA amenity package. (FWSA amenities packages will NOT be sold separately) The FWSA amenity package includes: Registration Welcome Party Pub Crawl 3 Races Mountain Picnic Après Ski Party Farewell Awards Banquet 5 day Lift Ticket Bay Area Snow Sports Council (BAC) is accepting $200 per participant deposits. Deposits are fully refundable until July 1, 2008. Make checks payable to BAC with FWSA Big Sky noted in the “for” space. Please include the following with your check: (1) your legal name and address, (2) phone numbers, and (3) e- mail address. Send to: BAC Travel, 1908 Columbard Way, Modesto, CA 95351. For information contact Linda Hennings at 209-538-3590 (evenings), or email: firstname.lastname@example.org Must be a Member of Far West Ski Association CST # 2036983-40 June 2008 Scribe 15 ARANA GULCH HIKE By Jim Huffman Don’t you just hate when somebody goes to the beach, without you? Well, there were nine of us who were not thinking that. Georgiana Rudge led us on a hike to the beach with a stop at Aldo’s for lunch. Wow, Thanks Georgiana. You’re the best! We started out at the Park `N Ride located in Los Gatos. We all situated ourselves in three different cars; exchanging phone numbers in case anybody got lost and we were on our way to Agnes Street in Santa Cruz. Everybody arrived in ﬁne shape with little or no trafﬁc to contend with, going up and over the summit. The hike itself through Arana Gulch was very mild with a well-deﬁned trail and little if any ups or downs. It took us maybe forty-ﬁve minutes to get to Aldo’s, only because we stopped to smell several ﬂowers along the way. After a delicious lunch at Aldo’s with cocktails, salmon, crab and oysters we tipped the waiter and headed off to the beach with a quick stop at the lighthouse. The lighthouse offered a breezy view of all the sailboats and cormorants plying the Santa Cruz Harbor. The highlight was a platoon of pelicans ﬂying right across us. It looked like a couple of them winked as they surfed the air over the top of us. To the beach! We took off our shoes and played and sunned and played and threw frisbees and then headed back, eventually. The weather was great, the beach was even greater, all in all, a very worthwhile walk on the wild side. Photos courtesy of Jim Huffman 16 Scribe June 2008 The Beach Walk. By Georgiana Rudge We divided up into carpools in Los Gatos and headed over the hill to Santa Cruz. We walked across Arana Gulch Park, admiring all the wild ﬂowers we saw, until we got to the harbor. There we enjoyed the view of all the boats and water. We saw quite a few interesting birds, (cormorants, pelicans, a grebe, a willet, various ducks, and a reddish bird the no one knew the name for) and got to Aldo’s at about 11:30. Everyone opted for lunch before the lighthouse. The food was great, the view was great, and so was the weather. After lunch we went to check out the lighthouse at the end of the breakwater protecting the harbor and then headed for the beach. A large ﬂock of pelicans ﬂew directly overhead. Most of us walked to the other end, through the natural bridge, and saw the San Lorenzo River meandering across the beach. Coming back, some of us waded around the point (it was low tide) and others went back through the bridge. We returned to Aldo’s (they did not have any exciting desserts) where we caught a water taxi that took us all the way to the other end of the harbor. While we were waiting we watched a catamaran tipped over trying to right itself. It succeeded since we saw it later sailing into the harbor as we were riding in the water taxi.. There was a beautiful night heron sitting on a boat as we disembarked and he allowed us to photograph him. Then we walked back along another trail through Arana Park to our car and drove back home. Lunch at Aldo’s Night Heron The Water Ferry Arrives UPDATE ON THE EAST BAY LIVE THEATRE PRESENTATION IN PLEASANT HILL ON MAY 15TH! Was “Sylvia” really a dog? A cast of four humans, surprisingly, was able to portray two men, three women and a dog, to reveal the impact that an animal can have on the life of humans. In this play, a young woman, with a hat with ears, effectively demonstrated the limited thoughts and feelings of a dog, contrary to her human master, who talked to Sylvia as if she was another woman. This is what brought trouble to the couple’s long-term marriage. We enjoyed dinner at Le Cheval in Walnut Creek and also had time for a short walk on the balmy evening before the theatre presentation. We are in the process of planning more events in the East Bay area. Please contact me if you have any suggestions! Nancy Bartolomei email@example.com June 2008 Scribe 17 Far West Member Beneﬁts - Ski Shops & Service BLACK TIE SKIS - 15% Discount Linda Indreboe,Après’BAC (Bay Area Council) Representative, Identify yourself as a FWSA member and receive 15% off ski rentals. has FWSA (Far West Ski (20% off groups of 20). Go to: www.BlackTieSkis.com, and enter “ski Association) / BAC membership club” in coupon area. cards available for all current Après members. There are tons DAVE’S SKIS & BOARDS, Lake Tahoe - Dave’s VIP Discount of discounts available with these Present your FWSA membership card to receive 15% off rentals, or 10% cards, too many to list here. As an off any retail item or shop repair. www.tahoedaves.com Après member you automatically become a BAC, FWSA and NSCF (National Ski Council Federation) LEVEL NINE SPORTS - Receive 40-80% off Retail/Top Quality Brand member. To get your membership Name. Gear for any FWSA member, family member or friend, Enter the card come to a general meeting; code: SC001 to receive free shipping of your entire order from Level Nine or send Linda a SASE - if you do Sports. Check out the website at: www.levelninesports.com not have her address, send Linda (firstname.lastname@example.org) an e-mail MOUNTAIN CHALET - 20% Discount requesting it. Identify yourself as an FWSA member to receive 20% off your next purchase of Mountain Chalet merchandise. 800.815.9236, or email: Here are a few discounts for which www.mchalet.com you are eligible. You may also visit www.skibac.org and www. skifederation.org then click on NATIONAL SKI COUNCIL FEDERATION - See Ski Federation beneﬁts): website for many special deals. Click on www.skifederation.org for discounts on Bolle helmets and other products, plus much more. �10% off - any purchase – THE SPORTS BASEMENT (3 THE POWDER HOUSE, Lake Tahoe (2 locations) - 15%-20% Discount locations, including Sunnyvale), Present your FWSA membership card to receive 15% discount of gloves, CA (800) 869-6670 www. goggles, clothing, or 20% discount on ski rentals. SportsBasement.com �15% off - COPELAND REPLAY SPORTS, Aspen CO - 10% Discount SPORTS, CA, NV, OR, UT Present your FWSA membership card to receive 10% off purchase. www.CopelandSports.com Visit Brad at 465 N. Mill Street (across the street from the Aspen post ofﬁce). �30% off - lift tickets (see FWSA website for further details, blackout RENTSKIS.COM - 10-25% Discount dates) - THE CANYONS, PARK Book on-line: www.rentskis.com/fwsamember to receive 10-25% off CITY, UT www.thecanyons.com rental package �Up to 43% off - discounted price is $79 weekday/$119 weekend (some SHOP TEK GOLDEN, Colorado - 10% discount blackout dates) - HAMPTON INN Identify yourself as an FWSAmember to receive a 10% discount on Retail & SUITES TAHOE-TRUCKEE, Products. Call Giff at 800.407.2800. 11951 State Hwy 267, Truckee, CA (530) 587-1197 www.hamptoninn. SKI ESSENTIALS - 15% Discount com Identify yourself as an FWSA member, provide your ski club name as a password and receive a 15% discount for any item purchased online at �Up to 20% off – HERTZ CAR www.skiessentials.com RENTALS U.S. & Canada/up to 25% off Europe (see NSCF website for further details) www.hertz.com SPORTS BASEMENT - 10% With identiﬁed FWSA membership, receive 10% off any purchase Best Western Truckee offers FWSA members up to a 20 % THE SPORTS EXCHANGE, Truckee - 50% discount on lodging at their re- Present your FWSA membership card for 50% off any ski or sort property snowboard rental 18 Scribe June 2008 MARK WELLMAN CELEBRITY GOLF CHALLENGE September 11-12, 2008 Thursday-An Evening at Coyote Moon Friday-Tournament at Tahoe Donner Golf Course Truckee, California Why: To beneﬁt the programs of Disabled Sports USA, part of a national non-proﬁt organization dedicated to providing affordable, inclusive physical and recreational activities that build health and conﬁdence. Event Overview: The 2008 annual tournament is a two-day event, beginning Thursday evening Sept. 11, 5:30-8:00PM at Coyote Moon on the terrace. Open to the public, this pre-tournament ‘Meet the Celebrities Reception’ includes live music, hors d’oeurves, Charbay ‘martini bar,’ silent auction, educational forum, and book signing by local authors. Here each golf team will be matched with a celebrity. Special honored guests present will be soldiers wounded in the Iraq War. Friday, Sept. 12th includes the Celebrity Golf Challenge Tournament at Tahoe Donner Golf Course. Sign-up begins at 8:00AM with a shotgun start at 10:00AM. An awards party and banquet will follow at 3:30PM at The Lodge on the golf course. Charity Information: Disabled Sports www.dsusafw.org Doug Pringle 916-722-6447 Sponsor Opportunities: Presenting sponsor, Associate Sponsor, Hole Sponsor, Hole-in-One Sponsor. Other Sponsor packages can be customized to accommodate Sponsors’ needs. Media: Ken Bastida anchorman for KPIX-TV will be guest commentator for the event. In addition, our media sponsor KPIX-TV, San Francisco will broadcast a live feed from the tournament. Additional PSA’s by KXTV- 10 ABC in Sacramento. Media print coverage by Tahoe Quarterly, Sierra Sun and North Lake Tahoe Resort Association. Event Producer: Mark Wellman, of No Limits in Truckee, CA, is a disabled adventure athlete, author, ﬁlmmaker and motivational speaker. Utilizing his innovative climbing methods and sports gear adaptation, Mr. Wellman has successfully summited El Capitan and Half Dome in Yosemite National Park. He is dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals with disabilities, including our injured American war veterans, inspiring them to reach their full potential through outdoor sports and recreation. Contact: Mark Wellman or Carole Praxmarer at No Limits Phone: 530-582-1135 Fax: 530-582-1199 Email: email@example.com Set amidst the natural beauty of forest and streams. Tahoe Donner Golf Course offers 18-holes of cham- pionship golf that will challenge the best intentions of all abilities. This course is cradled amongst tow- ering pines, meandering creeks, and is recognized for having the “Best Greens in the Tahoe region.” June 2008 Scribe 19 LODGE UPDATE LODGE SOLD - ESCROW TO CLOSE IN 30 DAYS! Just kidding but since I have your attention please read on. Ski season is pretty much over and summer is on the way. Lot’s of fun stuff is going to be happening in the Reno - Tahoe area this summer and your lodge is a great place to stay to enjoy it all. June 13-15 is going to be an unorganized long weekend - Georgiana Rudge and friends will be leading local day hikes on each of those days - wildﬂowers should be pretty good. July 4th will be an organized lodge weekend with old fashioned BBQ and ﬁreworks show. June 20-28 is the Reno Rodeo. June 28 is the Eldorado BBQ Brews & Blues Festival. July 10 - Aug 17 is the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival. August 2 -10 is Hot August Nights. August 16-17 is the Reno-Tahoe Blues Festival. August 27 - Sept 1 is the Best in the West Nugget Rib Cook-Off. Sept 5-7 the Great Reno Balloon Race. Also there will probably be a few summer lodge events (Labor Day for sure). Keep an eye on the club website for more details or feel free to contact me for more information. Have a great summer and make your lodge a part of it! Dave Whetzell Lodge Director “UNORGANIZED WEEKEND” For most of you spring ﬂowers have already bloomed but up here in Tahoe the snow is just starting to melt away. The ﬂowers have not even budded yet. Also, if you come up you may get a chance to see the elusive snow ﬂower. It is very pretty. For those who would like to do a BBQ, I could help on Saturday night, say Tri Tip? Also I have the horseshoe pit up and running for those would like to have an afternoon activity. They are quite fun to just hang out in the back yard with a cocktail, beer or glass of wine in hand. Finally, for those late- nighters, if there is anything going on around town I will know about it and share with you. I did this hike last year with Georgiana and it was just amazing and the photos were even better. I would like to second this event. Nick Saadi Lodge Manager NEW MOTOR AND PUMP FOR THE HOT TUB ON THE WAY A motor and a pump for the hot tub have been ordered under warranty and a valve and new spa cover are also on order. We expect the spa to be up and running by Memorial Day. Thanks for your patience during this “outage”. Please remember to shower to remove cosmetics, sunscreen and grime before using the tub. See the Scribe, YahooGroups and other communications regarding summer activities at the lodge. Hiking/relaxing “unorganized” weekends are being planned for June and July. July 4th and Labor Day weekends are being planned. We are looking for someone to help us organize some cycling events and a Luau/Hot August Nights event around August 2nd or 9th weekends. Rich Fisher Property Director 20 Scribe June 2008 Lodge Information and Procedures 9. No TV’s or radios allowed in bunk rooms. Club, and/or sign and date your coupons and 10. The shed has full ski waxing facilities. mail them to the Lodge Ops Director no earlier 11. Sleeping on couches in the living room is than 30 days in advance of your stay. If reserving not allowed. just one bed in a deluxe room, the other bed may Guests at the Lodge be assigned to another person. Upon arrival, All guests must be accompanied by an Après sign the waiver sheet in the binder on the dryer. member. The Après member must write the check Rates for BUNKS on non-organized for their stay because checks are not accepted weekends and weekdays: from guests. Guests may use Paypal if in effect Procedures for Organized Weekends for the event. Guests can be single or married. Children A price differential shall be charged non- Rates Members Guests 4-18 members. A member may sponsor up to ﬁve (5) The Scribe and web list the planned weekends, dates, prices and lodge captains. The listed $5 less guests at the Lodge without prior approval by All Year $20/night $25/night than M/G the Lodge Operations Director. A member can captain will take paid-in-full reservations no sooner than 30 days in advance. Make your reserve a deluxe-room bed and an additional bed check payable to Après Ski Club (cash is not Prices are PER PERSON, PER NIGHT. Rates for one (1) guest in the same deluxe room up to accepted) and mail it to the lodge captain. You are for beds only. Food is not included on an thirty (30) days in advance. Additional beds in may use Paypal if the captain permits this. If unorganized day. Make check payable to Après deluxe rooms can be reserved for guests of the you are using coupons, be sure to sign and date Ski Club. See cancellation policy. same member only seven (7) days in advance. them. Reservations are accepted on a ﬁrst come, DELUXE ROOM RATE - Bunk rate plus $5.00 Children are allowed on non-organized ﬁrst served basis, according to the postmark on per person, per night. A deluxe room is a room weekends and weekdays only. Children your envelope. Indicate to the lodge captain with two single beds and a lock on the door. are allowed on organized events only when your room preference and chore. However, your Rooms #3, #4, #7 and #8 are deluxe rooms. They speciﬁcally advertised that they are welcome. choices are only valid once the captain conﬁrms may be reserved Friday and Saturday nights. Children under 4 years of age are not allowed your reservation and selections. Checks will Check-out procedure for non-organized at the lodge at any time for their own safety. also be accepted in person at general meetings, weekends and weekdays: Note: children, age 4-21 on the ski race team if the captain is in attendance at the meeting. 1. Clean up your bedroom and will be allowed to stay at the lodge during the Before leaving for Tahoe, check with the lodge empty your wastebasket. scheduled race weekend. Lodge coupons captain for the door code. Upon arrival at the 2. Check to see that you have can be used for you and your guests, including lodge, sign the waiver sheet and check the not left any of your personal other members, but cannot be given away to chore sheet to verify your chore. Everyone will belongings. other club members. If used for other members, be assigned a chore. Typical chores include 3. Clean the bathroom that you and the other member must be staying at cooking cleaning, carrying out garbage, and you have used and empty the the lodge at the same time. replenishing ﬁrewood. You will be expected to wastebasket. Lost or left articles may be reported by perform your assigned chore in a responsible and calling and leaving a message for timely manner. In the event your plans prevent the Lodge Resident on the lodge you from performing your chore, you must answering machine at (530) 546- notify the Lodge Captain as soon as possible 2105. The lodge resident will place so that an alternate chore can be assigned. the lost articles in the lost and found Those who repeatedly shirk their assigned box in the attic. He is not expected chores may lose their lodge privileges, at the to return calls. Arrangements can be discretion of the Lodge Operations Director. made with the Lodge Ops Director Lodge rates on organized weekends - the or assistant for pick-up. price is to be determined by the lodge captain. Check with them or refer to the Scribe or web. Included in the price of most organized weekends is a Friday night snack, breakfast, lunch and dinner on Saturday and breakfast and lunch on Sunday. Race team priority - During ski season, the race team has ﬁrst priority at the lodge on the scheduled race weekends until 8:00pm the preceding Sunday. Guests - The guest rules pertaining to deluxe 4. Check the refrigerator for your personal rooms apply, see Guests at the Lodge. In food and drinks. addition, members may reserve a bunk room for 5. Empty the kitchen trash and resupply the one guest up to thirty (30) days prior to the event wood pile. start date if a deluxe room is not available and 6. Sweep and mop the kitchen and dining beds in any room for up to 5 guests one week room ﬂoor if it needs to be done. prior to the event start date. 7. Turn down the heat to 62 degrees and turn off all the lights. Procedures for Non-Organized 8. Close all the windows and make sure the Weekends and Weekdays doors are locked when you leave. Call the Lodge Ops Director or assistant for General Rules the door combo before leaving for Tahoe. 1. You must sign the waiver sheet in the Bunks - Bunks are ﬁrst come, ﬁrst served. binder on the dryer 2. The maximum number of guests at the LODGE: 8473 Rainbow Street, Upon arrival at the lodge, ﬁnd an open bunk, Kings Beach, CA 96143 write your name on white board behind lodge is 30 the front door, sign the waiver sheet in 3. Bring your own sleeping bag, pillow, towel and soap LODGE RESIDENT: Nick Saadi the binder on the dryer, and leave a check 530/546-3213 firstname.lastname@example.org and/or coupons in the folder in the binder. 4. Do not wear your ski boots in the lodge Deluxe Rooms - Deluxe rooms may be 5. Absolutely NO PETS at the lodge, midweek reserved Friday and Saturday nights but are ﬁrst included. DELUXE ROOMS: David Whetzell come, ﬁrst served week days. For availability 6. SMOKING IS NOT ALLOWED IN THE 231 Watson Drive, #3, Campbell, CA 95008 check the reservation table and contact the lodge LODGE and is permitted outside only. 408-379-3489 email@example.com operations director. Remember your reservation 7. Food in the dining rooms only (except for is accepted by “check in hand” and not a phone hors d’ oeuvres). LODGE DOOR CODE: Dave Whetzell call. Make your check payable to Après Ski 8. A shed is provided for bicycle storage. firstname.lastname@example.org June 2008 Scribe 21 APRES SKI CLUB A Nonproﬁt Organization P. O. Box 4794, San Jose, CA 95150-4794 APPLICATION AND INFORMATION CHANGE Last name: First name: Gender: M F Street: City: State: Zip: Phone: Email: First joined: Birthday: Occupation: How did you hear about us: New member: 12 month $60 Renewal $55 (More than 30 days late: $60) 6 month (ﬁrst time) introductory $35 Information only change, no cost Check box for newsletter mailing (newsletter always available on-line) Please make check payable to “Apres Ski Club” Send with stamped self addressed envelope WAIVER AND RELEASE OF ALL CLAIMS LIABILITY RELEASE, CLAIM WAIVER AND INDEMNIFICATION In consideration of my being allowed to participate in Après Ski Club events and activities, I hereby agree as follows: 1. Liability - I hereby assume all risks involved in my participation in Après Ski Club events and activities, and release and hold harmless from liability Après Ski Club and its members. I waive any and all claims I may hereafter have against them as a result of injury to my person (including death), or to my property, as a result of or in connection with my participation. I also agree to indemnify the above persons and organization for any and all claims, actions, losses, and damages (including attorney fees), which may be brought against me or against any of them by anyone claiming to have been injured (including death) as a result of any injury to or caused by me, or injury to my or the claimant’s property, or due to my death, which may occur as a result of my participation of or in connection with my participation. 2. Scope of Release - I am signing this Liability Release, Claim Waiver and Indemniﬁcation with full knowledge of California Civil Code Section 1542 which reads: ‘A general release does not extend to claims which the creditor does not know or suspect to exist in his favor at the time of executing the release, which, if known by him must have materially affected his settlement with the debtor.’ The provisions of this statute and any similar provisions of the state in which these events and activities are to be held are hereby waived. By signing below, I am indicating my acceptance of this release, waiver and indemniﬁcation. I am representing that I am in sufﬁciently good physical condition so as to be able to participate without jeopardizing my health, and that I am of legal age to sign this release, waiver and indemniﬁcation. I acknowledge that I have read, understand and agree to the above. I am also attesting to the fact that I am single as deﬁned by Après Club Policy and over 21 years of age. , Signature: Date___________ Membership not valid without waiver signed. 22 Scribe June 2008 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Tennis BOD Wizard of Oz FWSA FWSA FWSA Memorial MEETING Mt.Tam Theatre Park 6:30-9:00 Convention Convention Convention 2:30-4:00pm Rancho Hike WINE TOUR WINE TOUR Tennis 8:30-11:00 am TGIF Wallenberg Contankerous Park Tennis Tennis Fish 5-7 pm Del Mar HS Del Mar HS Mt. View 8:30-11:00am 8:30-11am 5:00 pm 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Tennis BBQ FWSA Memorial MEMORIAL Unorganized Unorganized Convention Park PARK Weekend at the Weekend at the JUNE 2008 Calendar 2:30-4:00pm CUPERTINO Lodge Lodge 5:00 pm Tennis Tennis Del Mar HS Wallenberg Rancho Hike TGIF Tennis 8:30-11am Park 8:30-11:00 am Elephant Bar Del Mar HS 5-7 pm Cupertino 8:30-11:00am 5:00 pm 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Tennis Rancho Hike Unorganized Memorial 8:30-11:00 am TGIF Tennis Weekend at the Park Efﬁe’s Del Mar HS Lodge 2:30-4:00pm Campbell 8:30-11:00am 5:00 pm Tennis Tennis Wallenberg Del Mar HS Park 8:30-11am 5-7 pm 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 TGIF Tennis Rancho Hike Tennis Tennis Memorial 8:30-11:00 am Los Gatos Del Mar HS Lodge Del Mar HS Park 8:30-11am 2:30-4:00pm Los Gatos 8:30-11:00am 5:00 pm Tennis Wallenberg Park 5-7 pm 29 30 1 2 3 4 5 Tennis Tennis Memorial Rancho Hike Tennis Park 8:30-11:00 am TGIF Del Mar HS Del Mar HS 2:30-4:00pm TBA 8:30-11:00am 8:30-11am 5:00 pm Tennis Wallenberg Park 5-7 pm June 2008 Scribe 23 A Singles Club for Sports and Social Activities APRÈS Ski Club BARBEQUE IN THE PARK MEMORIAL PARK, CUPERTINO (across from DeAnza College) www.apres.org Wednesday, June 11, 2008 Cocktails and hor d’oeurves 5:00 pm P.O. Box 4794 Dinner 6:30 p.m. June 2008 Scribe A nonproﬁt corporation San Jose, CA 95150-4794 Announcements 7:30 p.m. Membership expiration shown with name Après Ski Club, Inc.
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