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FYBO TOUR – Sat. April 27, 2019

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Hosted by John and Donna Garsteck

This is a leisurely TOP DOWN drive on curvy back roads and a stop for lunch.

Meet atThe parking lot of Medina Antique Mall, 2797 Medina Rd (Rt 18), Medina, Ohio 44256.  This location is east of I-71 on rt. 18.
From I-71 – go east on Rt. 18 then left on Windfall Rd and left behind Dunkin’ Donuts .
From I-77 – go west on Rt.18 and right on Windfall Rd. then left behind Dunkin Donuts.

Time:   Arrive by 9:00AM.   Drivers meeting at 9:15.   Leaving promptly at 9:30AM.
We will form 3 groups of approximately 12 cars each.   When you arrive, please join a group that is not full.

What to bring:
Those that need insurance release forms (those not residing at the same address as a current member), please print the release form (Release Form), fill it out and bring with you to save time when checking in.

Bring walkie-talkies and/or CBs.  Be prepared for cold weather with jackets, gloves, scarves, etc. as this is a top down (unless it is raining)  “FREEZE YOUR BUTT OFF TOUR “.

Please have a full gas tank and an empty bladder!!!, No pit stops are planned .

Looking forward to seeing everyone for fun day!

To sign up contact John and Donna Garsteck via email. or there will be a signup sheet at the meeting.

Book Club & dinner Friday, May 10th, 2019

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Hosts:  Charlie & Marlene Rodgers
6 PM

Join us for a lively discussion about the book Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe. The event will be held at Charlie and Marlene Rodgers home at 11812 Edgerton Rd,  North Royalton (click for directions).  A light dinner will be shared to set the mood of the story. Reserve a spot in this informal book discussion email  or call 440-539-0998.
Copies of the book, CD book or e-book may be obtained through the Cuyahoga County Public Library. The classic book was published in 1719.
Robinson Crusoe tells the story as if writing a journal of his adventures. Even though his parents disapprove, Crusoe takes a ship to London on September 1, 1651. Crusoe finds success and misfortune on the sea. He becomes a slave, establishes a plantation in Brazil, and then spends almost 30 years as a solitary inhabitant on a tropical island. Crusoe saves a native from cannibalistic savages, hence Friday becomes his faithful companion during the latter years. He finally escapes the island and returns to England where he raises a family and experiences further adventures.