Progressing Through The Evening

About twenty Gluttons took part in the progressive dinner last night in North County.  A fun time was had by all.   Larry Green was the big winner in the poker run.

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A big round of thanks to Larry and Mick, Luis and Anita, Pat and Mary and Kurt and Mary for hosting. 

 

Green Eggs and Wham!

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Alk, AKA Dr. Juice, was just one of many revelers who partook of green beer,  corned beef and cabbage and the fixins to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at the club on Saturday.  Thanks to Kevin and Jodi, Mike & Terri Green and the Andy Norton and his sister-wives for the food prep and decorations.  As they say, a good time was had by all.

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St. Pat’s Party on Saturday, March 16

LeprechaunGrab your little leprechaun and head on over to the Glutton Club this Saturday, March 16, for a bit of green St. Patrick’s Day celebratin’.

Festivities get underway around 2 or 3 pm or after the parade if you’re goin’.  Corned beef and cabbage and potatoes will be the fare.  You’re asked to bring a snack or side dish to share and $5 per person ifin’ yer plannin’ to partake in some corned beef and cabbage & fixins. 

See you on Saturday!

 

Shady Characters

Glutton Old Boys seeking shade on Wednesday afternoon at the Club as the temperature reached 105°.  They were the second herd to gather in the shallow end of the pool after the Michaelean Herd left.

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A good crowd attended including Big Fred, Danny Mac, Little Fred, Coach, Jewish, Jonco, The Original Heak, Crazy Phil, Opie, McNick, Bunky, Shifty, Corky, Ray Albers, Greg Sonderman, Bill swanson, a late Poody and a very late Pfeff.  Several new members were there too.  A good time was had by all.

Picture via Opie

Party at the Park Friday Night

Horse racingOnce again the Gluttons will go to Party at the Park at Fairmount Park this Friday night, June 22. 

Live music, a great appetizer buffet and $1 Bud drinks for $13 admission.  Doors open at 6 pm with horse racing beginning at 7:30.  Get there early so we can get good seats.  If you plan to attend, contact Joe Rieker or Jonco.

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Map to Fairmount Park

 

St. Pat’s Party at the Club

Kurt napGrab your little leprechaun and head on over to the Glutton Club on Saturday, St. Patrick’s Day for a bit of green celebratin’.

Festivities get underway around 2 or 3 pm or after the parade if you’re goin’.  Corned beef and cabbage and potatoes will be the fare.  You’re asked to bring a snack or side dish to share and $5 per person. 

They’re goin’ to have a few drinks from the Progressive Dinners leftover funds, but if you’ve got a little Irish in ya (and who doesn’t on St. Patty’s Day) or if yer’ a Glutton you might want to pack a cooler cause them leftovers won’t go far.

Rumor has it that some chick named Erin will go brahless too!

 

Progressive Dinner This Saturday, March 3

Progressive dinnerThe Gluttons will hold a Progressive Dinner this Saturday, March 3, 2012.  A progressive dinner is a dinner party in which each successive course is prepared and eaten at the residence of a different host.

We’re going to start out at Joe and Karen’s house (117 Lamplighter Way, 63368) in O’Fallon MO at 3 pm and then work our way back closer to town as the evening progresses.  There will be 4 stops along the way.  I’m sure a group will meet at the club around 2 pm and carpool out west.

There will be a $5 pp charge and you’re asked to BYOB.

For more info call (636–477–0724) or email Mike & Terri Green.

 

Chicken and Beer Dance Feb 25

Vfw danceMike & Terri Green have invited any and all Gluttons to the 10th Annual Southern Illinois Chicken and Beer Dance on Saturday, February 25, 2012.  The event will benefit Make-A-Wish and will take place at the VFW Hall in Collinsville IL starting at 6 pm.  Cost is $15 in advance or $20 at the door and includes fried chicken and beer. 

Contact Mike or Terri (636–477–0724)  if you’re interested.

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Super Bowl Blast

The Glutton Super Bowl Shrimp Feast lived up to it’s name on Sunday.  The game was great and we had lots of shrimp and many other foods.  A feast it truly was.  At least 50 people were there and enjoyed the day.           Click the photos to enlarge

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As they say, “A great time was had by all”.

 

 

Super Bowl Shrimp Feast

Super Bowl InsigniaIt’s that time again.  Time to get together and watch the Super Bowl commercials.  A game will take place between commercials.  Game kickoff is 5:30 pm, so the festivities will kick off at 3:30 pm.  There’ll be shrimp, chili, chips, fixins, soda and beer.

 Cost is $15 per adult – kids negotiable.  Bring a snack to share!