The cost is $45 for the dinner and dance ($55 after 12/20) and $20 for the dance only. Most of that cost goes toward Spastic Paralysis.
Attendance was okay, until a max exodus at 10:30. Almost all Kiwanians. The Circle K'ers did come at the end of the night (midnight). We just left the food and took off.
Water: 2 flats of 24 ea bought / 1 used Pop: 1 12 pack ea of Coke, Diet, Sprite, Barq's / Diet most popular, but not much consumed -- go to 6 packs? Chips: 1 Dorito's, 1 Sun Chips / very little eaten Veggies: 1 bag of broccoli/cauliflower/carrots medley cut up (good!), 1 cucumber, 1 veggie dip / not finished, but decently eaten Meat: 2 sticks summer sausage / 1.25 eaten Cheese: 2 bars cheddar / 1.75 eaten Crackers: 1 box wheat thins, 1 box Triscuit / not much eaten, could go to 1 box Cookies: 2 boxes, 24 ea, choc chip and oatmeal raisin / picked at, but one box probably okay Candy: 2 large bags M&Ms, regular and peanut / Not much eaten, at least half a bag of ea left
Thoughts: Could cut down even further on food. Is the suite really worth it? What's the goal? Is it a justifiable Foundation expense?
Advocate Hospice distributes fleece blankets to their hospice patients for comfort and warmth.
We will be provided with material and instructions to make fleece blankets for hospice patients while watching a movie, having pizza or sandwiches, and will have popcorn. This will also be a social event, so feel free to bring a friend.
P.S. Please bring $5 for dinner and a pair of scissors with you!