2 upcoming trips:
SC49 - Lemoyne's annual All Souls Summer Camp - June 8-16; driver/teachers are needed. Please contact Tabor Fisher - FisherCT@lemoyne.edu - 315.409-9540 for more information.
SC50 - July - dates tba - final 'official' OSC trip. Events will include physical labor; ribbon-cutting and flag-raising at Danielle's house; celebration in NOLA, including as many of our NOLA family as we can accommodate.
To all Crawfish Clambake volunteers: YOU made it happen - thank you!!
Crawfish Clambake 6 was fantastic, a success from every point of view. We made at least $40,000; thousands of people had a great time listening to the music, eating great food, drinking beer, dancing, and just enjoying the day and the weather and the fellowship.
Cathy McKeever is having a bbq for Reisie, Danielle & PawPaw on Thursday night (May 2) from 5-8 pm at Green Lakes State Park in the Lake View picnic area. We would love to have a great turnout to welcome the family who has done so much for us over the years. If you can come and would please bring a dish to pass, Cathy will provide hamburgers, hotdogs, and dinosaur bbq. RSVP to Cathy - 315-380-2030 or email@example.com
OPERATION NORTHERN & SOUTHERN COMFORT
CRAWFISH FESTIVAL 6
We still need VOLUNTEERS! Please contact Tabor Fisher - 315.409.9540 - firstname.lastname@example.org
This could be a lotta fun - love, Norm
Crawfish Festival #6 - Clinton Sq, Syracuse, May 4, 2013. Music, crawfish, shrimp, gumbo, jambalaya - this year we're adding clams and salt potatoes! But, we need volunteers: cooks, servers, helpers, etc. If you'd like to help, please contact Tabor Fisher - 315-409-9540 or FisherCT@lemoyne.edu
CAN YOU DRYWALL?
The Hesed House, 167 Palmer Ave, just north of Bellevue Ave, Syracuse, is the residence of Peter and Ann, who have operated the non-profit Unity Kitchen for 40 years. The house suffered an arson fire last summer. Operation Northern Comfort has stepped up offering to install drywall on the ceilings and walls of 6 rooms.
As of Feb.23 the 6 walls are now covered with drywall. The next step is to "mud", tape and sand the joints. It is a messy but necessary task to prepare for painting.