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Judy and I finished up the "PA Proud" basket today. For those of you that like wine, we included bottles from Spring Gate, Nissley, and Wolf Pound. For the beer lovers, we have local beer from Troegs, Yuengling's Lager and Octoberfest, Yards, Appalachian, and Lancaster. For the chocolate lovers, Wilbur Buds in milk and semi-sweet chocolate, as well as a Macris gift box, and the ever-popular Hershey and Reeses. Since PA is the snack producer of the USA, we added selections from Martin's, Utz, Herrs, Snyders, Sturgis, Dutch Touch, and TastyKake. Apple Butter, Chow-Chow, and local Honey are also included, as are Penn State salt and pepper shakers. And for products manufactured in PA, there is a Case XX pocket knife, a Zippo lighter, Crayola crayons, and uncirculated US State Quarters from US Mint in Philadelphia!

We look forward to seeing you all next week!

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Judy and I finished up the "PA Proud" basket today. For those of you that like wine, we included bottles from Spring Gate, Nissley, and Wolf Pound. For the beer lovers, we have local beer from Troegs, Yuengling's Lager and Octoberfest, Yards, Appalachian, and Lancaster. For the chocolate lovers, Wilbur Buds in milk and semi-sweet chocolate, as well as a Macris gift box, and the ever-popular Hershey and Reeses. Since PA is the snack producer of the USA, we added selections from Martin's, Utz, Herrs, Snyders, Sturgis, Dutch Touch, and TastyKake. Apple Butter, Chow-Chow, and local Honey are also included, as are Penn State salt and pepper shakers. And for products manufactured in PA, there is a Case XX pocket knife, a Zippo lighter, and uncirculated US State Quarters from US Mint in Philadelphia!

We look forward to seeing you all next week!

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Nice job!!!!
 

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@Mr Met , Great job my Blues Brother! A little something for everyone! ;)
 
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Judy and I finished up the "PA Proud" basket today. For those of you that like wine, we included bottles from Spring Gate, Nissley, and Wolf Pound. For the beer lovers, we have local beer from Troegs, Yuengling's Lager and Octoberfest, Yards, Appalachian, and Lancaster. For the chocolate lovers, Wilbur Buds in milk and semi-sweet chocolate, as well as a Macris gift box, and the ever-popular Hershey and Reeses. Since PA is the snack producer of the USA, we added selections from Martin's, Utz, Herrs, Snyders, Sturgis, Dutch Touch, and TastyKake. Apple Butter, Chow-Chow, and local Honey are also included, as are Penn State salt and pepper shakers. And for products manufactured in PA, there is a Case XX pocket knife, a Zippo lighter, Crayola crayons, and uncirculated US State Quarters from US Mint in Philadelphia!

We look forward to seeing you all next week!

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Other than the salt and pepper shakers it looks great.

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Depending on the number of baskets. We are planing to live auction at the banquet. If we recieved loads of them then we would put some in the silent action. You cpd set the opening bid on your own basket. You could do that either way.
The basket I'm doing is an Ohio State theme. Scarlet n Grey all the way. I'm sure the cost that's been invested in it is more than what people will bid. But it's the fun of the bid. The money goes into the rally fund. I'm curious how much we can get the out of state buckeyes to spend to get it!
So fill yours for fun n see what happens!
After losing last week the value of the Ohio State basket may have dropped. Just saying 😁😁😁😁
 

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It looks like we are not going to be attending. Sorry about the basket. We had it made and in the R.

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It looks like we are not going to be attending. Sorry about the basket. We had it made and in the R.

dave
Hope your ok! Littlewing broke down on way here, so trust you're ok. Will miss ya. I'll mail your goodie bag after rallys over.
 

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We packed up the R yesterday. Julie had a doctor's appointment here at 9 AM today to visit her GP. He got called out and so could not meet. We got as far as Lincoln and met with her neurosurgeon at 2:30. He thought it best that she had surgery within the next ten days instead of in a month. Therefore we should stay out of possible exposure before that as much as possible. She has to go back to Lincoln tomorrow for more tests and to schedule a date. So we drove home and unpacked.

Found out he did his residency in Cincinnati and said he know some good cheap restaurants. Oh well.

All is well, but we are going to really miss the rally.

Dave
 

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We packed up the R yesterday. Julie had a doctor's appointment here at 9 AM today to visit her GP. He got called out and so could not meet. We got as far as Lincoln and met with her neurosurgeon at 2:30. He thought it best that she had surgery within the next ten days instead of in a month. Therefore we should stay out of possible exposure before that as much as possible. She has to go back to Lincoln tomorrow for more tests and to schedule a date. So we drove home and unpacked.

Found out he did his residency in Cincinnati and said he know some good cheap restaurants. Oh well.

All is well, but we are going to really miss the rally.

Dave
That's heartbreaking.
You will definitely be in our prayers.
 

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We packed up the R yesterday. Julie had a doctor's appointment here at 9 AM today to visit her GP. He got called out and so could not meet. We got as far as Lincoln and met with her neurosurgeon at 2:30. He thought it best that she had surgery within the next ten days instead of in a month. Therefore we should stay out of possible exposure before that as much as possible. She has to go back to Lincoln tomorrow for more tests and to schedule a date. So we drove home and unpacked.

Found out he did his residency in Cincinnati and said he know some good cheap restaurants. Oh well.

All is well, but we are going to really miss the rally.

Dave
Sorry to hear that Dave. Hope surgery goes well.
 

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It's been a busy day here in Cincinnati Dave, we were sure hoping for good news. None the less, it's good they can get her in soon for surgery. Sometimes it takes the months! Prayers Lifted Up!
 

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We packed up the R yesterday. Julie had a doctor's appointment here at 9 AM today to visit her GP. He got called out and so could not meet. We got as far as Lincoln and met with her neurosurgeon at 2:30. He thought it best that she had surgery within the next ten days instead of in a month. Therefore we should stay out of possible exposure before that as much as possible. She has to go back to Lincoln tomorrow for more tests and to schedule a date. So we drove home and unpacked.

Found out he did his residency in Cincinnati and said he know some good cheap restaurants. Oh well.

All is well, but we are going to really miss the rally.

Dave
Just prayed
 
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