Monthly Archives: June 2018

A First Look At Royal Palms’ Rooftop Shuffleboard Court in Chicago!!

The Celebration Is Over! The Adventure Begins

SENT ALONG BY DAVE KUDRO, FSA PRESIDENT.  

After You Read This Link, you will want to jump in your car, and head to Chicago!!  WHY you ask??  BUCKTOWN— The shuffleboard scene in Bucktown just got a whole lot sunnier, thanks to a much-anticipated new rooftop court and bar on Royal Palms’ “lido deck.” Get In Line!! Keep Winning!! AND YOU DO NOT PAY??  Click on this link and you will begin packing your bag!! https://blockclubchicago.org/2018/06/18/a-first-look-at-royal-palms-rooftop-shuffleboard-court/   

Posted by Stan McCormack. 2018 06 19

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LOIS, my Love of 62 Years, Left us; Left Me, on June 4th, 2018

The Celebration Is Over! The Adventure Begins

My Love; Lois.  The Celebration of Life for Lois McCormack (McConnell) will take place at Celebrations Hall, (Mackey Funeral Home) 35 Lindsay Street North, Lindsay ON. Celebration will begin at 11 a.m. and continue until 1 p.m. on June 22nd, 2018. Family, and any who wish, will then travel to the Groveside Cemetery, 5155 Baldwin St. South, Whitby, ON where Lois’ Ashes will be placed adjacent her son Jeffrey. Light lunch will be provided.

My Love of 62 Years left us on June 4th, 2018. Lois McCormack had severe and aggressive lung cancer. It took her life while she was in the hospital in Lindsay Ontario; she had declined further complicated treatment, choosing to let “nature take its course”. Nature did so after only two days in hospital, Stan holding her right hand, daughter Michelle, holding her left hand.
Lois, I believe, had a most fulfilling Life. The early part…

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World Shuffleboard Championships coming to High River in July

The Celebration Is Over! The Adventure Begins

See You In High River!!

Organizers of the World Shuffleboard Championships coming to High River in July are really having to wear their “planning” hats these days.

Ken Wardley, who’s in charge of the event, says getting the over 100 players, who are coming from around the world, off their planes and into High River is a major undertaking.
“We didn’t really anticipate it’d be as big as it is, but we have to pick these people up at the airport. The Calgary Airport Authority have been very generous by donating to us a hospitality room. So that people coming in on an international flight, they can get go into this hospitality room, secure their luggage, and then walk the airport until we have our buses there to pick the people up.”
Wardley says in the end it’ll be worth it, as they’ll introduce a whole bunch of new people…

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