Wednesday, April 19, 2006

 

Pike County Republican Women's Dinner

Annual Dinner Scheduled for April 30th in Lackawaxen


The Pike County Council of Republican Women their annual dinner on Sunday, April 30, 2006, at Woodlock Pines in Lackawaxen. The cocktail hour will begin at 6:00 p.m., and dinner will be served at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $28.00 per person. For more information, please contact Yolanda Goldsack, Chairwoman, at (570) 686-4177.

The Republican candidates for the 20th Senatorial District are expected to attend.

*W Mark Felt will not be in attendance due to a prior engagement.

Pictured above is the Roebling Aqueduct, erected by John Roebling, the engineer who built the Brooklyn Bridge, in 1848 for the D&H Canal Company. Used as an vehicle bridge today, it once carried barges from the Lackawaxen River to the Delaware. We drove the VW Microbus across this a few weeks ago, but then we realized that cut rate car insurance Buzz the Intern got for the Microbus wasn't valid in NY State.

Comments:
Thanks for the plug of Lackawaxen
 
What's with the obsession with Mark Felt? After the first 12 times his name was invoked, I'm not seeing the humor anymore.
 
For 30 years W. Mark Felt lived in relative obscurity. The least I can do is give him some publicity now. If you don't find it humorous, you can skip that part of the post. You probably didn't think the Chevy Chase "Francisco Franco is still dead" was funny, either.
 
Keep it up, Norton. I think it's very funny. Perhaps Mr. or Ms. Anonymous doesn't understand the concept of a running joke. Must be a Baker supporter.
 
I knew Mark Felt, I served in the FBI with Mark Felt, Mark Fekt was a friend of mine, and Norton, you are no Mark Felt.
 
You know what they say, you've seen one W. Mark Felt, you've seen 'em all.
 
Marke Felt is still not dead.
 
Franco's dead?!?!
 
I'm not dead yet.

I think I'll go for a walk.

I feel happy, I feel happy.
 
Very funny W. Mark
 
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