The Notables

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Class Updates October 22nd

Ellie went over the Dates to Remember as shown above and on the white board in the Keyboard World Classroom. She pointed out a new gig that is scheduled for Devlin Manor on November 14th at 2 p.m. and passed the Sign Up Book around the class. (see above). We were sorry that Bill Ewing didn’t make it to class today and hope he is not ill. Ellie hasn’t had a chance to call his home so far today but will do so tomorrow and send an email if there is any news to pass on to the group…

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Class Updates October 15th

Ellie went over the Dates to Remember as shown above and on the whiteboard in the Keyboard World Classroom. We were surprised that Bill Ewing was absent STILL. We guess that he and Ellie are still on vacation and hope to see them or him, as the case may be, next class. Ellie circulated the sign-up book around the room and asked the Notables to sign up for both of the upcoming dates for Allegany Nursing Home—the first one being on October 28th at 2:00 p.m. and the second one being on December 16 at 2:00 p.m. (see above). Please mark your calendars for these two dates…

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Class Updates October 8th

Ellie went over the Dates to Remember as shown above and on the whiteboard at the Keyboard World Classroom. Again, Ellie stressed the change which was announced at the Fall Quarterly of the dates for the Christmas Quarterly and the In-Class Party. They are CORRECT as listed above. Be sure your calendars are marked correctly. Thank you!

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Class Updates October 1st

Ellie went over the Dates to Remember as shown above and on the Keyboard World white board. The group decided to cancel the October 8th Executive Committee Meeting, all except for a few informal announcements and comments. We will meet, however, at Shooter’s as planned for lunch.

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Class Updates September 24th

Ellie went over the Dates to Remember as shown above and also in the program for the Fall Quarterly. As the session progressed, several people who were planning to attend today’s Quarterly arrived, so we had a very nice turnout for the Fall Quarterly which began at 1 p.m. on this day.

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Class Updates September 17th

Ellie went over the Dates to Remember as shown above and on the white board in the Keyboard World Classroom. We welcomed back Betty Twigg, who has been absent for several sessions now, and noted that the Ewings are on vacation this week. We discussed the dates which occur around the holidays and students agreed to what is published in the above list. The date for the Christmas Quarterly still needs to be confirmed by the church ladies at Midland UMC…

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Class Updates Septemer 10th

Ellie distributed the Fall issue of Musically Speaking to class members; other copies were mailed to those on our distribution list. Ellie went over the Dates to Remember as shown above and in the copy of the newsletter that people received this morning. She reminded folks of tomorrow’s gig at Golden Living Center and suggested that people use the Adventurer Lowrey Organ in class today to re-acquaint themselves with the organ we use for our gigs. Betty Twigg is back home after her grandson Chris’ back surgery which was done on Friday (September 5). Chris is also home but in pain and needing assistance in these first few days following the procedure. Betty is helping him while the kids are in school and Anna is at work. She’s tired, she says, but she’s doing alright. She may be back in class on the 17th of September and she definitely plans to attend the Fall Quarterly…

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Class Updates September 3rd

Ellie went over the Dates to Remember as shown above and on the whiteboard in the Keyboard World Classroom. The group discussed Bill and Ellie Ewing’s encounter with a bee’s nest; Ellie explained that Betty Twigg’s absence was due to her having to transport her grandson, Chris, to Ruby Memorial for pre-op tests and for the back surgery, which is this Friday (Sept. 5). John Lynch is still not well. He has no stamina and is going for medical tests. Sylvia explained that Elaine is going to have a hernia repair done on September 30th.

We saw flyers regarding two activities that may be of interest to you. They’re both listed with time and date in the Dates to Remember above. One is the Boy’s Choir at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church. The other is an Accordionist Concert at the Cumberland Theater on Johnson Street on September 9th at 7 p.m. Check out listing in Dates to Remember for specifics.

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Class Updates August 27th

Ellie went over the Dates to Remember and reminded students that class will begin earlier on September 10 because of our intended trip to Traditions immediately thereafter. We were sad to hear that John Lynch had to be hospitalized because of such low blood readings at his regular Friday checkup. He is home now but has appointments with various doctors to determine why he is losing blood. Please keep him in your prayers. Betty Twigg’s back has improved considerably. Her final therapy treatment was held this week at Progressive. She is very concerned about her grandson, Chris, who will undergo surgery on his back on September 5th and who will require some care for a number of weeks after surgery during his recovery period. Please keep him in your prayers. Bill and Ellie Ewing were stung multiple times by a swarm of bees; however, they’re over that problem now. Harold Hoopengarner was having vertigo problems prior to today’s class and continuing on. He’s on medication and seems very lethargic. Prayers requested for Harold. Shirley Hoopengarner’s ankle is improving, and the boot support she’s now wearing is considerably smaller than the one she had at first. All the Batchelors are suffering with sinus or virus issues of some sort. Not fun! Take care of yourselves, everybody!

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Class Updates August 20th

There were six people in attendance on this date. Many of them played more than one selection. The individuals included Mike Gallaher, Diane Morgan, Sylvia Twigg, Harold Hoopengarner, Rosie Morgan, and Shirley Hoopengarner…