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May 29, 2014

WHEN: JUNE 21ST, DOORS OPEN FROM 3:00 PM – 6:00PM
WHERE: RATHSKELLER/BASEMENT
COST: CARDS $6 PER ROUND (3 GAMES PER ROUND) (POTS WILL DEPEND ON HOW MANY
PLAYERS ATTEND, SO BRING FAMILY AND FRIENDS)
FIVE ROUNDS (15 GAMES WILL BE PLAYED)
FOOD AND DRINK: FOOD FROM THE GRILL WILL BE AVALIBLE (HOT DOGS, BRATS,
METTS, HAMBURGERS) AS WELL AS JUICE BOXES, BEER, WINE, AND SODA

May 29, 2014

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May 10, 2014

Starting with the Maibaum Rededication at 5:00 pm. The symbols on the Maypole at the Dayton Liederkranz Turner Club represent the club and traditional German activities. Over the years, the elements had robbed this icon of St. Anne's Hill of its beauty. Some of the original figurines were lost and the remaining ones had to be completely stripped and repainted. Now it has been restored to its former glory, and will be rededicated before the annual Spring Concert. Contributors to the original Maypole and to the restoration will be recognized.

Following that, Chef Uli and his team will be serving a delicious homemade ROULADEN DINNER at 5:30 PM with Spaetzle, Spring Salad, Vegetable, Dessert & Coffee
The price is just $13 for members; $17 non-members. Children under 12—$5 members; $8 non-members
Prepaid reservations only by May 21 toLois Lynch 278-4606 loislynch@ameritech.net

 And to top off the evening, at 7:00 p.m. our Maennerchor, Damenchor and Gemischterchor, under the direction of Jeanette Eakins, accompanied by Mark Schumaker, will present a free concert of  music in German and English. Several of the selections chosen are songs the groups are preparing for the annual Saengerfest, which will be held in June in Louisville, KY.

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