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Here is our tentative camping schedule for the 2013 camping season. Hope everyone can attend some of these fun camping opportunities with the CFCF and the Georgetown Fireflies:
TENTATIVE 2013 Campouts
May 17-18-19-20 CfCF Annual
Rally at Fergus–hosted buy the Dunville
Mississauga Lamplighters At Milton Heights Campground
June 21,22,&23 Georgetown Fireflies at Green Acre Park
July 15 ,16 ,17 &18 —Anyone interested in Carthcart Park at Sombra
near Sarnia. Some of us have already
booked Phone.519 -892- 3342
Aug -,3,4,5, &6 Canadian Country Music Reunion (Trenton Ont.)—See Dave Lawrence for
August 8,9,10,&11 Nicolston Dam — Family and friends —See Dave
Lawrence E- mail Charmon at firstname.lastname@example.org
August 16,17 &18 Mount
Hamilton Campers — Flamboro Valley
September 7,8,& 9 Dunville Mudcats At Sherkston Shores
September Brant Valley Go-Getters—Milton Heights
September 17-21 Georgetown Fireflies at Mitchell Ontario ,
Perth County International Plowing Match
—See Marilyn for ticket information
John & Mirella Kamen
Dave & Shirley Lawrence 905-878-6415 email@example.com
Del & Marilyn Linstead 905-877-8902
Another successful Fireflies campout has come and gone. Thankfully we had mostly nice weather with only a few sprinkles of rain. It did not daunt our golfers who were sheltered by the tree lined mini-golf course.
Again we were entertained during our hospitality evening by a great group of guys-pictures attached and most everyone stayed till the end to chat and listen to the music. We celebrated Canada in grand style with red and white themed decor in the hall and lots of red shirts and hats.
To everyone who came out to our annual campout, we give a big THANK YOU and hope that next year will be even better, though how to improve on the guys, Home Made To Order Breakfast is beyond me!
The Fireflies enjoyed a night at the races on Thanksgiving evening in October when 24 of us met at the lovely half mile track in Elora, Ontario. We had a terrific buffet including turkey and stuffing, ham and scalloped potatoes; a race named in our honour; the opportunity to participte in a cheerleading competition during the 6th race; programs and a hostess to take our bets and return our winnings (at least for some) right to our table. And all this for a modest sum of about $12.50 each including the taxes. Wow, what a deal. Ten of us even got to go down and have our picture taken with the winning horse in the Georgetown Fireflies race. It was an event we highly recommend when the horses come back to Grand River Raceway for their next racing meet.