Fairly good crowd on hand as August comes to an end and we get back to normal in the fall.
Nice to see Uncle Milty back from a brief Moosehead vacation
Bill Tozier announced the beginning of planning for this years auction.
Of course, a bunch of happy dollars
The Augusta Kiwanis Club was introduced to the game of Pentanque Thursday by Raymond Fecteau, a former president of the Calumet Club who is looking to expand the low cost-family-oriented sport at the Mill Park.
Fecteau brought the game To Augusta from a vacation in France where 17 million people participate. More than 50 groups are now involved in the sport here in which the goal is to throw little metal balls as close as possible to a smaller ball while standing with the feet within a circle. The courts are designed to accommodate the handicapped.
The courts are available Tuesdays at 6:30 pm and Saturdays from 9am until noon.
Karen MacGillvary won the brunch certificate and John Gregory & Bob West shared the big bucks.