[Loch-Ruadh] Fwd: HOMEGUARD BARBECUE
antigonus at lycos.com
Tue Mar 16 09:14:43 PST 2004
Ok, everybuggy --
This is what I have from Alaric. I think it could be a great deal of fun, especially since so many people have shown an interest.
Evidently, we are looking at Friday the 19th.
I know I plan on being there. :)
How does this sound to everyone?
Any questions should be directed to Don Alaric -- glen.d.wilkerson at lmco.com.
I will be forwarding information as I receive it.
-- Antigonus Bearbait, Loch Ruadh BBQ Liaison :)
Here's the notice again - feel free to forward it. I am currently leaning toward Friday night 6:30ish - 7ish, and will probably send around final notices Thursday and Friday. Feel free to forward those when you receive them.
GULF WAR ORPHANS / HOMEGUARD BARBECUE - SECOND NOTICE
It's time again, for those not going to Gulf War, for the annual ANSTEORRAN HOMEGUARD BARBECUE DINNER.
As always, we will be meeting at Green's Main Street Barbecue in Euless. Take your favorite routes from east or west to Airport Freeway and Euless Main Street just west of the interchange of Airport Freeway and 360. Go north on Euless Main Street and Main Street Barbecue is a few blocks up on the right, across from and just past the Braums. Look for the giant armadillo smoker in the parking lot.
Mr. Hubert Green got into barbecue after he retired from his trucking business, and after winning the National Sweet Meat Rib competition three years in a row opened up the restaurant. Main Street has all of the usual barbecue staples and the all-you-can-eat buffet is $12.00 (used to be $10.00, but it's still a bargain), but sandwich plates for a little less are available for those with not so heroic appetites. They have ice tea and water, but if you have a preference for soft drinks or adult beverages, YOU CAN BRING IN YOUR OWN COOLERS.
So, bring your appetites, bring your war stories from events past, bring your favorite home brew, and let's have some barbecue!
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