THE OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE ARIZONA BLUEGRASS ASSOCIATION
ABA Christmas Pot-Luck Dinner - in the works
“It’s one of our favorite times of the year,” said dinner chair, Leslie Rhodes.
The ABA Christmas Pot-Luck dinner will take place on Saturday, November 22nd at the First Presbyterian Church located at 12225 N. 103rd Avenue,
We are looking foward to a wonderful night of jamming and fellowship,” said Leslie. “Remember to invite your friends. This is a perfect time to introduce
them to the Arizona Bluegrass Association. We welcome non-members - interested in joining or not,” she said.
Attendees are asked to bring something to “throw into the pot.” If your last name begins with A-G bring a main dish. If you are H-O bring a salad. If you are P-Z bring
An important part of the Pot-Luck will be the election of new ABA Directors. See the notes by Chairman Rick Rhodes for more details.
“In advance, I would like to thank these people who have volunteered to help arrange the Pot-Luck - Jackie Allen, Bob Tieszen, Maxine Eldridge,Sandra Austin,
Marge Hill, John and Karen Harris, Dan and Dee Stone, John and Gayle Bragg, Jane West, Carol Morris and the Dennis Vance Family from The Mandolin Store.
I hope to see everyone there,” concluded Leslie.
Dennis Vance has announced that The Mandolin Store is again
donating prizes for the winners of the championship competi-
tions in guitar and mandolin picking to be held at the Four Cor-
ner States Bluegrass Festival in Wickenburg, AZ on November
14 through 16.The prizes are now on display in Dennis’
The champion mandolin picker will win this custom
Weber Yellowstone. This magnificent instrument has
a retail value of $4,525. In addition to the mandolin
the winner will get a cash prize of $500. 2nd place
will receive $200 and 3rd place will win $100.
The champion guitar picker will walk away with
this sweet sounding