Brian_Heil

2017 PWD Dinner @ Brookfield National Meet

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28 minutes ago, 07 HD said:

my name is Ted M. I and my wife have just purchased  a 1931 model 57 and would love to attend pwd dinner/ so I guess that means 2

 

Have you down for 2 Ted, Thanks!

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How about 2 for Ken and Sandy Green

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Please add me (1) to the list for the PWD dinner on Thursday night.  I plan to arrive late Wed towing my '39 Limited, and am on the Spirit of Aviation tour on Thursday.  Should be back in time for the PWD meeting and dinner.

Looking forward to it!

-Jeff

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19 hours ago, JCK55buick said:

Please add me (1) to the list for the PWD dinner on Thursday night.  I plan to arrive late Wed towing my '39 Limited, and am on the Spirit of Aviation tour on Thursday.  Should be back in time for the PWD meeting and dinner.

Looking forward to it!

-Jeff

 

Have you down Jeff, thank you! 

 

I was going to suggest you could maybe find a few in need of a ride until I saw your 90 is a hearse.  Ha.

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On ‎5‎/‎25‎/‎2017 at 9:33 AM, Jim Milewski said:

Good morning Brian - put us down for four, Jim and Bert Sr. and Jim and Sue Jr.

 

I know we have spoken on the phone but just so folks don't think I am ignoring you, I have you down for 4.  Thank you!

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On 5/26/2017 at 7:22 AM, Brian_Heil said:

I was going to suggest you could maybe find a few in need of a ride until I saw your 90 is a hearse.  Ha.

I do have a '39 hearse, but it is a Century, converted by A. J. Miller.  Unrestored car.

The one I am bringing is a model 90 Limited, 8 passenger sedan, has been restored, so yes, I could take a few for a ride!

-Jeff

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I would like to attend the dinner.  Just me.  Me and my 1928 Model 27 will be heading to Tony Bult's place right after the event for lots of TLC. 

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13 hours ago, opeltwinturbo said:

I would like to attend the dinner.  Just me.  Me and my 1928 Model 27 will be heading to Tony Bult's place right after the event for lots of TLC. 

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Thank you John.  Have you down for the Dinner.

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OK Folks. we are getting close.  If you have not replied to this Chat String that you are attending the PWD Dinner or sent me an email regarding the same, please post or email now.  Either works.  Last Call and all that sort of stuff as we set our count and table set-up/seating.

 

Reminder to bring cash for the Dinner as they will not do separate checks.

 

Also, don't forget our PWD Meeting at 3:00 - 4:30 Thursday Night before we head out to Dinner.  Milwaukee Ballroom #1 at the Sheraton where we will go over Dinner and the After Tour and other (monkey) business.

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Brian, please explain then just how the payment for our meal and drinks will be handled if they will not do separate checks.  Good ol' cash works for us.  How are Barbara and I going to pay for our meal?  What kind of

place are you getting us into here?:wacko:

 

Terry Wiegand

South Hutchinson, Kansas

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Terry,

 

I think Brian explained earlier.  We need a "banker' to collect cash from everyone and pay the one bill.  I assume that person, if he wants to carry a lot of cash, can pay by his/her personal credit card, or cash.  I think he indicated drinks would be ordered and paid for when order is delivered, again probably cash, maybe credit card.

 

Having been through other events like this, each person, or couple, or group should keep track of their order, including tip and tax. I hope they provide us with a few menus after the meal so we can tell what each meal costs.

 

John

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2 hours ago, Terry Wiegand said:

Brian, please explain then just how the payment for our meal and drinks will be handled if they will not do separate checks.  Good ol' cash works for us.  How are Barbara and I going to pay for our meal?  What kind of

place are you getting us into here?:wacko:

 

Terry Wiegand

South Hutchinson, Kansas

 

What they told me is, cocktails are paid for as delivered.

 

Dinner, you will have to recall what you ordered off the scaled down group menu they will provide and the cost, soft drinks too and then add 25% (20% fixed group tip and 5% tax) and then pay me.  I'm told it's a nice place, see their website back a few posts.  I'm hoping not to get 'stuck' with a shortfall.

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11 hours ago, Brian_Heil said:

OK Folks. we are getting close.  If you have not replied to this Chat String that you are attending the PWD Dinner or sent me an email regarding the same, please post or email now.  Either works.  Last Call and all that sort of stuff as we set our count and table set-up/seating.

 

Reminder to bring cash for the Dinner as they will not do separate checks.

 

Also, don't forget our PWD Meeting at 3:00 - 4:30 Thursday Night before we head out to Dinner.  Milwaukee Ballroom #1 at the Sheraton where we will go over Dinner and the After Tour and other (monkey) business.

 

Brian, please add Dianne and I to the list for the dinner.  We are not bringing the 32 67S this year but will enjoy the camaraderie with the PWD group as we have at past meets.

 

Chuck Nixon

Fort Worth, TX

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8 hours ago, chuck nixon said:

 

Brian, please add Dianne and I to the list for the dinner.  We are not bringing the 32 67S this year but will enjoy the camaraderie with the PWD group as we have at past meets.

 

Chuck Nixon

Fort Worth, TX

 

Have you down for 2 Chuck, thank you.

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Brian,

At least to 25% is a nice round number to work with.  Have the restaurant save a few menus for the end to aid calculating.  It looks like you volunteered to be the "banker".  Thank you.

 

John

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Just added up all the posts here and emails too.  37 for the PWD Dinner so far.  Nice.

 

Mr. Banker to you John.  Ha.  

 

I've gotten to see how well you all write and post, now I get to see how well you add and multiply.  :(

 

Pretty sure you all know how to eat . . . .

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Here is our Menu and pricing.  Please remember to bring your cash to cover same plus beverages/tax/tip.  Thx!

 

PS23 salad - $5

Chicken dumpling soup - $5

 

Cedar planked salmon $19

Braised Short Rib - $19

Fried Amish Chicken Breast -$15

Roasted Stuffed Bell Pepper - $13

 

Flourless Chocolate Cake - $5

Seasonal Fruit Sorbet - $5

 

 

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That's a tasty looking menu but Lisa and I won't be getting to town till about 8. Have a great time guys, I look forward to seeing everyone on Friday.

 

Dave B

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The folks who were not there for whatever reason will never know what they missed.  We sat at the table with Mark Shaw, Joyce and Larry Schramm, Cristine and Brian Heil, The Jim Milewski family, Brad Perkins and his wife, and I think I might be missing a couple of others - no disrespect intended here.  Barbara told me later that she laughed so hard and long that her sides hurt.  The food was excellent and a seriously fun time was had by all!  Would like to go back and do that all over again real soon.

 

Terry Wiegand

South Hutchinson, Kansas

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"Pictures or it din't happen" :D 

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Lamar, howya gonna take pictures when you're laughin' so hard all the time?"  Just sayin'.  Trust me - it happened.  We even had a 145 pound BIG dog on the floor in the corner.  Now there's a story all by itself.

 

Terry Wiegand

Doo Dah America

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Finn upset the tigers at Circus World in Baraboo today so he had to move away. 

 

It happened. Fred Rawling described how to repair the vacuum tank on my 1923. Mark Shaw told Luke more recently. These guys need to learn to draw on paper instead of just in the air or I need to take a video of it with the phone. 

 

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