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Restaurant Rovers Annual Report January 2011

RESTAURANT ROVERS - Pat Dravillas & Shirlie Hansen

The Restaurant Rovers had a slower year in 2010 than in the past, we just seemed to have a lot of scheduling conflicts to work around.

We did manage a fun outing to Chi Tung in Evergreen Park over the summer. We dined "Hibachi" style and were quite entertained by our chef who was an expert at flipping food and knives. The food was delicious, as always, and a fun night for the group that attended.

Restaurant Rovers will have a couple of new faces in charge for 2011. After a few years of organizing this group, Pat and I agreed that it was time for us to let someone else have some fun. Tanya Andoniadis and Sue Lisowski are excited to be involved with this ministry and I'm sure they will have some great ideas for outings. Be on the lookout for announcements regarding scheduled events.