The Rooster Tails Board of Directors have changed from our past Holiday ‘breakfast/brunch/awards’  format to a new Holiday Luncheon to create a celebration and party for our members and spouses, their family, and non-member guests, with first class entertainment, refreshments, and a western BBQ.  Join us for a fun time by signing-up at our November 16th breakfast meeting for this special December 7th Holiday event… this will be a party and not a ‘modified’ regular third Friday breakfast meeting.  There is no December regular third Friday breakfast meeting with the Jackpot Awards held at our January 18th breakfast meeting.  Doors for the Cowboy Christmas open at 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.  Enjoy a holiday toast and listen to some great entertainment.  The luncheon buffet entrées are barbecued pork ribs and chicken, baked beans, and country potato salad.  Also included is a choice of a bottle of wine per table as well as free beverages.  Entertainment and buffet all for $25 per person.  Invite your friends to reserve in advance for a table for eight.  Space is limited for this exceptional event with an anticipated large audience.   

For over two decades, The Old West Trio has performed western tunes from the American Cowboy and Silver Screen songbooks. With harmony like the Sons of the Pioneers and humor reminiscent of the Smothers Brothers, the trio is true to the craft of folk music and family entertainment. Will Rogers award recipients for Best Western Duo/Group of the Year, members are Steve Ide (the big ‘yodelator’ on rhythm guitar), Leslie Ide (upright bassist and de facto den mother), and Steve Johnson (sporting an award winning moustache and playing lead guitar). They co-founded Scofield’s Cowboy Campfire, the only chuck wagon event of its kind in California.

Luncheon attendee will roll with laughter with the sage advice of McAvoy Layne as the Ghost of Mark Twain.  For thirty years now, in over four thousand performances from Piper’s Opera House in Virginia City to Leningrad University in Russia, McAvoy Layne has been preeminent in preserving the wit & wisdom of, “The Wild Humorist of the Pacific Slope,” Mark Twain.  McAvoy is a winner of the Nevada Award for Excellence in School and Library Service, and author of the newly published, Huck Finally Graduates!  Mac plays the ghost of Samuel Clemens in the Biography Channel’s episode of Mark Twain, and in the Discovery Channel’s Cronkite Award winning documentary, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.



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