Good Morning Everyone!
Another beautiful summer weekend . . . at least in most areas where our members live. Dick Burns lives in Skiatook OK, which is close to Tulsa. Lots of tough weather hitting that area in the past week. Hey Dick! . . hope everything is well with you and Terry.
Looks like Nick's release regarding the teardown of Mirro struck a bit of nostalgia in many of you. Jerry Leyendecker starts a series on the history and livability of Manitowoc starting today in SUCKS NEWS.
Speaking of series . . . Sharon Magnusson has a serious series relative to their cruise to Alaska. Watch PICTURESQUE! - as Sharon continues to post magnificent pictures and comments from their trip.
Oh!, by the way . . . I'll be in Port Washington on Saturday August 19th - Anyone up for lunch?
Well, that's a rap!
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"School Days" (also known as "School Day (Ring! Ring! Goes the Bell)") is a rock-and-roll song written and recorded by Chuck Berry and released by Chess Records as a single in March 1957 and on the LP After School Session two months later (see 1957 in music). It is one of his best-known songs and is often considered a rock-and-roll anthem.
"Donna" is a song sung by Ritchie Valens, featuring the 50s progression. The song was released in 1958 on Del-Fi Records. It reached No. 2 on the Billboard
"Raindrops" is a 1961 song by the American R&B singer Dee Clark. Released in April of that same year, this ballad is about a man who convinces himself that the tears he is crying since his lover's departure are raindrops since "a man ain't supposed to cry," peaked at position 2 on the Hot 100 and at position 3 on the R&B chart. Billboard ranked it as the ninth most popular song of the year for 1961.
Till Next Week