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He’s not exactly William Tell or Robin Hood, because yours truly — especially in high school before I met my gal — learned Cupid’s aim can be off by quite a bit. However, tomorrow is Valentine’s Day. Here’s to love — the only fire for which you don’t need insurance.

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If you can wait a couple of days to celebrate Cupid’s day, the wonderful folks at the Italo-American Club — including my high school classmate, the vibrant and pretty Karen (Faso) East — are having a Valentine’s Dance on Saturday evening. Social hour begins at 6 p.m. with dinner and dance to follow. From what 94-year-old Fred Gartner and the bubbly Marcella Andrews tell me, “It’s always a good time at the Italo-American Club.”

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But before that, howzabout breakfast and bathrooms? That hardworking group known as Sunrise Rotary is having breakfast Saturday morning at (where else) the Sunrise Rotary Sports Complex at the end of Clinton Avenue. Members will be getting together over pancakes and morning munchies to talk about their new bathroom project way out by the softball fields. It is sorely needed because, having played a lot of games in my day, I know how much players can drink to stay hydrated. Besides, if you have never been out to those terrific ball fields with the nearest restroom a hundred yards away, it is no surprise nothing has grown in the farmer’s field behind them, and closer.

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Now that we’ve gotten that lovely image out of the way, it’s back to tomorrow. If you are not a romantic you can move to my Wednesday page companion, Cathie Campbell for one of her wonderful recipes...

 

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