Happy Holidays

Thanks to everyone who came out to an event this year, and we hope to see you at an event in 2011!

Let the Good Times Bowl

Get ready to root for your Ohio University Bobcats in the New Orleans Bowl on Saturday, 12/18. Kickoff is at 9 p.m.

Game watch parties are happening in Brunswick, Lakewood, and Willowick — come out and cheer for the 'Cats with fellow OU fans!

No fees are associated with these events. Food & drinks are on your own — pay as you go.

EAST — Willowick
Purple Shamrock — 30480 Lake Shore Blvd., Willowick, OH 44095-4623
Questions? Contact Andrew Banc: (440)347-0368; andrew_banc@hotmail.com.

WEST — Lakewood
Harry Buffalo — 18605 Detroit Ave. Lakewood, OH 44107
Questions? Contact Amy Hollis: 440-220-2837; president@clevelandbobcats.com.

SOUTH — Brunswick
Sidelines Bar & Grill — 1165 Pearl Road, Brunswick, OH, 44212
Questions? Contact Dave Harley: 440-759-3461; DHarley@ACEcleveland.com.

More info

Bowl Central

Cleveland Bobcats

New Orleans Bowl - Game Watch Info UPDATED

Get together with OU fans in your area and cheer for the 'Cats on Saturday, December 18. Kickoff is at 9 p.m.

There is no cost associated with these events; pay as you go.




Bobcats in the Big Easy

Your OHIO Bobcats are headed to the Big Easy!

OU has been selected to face the Troy Trojans in the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl in New Orleans, Louisiana (Louisiana Superdome) on Saturday, Dec. 18 at 9 p.m. ET.

Tickets are now on sale through the Ohio Athletics Ticket Office. Please see the following page for information on tickets, accommodations and bowl events: Bobcats in the Big Easy

A Cleveland-area game watch party is in the works! Details will be posted as they are available.

Got Swabbed? Bone Marrow Drive

Co-Sponsored by Hillel at Ohio University, Let My People Know, the Ohio
University Jewish Life on Campus Alumni Association, and the Carter Nedley Foundation.

Sunday, December 5
Noon - 6 PM
The Mandel Jewish Community Center

Join Ohio University Jewish students, alumni, board members, and staff for a
simple cheek swab and be among the thousands of possible donors in the the Gift of Life Registry. You can save a life!

For more information and to volunteer for the drive, contact Rabbi
Danielle Leshaw, Director,Hillel at Ohio University at 740.592.1173, or leshaw@ohio.edu, or Hillel at OU's Bone Marrow Interns, Kara Leyser at kl256308@ohio.edu and Hannah Giterman at hg314808@ohio.edu.

For details about bone marrow donation and to learn more about Gift Of Life, visit GiftofLife.org.
Let My People Know is a project of the Jewish Federation's Centennial Initiative for strengthening and growing Jewish Cleveland.

RSVP to Got Swabbed? on Facebook

OHIO Football Update

If you're a fan of OHIO football, the next few weeks are going to be a lot of fun!

Friday, November 26
OU comes to Kent the day after Thanksgiving to kick some golden flash all over Dix Stadium. Kickoff is at 11 a.m.

Be there to stand up and cheer for the 'Cats: Contact the Kent State ticket office and ask for seats in the OU section. Call 330-372-2244 or visit http://www.kentstatesports.com/fanZone/tickets for more information.

The game will be televised on ESPN U.

Friday, December 3
There's a pretty good chance that OHIO will represent the MAC East in the MAC Championship game at Ford Field in Detroit. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. 

The alumni association is planning a Bobcat Bash, and the athletics department is taking ticket reservations. Visit www.ohioalumni.org/bobcat-bash for event details.

The game will be televised on ESPN 2, and a Cleveland-area game watch party is in the works.

Bowl Games
OU may be headed to Mobile, AL, or Boise, ID, for postseason play. Check OhioBobcats.com for updates and ticket information.

The bowl game will be televised, and a Cleveland-area game watch party is in the works.

2010 Varsity Show (Columbus)

The Ohio University Marching 110 takes the stage of the Ohio Theater in Columbus for Varsity Night on Monday, November 15, 2010, at 8 p.m.

Tickets are $8. Order yours by e-mailing marching110@ohio.edu OR by calling 740-597-1808.

For more informtion, visit the Marching 110's Web site:

Ohio University Marching Band

Mimosa Brunch and Auction

Don't forget to register for the "Mimosa" Brunch and Auction put on by the Ohio University Women's Club of Greater Cleveland!

OUWC "Mimosa" Brunch and Auction. Come join us for brunch, door prizes, a Chinese raffle, a silent auction, and a live auction!

Saturday, November 6, 2010
10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Barrington Golf Club, 350 North Aurora Road, Aurora, Ohio 44202  

Friends, family, and alumnae are welcome

$30 for the brunch; payable in advance.

You can pay for the items you win at the auction with cash, check, or credit card (MasterCard, Visa or American Express). If you are paying with a credit card, you will need to fill out a credit card slip at the auction. We will also need to see the credit card.

Remember...all money raised at the auction goes to our scholarship funds! 

The registration deadline is November 1. To register online, visit  www.ouwomen.org. To download a registration form, click here.

Additional Notes

  • The OUWC is looking for donations for both the live auction (hand-crafted items of all sorts ... be creative!) and the Chinese raffle (should be new and have a retail value of over $50.00). The donation items must be collected by Friday, October 22. Baked goods and last-minute items will be welcome the morning of the auction.  If you'd like to donate, contact Kelly Baylog.

  • Did you know that each year the OUWC delivers a goodie basket to its Freshman Scholarship Recipient during Sibs Weekend? This year the OUWC wants to make a basket for the Ruth Fowler Brown upper-class scholarship girls as well. Please consider donating an item or a couple bucks towards this fun project.  There will be a special collection basket at the Mimosa Brunch.   

Shop for a Cause

Shop for a Cause is sponsored by Macy's for nonprofit groups. 

For $5 you can purchase a shopping pass to use on October 16, 2010. This gives you 

  • 20 percent off selected regular and clearance merchandise
  • 10 percent off furniture, mattresses, rugs, and electronic merchandise
  • 25 percent off 1 clothing,  accessory, or home item

Also, there is a chance to win a $500 gift card when you complete an entry form and deposit it in a box at the store on October 15.

The $5 goes directly to the nonprofit group that sold you the ticket, so it is a win-win opportunity. 

Would you like to purchase some passes from the Ohio University Parents Club of Greater Cleveland? The $5 will support scholarships for OU students from the Cleveland area. 

Contact Carol Godec for details.

Bobcats vs. Buckeyes: Game Watch Parties

Get your green on at the OU game watch parties this Saturday.

There's an east side event at the Purple Shamrock in Willowick. Enjoy kegs and eggs at 9, then stick around for kickoff at noon.

West siders, head over to the Harry Buffalo in Lakewood. Starting at 11,  specials include some classic Athens beverages: $4 Junction Punches, $4 Black Widows, and $4 Triple Blackouts.

Visit ClevelandBobcats.com or OhioAlumni.org for more information about these and other events for OU alumni.

Carter Nedley Golf Classic

In January 2009, thirteen-month-old Carter Nedley, son of former Greater Cleveland Alumni Chapter President Jason Nedley ('98, '06) and Lisa Nedley ('98), was diagnosed with acute myelogenous leukemia (AML). With a survival rate of less than 50 percent, AML is among the most difficult pediatric cancers to treat.

Still, for the next fourteen months, Carter bravely fought his disease. Through lengthy stays in three hospitals across Ohio he endured several rounds of chemotherapy, radiation, and a bone-marrow transplant. Tragically, however, Carter passed away in February 2010.

To honor their son's life, the Nedleys established The Carter Nedley Foundation to help other families in Northeast Ohio affected by childhood cancer. They have scheduled the first Carter Nedley Golf Classic for noon on Saturday, September 25, 2010 at Black Brook Golf Course in Mentor, Ohio.

Players receive eighteen holes of golf with a cart, two drink tickets, a clubhouse lunch before the outing, and a catered cookout dinner (steak or chicken) at the finish. Prizes will be awarded to the winning foursome and to those players with the longest drive and longest putt.

Players also receive a ticket for the raffle, and are eligible to purchase additional tickets. Prizes include

* gift certificates to area eateries like Cabana's Island Restaurant, Chester's Legacy Tavern, Corks Wine Bar, Flannery's Pub, and Pickle Bill's Lobster House;
* tickets to Northfield Park, the Lake County Captains, Hilarities 4th Street Theatre, the Lake Erie Monsters, and the Cleveland Gladiators;
* a $50 gift certificate to Dick's Sporting Goods;
* a one-month family membership to the Mentor Heisley Racquet and Fitness Club;
* a ninety-minute swing evaluation at golfTEC;
* a complete cornhole game set from King Toss; 
* a baseball autographed by the Cleveland Indians' Shin-Soo Choo;
* a Cleveland Cavaliers jersey autographed by Mo Williams;
* and more!

Foursomes are priced at $400. 

A dinner-only option has been added, also, for those who would like to participate but do not wish to golf. The dinner-only option, which includes the same catered steak or chicken dinner, one drink ticket, and eligibility to purchase raffle tickets, is $30.

All event proceeds benefit The Carter Nedley Foundation, which serves children in Northeast Ohio affected by cancer, along with their families; raises funds to support research into treatments for pediatric cancer; and advocates for issues relevant to the treatment of pediatric cancer.

Registration is fast and easy. Simply go to the Carter Nedley Golf Classic page and scroll to the bottom, where you'll see a drop-down box under the heading "PACKAGES." Registration packages for one to four players or the dinner-only option for one or two individuals then can be selected from the drop-down box. After you've selected your registration package, simply click the yellow "Buy Now" button and you'll be transferred to a secure session on PayPal, where you can make your payment easily with any major credit card. 

(Ohio University alumni who register electronically will receive an exclusive Bobcat Goodie Bag, courtesy of The Ohio University Alumni Association. The bag contains a t-shirt, cap, reusable coffee tumbler, and choice from either a ceramic paw-print mug or stainless steel water bottle. To redeem: At the "Review Your Payment" screen on PayPal, simply click on "Add Special Instructions to the Seller" and enter BOBCAT in the text box. Supplies are limited. Limit one bag per foursome.)

Hard-copy registration forms can be downloaded from the Foundation's Web site.
The registration deadline is Sunday, September 19.

For more information, please contact Jason Nedley at (440) 725-5118 or by e-mail at jason@carternedley.org. 

Just Added: East Side Game Watch

Don't feel like driving out to Lakewood to watch the OU-OSU game with other Bobcats? Head up to the Purple Shamrock in Willowick!

Start early with kegs & eggs at 9 a.m. The game starts at noon.

Call or e-mail Andrew Banc: 216-534-5754; andrew_banc@hotmail.com.

OHIO vs. OHIO STATE > Game Watch Party

For Cleveland-area alumni
Join fellow fans at the Harry Buffalo in Lakewood on Saturday, September 18, to watch your OHIO BOBCATS face the Buckeyes in the Horseshoe.

Drink specials include some of your Athens favorites, like Junction Punch and Black Widow.

We're starting the party at 11 a.m. in the basement pub. Kickoff is at noon. We had more than 100 alumni pack the place for round 2 of the NCAA tournament, so you may want to come early!

Visit ClevelandBobcats.com for more details.

Going to Columbus that weekend?
Visit OhioAlumni.org for information about events in Columbus during OU-OSU weekend, including Friday's pre-game party at the Lodge Bar and Saturday's official OU Alumni Association game watch party.

Be sure to stock up on your green and white gear . . .
Check out the College Bookstore for WE ARE OHIO / YOU JUST LIVE HERE, which supports the Dan Lowe Memorial Scholarship Fund:

Summer Fun in Cleveland

Wade Oval Wednesdays

On behalf of the OU Women's Club . . .

Come join the Ohio University Women's Club of Greater Cleveland for WOW! Wade Oval Wednesdays! We will be getting together to enjoy three of University Circle's summer concert series on 7/28, 8/4, and 8/18.

Listen to great music, enjoy food and drink from local vendors, relax with a beverage in the beer & wine garden, walk through the Cleveland Botanical Gardens, and best of all, spend time with your fellow Bobcats!

For complete details and to RSVP, check the events calendar at Cleveland Bobcats.com.

Indians Baseball

On behalf of Singing Men of Ohio . . .

Let’s turn the bleachers GREEN!

Join other Bobcats at the Cleveland Indians game on Thursday, August 12. The Baltimore Orioles are in town, and it's Dollar Dog Night! First pitch is at 7:05 p.m.

Bleacher tickets are only $14. To purchase tickets, click on the link below and follow the prompts. The Special Offer code is Bobcat. Feel free to pass this along to anyone who would be interested in going. They can purchase through the same link and pass code.

Visit the Singing Men of Ohio Facebook page for more details:

Indians Game w/ Singing Men of Ohio

On behalf of the Singing Men of Ohio . . .

Join other Bobcats at the Cleveland Indians game on Thursday, August 12th. First Pitch is at 7:05pm. Bleacher tickets are only $14. Dollar Dog Day! Let’s turn the bleachers GREEN!

To purchase tickets, click on the link below and follow the prompts. The Special Offer code is Bobcat. Feel free to pass this along to anyone who would be interested in going. They can purchase through the same link and pass code.


Visit the Singing Men of Ohio Facebook page for more details:

Singing Men of Ohio (SMO) - Ohio University Men's Glee Club

Summer in Athens

There are two great reasons to head back to campus in July:

Visit the official Web sites for details about these special events. Space is limited, so make your plans now!

Play Ball

The Indians have won a few here and there — mostly thanks to Choo — but so far they're not really threatening to climb out of the cellar. However, they are playing the Mets on June 16 — the 2010 OU Alumni Night Out at Progressive Field — so maybe the Tribe has a chance to put up a W.

Join OU alumni, family, and friends for a pre-game party at Flannery's before we head over to the 'Sive. For complete details and ticket information, visit
Cleveland Bobcats.com.

OU Alumnae Luncheon

All women who support Ohio University — graduates as well as friends and relatives of graduates — are invited to join the Cleveland Women's Club at their annual luncheon.

The guest speaker will be Joe Daugirdas: The Coupon Guy. He will be sharing money-saving tricks for everyday shopping: tips for groceries, gasoline, cell phones, and utilities; deals on dining and travel; online savings resources and codes; and much more.

May 15 from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Saucy Bistro, 24481 Detroit Rd, Westlake, OH 44145 (map)

  • Bittaker Salad
  • Cornmeal Crusted Tilapia
  • Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breast in a Lemon Thyme Sauce
  • Vegetable Medley
  • Whipped Potatoes
  • Bread, Butter
  • Mini Pastries
  • Non Alcoholic Beverages: water, tea, coffee, soda

$26 (includes lunch and entertainment)

Register online or return the registration form by Friday, May 7, 2010.

To register online, visit the
Ohio Alumni.org/Events Calendar.
To register by mail, download the
registration form and return it to Katie Stupansky.

Contact Katie at Katieou21 at gmail dot com for more information.

Moms Weekend in Athens

An announcement from the Parents Club:

— Do you want to be part of Mom's Weekend 2010 (April 30 - May 2)?
— Do you need a ride to Athens from the Cleveland area?
— Do you want to make new friends and have fun along the way?

We still have a few rooms available for the weekend and some seats on the bus. Make your reservation now!

Contact Diane Cerri at 216-408-7700 or cerri@ohnp.uscourts.gov.

Thank you for your support of the Greater Cleveland OU Parents Club.

Spring Luncheon

Join the Ohio University Women's Club for its Spring Luncheon. This event is open to all OU alumnae, as well as friends and family.

The cost is $26 and includes program and lunch. The featured speaker is Joe the Coupon Guy, who will be sharing money-saving tricks for everyday shopping.

Saturday, May 15th from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Saucy Bistro, 24481 Detroit Rd, Westlake, OH 44145

Space is limited, so reserve your seat now! Deadline for reservations is May 7, 2010.

To register online, visit the Ohio Alumni.org/Events Calendar.

To register by mail, download the registration form and return it to Katie Stupansky.

Movie Night

You're invited to join fellow OU alumni and the executive producer of Trailerpark, Professor Frederick Lewis, for a special screening of the student-made feature film.

Event Details

Thursday, April 15 at 7 p.m.


About the Film
Trailerpark, the feature-length film based on a Russell Banks short story collection, was entirely produced by students in the School of Media Arts and Studies (formerly Telecommunications) at Ohio University.

More than 70 students from different schools within the university collaborated on this project. The students showed their commitment and dedication to making this dream a reality, spending countless hours each week not just on the film, but also maintaining full academic course schedules.

Trailerpark may be the only feature-length film to be produced completely by undergraduate students as part of a course in a college curriculum. Extensive research has found no similarly structured project.

Visit ohioalumni.org/trailerpark to RSVP or view scenes from the movie.

Want to Be an Apprentice?

Heather Holden, a 2003 graduate of Ohio University, is casting for NBC's The Apprentice. If you have been affected by the current job market and are interested in being on the show, she'd love to hear from you!

Click here for a flyer with more details and her contact information.

Thanks, Bobcats!

Congrats to the OHIO men's basketball team for a great postseason, and thanks to the 100+ alumni and friends who came out to watch the game on Saturday.

Brackets? Busted!

OU? Oh yeah! We're not ready to stop dancing!

After stunning Georgetown in round 1 on Thursday night, the Bobcats face Tennessee on Saturday, March 20. UPDATE: Tip-off is scheduled for 3:35 p.m.

All OU alumni & friends are invited to the Harry Buffalo in Lakewood for another game watch party, starting at 3 p.m.

Photos from Thursday's game watch are posted on Facebook: OU - Georgetown Game Watch. We didn't go quite as crazy as the Red Brick, but we had a good time!

Let's Dance

Put your green on and come dancing . . . .

Cleveland Game Watch Party

All OHIO fans are invited to the Harry Buffalo in Lakewood (map) to watch the Bobcats in the first round of the 2010 NCAA Tournament.

The party starts at 6:30; tip-off is scheduled for 7:25 p.m.

Enjoy food & drink specials, win some raffle prizes, and cheer for the 'Cats.

RSVP (so we can give the bar a rough head count) on Facebook: OHIO vs. Georgetown — Game Watch Party or by contacting Amy Hollis (president@clevelandbobcats.com).

Tickets for the Dance

Announcement from OU Athletics:

Tickets for Ohio's NCAA First Round game on Thursday, March 18, are currently on sale.
  • Tickets may be purchased online at www.ohiobobcats.com or by calling the ticket office at 1-800-575-CATS (2287) or 740-593-1300.

  • The deadline for ALL ticket orders is Tuesday, March 16 at noon, eastern standard time.

  • Tickets are $75 for the evening session (Ohio vs. Georgetown at 7:25 p.m. and Tennessee vs. San Diego St which will tip-off approximately 30 minutes after the Ohio game).

  • The ticket allotment distributed to Ohio by the NCAA is extremely limited. Ohio Bobcat Club Members will be guaranteed tickets. Non-Ohio Bobcat Club Members will receive confirmation via e-mail by Tuesday at 1 p.m. if you will NOT be allotted tickets. All credit cards will be charged at the ticket-order deadline of Tuesday, March 16 at noon.

  • All tickets will be available for pick-up at the Dunkin' Donuts Center (Providence, R.I.) starting one-and-a-half hours prior to the Ohio University session.

MAC Tournament Finals: OU vs. Akron

The Bobcats came to Cleveland to do two things: kick some ass and chew some bubblegum ... and they're all out of bubblegum.

After stomping Kent State on Thursday, OU stifled Miami Friday night and will face Akron in the MAC tournament championship game at 6 tonight.

A ticket for the championship game is $32. Student tickets are $10 with a valid student ID.

All tickets must be purchased at Quicken Loans Arena. An Ohio table will be set up at the main entrance to the Arena. By purchasing a ticket at the Ohio table, you will sit in the Ohio fan section and help Ohio reach its mandatory ticket allotment set by the MAC.

Bobcat Bash
There will be a pregame reception at Zocalo (2071 E. 4th Street), beginning at 4 p.m. Enjoy complimentary appetizers and non-alcoholic drinks.

Visit clevelandbobcats.com for more info.

Muck Fiami, Take Two

After dominating #1-seed Kent State last night, OU faces Miami in the second game of tonight's MAC men's basketball tournament semifinals at Quicken Loans Arena.

Let's hope we get another one of these tonight:

A ticket for tonight's session is $32 and includes Ohio's 9:30 p.m. game as well as the 7 p.m. game, Western Michigan vs. Akron. Student tickets are $10 with a valid student ID.

All tickets must be purchased at Quicken Loans Arena for the Semifinal and Final round games. An Ohio table will be set up at the main entrance to the Arena. By purchasing a ticket at the Ohio table, you will sit in the Ohio fan section and help Ohio reach its mandatory ticket allotment set by the MAC.

Pre-Game Party
There will be a pregame reception at Zocalo (2071 E. 4th Street), beginning at 7 p.m. All Ohio fans are encouraged to attend.

Check Ohio Bobcats.com for more information.

Lights, Camera, Action

Trailerpark — a film made entirely by OU students — will be a part of the Cleveland International Film Fest!

For dates, tickets, and information on the three screenings, check out the Cleveland International Film Festival's Web site: clevelandfilm.org/festival

Don't forget that you can also sign up for a private screening with the film's executive producer. Visit Ohio Alumni.org for details and online registration.

Keep up on all the Trailerpark news by becoming a fan on Facebook.

March Madness

The men's basketball team is coming to Cleveland as the #9 seed in the MAC tournament. (Click here for the tournament bracket.)

The Bobcats face the Flashes (coached by OU grad Geno Ford) at 7 p.m. on Thursday, 3/11. For tickets, visit OhioBobcats.com or call 800-575-CATS.

All Bobcat fans are invited to the pre-game festivities at Zocalo (2071 E. 4th St. — within walking distance of Quicken Loans Arena) two hours before tip-off. Enjoy free appetizers and happy hour drink specials while you get ready to cheer on the 'Cats. Pre-register for the Bobcat Bash at OhioAlumni.org.

Moms Weekend 2010

Moms Weekend — one of the most popular events at OU — will be here before you know it!

If you're interested in traveling to Athens for the family weekend, the Parents Club of Greater Cleveland has set up a special package that includes round-trip travel by motor coach and accommodations at Bromley Hall. The package is designed to provide everything you need within a short walk; you can’t get closer to campus!

The cost of the package is very reasonable, but space is limited. Click the links below for reservation information and membership informaation. All forms must be returned to the OU Parents Club no later than March 26, 2010.

If you have any questions or need more information, contact Diane Cerri (216-357-7361, day; 216-408-7700; Diane_Cerri@ohnp.uscourts.gov) or Bob Martin (440-951-0456; remartin1350@oh.rr.com).

Take Us Out to the Ball Game

Pitchers and catchers are reporting in Goodyear, which means it's time for a grumpy Clevelander's fancy to lightly turn to thoughts of spring training.

Make plans to join other Bobcats at the ballpark this summer when the Tribe takes on the Mets on Wednesday, June 16. This is also a "Fill the House for Charity" night that will benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

Before the game, OU alumni, family, and friends are invited to meet up at Flannery's for some pizza and assorted appetizers. (Cash bar available.) The pre-game event starts at 5; first pitch is scheduled for 7:05 p.m.

So, if you've been keeping yourself "busy" at "work" by becoming a fan of Jobu on Facebook, click over to the events calendar on Ohio Alumni.org and reserve your seats. It's just $20 per person (includes game ticket, pre-game event, and a donation to OU scholarships).

Happy Birthday, OU!

Join students, faculty, staff, and alumni around the world in celebrating Ohio University’s 206th birthday by wearing an item of green or white this Friday, Feb. 19.

Click the link below for more information on Founders Day events, including the Convocation, live musical performances, and historical exhibits.

Honoring the past and looking to the future: Founders Day promises to be a day full of history and discovery

Sibs Weekend

Know anyone who wants to head to Athens this weekend? Spots on the bus may still be available!

Several buses leave from the Cleveland and Akron areas on Friday and return on Sunday. Check the Sibs Weekend page on OhioAlumni.org for registration details.

A loaf of bread, a jug of wine, and thou . . .

Celebrate with your sweetie (or drown your sorrows!) at the Valentine's Day Wine Tasting sponsored by the OU Parents Club. Enjoy wines from around the globe along with delicious cheeses and tasty hors d'oeuvres.

Proceeds from the event benefit the club's scholarship fund. The Parents Club traditionally awards $1,200 scholarships each school year to OU students from the Greater Cleveland area. The number of scholarships available depends on the success of the club's fundraisers.

Sunday, February 14
4 to 6 p.m.

Crown Centre Building at I-77 & Rockside Road, Independence

$25 per person; includes donation to the club's scholarship fund

Contact Carol Godec by 2/11/10 to reserve your spot: cgodec1 at roadrunner.com; 216-328-7657