The 2017 Summer Board meeting is now over. We got a great deal accomplished yesterday and the minutes of the meeting will be forthcoming. We would like to thank the Stafford Elks Lodge #151 for allowing us into their home to have our meeting. Thank you so very much for your help and hospitality. A special THANK YOU to all the Houston CASI members for everything you contributed yesterday. Greg and Mandy Lindsey with the help of Kent Cavender, Cary Plocheck, Ken Armand, and Nancy Draper prepared a fantastic breakfast for the gallery and directors,Thank you all. Then for lunch Ed and Mayo Blair with the help of Max Reed, Pat Krenek, Sherrie Davis, Earl Gorhum and Nancy Draper fixed us a great lunch, bbq with all the trimmings. Thank you all...It was a long day but a productive day. We would like to thank the all the CASI members that attended as well. Thank you for your involvement. Now we shift our attention the 2017 GP Meeting in Virginia. Thank you all again for everything you have done and continue to do.
The Sho-Me Pod will be hosting a bin for harvesters at Gail’s Harley Davidson Christmas in July event.
We have pledged to fill a barrel full canned corn however we would like to collect enough corn to overfill the barrel. The event will be held July 15th at Gail’s Harley Davidson in Grandview, MO.
We would like to “SHO” Missouri what chili cooks can do when we band together. Gail’s Harley Davidson has gone all out to support and hold the best cook off in the mid-west, th...ey work with us in funding the cook off, donating any product we may need to run chili feeds in the weeks preceding out cook off. They promote, and supplying plaques, sound systems and man power just to name a few.
Gail’s has gone above and beyond to support SHO-ME pod and CASI’s mission of chili, charity and fun. Now they are asking for our support.
How can you help?
1. Bring canned corn to the SHO-ME Pod cook off on July 9,2017 in Lee’s Summit MO.
2. Drop off your donation at Gail’s Harley Davidson in Grandview MO.
3. But if you want to help but cannot physically get there. You can go to the GO-FUND ME PAGE (100%of donations will go to buying canned corn to donate to harvesters)
Let us show the Mid-West what CASI is all about!!
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