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2009 Presidents Day Schedule Announced!

Posted By: George Washington 10 February 2009 178 views One Comment

After weeks of planning and reconnoitering the terrain, The Presidents Day Society is happy to present the 2009 schedule of events and toasts.

The most notable change in this year’s schedule as it compares to previous years is the formal addition of the Colorado State Capitol.  In our inaugural year of 2007, we stopped at the capitol on a whim to capture a quick photo.  In subsequent years it has become a favorite stop of the group for more photos, to bump into our legislators, and further our goal of reminding the public of the day’s importance.  This year, we will actually be allowed inside the capitol and be given a tour.

The Society’s general health and pursuit of happiness is recognized this year in that we will be starting the day an hour earlier at 7:00am.  A closed session meeting at what is being titled “the assembly point” will allow for the introduction of our new members and a moment to reflect on the day’s events.  While there are some afternoon changes with respect to our choice in public houses, the day’s highlight, a few sporting games of bowling, still anchors the schedule. 

President Theodore Roosevelt said, “Far and away the best prize that life offers is the chance to work hard at work worth doing.”  We’re hoping 2009 will hold a similar opportunity for The Society.  So, come out, tip a pint or two with us, take a photo, or engage in a lively debate with your favorite president. 

Mr. Reagan, Washington, Grant, and Eisenhower plan an assault.

Mr. Reagan, Washington, Grant, and Eisenhower plan an assault.

The Presidents Day Society 2009 Schedule of Events & Toasts

7:00 AM - Assemble at the Rallying Point
8:00 AM - Breakfast at Sam’s No. 3
10:00AM - Tour the Capitol
11:00AM - Monaco Lanes
1:30 PM - Cheeky Monk
3:00 PM - Irish Snug
4:30 PM - Streets of London
5:30 PM - PS Lounge

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  • Thomas Jefferson said:

    Happiness is not being pained in body or troubled in mind.

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