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    Volleyballjerry June 8, 2006, 7:06 p.m. (Message 45471)

    Should you plan to be in Southern California in August...
    It's time to mark your calendars and make ready those blue muumuus and 
    assorted Hawaiian garb for the one time each year when flowered prints and tartan 
    plaids blend in perfect harmony.  It's once again the San Gabriel Valley 
    Branch's annual
    Scottish Luau
    Saturday, August 19th, 7:30 p.m.
    Saint Barnabas Episcopal Church
    2109 Chickasaw Avenue
    Eagle Rock District of Los Angeles
    $6.00 RSCDS / $8.00 nonmember
    The Chief of *Anahola's Rule  BJ
    Bubbles in the Lagoon  IS
    The *Ala Moana Reel  AJ
    Sleepless in *Woodlawn  IS
    The *Pali Airdrome  IR
    Blue *Muumuus  BJ  
    The *Sand Island Bridge of Honolulu  IS  
    The Tiki Torch of the North  AJ  
    The Sunny Winter   AS
    The Rule of the Royal Hawaiians  BR
    My Mother's Paddling In  BR
    Casting Fishnets   IS
    *Poi and *Taro Chips  AJ
    *Liliuokalani's Strathspey  IS
    The *Haole *Wahine  IJ
    Flights of *Nenes  IJ
    Duncan The Gray Whale  IR
    *Anahola is a small town on the northeast coast of Kauai.
    *Ala Moana is the district of Honolulu between downtown and Waikiki.  It has 
    long been the location of a large well-known shopping center.
    *Woodlawn is a residential district of Honolulu upstream from Waikiki and 
    below Sugarloaf.
    *Pali means cliff in the Hawaiian language.
    *Muumuu is the loose traditional Hawaiian dress originally designed by 
    missionaries to cover what they deemed excessive native female exposure.
    *Sand Island separates Honolulu Harbor from the Pacific; on it are a state 
    recreational area and a Coast Guard base.
    *Poi is the traditional Hawaiian staple made from wetland taro roots; dryland 
    taro is used for fried chips.
    *Queen Liliuokalani was the last reigning monarch of Hawaii as an independent 
    *Haole means Caucasian in the Hawaiian language (all of whom or whose 
    ancestors are of course relatively recent immigrants); wahine means woman ("lass").
    *The nene, a.k.a. Hawaiian goose, is the state bird.
    [The Lord of Atholl's Reel, Bubbles in the Pond, the Alexandria Reel, 
    Sleepless in Brentwood, the Palindrome, Blue Bonnets, the Dean Bridge of Edinburgh, 
    The Lantern of the North, The Gloomy Winter, the Reel of the Royal Scots, My 
    Mother's Coming In, Casting Glances, Rice and Lefse, Linnea's Strathspey, The 
    Immigrant Lass, Flights of Fancy, Duncan Gray]
    (directions to the location gladly upon request)
    Robb Quint
    Thousand Oaks, CA, USA

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