Saturday, July 8, 2017

July 15 Meeting: The Parkinson's Summer Potluck at the Singing Fiddle Ranch

Hello Friends, The next meeting of the Anchorage Parkinson's Disease Support Group will be our annual Summer potluck. As per ancient APDSG tradition, the shindig will take place at the usual time, 3:30 in the afternoon. The place will, however, be at the unusual home of Peter and Pamela Dunlap-Shohl, 9601 Elmore Road, aka the Singing Fiddle Ranch!
To get there, follow these simple directions. Head for the intersection of  Elmore Road and Abbott road, just West of Service High School. At the intersection you will come to a stop light. At the light go South on Elmore about a quarter mile. Our long driveway will appear on your left, about halfway up a small but steep hill, immediately after you pass a large house also on your left, with a green metal roof with a yard enclosed by a chain-link fence. Our house is small, also has a green metal roof, and cedar siding. We have plenty of parking., so drive on in.
This is traditionally a pot-luck, so bring whatever you like to share, I will provide a main dish, paper plates, plastic utensils and cups, so if I were you, I'd bring salad, chips, relishes, drinks or dessert. But no reasonable food will be refused!

Extra points if you bring a food that is part of an anti-PD diet. This would include richly colored veggies and fruits, (especially blue berries) wild-caught salmon, and foods seasoned with curry powder (Turmeric.) Coffee and green tea are also believed to have anti-PD properties.

I think that covers it, but if you have questions, please call me at 350-9691.  See you next Saturday,

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