Glad you got it.
6/26 5:30pm The Oaks
7/3 5:30pm Shorewood Park
7/10 5:30pm West Park
6/25 5:30pm Trinity Links
7/2 5:30pm Community Park
7/9 5:30pm Highland Park
6/22 11:00am West Park
7/6 11:00am Shorewood Park
7/13 11:00am Trinity Links
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Most people your age Frank sleep like that normally. Sleeping in is also a common thing in life. You my friend have done a superb job of beating this thing! Those numbers are awesome and I'm thrilled for you! Keep up the good work Frank. It's pretty safe to say that those prayers you have been asking for have been received. So deserving!
You two are far too young and hip for me.Yes Mr. Elf I believe your right. You have been around much longer then us. Let's share your history with everyone lol lol lol:
In early modern and modern folklore, Elves become associated with the fairies of the 19-century Romantic portrayal of English folklore and assume a diminutive size, often living underground in hills or rocks, or in wells and springs. 19th-century Romanticism attempted to restore them to full stature, often depicting them as very young, probably adolescent (lack of facial hair on male elves), men and women of great beauty. From their depiction in Romanticism, elves entered the 20th-century high fantasy genre in the wake of the publications of J. R. R. Tolkien, especially the posthumous publication of his Silmarillion where Tolkien's treatment of the relation of light elves, dark elves, black elves and dwarves in Norse mythology is made explicit. The elf is now-and has been for years-associated with Christmas acting as "Santa's little helpers."
I'm learning more and more about you Mr.Elf. Very interesting. lol
So I am having this thought that J Town should have an Ace Race.... I have looked into it and basically the cost of the tourney is 25 - 30 dollars... everyone will get a brand new disc and play with that disc only.... The top three events will get a basket from Discraft. The winner of the ace race will get a grand prize of a new bag and 8 new discs from Discraft. Let me know what everyones thoughts are. This is a good way we can Raise money for J town disc golf club..... we bring out all of our members and I think we will be a hard event to beat.....Great idea! Shorewood would probably be a good course for a ace race. Wouldn't have to shorten the holes to much there. I'm in on that if it happens. Ace races rock.
I was wondering if someone from Fox Valley would be responding to the shot glass comment........Why?
The battle starts now my brother from another mother! $240 this weekend at the Montgomery Fest. Then Blaine hits a $17,500 basketball shot from three quarters court long. Nothing but net! Are we still filling that swimming pool with a shot glass my brother?! lol lol
I want to start out with this board gives me a place to vent & welcome & praise the the support I'm getting. I'm a little down right now with a friend said it's only cancer. A tear comes to my eye when i think of what I've done in helping with Ill. State. I forget his name Bingham or Bangham was huge for getting the tees ready. It's sad but in an instant all that work is history. Thanks again Dean Bingham, I know his name, Bangham is for his puts.Vent my friend! You have come a long way. Keep up the good work Frank! I am amazed at your ability to fight off the evil forces. When I pulled up at Illinois State and saw you weed whacking before the tournament, it made me smile. Your not going anywhere my friend! Your a fighter and a winner, and a World Champion!
« on: August 03, 2010, 01:15:46 PM »
Agree! Brian welcomes everybody. What a nice gentle giant. Had a fun time playing with Brian last year at Lemon Lake. He can still bomb em.
The entire Chicago Blackhawks organization is awesome. Here's the autographs on the Glo Buzz for the 2011 Ice Bowl raffle:
1. Rocky Wirtz-Blackhawks Owner. Stanley Cup Winner
2. John McDonough-Blackhawks President. Stanley Cup Winner
3. Stan Bowman-Blackhawks General Manager. Stanley Cup Winner
4. Eric Nesterenko!-My favorite. Played from 1956-1972 and won the cup with Bobby in 1961. Very physical player with a nickname "Elbows".
5. Bobby Hull-Owns all sorts of records. First millionaire contract in sports history when he left for Winnipeg. Had the best shot of them all. Stanley Cup Winner and a truly nice guy who will steal your wife if you're not looking and drink your last beer!
6. Brent Seabrook-Gold medalist and Stanley Cup Winner. Solid player for years to come!
7. Dennis Savard-Stanley Cup Winner with all sorts of records with the Hawks, Best spin-o-rama in the game.
8. Brian Campbell-Stanley Cup Winner. Couldn't wait to get him back for the Cup run and get Buff off the blue line.
9. Dave Bolland-The Rat! Stanley Cup Winner Instrumental in keeping the oppositions best scorer intact!
These autographs weren't easy and there are stories behind every one. What a wild ride it was!
There will be pictures to prove authentication of the autographs included with the Buzz along with a Blackhawks Convention backpack and official pass.
We had a great time meeting these great people and can't wait for the 2011 season!
Thanks again J-Town for one of my funnest tournaments ever. I just hope that Illinois State can be there every year. Great accomodations with one of the best courses around. Gary Lewis is the best. Great job Jesse and everyone who helped! What a team!
Had a great time! Thanks a ton J-Town for making that happen. Trophies were unreal. Thanks Ray, Jason, Dean, and all others who helped. Had 2 great cards, good shooting Ray, and it's always a pleasure to be in the one of a kind house that Frank built! Can't wait for Illinois State at Highland!