Tell your California friends

Bay Area Pennsylvanians to hold
annual ‘Groundhog Party’

The 1998 Groundhog Party will be held Saturday, February 7, at the Palo Alto Elks on El Camino Real about midway between San Jose and San Francisco

The party will include a reception, a Pennsylvania Dutch dinner featuring chicken pot pie, Lebanon bologna, soft pretzels and other indigenous foods, Pennsylvania music and songs, dancing, a raffle and silent auction, and a six foot groundhog.

Cost of the event is $30 for members and $34 for nonmembers. For tickets and information call Donna at 1-408-243-1102

Theme of the 1998 event is "Pennsylvania, a Great Place to Visit." Entertainment will include tourist information on historic and recreational places to visit in our home state and a skit on how Punxsutawney Phil helped Milton Hershey start his Chocolate Factory

Club information is available from Jack Mallory, president, Groundhog Club of Silicon Valley, 12258 Kirkdale Drive, Saratoga, CA 95070, 1-408-252-7447. An Erie native, his email address is Mallory58@aol.com.

About the Groundhog Club of Silicon Valley

The Groundhog Club of Silicon Valley was established in February 1990 by nostalgic Pennsylvanians living in the San Francisco to San Jose area.

The main club purpose is to conduct an annual Pennsylvania Groundhog Party to celebrate our home state. We salute Punxsutawney Phil, eat real Pennsylvania food, listen to Pennsylvania music, keep alive our traditions, meet other Pennsylvanians, and help the community with a charity raffle and silent auction.

The Silicon Valley Chapter of the Penn State Alumni Association has cosponsored this event since its beginning. Other Pennsylvania groups are welcome to join as cosponsors. The membership is 190 members


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     Jon Kennedy 1997