Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Weekly Poop 1/31/18

Roost #44 Poop
  • From the PrezSome members may not be aware that Roost #44 is a member of the Council of Baltimore Raven Roosts. This Council was formed as the successor to the Council of Colt Corrals after the Ravens came to Baltimore in 1996. The Council holds a monthly meeting Catonsville, MD. All Roost presidents or a representative are expected to attend these meetings. Some of the major events that the Council sponsors are the Annual Council Convention and Parade in Ocean City and an annual Bull Roast in Baltimore, which is the prime fund raiser for the Council. The Council also raises significant donations to the Special Olympics of Maryland held at the Polar Bear Plunge at the Bay Bridge and another Plunge held in Western Maryland. Last year, $117,622 was raised by the Council and its members for both Plunges. Dues and funds generated by the Council are donated to various local and regional charities. Since 2007, the Council and its member Roosts have donated over $3,580,067 to charity. In addition, each Roost may apply for charity donation from the Council. Last year Roost #44 was given a $500.00 donation for Diakonia from the Council. At last week's Council meeting, Matthew Judon was present to accept the Council's Unsung Hero Award for 2017.
Currently, the Council has almost 70 members in Maryland, Pennsylvania and Virginia. The Council just approved an application from a city in Germany - Roost #500. Groups from Seattle, Jacksonville and North Carolina are also currently considering applying for membership in the Council.
For more information on the Council, like them on Facebook, go their website at or feel free to ask me for further information.
Remember that we collect plastic grocery bags at every Roost meeting. These bags are used by Diakonia (Local Food Bank & Homeless Shelter) to distribute food contributions to the needy. My white Ford pickup truck is parked in front of OC 360 at every Roost meeting. Simply put your plastic bags (tied up tightly) in the bed of the truck. This is a great way to recycle plastic bags for a good cause.
  • Dates to Remember:
    • Thursday, February 8 – Monthly Roost Meeting
    • Thursday, February 15 – Mini Golf Tournament
    • Saturday, February 17 – St. Patrick’s Day Parade
    • Friday, June 1 – Scholarship Golf Tournament
  • Parade: St. Patrick’s Day parade in OC this year will be Saturday, March 17th. I need to know if you are interested in walking in the parade. Please let me know as quickly as possible so we can get something together. Sorry for the late notice but I have been swamped at work. Thanks, Mary Kendall. Email: Cellphone: 302-236-9617.
  • Entertainment:
    • Mini Golf Tournament: Tentative date and time - Thurs Feb 15, 2018; 7-9pm for golf, food & prizes later at Greene Turtle.
      • Where: Golf at 136th St. indoor venue with beer, wine and soda before and during play
      • Current status: We have 31 signed up - 27 members + 4 non-member guests. Please join us &/or ask your neighbors/friends so we can get to at least 9 foursomes (36). Makes the cost lower + increases the prize money!
      • Format: same as last year: Foursomes of 2 mixed teams of 2 (male/female) - projected cost $25-30pp based on head count.
      • Sign up: Please call Ron 302-436-4790 or so proper planning can be done + a commitment to Old Pro Golf.

Ravens Poop
  • Good daily dose of Ravens news notes and nuggets here. It’s getting to the point where I can hardly stand ESPN, but I do go Jamison Hensley’s Blog here to stay up to date with all of the AFC North news.
  • All the best Orioles news notes and nuggets at Britt's Bird Watch here.

Local Poop
  • Friday - Burgers with Bob of Opposite Directions, Lighthouse Sound Restaurant. Burgers with Bob is Back! Every Friday night in January and February, Bob from Opposite Directions will be playing in our lounge from 6-9pm. A special burger menu will be available on these nights prepared by Chef Joel, plus we will have Happy Hour drinks specials from 4 - 7pm.
  • Sunday - Superbowl Sunday Scramble, Eagles Landing Golf Course. Format: 4-player scramble with a unique scoring format. The team consists of a Coach, Quarterback, Running Back and Wide Receiver. Teams score points in the following manner: Touchdown (eagle) 6 points, Field Goal (birdie) 3 points, Extra Point (par) 1 point and Safety (bogey) –2 points. 30% of the “A” player’s handicap is the team offense. Schedule: Tailgate Brunch Party at 9:00 a.m. Kick-off is at 10:00 a.m. shotgun start. Entry fee is $60 per player, which includes green fees, cart and tailgate party, plus “Throw the Bomb” on the third hole and Melanie’s Blitz Soup served at half-time. Prizes will be awarded for winning teams. Call the pro shop at 410-213-7277 or email Bob Croll at to sign up. Eagles Landing Golf Course.

Funny Poop
  • My neighbor. She’s single. She’s shapely. She’s beautiful and lives right across the street. I can see her place from my kitchen window. I watched as she got home from work this evening. I was surprised when she walked across the street, up my driveway, and knocked on the door. I opened the door, she looked at me and said, “I just got home, and I have this strong urge to have a good time, dance, get drunk, and have sex tonight. Are you doing anything?”
    I quickly replied, “Nope, I’m free!”
    Great”, she said, “can you watch my dog?”

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