The Texas 4000 riders were in Abilene, Texas last night. Once a major cattle town, Abilene is now a modern city. And today they are heading toward Lubbock in the Panhandle.

Friday, June 7–SOB members meet the Texas 4000 at Eldorado at 2:00 p.m. and lead them to their hotel in the Rail Yard district.

Friday, June 7–Join the Texas 4000 and the University of Texas alumni at the Las Campanas Country Club for social time and dinner. The time has been adjusted from previous posts. The social hour begins at 5:30 and dinner is at 6:30. The cost is $60 per person for the dinner and checks are accepted payable to the alumni when you arrive at the Country Club. The cost is around what a similar dinner in town might cost. The dinner is always great with lots of food. Tables for eight are located in the dinning room and members of the Texas 4000 arrange for their members to scatter among the tables so that we all have a chance for conversation with them during dinner. At your table, you might be sitting next to Madeline Keist, a junior majoring in management systems. Madeline is from a large family and finds her brothers and parents to be very supportive. She is interested in environment and social living programs and she lives in The House of Commons, a residence of cooperative living, with fellow students who are focused on social structures. She is dedicating her ride to her grandmother who died of cancer recently, and who was, unfortunately, a smoker.

Please notify me at that you will attend the dinner and the names of any guests you are bringing. Important that the Club know how many will be at the dinner.

Look for more information at this web site in the coming days.

Submitted by Bill Pollock


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