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Monday, July 17, 2006

127 Yard Sale and a Community Dinner

Lots of things to do involving Boulder Belt the first weekend of August.

First up is the 127 yard sale. We will be sellin' hard from Aug 3rd through Aug 6th, likely from dawn to dusk. we will have produce, crafts and yard sale items we have collected over the years...lots of yard sale items. Plus we have several other vendors showing up who will have things like handmade glass bead jewelry, dulcimers, knives, baked goods and who knows what else.

If you want a spot on 127 to sell your stuff give me a buzz for details.


• Thursday, August 3, 5:00- 7:30 pm

Featuring Marshall Burke, Oxford Resident, MOON member, former

executive chef at the Hotel Intercontinental Miami FL and former Food

Director at the 5-Star, 7000-acre, Casa de Campo Resort in the Dominican


• Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 25 East Walnut St., Oxford

• $14 per adult, $6 per child under 12 yrs., free for children 3 yrs. &


• Extra parking available in the city garage one block away

• Questions? Call Amy at 523-4981 or Bernadette at 523-3990

• Carry out available

• Uptown concert that night too!

"Chef Mars" recipes for the summer dinner have been especially created

to take advantage of the seasonal produce that will be available from

local growers.

Curried Eggplant Salad

Cucumber Sunomono Salad

Grilled Chicken "Chimichurri" (an Argentinean sauce)

Vegetarian Pasta Station

Peach-Strawberry Shortcake

This is a fund raiser and membership drive to help move us toward our

goal of opening a member-owned natural foods and products cooperative

storefront. We must have more members before we can apply for a bank

loan to open the store. Please encourage the people you know to join.


I doubt we will be able to attend this dinner but we will have food there. we are shareholders in MOON and support what they do and maybe someone at the yard sale can break away and bring back a lot of carryout. but just because we cannot attend dowes not mean You cannot attend (unless you are hundreds of miles away from Oxford, OH). Chef Mars has an impressive resume and I have met him now several times now and he seems to be a good guy. I wish I could help out doing prep work for this dinner with him. I used to cook in fine dinning restarants for a living and get a real kick out of doing restarant work every once in a while. Oh well, perhaps he will do another MOON dinner at a time I can volunteer my services

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