The current installment of the COEC began meeting in 2007.

We are currently on a "break," for no particular reason, and many little reasons - mostly pertaining to life circumstances. If anyone is interested in calling a meeting, feel free to post on the blog, join the google group (see link below) and send an email, or contact either Nancy (nancykj10@yahoo.com) or Jesse (schroeder.jesse@gmail.com) for more information.

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Community Night at Miller's

March 17    4-6pm 

179 Bridgeport Way, Delaware, OH 43015

Please join us as we share a meal and share updates from our personal journeys in an effort to enhance our sense of community.

Meal:  We will provide the main entree which in honor of St. Patrick's Day will have a Irish connection of some sort.

Please RSVP and inform us as to which sides, snacks or desserts you will be able to contribute.

We will share communion.

Hope everyone will be able to make it!


Kellye said...

We plan to be there! Not sure what we will bring yet but will post by tomorrow morning with more details. Please post if you are planning to come.

Kellye said...

We'll bring crockpot macaroni and cheese to share.

nikkita said...

We'll be there. Possibly with some beer bread (I know soda is technically more irish) or some other side.

Nick Johnson said...

I will be there. Not sure with what just yet. I do have some Jameson left over if we're going Irish.

Kara Newby said...

as of right now we are plannning on being there without Adam- so me and the boys we'll see if that works out. not sure what we will bring. maybe a salad or some kind of veggie.

Kara Newby said...

Can also do a dessert if that is better..... Also have a cabbage and can do sautéed cabbage depending on what Mary is doing... Just wondering what would be best.

Scot said...

Mary says dessert would be better. She is making Irish beef stew with mashed potatoes & corned beef sandwiches.

Kara Newby said...

Ok, I'll do a dessert.

Nick Johnson said...

I am bringing stuff to make hot toddys, my favorite Irish cocktail and perfect for a chilly night (black tea, lemon, honey, little Jameson whiskey, yumm.)