Greetings
May 30, 2010 - June 5, 2010
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June 5, 2010




To: Randy Pike
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, DADDY! May your new bionic hips and back get you through the next 55 years with just as many laughs, adventures, and fun times as the first.
—Amanda Haymore



To: Randy Pike
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, DADDY! May your new bionic hips and back get you through the next 55 years with just as many laughs, adventures, and fun times as the first.
—Amanda Haymore



To: Randy Pike
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, DADDY! May your new bionic hips and back get you through the next 55 years with just as many laughs, adventures, and fun times as the first.
—Amanda Haymore



To: Rachel Young
I wanted to tell you: happy 6th anniversary honey, on my favorite radio show; it makes listening even more warm and fuzzy!
—Brian Young



To: Garrison Keillor
Hello, My wife is one of many nurses that seeks patient safety. You have loved and thanked them before. Will you remark again? Thanks much
—Brad Bergie



To: DAVE from Wickford,RI
Happy 60th Birthday - to the guy who didn't want a surprise party or any hoop-la! Hope this doesn't count as a surprise! We love you! Deirdre,Jack & Mac
—Deirdre Wrenn

June 4, 2010




To: Richard and Yvonne Hegeman
Happy Mother's/Father's Day to Yvonne and Richard Hegeman. We thought you'd enjoy this show more than a lutefisk dinner... love, your kids
—myndi hegeman



To: Dan Walker
Happy Birthday, Dad. I hope you and mom are having fun seeing the show live. [June 5]. If you go out for a drink afterwards, please let mom drive. Don't forget to pick me up at work at 9:15. And hello to grandma and grandpa. Love, Samara
—Samara Geiger



To: Aileen Brekke
Mom, You stood us up for the show when you got a last-minute invitation from God you just couldn't refuse. We understand. Hope the entertainment is as good there; we know they've now at least one class act in their midst. Love, Your Family
—Julie Brekke



To: Al & Betty Rose
Congratulations to Alfred and Betty Rose who are celebrating their 79th Wedding Anniversary June 7th. Both 100 years old, they'll be taking a limo ride down memory lane courtesy of the Elizabeth Scott Home. Still sharp, still walking, and still salting their V-8! Become a fan of "100 and still married: Al & Betty Rose" on facebook!
—Helen Harrigan

June 3, 2010




To: Aimee
Mom and Dad send greetings to Aimee, Eric, and Baby Kai. We are moving in next week to recoup tuition we paid to UCSB.
—Richard Allen



To: Aimee
Mom and Dad send greetings to Aimee, Eric, and Baby Kai. Just to let you know we are moving in next week to recoup all the tuition we paid to UC Santa Barbara for you.
—Richard Allen



To: Janet
Mom, I'm biking from Baltimore to Columbus, raising money for cancer research the whole way. Strap your wig on tight and stock up the Jeni's.
—Michael Blau



To: Cruise Tablemates - 135
To our three-pete 135 tablemates from APHC Cruise, wishing you were all here in Santa Barbara enjoying the show and sunshine along with us. Let's plan on meeting for the Street Dance/Meatloaf dinner this coming fall! It will be the last fling before Jan gets her new knee.
—Ted Norris



To: Tony Iovinetti
Happy Birthday Tony - hope the next 32 years are just as good to you! Love, Teal
—Teal McClure

June 1, 2010




To: Tom Dorcey
Happy 75th Birthday, Dad. Wish we could celebrate with you, but we'll see you soon. Love from Chuck, Liz, Eric, and Chris
—Liz Dorcey
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