From The Page (November, 1988):
On December 3, the Province of Southern Shores will be hosting their annual Get Your Jingles Out revel. The theme this year is stags (deer, stags, harts, etc.) Bring banners and table decorations appropriate to the theme. The site is the Orchard City Grange Hall in Cambell (same site as last year-see map below). There will be dancing and games and other such merry making. Site fee is $3.50. The site opens at 2:30 pm, with dinner at 6 pm, and the hall closes at 1 :00 am. There will be a table decoration contest (stags), sponsored by Jania of Call Duck Manor, an Edible Bells Subtlety Contest sponsored by Ingrid the Fair, a Chocolate Dessert contest, and a sweat liqueur, Cordial contest, both of which will have the judgeships auctioned off. The proceeds from the auction will benefit the Gull. A second annual Best Cut for Hole in the Wall will be sponsored by last year's winner, Michael of Worchester. There may be other contests yet to be announced. We will also be having a gift exchange, so bring a gift (under $5.00). There will be a pot luck, bring a dish for approximately six to eight people. The breakdown for dishes is as follows, by legal last name: A-F, salads, veggies; G-R, main dishes; S-Z, desserts). Bring your own drinks, bread will be provided. This is a semi dry site -- only champagne is allowed. There is limited parking at the site. For more information, please contact any of the following autocrats: Jania of Call Duck Manor (phone), Ingrid the Fair (phone), or Cillene MacRorie (phone).
From The Page (December, 1988):
(Most of the event copy is the same, except for this over the "DIRECTIONS"):
The site for this event has changed. It is now the Saratoga Fire Hall at (address) in Saratoga. If you have any questions about getting to this site, please call the autocrat, Cillene MacRorie at (phone).
Description of this event (if any), taken from The Page, or from memory of at least one person who attended the event.
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