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Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Friends of the Judy Bolton series books will meet in Coudersport on Friday and Saturday, October 9 and 10.

Judy Bolton Weekend - 2009

Friends of the Judy Bolton series books will meet in Coudersport
on Friday and Saturday, October 9 and 10.

A get-together reception will be held at the Coudersport
Chamber of
Commerce Office/John White Studio on E.
2nd Street on Friday, October 9
at 4:00 P.M.

Also, at the reception persons may sign-up for Saturday
tour, box
lunch and dinner.

The Friday evening home-cooked buffet dinner will be at
5:30 PM at
Klein’s Family Century Farm in Mina, PA
(owned by Karl & Ilene
Altenhein). At the Altenhein’s
you will get to visit their restored farm house

and to view one outstanding piece of furniture, a hand
carved secretariat,
that was made by Margaret Sutton’s
father and grandfather. Reservations
may be made in
advance by calling the Altenhein’s at (814) 274-9798.

This year the group will focus on the 10th book in the
series, namely,
The Riddle of the Double Ring published
in 1937. In this book, Judy’s
secret engagement plunges
her into a riddle which seems to have
no answer.
Dedication for this book is: To Our Adventurous New

Friend, Marilyn Berndt.

A tour is planned for Saturday, and will leave from The
Westgate Inn
at 9:00 A.M. (sign-up available on Friday
evening) and will conclude back
in Coudersport
approximately 3:30 PM.

Sites to be visited include: Farringdon Pett Mansion,
EO Austin Home
Society/Museum, Austin School,
Austin Dam, Margaret’s childhood home
and her Aunt
Glady’s home, as well as the Inez Cemetery (Margaret’s
resting place).

This year the group will gather at the Odin Grange at
5:00 PM for
a Memorial Service (to honor and memorialize
our beloved friend,
John Axe). Dinner will follow at
Galeotti’s Restaurant, Main St., Austin.
Persons interested
in further information may contact Peg Rotello


Anonymous said...

Probably the secret is not supposed to be revealed but Michael Bolton is attending at least the Saturday portion of this program as part of a family genealogy project with Judy Bolton. I hope that people don't bug him for autographs and all that celebrity pressure because this is not a publicity event but a family history search.

Anonymous said...

I'm with you there 4:40 writer.
When Billy Joel would visit town to see his friend George Buchsen he never had a chance to relax. He had to come in the back door at the Buckboard and stay in the kitchen because people pestered him. And here is some trivia speaking of celebrities. President Jimmy Carter went fishing in Potter County and nobody knew it until he was back on the job in Washington. I hope that Michael Bolton has a relaxing and fulfilling and private experience here without fans mobbing him.

Anonymous said...

I need to tell about the time Billy Joel was in Jim and Hilda's with his friend George Buchsen. A lady from the American Legion came in selling poppies for Poppy Day. She did not recognize him and he said he would buy a poppy. Then he said can I have two for the price of one and she said sure. And so he handed her two one hundred dollar bills and she about fainted. It was funny to see him sitting there with George and nobody knew who he was, except thta he was a friend of Georges.
I am hoping too that Michael Bolton can just enjoy Judy Bolton days and not hassled.

Anonymous said...

That was my mother-in-law who got the $200 from Billy Joel when he bought the poppies and she was so excited she could hardly speak about it!