We were able to put our PowerPoint presentation up on the big screen at the Rosebud Cinema Drafthouse on Saturday morning, Oct. 13. We managed to overcome a few hurdles, such as a sound system that was on the fritz (I projected very well, I am told) and a leaky roof on the rainy morning. Fortunately, the leak was to the right of the screen and not right where I wanted to stand. Although I guess we would have adjusted anyway we needed.
The Rosebud is a great place to sit in comfy sofas and watch movies while eating some great food and drink.
I was excited to see old friends like Peter Wilt, Joy Olson and Matt Anderson, as well as parents of former classmates such as Inge Adams and Mrs. Chirichigno. I also got to meet one of Buddy’s relatives, Jim Armstrong, whose father, Gaylord, was raised by Buddy’s parents, Art and Florence, in the house I grew up in — many years before I moved in.
It was neat getting to speak at a theater where I first saw “Young Frankenstein” while in high school.
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