It's that thyme again. The fennel date has been set. The Sixteenth Annual Dinner of the International Save the Pun Foundation will take plates on April 1st in Chicago.
Lettuce just say that if you carrot all for wordplay, you should turnip. (If you've bean before, you know it's a gas!) Where else can you find tables set with spoonerisms and knaves? Forks from all over the country will be letting the good tines roll.
Come laugh all the way to the Bankwit. We trust it will be an evening of fund endgames that you will always treasure. (And if you don't, it's not our vault.) Save the date--don't spend the evening a loan. Come check it out. It's clear you'll be bouncing off the walls. We're accounting on you to be there. Bring your relatives--especially your finance. (If you're considering not coming, we hope you will coin a flip and change your mind.)
The event will be held up at the Como Inn, 546 N. Milwaukee Avenue in Chicago on Sunday, April 1st , 2001. It begins with a cash bar at 5 pm, followed by dinner, entertainment, and pun contests. To capital off, Boston-based filmmaker and comedian Gary Roma will be on the bill to receive the "Punster of the Year" award.
Following tradition, chairwoman Joyce Heitler promises to dress in visual puns. (And in all these years, she's never broker promise.) The reigning Pun-Up Queen challenges other attendees to top her achievements, which include a Bible Belt, a Coke Cane, and Bear Feet. (Come invest, if you like.)
Tickets are $40 per person. But chew butter make your reservations soon. People are dine to get tickets to this event. Baste a pan pasta eggs pear rhea hens, tickets usury go quickly, so reserve yours today. Water you waiting for? Stop pudding it off! Spice is limited!
Contact Joyce Heitler, teller of your interest and safe you want to come. Joyce can beer reached at JAHeitler@aol.com. Note: we will C youth heir! Till then!
(Written by Gary Roma)