Registration Deadline Nearing for North Dakota Good Sam Club to Samboree.
August 15, 2007
For Immediate Release
Public Relations Contacts:
Good Sam Club/Affinity Group, Inc.
North Dakota State Director
Calzone & Associates
337-235-2924, ext. 2
Registration Deadline Nearing for North Dakota Good Sam Club to Samboree
Jamestown, North Dakota – August 8, 2007 - RVers from throughout North Dakota and parts beyond are gearing up for the annual summer Samboree hosted by the North Dakota Good Sam Club. Slated to take place August 23-25, 2007 at the Civic Center in Jamestown, ND, anyone interested in taking part in the festivities is encouraged to register soon by contacting Don and Dona Strube at email@example.com or visit http://www.geocities.com/ndgoodsam/samboree.htm for more information.
Early bird arrival will begin on August 21, 2007 with a potluck dinner being held that night. On Thursday, August 23, 2007, there will be a tour of the DuraTech Operations where farm equipment is manufactured as well as seminars by Butler Machinery on diesel engine maintenance, the Jamestown Fire Department on RV Fire Safety, and Sondra Nelson, a Mary Kay Representative on skincare and make-up. Opening ceremonies will take place on Thursday night, beginning at 7 p.m. featuring the Jamestown Drum and Bugle Corps and the annual parade of flags.
Friday, August 24, 2007 events include a free bagel breakfast, a golf tournament, tours to the Stutsman County Memorial Museum and the Lutz Mansion Memorial Museum, a seminar on tire maintenance by Northwest Tires, a ladies tea, and a pie social. The nightly entertainment will feature a performance by The Spiritwood Creek band, a band specializing in bluegrass music.
The events on Saturday, August 25, 2007 include a free pancake and sausage, an RV cooking class, a seminar by Satellite Technologies on mobile satellite television, and a tour of the National Buffalo Museum. A banquet for all attendees will take place at 5:00 p.m. followed by entertainment by Ron and Opal Erickson from Branson, Missouri.
Additional events scheduled to take place throughout the weekend include silent auctions, games, morning walks, Dogs for the Deaf raffle and drawings for door prizes.
On Sunday, August 26, 2007, the samboree will conclude with free bagels and rolls for breakfast and a Sunday service conducted by the State Chaplain. Closing ceremonies will take place immediately following the Sunday morning services.