quarantine diaries, v7
|26 October 2020|
the MOJO membership paid dues for this year, we
all had high hopes for another year of great entertainment. A very
active virus changed plans and so we all went into a holding pattern. As
2020 winds down, we�re still awaiting the widespread confidence needed
for a full resumption of MOJO activities but we have our fingers
In light of dues paid for a year of biding our time, the MOJO board of directors has decided to grandfather in all paid 2020 members for the year 2021. That means if you paid for 2020, you're good to go for the upcoming year. It only seem fair by our measure.
We are currently working projects to bring the magic of Gulf Coast jazz to the music lovers who make up our MOJO family, so stay tuned. MOJO will mark its 20th anniversary in 2021 and we hope to be celebrating it in the most joyous and communal manner possible.
Thanks for all you've done to make MOJO such a success. Stay safe and keep your MOJO workin'!
Member (and self-confessed Halloween aficionado)
When you're trying to set up Halloween decorations and you realize...hey, there are no skeletons.
So, I'm outta here and on a mission to find some. Hold on...I'll be back.
|Mike and I at our 50th wedding anniversary||Hey, quit clowning around and get that dog outta here!||Caught these guys trying to break into our mailbox||Peeping Tom's Bones|
MOJO JAZZ OUTING!
"Jazz on the Roof" Part Deux
The Cedric Brooks Project
Sunday, 11.8.20, 6pm
Central Presbyterian Church, 1260 Dauphin St., Mobile, AL
Admission - $10 donation (Park off-site & entry)|$15 donation (Entry & on-site parking. Limit 30 vehicles)
Bring seating . Fenced playground for the kids . Battle Table Food Trailer . Beverages
Benefit for The Food Pantry @ Central
John Holmes Smith IV
|KEEP YOUR MOJO WORKIN'!|
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