18 September, 1964
It’s fall again and time to sing again.
This year will mark our l5th Anniversary. While I do not propose any undue sentimentality about this milestone, it is a rather formidable fact that we remain viable if not intact. What I am really saying is that this would be a particularly unfortunate year to stop singing together.
If the thought has run across any of your minds during the long summer (and it has crossed my own), banish the thought. I feel strongly that we can yet enjoy each other’s weekly company, make occasionally satisfying musical sounds, double up over Wes! and Louie!s jokes and brighten up the lives of sundry audiences. I’d like to try, anyway.
I have a specific, not-too-ambitious, proposal to make regarding the 15th Anniversary celebration–we can talk about it and other ideas-
Wednesday, September 23rd, 8:45 P.M.
S H A R P
. . . at my house — 3248 Rittenhouse Street, NW. Best regards, I’m looking forward to seeing you all after the hot hectic summer.