Got the sad news today that Elenore ‘Momma’ McGurie is going under hospice care. She has undergone surgery on her kidneys a couple of times recently but it apparently isn’t working. She has other non-treatable problems and the outlook isn’t good.
Momma McGuire, 91, has been an honorary member of the Gluttons since 1971. Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire McGuire family.
The 47th annual Glutton Memorial Day Pignic will take place this Sunday, May 28, 1017. People generally start arriving around 11 or 12 and it usually goes until the wee hours of Monday morning.
There’ll be food and drink, games, laughter, and lies told by the keg as we kick off the summer season at the Glutton Club. Don’t miss it!
The menu will include the usual: pork steaks, chicken breasts, brats, hot dogs, baked potatoes, baked beans, veggies, corn on the cob, coleslaw, chips and dips, beer and soda and maybe a dessert or two.
Cost is $20 for adults, $10 for non-drinkers and kids 6 to 20, with kids under 6 FREE. Bring the family and we’ll see you Sunday.
The Gluttons are once again going to get a party room at Busch Stadium on Tuesday, April 18th (7:15 game) to watch the Cardinals battle the Pittsburgh Pirates. The room is all inclusive, meaning food, beer and soda are included. Cost for the night is $65 per person.
Contact Mike Green (314-737-6675) if you want to attend. As usual, a limited number of tickets are available, so decide soon and give Mike a call.
The annual Glutton St. Pat’s Party will take place on Saturday, March 11 at the club. Festivities get underway when you get there anytime after noon. Corned beef and cabbage will be provided. Bring a snack or side dish to share and BYOB. Cost for the corned beef is $8 per person or $15 per couple. Put on your green and bring a friend! Rumor has it that Erin will go braghless.
Kevin McCauley had hip replacement surgery on Thursday afternoon at DePeres Hospital in West County. Everything went well and they had him up and walking that evening. This reporter visited Kevin on Friday afternoon and he was in good spirits.
Kevin should be going home on Saturday to recuperate.
the 14th Annual Glutton Trivia Night will take place on Super Bowl Eve, Saturday, February 4th at St. Norbert’s Church (Schaffer Hall). The theme will be 90’s Trivia. Click the image below to register online. Click on the flyer below for more info.
A hearty group of partiers braved the icy and snowy streets to make it to the 52nd Annual Glutton Christmas Party and Awards Show. A good time was had by all! Here’s are three of the videos played at the party. Best viewed fullscreen.
Thanks to all who helped make the party a success. From the decorations to the technical difficulties crew to Jew and Jon for the program. … And especially to those who chose to come out and enjoy Glutton fellowship and party.
The 52nd Annual Glutton Christmas Party and Awards Show will take place this Saturday evening, December 17, 2016, at the Glutton Glub.
Doors open whenever you get there, you do have a key, so it’s ridiculous to have a “doors open” time. But we can say that dinner will be served at 7:00 pm. (You have no say in that.)
Another spectacular program will begin shortly after dinner. It will include awards for Athlete of the year (M & F), Odd Couple, Biggest Bullshitter, Mr. Glutton Award, and whatever Special Awards you want to present. We’ll also have a game with real prizes!
Don’t forget to bring a wrapped but unmarked White Elephant gift.
Cost is $10 per person. Contact Jonco (314-604-7750) or Byrd (314-578-2926) if you want to attend.
Everyone is welcome to attend the Octoberfest at the Morris Farm in Brighton IL this weekend, October 21-23. You can bring your tent or camper Friday night and make a weekend of it or just come on Saturday.
GMVB Champions ‘Muddy Lives Matter with their trophies after the championship game. Click to enlarge.
60 teams participated in our biggest Glutton Mud Volleyball Tournament yet. We’re trying to recover from the event with some of the greatest, funnest, dirtiest people around.
Thanks to all who helped in the preparations and those who worked tirelessly, either as cooks, sellers, referees, tillers, hosers, runners, trash picker-uppers, organizers, parking and traffic personnel, statisticians, our tremendous grounds and court crews, the Silent Auction team, and all of our young helpers too. But most importantly we want to thank YOU, the participants, the dirtiest of the dirty. For without you, there would be no Glutton Mud Volleyball Tournament.
While final numbers aren’t in yet this could be our best year ever in raising funds for the Evangelical Children’s Home of St. Louis and other worthy charities.
Now we look forward to GMVB 2017, our 33rd Annual Glutton Mud Volleyball Tournament!