Olive Oil Art – Vote for Your Favorite

Readers of this blog are invited to ‎vote for their favorite in the comments (you may vote for your first, second, and third favorites, and I will tally them.)

This is a reprise of a blog post from two years ago on February 16, 2015.

As with everything on my blog, this comes with a story. It has to do with our board member dinners.

Our Schulz Museum board meets twice a year for a two day meeting, and we always plan a dinner for one of the evenings. (Some of our members come from across the country, and it is nice to have some social time amidst the work.)

We usually rotate between inviting staff to dine with the board at one meeting, and at the other we have the board and their spouses. The dinner mentioned in the blog post of February 16, 2015 was a board member/spouse dinner, so Karen didn’t come. While I was waiting for her to arrive, and to amuse the board, I suggested a contest for the best artistic display of olive oil and balsamic vinegar.

It was pure silliness, and we all laughed a lot and when Karen heard about it the next day, she said, “I guess you have a lot of fun without me.”

This time it was a dinner with the board and spouses, and I insisted that Karen, our esteemed director, come with us so that she would never think that we had more fun without her!

So we did our art project all over again – and now I put it to you readers for a vote. I’ll get back to you in a month with with readers’ votes.













—Jean Schulz

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