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THE FLOOD OF 2008


On Friday, March 13, 2008 the Klugh Theatre was greatly damaged due to a flood. This flood was caused by a washer repairman who failed to tighten a clamp appropriately on the washing machine he was fixing on the first floor of the Klugh’s house. After the washer repairman finished and left, the washer ran a load of laundry. Because of the improperly tightened clamp, the hose came loose in the washer and flooded parts of the first floor and basement several times. On the first floor, the washer flooded the laundry room, kitchen, family room and dining room. The water seeped through the floor into the basement and flooded the Club House and the Klugh Theatre.

In the Klugh Theatre, the water seeped through the ceiling and landed directly on the equipment in the KJ station. Several pieces of furniture and nostalgia were also damaged by the flood.

The washer repairman refused to be accountable for the damage, but the Klugh’s insurance covered the damage. Also, many friends of the Klugh’s expressed emotional support. Some friends even offered pieces of furniture to replace the furniture that was damaged. A few friends helped with the clean up and remodeling effort of the theatre.

Below is a list of emails and web posts that were sent to support the Klughs and the rebuilding of their Klugh Theatre. Also included are status emails sent out by Delora and Timothy in regards to the Klugh Theatre. Lastly, there are a few secret emails included that concerned a surprise FUNraiser cyber party for the Klugh Theatre. These secret emails were made public here after the FUNraiser was held.

One can clearly see from these emails and web posts that the Klugh Theatre was important to and cherished by many people.

The Klugh Theatre is currently being rebuilt to open again.



Subject: The Day the Music Died...Klugh Theatre is Gone
From: Delora D. Klugh
Sent: Thursday, March 13, 2008 10:28 PM EST
My dear friends,

I come to you tonight with great heartache and loss. Our precious Klugh Theatre has been destroyed.

A few months ago my washing machine stopped working. Today I finally got a chance to have it fixed and stop my endless trips to the laundr-o-mat. The repairman unclogged the pump and only charged me $65. A heck of a lot better that getting a new one. Well this man had a very cocky, know-it-all attitude about his repair jobs. And quickly wrapped things up, threw the washer together. Said "good as new" collected his money and was gone.

Trusting his ego and his handy work. I ran my first load of laundry and ran to the store. Upon our return, we found the nightmare. Not only was their water throughout the kitchen and family room, but it was actually raining in the Karaoke room. The carpet and blue couch were saturated and full of water including all of the karaoke equipment, mixers, amps, computers, vcrs, dvd players, light board...

Well, I think you get the picture. It still just feels like (if I ever get to sleep) that I'm just going to wake up and this will have been an unbelievable nighmare.

Well we called the man to come back. He did come back and finished his repair job on the washer, and said all the rest was my problem and that he was not going to file a claim, and left. So, my washer works...yeah...

My dear friends, thank you all so much for the memories that you have created in our home. Thank you for the many hours that you shared you amazing talents (or lack there of) with our family. Thank you for every laugh, and every tender moment... Thank you for being a part of this little dream... Timothy and I have always dedicated our basement to the friends and family that have been so involved in our lives and have time and time again given a little piece of themselves to us. I am so sorry. I am so hurt, and I am so lost.

We love you all.
Delora



  Subject: RE: The Day the Music Died...Klugh Theatre is Gone
From: Deborah Chandler
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 12:44 AM EST
Delora,

I'm very sorry to hear about this. How infuriating. I think I'm speechless and I've never seen your basement!

Wish I could help some way, Deb



Subject: RE: The Day the Music Died...Klugh Theatre is Gone
From: Tammy McClellan
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 4:54 AM EST
Ok Delora.

The rest is not your problem .. If he did not fix it right in the first place and it caused this major disastor then he needs to make restitution on the issue. if it comes to blows

SUE the tight wad!

Cause I am sorry he did not fix it in the first place and what ever he did do caused a bigger problem.

Does he work for a company? contact that company and and complain. This is your right,

The company has insurance and should be able to pay for any damages this idiot caused.



  Subject: RE: The Day the Music Died...Klugh Theatre is Gone
From: Felise Schwartz
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 7:17 AM EST
Our hearts go out to you. Thank you for including us in the Klugh Theater family. We cherish the memories.

Felise, Ed, Jenny



Subject: Funeral, Brick on the Head, Klugh Theatre Destroyed
From: Timothy S. Klugh
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 7:21 AM EST
It started with a funeral in Kentucky this week, which ironically set the tone for the rest of the week. After the funeral, my wife and I visited the ruins of her grandparent’s house. The house had been burned down and only the chimney was still standing. I wanted to get my wife a brick from the chimney for her to keep. I negotiated myself a path through the charred wood and rusty remnants of the metal roof. When I reached the chimney, I discovered there were only lose bricks a few feet above me. I took a stick to loosen them more and they fell right out, one hitting me square on the head. I was blessed with a hard skull though. The brick hurt but did not do any damage that I know of.

Arriving home from our trip, we managed to get a washer repair man to come out to our house. This was yesterday. The repair man was able to fix the problem with our washer, but he failed to tighten the water hose to the pump tight enough. We ran a load of laundry in the “fixed” washer and went out to the store. Arriving home, we discovered that the hose had come loose and the washer flooded the house several times. It flooded the laundry room, the kitchen, the family room and parts of the basement. In fact, it looked like rain pouring in the basement. Fortunately, in our game room the water fell between our pool table and the wall. It caused no damage except soaking the carpet. However, the damage in our karaoke theatre (known to 200+ friends as the Klugh Theatre) took serious damage. The water went through the ceiling and rained down directly on the KJ station equipment. The CD+G player, karaoke machine, large mixer, two compressors, telephone, VCR, DVD/VCR, multi-switch box, A/B/C/D/E switch box, fog machine switch, intelligent light controller switch and microphone were completely drenched. Water had also got to the small mixer, two amplifiers, phonograph-to-line audio converter, phonograph turntable, two computer monitors, two computer keyboards, one computer mouse and the computer itself. A few pieces of nostalgia were also damaged by the water. To sum it up, the Klugh Theatre was destroyed.

My wife and I do have insurance including special coverage for both the studio and the karaoke theatre. Once we cough up $1000, the insurance will take over. In time, the equipment will be replaced. The insurance company has even acted quickly by having a service man come out to our house to suck out the water. He was at our house late into the night. Loud industrial fans and dehumidifiers are in our house now, which will be running for several days.

We are trying to weather this storm of bad luck, but it is rough. Anyway, I had to vent this out. Worst week ever.


Timothy S. Klugh



Subject: Re: Funeral, Brick on the Head, Klugh Theatre Destroyed
From: Bill Stevens
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 7:46 AM EST
Tim & Delora:

Sharon and I are so very sorry to hear about your losses. Your home was always a warm, fun place and we have always had great times there. I hope that the appliance repair shop has good insurance as they seem to have 100% of the liability in this case.

If there is anything that we can do for you folks, please let us know.



Subject: Re: The Day the Music Died...Klugh Theatre is Gone
From: Russ Beitzel
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 8:04 AM EST
That is horrible news. I'm very sorry to hear that. I can't believe it. Have you thought about contacting a lawyer, like Dale, and pursuing an option for a lawsuit? I certainly would. He might have just been trying to scare you into not doing anything about it by saying it was your fault.



Subject: RE: The Day the Music Died...Klugh Theatre is Gone
From: Adam Conn
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 8:17 AM EST
I don't know about you guys but I hope your going to file something against him or his company. That is just heartbreaking. I am so sorry you guys. After reading this I was brought to tears. Not just all the memories that have been put into that space but the hard work you guys have done to make it someplace special. If there is anything you guys need let me know. I will help any way that i can. Im so sorry. Much love to you.



Subject: Re: Funeral, Brick on the Head, Klugh Theatre Destroyed
From: Fred Norris
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 8:48 AM EST
Hey, Tim-

So sorry to hear about your woes. I can understand thoroughly your need to vent. What a mess!

Bless you in your "recovery". Hope everything is back to normal soon.

How's the operetta going?

Fred



  Subject: RE: Funeral, Brick on the Head, Klugh Theatre Destroyed
From: Georgia A. Wilkerson
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 8:58 AM EST
At times like this, the only thing left to do is declare, "the church is true and I'm blessed with a beautiful wife and child. We are alive and well!"

Georgia A Wilkerson, Processor



Subject: RE: The Day the Music Died...Klugh Theatre is Gone
From: Ruby Classen
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 9:10 AM EST
Delora!!

I am beyond words...what a tragedy! It's like a little piece of life just passed on. Is there anything we can do to help? I can come over Saturday night with the boys to help clean up?



  Subject: Re: Funeral, Brick on the Head, Klugh Theatre Destroyed
From: Michael Bailey
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 9:14 AM EST
Sorry to hear about the misfortune....but you're all alive and well, so that's a good thing.

And...you get to go shopping!

Hang in there...you people can weather this mess...

Love...

Michael



Subject: Re: Funeral, Brick on the Head, Klugh Theatre Destroyed
From: Kate Charlesworth-Miller
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 9:18 AM EST
Worst week ever is an UNDERSTATEMENT. Oh, my dears, what a terrible thing to have happen, on top of your families loss. Not to mention the brick!

OK, well, time to pull together. Worry not, the Klugh Theatre will rise again!! Bigger, better, and more 'Klugh-y' than ever before!

(mind busily at work, humming, typing . . . . )

with LOADS of love,

Kate



Subject: Re: Funeral, Brick on the Head, Klugh Theatre Destroyed
From: Kate Charlesworth-Miller
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 9:21 AM EST
OK, folks - time to give back a little of the happiness and fun times that the Klughs have given to us over the years! Who's up for a fundraiser?

I'm going to put my thinking cap on and spearhead not just a fundraiser, but a spirit raiser for these fine folks - we've all had stuff like this happen, but the Klugh Theatre was a special place, and those of us who have sung our hearts out there know it. So let's pull together to put the theatre back in shape, and put smiles back on Tim, Delora and Shawn's faces!

Who's with me?

love you all,

Kate



Subject: Re: Funeral, Brick on the Head, Klugh Theatre Destroyed
From: Kate Charlesworth-Miller
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 9:25 AM EST
OK, I'm offering the first piece of lounge furniture for the new Klugh Theatre - we have a great blue denim chaise lounge which just doesn't fit in the living room, but I think would be perfect for the theatre - I'd be honored if you'd accept it!

love much,

Kate



Subject: Re: Funeral, Brick on the Head, Klugh Theatre Destroyed
From: Kate Charlesworth-Miller
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 9:35 AM EST
More to come - stay tuned, sunshine!



  Subject: RE: The Day the Music Died...Klugh Theatre is Gone
From: Krista Romano
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 10:19 AM EST
I am so sorry to hear that! You guys worked so hard to have that. It's such a shame that you cannot trust anyone these days.

If this man was advertising his business, go on the Better Business Bureau website and file a complaint. I am not sure to what extent they will help, but they did good work for us when we were fighting with our alarm company.



Subject: A FUNraiser for The Klugh Theatre
From: Kate Charlesworth-Miller
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 10:45 AM EST
Hi, everyone,

Several people have written to me, asking if this would be to raise money for the deductible (not really), or wouldn't the insurance company take care of this (technically, yes).

This is about the heart and soul of the Klugh Theatre. You can replace electronics, but this isn't about that. You can recarpet the floor, but this isn't about that. This would be a way to show Tim and Delora how much they and their Theatre have meant to us - and yes, to a certain extant, it would be a way for us to repay them for the hours of fun and fellowship we've had there. And not just with dollars, either - lights, carpet, bean bag chairs, cushions, nostalgia - it all has to be replaced.

If everyone who ever sang a song or shared an evening at the theatre were to get together and let the Klughs know, both emotionally and concretely, how thankful they were for all the good times, it would be magic! If anyone would like to send me ideas for an event, I'd love the input, and I'll be sending out an Evite in the coming days, inviting everyone to the FUNraiser.

Keep an eye out, and feel free to forward this to anyone who may not have gotten the word, yet.

Kate



  Subject: Re: Funeral, Brick on the Head, Klugh Theatre Destroyed
From: Andrew Wright (WBNS FM 97.1)
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 11:13 AM EST
I would get all over that washer repair guy first and foremost. Any plumber with any sense would run a test while standing there watching it to make sure everything is working properly. Sorry to hear this happened to you.



  Subject: Re: Funeral, Brick on the Head, Klugh Theatre Destroyed
From: Lori Sparks
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 11:29 AM EST
Oh, Tim! I have no words! I can't imagine how you must feel. To say "I'm sorry" is a terrible understatement. I know everyone must be saying..."you can only go up from here." Bad luck doesn't begin to say it. Sorry, my friend. I hope the Klugh Theater will be renovated soon and better than before. Sorry you lost some memories that meant alot to you. Give your lovely wife a hug from me!

<CyberHugz>

Lori



Subject: RE: A FUNraiser for The Klugh Theatre
From: Cindy Penry
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 11:33 AM EST
I was there last night and helped to move some of the soggy equipment out of the room. It was really bad. As you walked your feet were surrounded by puddles of water. Much of the equipment in the DJ booth was water logged. As to the questions on the deductible, the insurance company will try to recover the costs from the repairman but until that happens (which may be months) the only way to get the theatre fixed is for the deductible to be paid first. Even if the fundraiser was for the deductible, so what, Delora and Tim have given so much to all of us, not only the Klugh Theatre, but time and talents for a variety of things. You don't know the countless hours Tim spends on preparing music and sound effects for various productions. I've seen him working for hours, putting his own music aside, to complete a piece of music for a show because he was asked just a day or two before an opening to do it. I agree with Kate, this isn't about the money, it's about thanking them for all they do for us. They considerer all of you friends and now it's time to show them what type of friends we are.

Cindy



Subject: Re: The Day the Music Died...Klugh Theatre is Gone
From: Kimberly Haaf
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 11:39 AM EST
Hi All,

I was just sitting here trying to put together a fitting response to Tim & Delora's tragic news when Kate did it for me. I agree 100%, Kate. I am not good at coming up with ideas, but I am willing to do ANYTHING to help this come together. The good times, good feelings and good friends at the Klugh Theatre brought me out of a bad time, and I owe it to the Klugh's and all involved to do my part to hopefully bring it back. We have all reaped the benefits of having such a special place available to us, we can surely offer some good wishes, spare funds, and elbow grease. Looking forward to some great fundraising activities and the eventual restoration of an icon . . .

Kim



Subject: Kind words and wishes
From: Timothy S. Klugh
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 11:46 AM EST
Some beautiful friends have sent Delora and I some kind words and wishes. I thank you for them.

It is only a little room in a basement, but so many memories have been collected there. Traditions were made there. New friendships were made there. Laughter, jokes and good times always seemed to be in generous supply there. It's not just a room...it can't be just a room.

I have put these wonderful comments that friends have sent on the front page of the Klugh Theatre web site ( www.klughs.com ).

Timothy S. Klugh



  Subject: RE: The Day the Music Died...Klugh Theatre is Gone
From: Misty Harvey
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 12:01 PM EST
I'm speechless...that is so sad!!! Doesn't this guy have any insurance that did the repair or was he some fly by night guy that didn't carry insurance. For him to say that he wasn't going to file a claim, was that b/c he doesn't have insurance? I don't see how he can get away with that.

Misty Harvey-



Subject: Re: Kind words and wishes
From: Emily Good
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 12:12 PM EST
Tim and Delora,

I am so sad about this. I don' t know the right thing to say but please know that I am praying for you and thinking about you. I have so many wonderful memories of the Klugh Theatre and your home. I'm so sorry. Please let me know if there is anything I can do for you.

Emily



  Subject: RE: The Day the Music Died...Klugh Theatre is Gone
From: Stephanie Escue
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 12:50 PM EST
I am so sorry for the loss of such a fun room, and thank you for sharing it so freely. I can tell you the the YW still talk about how much fun they had karaokeing in your theatre.

Stephanie Escue



  Subject: RE: The Day the Music Died...Klugh Theatre is Gone
From: Eric Snyder
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 12:53 PM EST
Hey Delora -

I am so sorry for your (and our) loss. Before we get TOO crazy with fundraising and restoration projects, have you quantified the damages and spoken with an attorney yet? Seems there could be some culpability on the part of the repairman - especially if he doesn't happen to be licensed.

In sympathy,

Eric



  Subject: RE: Kind words and wishes
From: Andrew Wright (WBNS FM 97.1)
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 12:53 PM EST
Timothy/Delora,

It's not the end of the world your basement has water damage. Can't you fix it? I know some of the memorabilia can't be replaced...but furniture, drywall, paint, electronics, carpet, etc can be. Put your heads together and figure out how to make it right again. The insurance company is going to put some money in your pocket...so your not totally left high and dry.

I just think stewing and whining about a situation out of your control is not going to put you guys good spirits. Do what I do, think positive, never look back, move forward. Avoid stupid people in life like the plumber who worked on your washer.



Subject: A question
From: Kate Charlesworth-Miller
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 1:29 PM EST
Ok, dears, we're gearing up for a 'do' - but I need to talk to you both first. I'm going to be at the theatre tonight for a bit, ushering - will you guys be around?

love much,

Kate



  Subject: Re: The Day the Music Died...Klugh Theatre is Gone
From: Rosmund Kunz
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 1:49 PM EST
Dear Delora,

I am so sorry about what happened. I still wanted to sing in your studio. I hope you will build it up again and let me know when to come over and sing. You are in our prayers.

Sincerely yours,
Rosmund



Subject: Re: Funeral, Brick on the Head, Klugh Theatre Destroyed
From: Charles J. Firoben
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 2:47 PM EST
Tim,

I am really sorry to hear about this. If you need any help over the weekend please give me a call. I should be home most of the weekend.



Subject: RE: The Day the Music Died...Klugh Theatre is Gone
From: Margaret McCloud
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 03:00 PM EST
Delora,
Sorry to hear about the theater.
Let me know if there is anything I can do to help.

Sincerely,
Margaret McCloud



Subject: RE: Funeral, Brick on the Head, Klugh Theatre Destroyed
From: Staci Kelts
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 7:05 PM EST
Tim and Delora,

This is just awful but trouble does come in 3's and you have met your quota. I firmly believe that now there will be 3 positives that will be coming your way. You are more than due.

I'm so sorry for your loss. It is more than music equipment and such is was a piece of who you were/are. There are many people who have great memories that revolve around your home and theatre. After all it is where Dan and I had the chance to get to know each other and those memories can't be replaced. In fact my favorite picture of Dan and I was taken in your theatre.

But truth be told I don't think the theater will be permanently closed. I think it is simply closed for remodeling. Start thinking about how you want to redesign it and make it better because after reading some of the responses I think it will be on the mend soon.

Staci



Subject: Re: The Day the Music Died...Klugh Theatre is Gone
From: Dale Yurovich
Sent: Saturday, March 15, 2008 1:12 AM EST
From half way across the world...I feel your loss. I am sorry...You are in my thoughts.

Dale
PCT 120



Subject: Re: Funeral, Brick on the Head, Klugh Theatre Destroyed
From: Aarron Fisher
Sent: Saturday, March 15, 2008 12:42 PM EST
Tim, Sorry to hear about your basement.........it just really stinks for you guys, Laurel and I know how much that space ment to the both of you.

Now on to the good stuff!! I'm not sure if the Freddy poster got damaged but if it did or even if it didn't let me know of some other posters I may donate to get the decor back in shape!!!

Take care, Aarron



  Subject: RE: Funeral, Brick on the Head, Klugh Theatre Destroyed
From: Jim Dippel
Sent: Saturday, March 15, 2008 5:29 PM EST
Tim & Delora,God bless you and your family. While we've never had the pleasure of visiting your Klugh Theatre, Helen and I sympathize, and also empathize with the trauma you both must be going through. We hope we and the rest of your LTOB family can help, through the proffered fun(d)raiser or in other ways.Your friend,Jim Dippel



Subject: Re: Funeral, Brick on the Head, Klugh Theatre Destroyed
From: Ruby Classen
Sent: Monday, March 17, 2008 10:25 AM EST
Hang in there, Timothy!! Your friends are with you in spirit and our hearts go out to you.

Thank you for all the memories and good times over the years!! This is truly a community loss!!

Ruby



Subject: washer-back up or leak
From: Phyllis Y. Klugh
Sent: Monday, March 17, 2008 3:39 PM EST
hi tim

received your message just a little bit ago

sorry abt your washer -leak and water backup

still don't know what all was ruin -

is the insurance company taking care of it -

you said something about 1,000 dollares - did you remember that there is a rebate -1,500 for you all coming soon -
since i haven't heard from me - i trying to figures this out

i was shoveling for 3 days - all day and jim was in tues, wed, thur and fri and sat - got you message late -

god bless your home
love
mom



Subject: back up to washer
From: Phyllis Y. Klugh
Sent: Monday, March 17, 2008 3:43 PM EST
hi tim

tried to send this e mail 4 time and it not taken

just got you e mail on the washer overflow

don't understand all the damage was done

is the insurance taking care of items

you said you need a 1,000 dollars - did you forget abt the rebate that should be coming for 1,500

since i have not heard from you concerning this - i trying to figure out what happedned

i shoveled 3 days- jim tues,wed,thur,fri,sat - and kev sat - been busy
love
mom



Subject: Current Status of the Klugh Theatre's Recovery
From: Timothy S. Klugh
Sent: Tuesday, March 18, 2008 12:55 PM EST
Ever since the day of the flood (it almost sound biblical,) there have been industrial fans and dehumidifiers drying the first floor and basement of our house.

Delora and I have made an inventory of the equipment in the Klugh Theatre that received some sort of water damage, and found that we listed over 40 pieces of equipment. The insurance company is using an electronic restoration company to examine this equipment in an effort to restore it. That means they will take our equipment, disassemble it, test each part of it, and fix whatever then can fix. If it cannot be fixed (to the state it was in prior to the flood,) the insurance company will replace it with a new piece of equipment.

The thought of having the equipment torn apart and put back together makes me nervous, but the insurance company has assured us that these professionals know what their doing. All the same, the washer repair man was a professional too, and look what happened.

The house is noisy and the basement is unusable right now. Even in the game room there is stuff that has been pulled out from the karaoke theatre. So trying to relax with a game of pool is not available at this time... and that is frustrating.

Delora and I feel very fortunate that it was not the studio that got damaged. This whole process would be a much larger issue had it been.

Thank you for the nice comments and good wishes. I feel for certain that the theatre will recover, but it will still have scars from the flood.


Timothy S. Klugh



Subject: answer to e mail 3/18/2008
From: Phyllis Y. Klugh
Sent: Wednesday, March 19, 2008 6:54 AM EST
hi tim -

received you re mail -

how long will the fans and dhumidfiers have to run

two things pop in my mind - insurance wise you might want to check out -
1. if they restore the unit - find out ( in writing ) how long it would be guaranteed for -since the inside got wet in first place -
2. second from the insurance company - if it does not last as long -as the restoration company said - will the insurance company then replace it- with replacement value
3. the other question was there any water damage marks - on equipment -or other things - that they can not remove and does it ruin the equipment - like it was before
4. it makes me nervous too = on restoration - that why i think you should get it in writing on how long they guarantee it for - because it might only work a week or month or so - and the new equipment would work longer
5. the last thing you might ask you insurance company about -is these fans and dehumidifiers drying the first floor and the basement is running up your electric bill - is there any compensation for that -

that all the new questions that came to mind - from what i talked to you abt the other day


God bless you home and family
mom

mom



Subject: RE: Current Status of the Klugh Theatre's Recovery
From: Elaine Taylor
Sent: Monday, March 24, 2008 3:49 PM EST
Hey, Timothy!!!

Wally and I cannot believe what you and Delora are going through right now. Glad to hear that you do have insurance and hopefully they will work quickly on your behalf.

Can't believe the washer repairman just figures it is not his problem. WOW!
Is he an independent worker or what?
Sounds to me that he is responsible for causing the flood.

We hope to have you guys over soon.
Hard on the weekends right now while Wally is in school.
He should be out in a couple of weeks and we will get a hold of you and plan an evening.

Are you enjoying Pirates???

Hugs to Delora and Shawn!

Love,
Elaine



Evite Event: FUNraiser for the Klugh Karaoke Theatre
From: Kate Charlesworth-Miller
Sent: March/April 2008
Tim and Delora,

Here is the text of the original Evite which was sent to everyone who you let know about the flood - hopefully, these comments will brighten your day!


Hi, everyone!

As we all know, there was a flood at the Klughs, and their treasured Klugh Theatre was damaged extensively, putting a DAMPer on their spirits. Insurance and the law will take care of the 'stuff', but what about their spirits?!!? That's what this cyber gathering is all about. Please take a moment and post a note in the RSVP area about what the Klughs, The Klugh Theatre and their Karaoke parties have meant to you, over the years. Lift their spirits, make their day! Once the party date is almost here, I'll send an email and invite Tim and Delora to the 'cyber party', where they'll be able to see all the wonderful comments and memories their friends have posted. Surely, this will be a FUNraiser for them!

Please put your note in the RSVP section as soon as possible, as the 'date' of the event is March 30th, and I'd like to 'invite' Tim and Delora that day. And thanks for helping me thank the Klughs for the many years of joy they and their basement have brought to us all!



RSVP Post: FUNraiser for the Klugh Karaoke Theatre
From: Margaret McCloud
Sent: March/April 2008
The Klughs have always been very gracious to me and my family. They have always been very open and giving with their home. From my baby shower to a private party with my family for that I can sing and sign the great wall because I am too shy to sing in front of others. I have missed the last few events to do various conflicts in our schedules.Our best wishes to them!



  RSVP Post: FUNraiser for the Klugh Karaoke Theatre
From: Barb Weesner
Sent: March/April 2008
The Klugh theatre will rise again and we look forward to the grand opening. It was a thrill to sing in the theatre and to sign the wall. Thank You Tim and Delora!!! We love you!



RSVP Post: FUNraiser for the Klugh Karaoke Theatre
From: Fred Norris
Sent: March/April 2008
The Klugh Theatre has been a real joy. I was so pleased to be able to add my name to a block! It has, and I believe it will continue to be a source of great fun and fellowship. The Klughs are sterling people with 24 karat hearts. Thanks for being so generous and hospitable!



RSVP Post: FUNraiser for the Klugh Karaoke Theatre
From: Cindy Penry
Sent: March/April 2008
I can't find the right words to say what the Klugh Theatre has meant to me. I have found good friends through the various parties and met a variety of interesting people. In a way I have found myself. I certainly am more confident with trying new things because of Tim and Delora. Thanks guys for all the love! (PS I've seen the layout for the new theatre. It's awesome!)



RSVP Post: FUNraiser for the Klugh Karaoke Theatre
From: Don Roberts
Sent: March/April 2008
Thanks for all of the great times , and all of the inspired music that you have created for productions that I have been involved with. The phoenix will rise, better than ever.



RSVP Post: FUNraiser for the Klugh Karaoke Theatre
From: Amanda Gay
Sent: March/April 2008
We've known the Klugh's for many years, and have enjoyed the Klugh Theatre. They have always been very generous with their time and talents. I know the good times will come back to them. We love you Tim, Delora, and Shawn!



RSVP Post: FUNraiser for the Klugh Karaoke Theatre
From: Elaine Taylor
Sent: March/April 2008
We love you guys soooo much! We are so grateful for the Klugh Theatre which is a truly family friendly fun time. God bless you for your hospitality and generosity all these years. The best is yet to come!!!



  RSVP Post: FUNraiser for the Klugh Karaoke Theatre
From: Krista Romano
Sent: March/April 2008
Lona Lou, Fluff & I have been friends for so long that I just don't know where to begin. I have not attended an event in the Klugh Theatre, but have had the privilege of seeing it. I know just how much it means to them and wish things could be different. However, I am very confident that there will be a grand re-opening in the future for all to enjoy once again. Kritter



RSVP Post: FUNraiser for the Klugh Karaoke Theatre
From: Tammy McClellan
Sent: March/April 2008
I do love going to the Klugh's not only for the theatre but also for the great group of people that gather there. It is hard to deal with the reality & all of the stress that it can deal out, so we to go to the Klughs to step away from reality; life is good. Things will dry out; stuff can be replaced. Friends & memories will live on. Love to all



RSVP Post: FUNraiser for the Klugh Karaoke Theatre
From: Laurie Beitzel
Sent: March/April 2008
Its pretty hard to narrow good memories of the Klugh theatre down....#1 watching grown men do air instrumentation for Shawn & Russell singing the Who...#2 Hearing crazy Halloween songs I didn't know exsisted...#3 Watching my husband sing :) #4 last but probably the most important...Sharing the laughter, fun, and music with so many different people :) Thanks Guys!



  RSVP Post: FUNraiser for the Klugh Karaoke Theatre
From: Glen Garcia
Sent: March/April 2008
Unfortunately I have not been able to attend the shindings at the Klugh theatre, but i have heard only wonderful things about it. We were sorry to hear about the incident, but know that everything will work out and things will be better than ever. That which doesn't kill us only makes us stronger!!



RSVP Post: FUNraiser for the Klugh Karaoke Theatre
From: Emily Good
Sent: March/April 2008
The Klugh's are 2 of the warmest, kindest, most welcoming folks I know! I have such wonderful times at their parties and enjoy the fun atmosphere they create! I know that the Klugh theatre will be back...and better than ever! I can't wait to hear Delora sing "The Pina Colada Song" once more!!!



RSVP Post: FUNraiser for the Klugh Karaoke Theatre
From: Staci Kelts
Sent: March/April 2008
Thanks Tim and Delora for all of the great times. You have always welcomed me into your home and I have had great times pretending to be a superstar on your Karaoke stage. You have always made all feel welcome and provided a warm, safe place where we all could experiment with our talents without fear of ridicule. Thanks for the fun.



RSVP Post: FUNraiser for the Klugh Karaoke Theatre
From: Brad Law
Sent: March/April 2008
“Everybody’s a singer and everybody’s a star.
And everybody’s in showbiz no matter who you are.
There are stars in every city, in every house and on every street.
And when you come to the Klugh Theater there names are written on concrete.”


Thanks to the Klughs for being such wonderful host and we always enjoy your. Let us know if we can help with the re-build.



RSVP Post: FUNraiser for the Klugh Karaoke Theatre
From: Kimberly Haaf
Sent: March/April 2008
The Klugh Theatre-a place to make new friends or share old,to bring family or be treated like kin,to sit back and enjoy the fun or stand out like a star.Somehow I think even if the Klugh Theatre never revived,the Klugh household would carry on in the same vain.The place doesn't make the people,the people make the place.The Klugh spirit makes the magic-Thanks for the magic!



RSVP Post: FUNraiser for the Klugh Karaoke Theatre
From: Tammy Mair
Sent: March/April 2008
I know this must be a frustrating time for your family. There are lots of memories in that basement. Of course time will fix the problem but it is a shock to the family of unbelief that really hits hard for you all. Our family had a great time singing in the theater. Chlea is still waiting for her chance to shine and sign her name on the great wall of performers.



RSVP Post: FUNraiser for the Klugh Karaoke Theatre
From: Adam Conn
Sent: March/April 2008
The Adam Clan which would be me, has had a blast sharing memories with the Klughs and loads of other friends. With all the love and support the Klugh Theatre will be back stronger then ever and I will be there when its grand return happens. Any dream will do. Love you guys.



RSVP Post: FUNraiser for the Klugh Karaoke Theatre
From: Delora D. Klugh
Sent: March/April 2008
Yesterday we started cleanup process. We were so distraught by the many ruined irreplaceable treasures we just sat there and cried. Receiving this wonderful tribute has lifted our spirits helped us press on. Thank you so much for your messages. Give us a couple of months to rebuild and get ready for a Grand Reopening party that will make history. Love to you all. D



RSVP Post: FUNraiser for the Klugh Karaoke Theatre
From: Vanessa Schumm Welch
Sent: March/April 2008
I was so sorry to hear about your flood - had a similar incident recently. Although I have been to the theatre only several times, it was great fun and a wonderful venue. I happen to have a couch to donate to the theatre if you would like it - it is red! I know the Klugh Theatre will turn out even better than before! - let me know if I can donate the couch and help out.



RSVP Post: FUNraiser for the Klugh Karaoke Theatre
From: Ruby Classen
Sent: March/April 2008
The Classen clan has enjoyed many hours of fun and friendship spending time in the Klugh Theatre. Sharing these good times with our friends has been most special and provided irreplaceable memories...long live KLUGH THEATRE!!



RSVP Post: FUNraiser for the Klugh Karaoke Theatre
From: Kate Charlesworth-Miller
Sent: March/April 2008
The Miller Clan knows that they have strong friends, a good time, and fabulous karaoke when they're at the Klughs - we plan and pray for many, many years to come in fellowship with our friends!



Subject: Current Status of the Klugh Theatre's Recovery (04/04/2008)
From: Timothy S. Klugh
Sent: Friday, April 4, 2008 12:24 PM EST
The cleaning and restoration of Delora and my flood-damaged properties is mostly completed. We have a new wood laminate floor in our kitchen, our carpets our clean, and the restored Klugh Theatre equipment is returning to the Klugh Theatre today.

Thank you for so many kind words. These words touched Delora and me deeply. Because they were so important to us, we have stored all of the email messages and posts that we have received regarding this event on a special page on the Klugh Theatre web site. To see it, click on the link titled FLOOD.

There will shortly be an announcement made for the Ressurection Party of the Klugh Theatre, which will be taking place in a couple weeks. Until then, Delora and I (and some wonderful friends) are rebuilding the Klugh Theatre.


Timothy S. Klugh



Subject: Re: Current Status of the Klugh Theatre's Recovery (04/04/2008)
From: Sharon Stevens
Sent: Friday, April 4, 2008 2:00 PM EST
Tim and Delora,

I am so sorry that I missed doing the emails to you. I went into the hospital with what appeared to be a heart attack (it wasn't) and once out of the hospital started having migrains. Found out it was a side affect of taking nitrogliceryn. They lasted a week but I am much better now. Started to participate in the e-vite but the message center wouldn't let me do more than a sentance or two and we all know I have much more to say than that...soooo, here I am, late and sorry.

You guys have been wonderful friends to me. I feel so blessed to have you two in my life. Because of our friendship I have met some wonderful and interesting people, and have enjoyed many a night laughing at the nutty things that we all do at the Klugh parties. You guys are great and I am glad to have been included not only in your parties but in your lives. It sounds like you probably have a lot of help already, but if I can help in any way, just let me know. LOVE YOU !!!!!!


Sharon



Subject: Re: Current Status of the Klugh Theatre's Recovery (04/04/2008)
From: Eryn Ickert
Sent: Friday, April 4, 2008 5:33 PM EST
Hi T&D,

I am glad to hear the process of rebuilding is moving along so well. I'm know it's been a big hassle and even bigger heartache but I am sure everything will turn out even better than before. I appreciate all the good memories I have in your home and I wish you all the best in the restoration!

<3 E



  Subject: RE: Current Status of the Klugh Theatre's Recovery (04/04/2008)
From: Andrew Wright (WBNS FM 97.1)
Sent: Friday, April 4, 2008 8:38 PM EST
Timothy,

Sounds good...keep me updated...



RSVP Post: FUNraiser for the Klugh Karaoke Theatre
From: Emily Prater
Sent: March/April 2008
Karaoke with an almost endless choice of songs? Great. A welcoming family who offered love and support to all of us - even those who insisted on singing "You Shook Me All Night Long" terribly and at the top of their voice? Priceless. We were glad they shared their home, and grateful to have them as friends. Long live Tim, Delora, and Sean!



Subject: Red Loveseat Couch in wonderful conditions... $85 OBO - $85
From: Delora D. Klugh
Sent: Monday, April 7, 2008 2:30 PM EST
Hi,

Our basement was flooded and we had an amazing karaoke room down there all decorated in 80's with fun lights and sound. It was awesome. Anyway, the couch was destroyed, along with all the karaoke stuff, but as time goes by we will be able to replace it. I have been surfing craigslist to find furniture to replace what was destroyed and fell in love with your couch.

PLEEEEEAAAAAASSSEEEEE, call me. ???.???.????

Thanks
Delora



Subject: Re: Current Status of the Klugh Theatre's Recovery (04/04/2008)
From: Ruby Classen
Sent: Tuesday, April 8, 2008 9:10 AM EST
I am so glad to hear that things are progressing. I can't wait to see the new space.

Let us know if we can lend a hand. I can always donate some of my old albums for the cause. How many of your karaoke CDs survived?



Subject: Re: Current Status of the Klugh Theatre's Recovery (04/04/2008)
From: Ruby Classen
Sent: Wednesday, April 9, 2008 9:11 AM EST
Tim...that is great news that your CD collection passed unharmed. I am sure the damage to the equipment was vast. Let alone the carpet and furniture.

How is Pirates going?



Subject: Current Status of the Klugh Theatre's Recovery (04/10/2008)
From: Timothy S. Klugh
Sent: Thursday, April 10, 2008 4:11 PM EST
The Klugh Theatre is currently in its remodeling phase. Thanks to Delora, Phyllis Y. Klugh and the Miller family, the Klugh Theatre has new "used" furniture to replace the original furniture. Vanessa Welch offered furniture to us as well, but we could not accomodate the generously large furniture she offered.

Mitch Haaf, Kimberly Haaf, Eric Gay, Amanda Gay, Charles Firoben, T. Shawn Klugh II, Jesse Gay, Ken Mundy, Brother Goode (from our church), and I have helped with the labor of remodeling the theatre. Cindy Penry, Delora and I have been working hard to get the equipment connected. Thank you also to those special individuals who have offered their labor that we have not called upon. We are grateful to have such friends as you; We just could not find any other work yet for you to do.

There is a lot to be done yet in order to open the theatre again, but we can see the light at the end of the tunnel now.

Timothy S. Klugh



  Subject: Re: Current Status of the Klugh Theatre's Recovery (04/10/2008)
From: Bob Weesner
Sent: Thursday, April 10, 2008 4:33 PM EST
I hope you know that Barb and I would also love to help with anything you need done.

Bob



Subject: Re: Current Status of the Klugh Theatre's Recovery (04/10/2008)
From: Bill Stevens
Sent: Thursday, April 10, 2008 4:37 PM EST
Tim: Any target date for the grand reopening???



Subject: Re: Current Status of the Klugh Theatre's Recovery (04/10/2008)
From: Sharon Stevens
Sent: Thursday, April 10, 2008 6:27 PM EST
Hello Tim & Delora,

I have tried several times to respond to the evite that was set up to surprise you, but to no avail. i was in the hospital during that time and missed the whole thing. (Don't worry, it's a long story,but I'm ok. then I emailed you guys with my thoughts and guess what?!!! It was returnes as undeliverable and I just got it...been out of town this week. So, I am sending it this way and if you don't get it, then I just give up.

Thank you so much for enviting me into your lives! You are a dynamic duo, and have the knack for bringing people together. I have had experiences I never expected, and met some really neat people, the theater is so much fun and I have laughed myself silly at some of the antics we've participated in. Aside from all that, I just think you guys are neat. Although the damage to the theater was a horrible thing to go through, I knew that those who love you would rally round, and I was right. The theater will be back and probably better than ever because of the participation to keep it going. I am only sorry that life has messed with me to the point that I haven't been involved. Just know that IF you do need anything, I want to help. Love,
Sharon



Subject: RE: Current Status of the Klugh Theatre's Recovery (04/10/2008)
From: Margaret McCloud
Sent: Thursday, April 10, 2008 7:42 PM EST
Glad to hear everything is going well.
Please keep me posted.

Sincerely,
Margaret McCloud



Subject: Re: Current Status of the Klugh Theatre's Recovery (04/10/2008)
From: Vanessa Schumm Welch
Sent: Friday, April 11, 2008 7:30 AM EST
So sorry the couch would not fit guys! I did find a neighbor in need to take it. Let me know if you need anything else - I may have something yet that you are looking for in my unpacked section of the house.

Take care.

Vanessa Schumm Welch



Evite Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Timothy S. Klugh & Delora D. Klugh
Sent: April 2008
Host: THE KLUGH'S
Location: THE KLUGH'S
          3446 NATALIE DR., GROVE CITY, OH 43123 US
When: SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 2008, 7:00 PM

Come one, come all to the best Comeback Reunion of the Year.

The past month has been a trying one. But thanks to speedy insurance and Great Friends, the Klugh Theatre is neigh in working order.

Thank you all for your amazing support through such a difficult time. We love sharing our home with you, but we had no idea how much it meant to so many people.

With that in mind we invite and welcome you all to the new and improved Klugh Theatre. This will be a "BRING YOUR FAVORITE PIZZA" to share event. And plan to croon the night away.



RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Timothy S. Klugh
Sent: April 2008
Response: YES
Of course I'll be there! After all the work that went into making the third incarnation of the Klugh Theatre, who wouldn't? Delora, Cindy Penry, Mitch & Kim Haaf, Eric & Amanda Gay,T. Shawn Klugh, Jessie Gay, Mark & Kate Miller, Jack Miller, Charles Firoben and I have done a great job. The theatre is cooler than ever!



  RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Tom Bolton
Sent: April 2008
Response: YES
I have a mission event in Jackson earlier in the day, so I might be a wee bit late; but I will be there. Let me know if there's a way that I can help with the renovation, too -- I still know which end of a hammer to hit things with!



RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Kate Charlesworth-Miller
Sent: April 2008
Response: YES
Wouldn't miss it for the world!



RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Adam Conn
Sent: April 2008
Response: YES
Might be bringing a KLUGH HOUSE NEWBIE!



RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Cindy Penry
Sent: April 2008
Response: YES
You know I'll be there!



  RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Barb Weesner
Sent: April 2008
Response: YES
If I did this twice, please forgive me. Looking forward to seeing everyone and to sing again at Klugh Theatre. Barb



RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Wally & Elaine Taylor
Sent: April 2008
Response: YES
We love a good phoenix party!!! We will be bringing tasty treats for dessert instead of pizza. Looking forward to seeing you and your new & improved theatre. Be ready to be hugged big time!!!!



  RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Tiffany Nack
Sent: April 2008
Response: YES
Not sure what time I will arrive, but I will be there :)



  RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Laura Aumes
Sent: April 2008
Response: YES
The Aumes will bring "exotic" pizza from Circleville!



RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Emily Prater
Sent: April 2008
Response: YES
Looking forward to seeing the NEW and IMPROVED Klugh Theatre!



  RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Bob Weesner
Sent: April 2008
Response: YES
The waters reseades, the Sun broke through the clouds and in the sky was a rainbow. Let us go forth and repopulate the Klugh theater!!



RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Mitch & Kimberly Haaf
Sent: April 2008
Response: YES
We would LOVE to - Thanks!



RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Charles J. Firoben
Sent: April 2008
Response: YES
I will stop by around 9PM if my on-call permits.



RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Nancy Miller
Sent: April 2008
Response: YES
Can't wait!! This is going to rock!!



  RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Jay Rittberger
Sent: April 2008
Response: YES
Things have changed. It's all good! I will, fo sho, be able to enjoy this marvelous occasion! Woohoo! I may be there a bit late, but I will be there!



  RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Brandi Wilson
Sent: April 2008
Response: YES
I'll be there! I'm going to bring my inflatable boyfriend. He doesn't eat much, and he's a great listener. He's not a big talker, but when he does speak, it tends to be a lot of hot air. And although vocalizing in public is not his forte, he told me he wants to sing something by Air Supply. Rock out!



RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Lisa Radke
Sent: April 2008
Response: YES
I'm totally in!



RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: John Grote
Sent: April 2008
Response: MAYBE
I'm going to Cleveland for the Indians Game if its not to late when I make back in town I'll swing by.



  RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Hillary Billups
Sent: April 2008
Response: MAYBE
have a workshop that day, but we will try to be there!



RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Tammy McClellan
Sent: April 2008
Response: MAYBE
will have to see where I am at with everything.



RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Emily Good
Sent: April 2008
Response: MAYBE
I am ushering at a show that night but I will try to come over afterwards! I was so happy to get this invite! Hooray for the grand re-opening of the Klugh theatre!!



RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Ruby Classen
Sent: April 2008
Response: MAYBE
We're having a ATTWN reunion at our house that day at 5p...depends on how long those fun loving folks stay.



  RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Rosemary Cullison
Sent: April 2008
Response: NO
Sorry, have other plans, but I'm glad its all back in working order. Have fun. Sing one for me!



RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Laurie Beitzel
Sent: April 2008
Response: NO
:( Sorry guys :( We'd love to be there but our plate is pretty full this weekend. Hopefully we can see ya soon! Have fun!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)



  RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Jason Tincher
Sent: April 2008
Response: NO
Thanks for the invite guys. But, Celia and I will be out of town that weekend. Have fun!



RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Keith Maloney
Sent: April 2008
Response: NO
Sorry we can't make it. Doing a show. Don't forget to tape the opening ceremonies and ribbon cutting. Put it on your website. Keith



RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Kathy Hyland
Sent: April 2008
Response: NO
Sorry guys, family function has to come first! Hope you have a great time enjoying all your hard work!



RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Erika Jackson
Sent: April 2008
Response: NO
I HATE to miss this celebration! Am so, so glad to hear that things are up and running again and that everyone will get to enjoy the blessing of the the community your space has created. Unfortunately, I'll be in Indiana that weekend. But, I'll be sure to sing in my car on the drive home in honor of you!



  RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Lori Myers
Sent: April 2008
Response: NO
Thanks so much for your gracious invitation. Unfortunately, I already have plans to attend a scrabpooking party that night, so I will be unable to attend.



RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Staci Kelts
Sent: April 2008
Response: NO
Sorry I will be gone for the weekend.



RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Dan Stanton
Sent: April 2008
Response: NO
I will be traveling that night.



RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Don Roberts
Sent: April 2008
Response: NO
Joyce and I are both in seperate productions, and can not make.



RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Lynn McDowell
Sent: April 2008
Response: NO
I work that evening and it's stake conference weekend. There is an adult session at 630 on Sat. I'm so glad everything worked out for you though. Give us a rain check.



RSVP Event: KLUGH THEATRE RESURRECTION KARAOKE PARTY
From: Fred Norris
Sent: April 2008
Response: NO
I'll be out of town that day. So sad! Please let me know about the next one. Stay in tune!



Subject: Preselect Your Karaoke List Prior To The Party
From: Timothy S. Klugh
Sent: Wednesday, April 16, 2008 1:15 PM EST
NOTE: For those who clicked NO on the Evite replies, please ignore this email.


Anyone who has attended a Klugh Theatre party is well aware how difficult it is to get access to the karaoke library computer during the party. Therefore, I urge all who can to pre-select your song list by visiting the Klugh Theatre web site at

www.klughs.com

You can browse by Artist Name, Song Title or Theme. Simply choose a selection from one of the dropdown lists and click the Go button next to it. On paper, make a list of the songs you want to perform (in the order that you want to perform them) be sure to write in the Song Code to the left of the song. A sample list might look like this:

1 TTFP-06-05 Kryptonite
2 NIK-P23-03 Rush Rush
3 SGB1014-11 Back In Black
(list up to 10 songs)

IF YOU ARE A MEMBER, please start using the MEMBERS area on the Klugh Theatre web site. We now use the MEMBERS lists during karaoke parties (without having to print them out before the party.) If you have forgotten your member password, click on MEMBERS, choose your name from the WHO ARE YOU dropdown list, check the SEND PASSWORD TO ME BY EMAIL check box, and click the Log In button. If you still cannot access your password, call Delora or me.

If you are not familiar with how to use the Klugh Theatre web site, there is an informative instruction page on the web site to assist you. Just click on the HELP link.


That is it. We look forward to seeing you all on April 26 at 7 PM for the party.


Timothy S. Klugh



  Subject: Re: Preselect Your Karaoke List Prior To The Party
From: Barb Weesner
Sent: Thursday, April 17, 2008 7:38 PM EST
Hi!
  Looking forward to Saturday night the 26th! I have chosen the following songs:
  Connie Francis-NIK-P07-07-"Where The Boys Are"
  Connie Francis-NIK-P07-08-"Who's Sorry Now"
  Carole King-NIK-P28-03-"It Might As Well Rain Until September"
  Carole King-KH-022-06-"Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow"
  Crystal Gayle-KH-208-21-"Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue"

I hope this is okay. Please let me know if there is any problem. We love you guys! Take care and will look forward to hearing from you.

Love,Barb



  Subject: Re: Preselect Your Karaoke List Prior To The Party
From: Barb Weesner
Sent: Friday, April 18, 2008 7:18 PM EST
Hi! Thank you for the message. We will bring pepporoni pizza. Do you need a contribution of a soft drink? Just let us know! Have a blessed evening!!

Love, Barb



  Subject: Karaoke List
From: Tom Bolton
Sent: Monday, April 21, 2008 10:37 AM EST
Okay, this was not one of the listed options, but here goes anyways...
song list for saturday's gig:
1. G3422-2-09, "I'm a Believer" (Smashmouth)
2. NIK-P10-06, "Stardust" (Nat King Cole)
3. KH-024-20, "Third Rock from the Sun" (Joe Diffie)
My experience says if I get to sing three times before I need to go home, I'll be lucky; if that happens, I'll do a reprise of "Hair," but probably without the costume (and the quiet sobbing at the end of the song...) -- just let the irony stand on its own.
See y'all Saturday!


Blessings,
tom bolton
one among many (Rev. 5)



Subject: Klugh's Theater open night
From: Tammy Mair
Sent: Monday, April 21, 2008 6:37 PM EST
Tim,

Congratulations on your reopening of the Klugh Theater. Aren't you glad that is all behind you?!?!?!?!?

We got your invite to the opening night. I had a thought...

We would love to come sing at your "new and improved" recovered Theater. I thought it would be nice to have a "Family Night for the relatives. What do you think about that. I know Mom and Dad would love a "Family Night". Kevin just might sing if it was a "Family Night". What do you think about that?


Let me know. We can bring "yummies" and make it a fun night. I have never been to the Theater with Kevin's family. It would be fun to have everyone there.


Let me know.

Take care!

Love,
Tammy



Subject: RE: Klugh's Theater open night
From: Tammy Mair
Sent: Tuesday, April 22, 2008 11:54 AM EST
Tim,

Oh...that is "Flag Day" on the calendar. We usually do something special on that day... just kidding...

That sounds good to me. I will mark it down so I don't schedule anything on that day. Hopefully it will work for everyone. FUN! FUN! FUN!!

Take care!

Love,
Tammy



  Subject: RE: Preselect Your Karaoke List Prior To The Party
From: Laura Aume
Sent: Saturday, April 26, 2008 11:21 AM EST
Tim-

I finally had a chance to select some songs. If it's too late, no biggie.

My daughter, Gwenn would like to sing:

ESP467-04-01 Karma Chameleon
NIK-P40-01 99 Luftballoons
SC-8772-10 Somebody to Love
SC-8772-08 We Will Rock You/We Are the Champions

I would like to sing:

PCSD-1175-21 Out of My Dreams (Musicals-Oklahoma!)
PCSD-1174-2-12 Show Me (Musicals-My Fair Lady)

I may or may not get my son to sing:

G9922-12 Ripped Pants (Television Shows-Spongebob Squarepants)

(If it's not easy to skip over songs, you might just leave this one out.)

Thanks! We are looking forward to tonight!!

Laura Aume



Subject: Re: Personal Invitation from a friend
From: Aarron Fisher
Sent: Saturday, April 26, 2008 11:23 AM EST
Tim,

Sorry for the late reply, I thank you for the invite. Laurel and I have been really sick, me last week and Laurel this week!! It has not been good, we are on the mend now. I'm not sure we will be able to make it this evening, I'm sorry. I hope you have a nice birthday and sing loads of songs!!!!


Aarron



Subject: Final Status of the Klugh Theatre's Recovery (05/05/2008)
From: Timothy S. Klugh
Sent: Monday, May 5, 2008 3:21 PM EST
This email concludes the status of the flood of the Klugh's home and the Klugh Theatre. Your emotional support was most appreciated during this trying period, and Delora and I will not forget the kindness shown to us.

Much love,
Timothy S. Klugh




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