Dave Mance travelled to the County building today and cast his absentee vote for the coming election...It will be his last vote in a city election as the sale of his Thompson Blvd home is due to close on November 11, three days after the election.
Dave has been a part of the community for decades as a businessman, volunteer and supporter of charities. His only real sin in life is sending a hoax wedding photo to the newspaper.
I assume Dave will register at his Florida winter home so he can influence the awarding of the Sunshine State's electoral votes next year.
After voting, Dave and his buddy Jim Nicholson invited me to lunch with noted local attorney Lee Hector.
I said sure, why not...and ask Dave where I should meet him....He said the Kilt and I gasp as going there would reenforce the talking points. But, hey the Tilted Kilt is owned by a prominent businesswoman, Zoo board president and sure to be a future Athena Award winner...so with the imprimatur of establishment secure, I went and had a salad and two Miller Lite drafts.
The only notice of the waitresses was Hector wondering why women these days have so many tattoos.