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LCP Endeavors

St. Bartholomew School in Chicago, IL

Birthday Phone Call

Be sure to sign up!
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Holiday Card Shower

Brooke Grove Rehabilitation and Nursing Center
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“Gathering” Facebook Live

Bobby Poynton record collection tour
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It’s “Spooky” how much The Lettermen miss being on stage and seeing all of you. However, we are continuing to add new ways that enable us to stay in touch with you through the LCP.
And as a reminder, please frequently check our website for all updated tour information.

Project Highlight

Birthday Phone Call
Lou Brock was our September “Birthday Call” winner, and he received a surprise phone call from Rob Gulack. Lou later posted “It was a wonderful surprise. I am fortunate to enjoy The Lettermen since 1968 and will be back to see you all in concert once again. Thank you again so much. The LCP works!”
For your chance to receive a Birthday Phone Call all you have to do is register your birth month and day with the LCP. One lucky member will be randomly chosen each month and will receive a call from Donovan, Bobby or Rob.
Email your information to:



LCP Endeavors –
St. Bartholomew School in Chicago, IL

A huge THANK YOU to each and every one of you that participated in the school supply fundraiser for St. Bartholomew School. Through GoFundMe and private donations, the LCP was able to send the school a check for $1,000. We will update you once the items have been purchased and arrive at the school. We are forever grateful for your support.

Have your T-Shirt yet?

Proceeds from T-Shirt sales will be used to support LCP service projects like the one above.
For more information, or to order a shirt, please visit the merchandise page at our website www.TheLettermen.com

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Holiday Card Shower

Brooke Grove Rehabilitation and Nursing Center

The mission statement for the Brooke Grove Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Sandy Spring, MD is “We touch people’s lives.” This could not align more with the purpose and objective of the Lettermen Community Project. There is also a very personal Lettermen connection to Brooke Grove. The mother of one of our staff members was a resident until her passing on Christmas Day, 2018.
We are proud to partner with Brooke Grove on a very exciting project for the upcoming holiday season, a card shower for approximately 160 residents of the long-term care division of the facility. With the effects of COVID-19, the holidays will be very different this year. One of the hardest hit will be residents of long-term care facilities and their families. Regulations in many States are currently not allowing much socialization, if any at all, and outside visitors are almost universally banned. Visits, if allowed, are very brief.

We want to help!

Between now and the end of November, the LCP will collect holiday greeting cards for the residents. We are asking all members to send us a package with as many filled out holiday cards as possible. All that is needed is a short, encouraging message and your signature.
Cards will be divided into packets for each resident and distributed the week before Christmas. Get creative and recruit family and friends. For example, make some cards with your kids or grandkids. Perhaps enlist your workplace, church groups or other organizations you belong to, to join in the fun.
There is no need for cards to be in individual envelopes. Please mail your cards to us no later than
November 30, 2020.
Lettermen Community Project
P.O. Pox 312 Cortland, Ohio 44410

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“Spooky” – For a little Halloween themed fun we aSked Tony Butala about hiS Solo on the album titled “The Lettermen Goin’ Out Of My Head”, which waS releaSed by Capitol ReCORDS in 1968.
“Spooky” is the song. It was initially an instrumental song and was originally performed by saxophonist Mike Sharpe (Shapiro). However, its best-known version was created by James Cobb and producer Buddy Buie for the group The Classics IV when they added lyrics about a “spooky little girl”. “Spooky” has ever since been an iconic Halloween song.
Tony added that by the time of the album’s release in 1968, The Lettermen were producing three “hit” albums per year, having just released two seasonal albums. “We thought that perhaps an album of various songs which touched on other holidays might be appropriate.” “Spooky” was one song idea.

“Gathering” via Facebook LIVE!

Ready for another LIVE on Facebook?

Bobby Poynton will take us on the first of a multi-part series of visits through his autographed album collection.
Much like the way he choses his solos, every LP has a story. Join us for an in depth look at some of Bobby’s musical passions.
Friday October 2, 2020
8:00 PM Eastern, 7:00 PM Central, 6:00 PM Mountain, 5:00 PM Pacific
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Contact Us

Lettermen Community Project
P.O. Box 312
Cortland, Ohio 44410

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