FW: [Fwd: A TRIBUTE TO GINGER]
- I didn't know how many of you were aware that Ginger Baber passed away last
Saturday night. The email below has information about a program in her honor
on Friday evening at the Carter G. Woodson African-American Museum in St.
[mailto:bounce-usf-ant-33894@...] On Behalf Of Alisha R. Winn
Sent: Wednesday, May 03, 2006 4:25 PM
To: USF Anthropology list
Subject: [Fwd: A TRIBUTE TO GINGER]
Dr. Rodriguez asked me to send this to everyone. She is not on the
Anthrolist serve. Forward this to anyone else.
Dear Colleagues and Friends:
We are planning a short program in honor of our dear friend, Ginger
Baber, who passed away last Saturday evening. We want to celebrate the
life of a vibrant and special woman who touched our lives with her very
unique style. Please join us in remembering Ginger, the valient woman
warrior/anthropologist, who was feisty, fun and full of life! Ginger's
son, Michael and her brother Tommy will attend the event.
After the tribute, we would like to have dinner at Saffron's Caribbean
Restaurant --this was Ginger's favorite restaurant in St. Pete. If you
would like to join us at Saffron's please RSVP to Gwen Reese,
gwenreese@... or Cheryl Rodriguez,
crodrigu@.... Gwen will be making reservations at the
restaurant and would like to know how many people will be attending.
The average price for dinner at Saffron's is about $17.00.
Please pass this message on to other friends of Ginger.
A TRIBUTE TO GINGER
Friday, May 5 at 6:00
Carter G. Woodson African-American
2240 9th Avenue South
St. Petersburg, FL
>From 6:00-6:30 we will have an informal "meet and greet" time. Thetribute will begin at 6:30.
Directions to the museum from Tampa: From I-275, take the 5th Avenue
North Exit. Go Straight to 20th Street. Remain on 20th to 5th Avenue
South. Turn Right on 5th Ave South to 22nd Street. Left on 22nd
Street. The first traffic light is 9th Ave. South. Turn Right. The
Museum will be on your left. Hope you'll be able to attend.
University of South Florida