Hash Ball 2005

Hash Ball

Hollywood Glamour Nights

The glamour of Hollywood have always been the fascination of generations. Whether it was the years of the years of Katherine Hepburn or Nicole Kidman, Jimmy Stewart or Tom Hanks. Hollywood has always drawn the attention of the world. Here is your chance to bring Hollywood to Chicago. Dress for the Oscars as your favorite star….will you knock them out like Nicole or trip them out like Brad Pitt? want to dress like your favorite movie star? From Indiana Jones to Jake and Elwood Blues, Jessica Rabbit to Xena Warrior Princess, use your imagination.

Friday March 4th 2005
La Villa – 3632 N. Pulaski (Pulaski and Addison)
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Cost: 12/25 – 2/25 $30.00 ($5 less htan last year)
2/25 – 3/1 $35.00 plus $1.50 if using PayPal. Click here to pay via PayPal

You can also directly Pay Too Loose to Screw or Red Snapper at any upcoming hash, or send checks to Christina Schad (Too Loose) to 6709 N. Hermitage Ave., Apt. 2 Chicago, IL 60626

We will be having awards for the Hash and elections for the next CH3 GM. Nominations will be accepted for those that are interested in running for GM beginning in January….you interested? Think about that best Hash, best trail and cutest Hash Couple.


Get your raffle tickets to benefit the Hash Ball. one for $1 or six for 5 dollars. Next raffle coming up soon and keep a hold of those tickets for the grand prize drawing at the hash ball! See Backed up pipes for details.

Marathon Beer Stop 2004

Sun Oct 10
The Chicago Marathon Beer Stop.

This is our first announcement. We have three kegs of Goose Island beer to give away to the marathoners at mile 23. This is for all Chicago Area hashers no matter what hash they’re affiliated with. The race starts at 8AM, so the elite runners will come by about 9:45AM. The beer drinkers will start coming by about 10:45AM. We can use several volunteer to help set up everything before 9:45 AM. I also could use some volunteers with vehicles to pick up the beer on Sat. and ice on Sun. I believe I have all of the signs from last year, and they can be used again. Perhaps this year we could have some signs representing each of the local hashes.
Last year we had a lot of volunteers to help set up and give out beer. B. O. B. and I couldn’t pour beer fast enough. The runners really appreciated our efforts. Many said that it was a real treat and a boost to the finish. Let’s cheer on on with beer, all the marathoners and especially all of our fellow hashers that are actually running this year.
Any volunteers, please email Horn-E at h3horneh3@… or call at 773 248-7737, or just show up. More details next week.

Hash Ball 2004


Hash Ball

The CH3 Hash Ball will be held on Friday, Feb 20th at LaVilla starting around 8pm – same place as last year but we have a bigger room (up to 90). Four course, sit down meal with wine, four hours of open beer, wine and soda bar, awards, installation of the new GM, dancing, cavorting. Looks like the “gangsta” theme, but we’ll let the committee figure that one out. Cost is TBD, roughly $32. See Soar Balls or Mudsucker if you would like to help out with this premier Chicago blowout! Need Chicago hashers to put up visitors.

Marathon Beer Stop 2002

Mile 22 Marathon Beer Stop
Venue: Mudsucker’s Place (3520 S Wallace)
Mile 22 of the Marathon Time: 9:00 and on The annual Mile 22 beer stop for the marathon will be held again. Last year we had about 10 hashers giving out beer, and we went through cases of the golden “carbo load” brew. About 200 stopped for a taste. This year looks even better. Eight hashers from Tulsa and some from south Florida plan on stopping for a brew, then join us for the hash later. The plan: Anyone who wants to meet at my place (3520 S Wallace) prior to the stop (yeah, I could use some help hauling the beer over) is welcome anytime after 9:00 am. We will head over around 9:45. Or you can go directly to the beer stop. The beer stop will be on the east side of the Dan Ryan, south of 35th Street, i.e. one block east of Sox Park. Take the Red Line to 35th (Sox Park), go west to get to my place (Wallace is a stop light). Beer stop – exit the station, go east (left) 50 yards, south to the beer stop, usually about 100-200 yards. We will have a big sign there and will be on the sidewalk by the railroad tracks. We usually keep the stop open until 11:45 or so. The Dan Ryan exits are closed at 31st through 39th. You can exit at the next stop to the south and double back to my place (go west to Wallace then north). Parking near the beer stop is tough, suggest that you try my area. If the area near my house is full, go a few blocks south or west to find street parking. My home will be open after the Beer Stop to anyone while I head out to set the trail for the hash.