President Pollak started
the meeting briskly and on time. Bob Stein led the song
with unusual flair. Don Masias led the pledge.
Reverend Kohlmeier gave a particular uplifting prayer.
Nick Morrone announced Dec. 20th will be the Club Christmas
party. Dick Enslow gave the Bingo report. We
deposited $5,200 with 50 players on hand. Fry fined Doug
Harder for contaminating the food. Harder countered with
an accusation that Fry was used to eating off the floor.
Bill Parchen and Howie Kelsall were welcomed back from the
disabled list. Zach Harder sold Bronco tickets, I think
Randy Smith won. Have a good time Randy. Dave
Harder won the Outstanding Service award for digging way down
deep and in the corner for the Presidents pork. Guests
included Carol Worth, and Joyce Peluso, who were selling Santa
Clause letters for the Dry Creek Club. Jill Wayne was
there to collect $2,500 for the Speech & Hearing
Center. The Pot of God went to Jim Helmick. The
hand shake prize went to Bill Parchen and Howie
Kelsall. We had a full house and a good time was had by
of the Day
Carl Duncan was brought into the club by Steve
Bolyard, He was born in Alamosa in 1930. He also
lived in Avondale Colorado. Carl studied language at
the University of Colorado. He is married to Joan and
has three children. In the Army, Carl spent time in
Kentucky and Germany. Carl is not very complementary
of Kentucky and in Germany he was the company clerk.
He bought cartons of cigarettes for $2.00 and sold them for
$3.00, fifty at a time. Carl is a retired CPA.
This was Carl's first DOD. It sounds like Carl will
fit right in with our Club. Welcome Carl Duncan.
Downey brought us Dick Campbell. Dick was an FBI agent
who worked on the Joseph Coors III abduction and murder
case. Dick shared many interesting details of the
case. He was involving finding the body and many other
aspects of the case. Most of us old farts were around
when the murder occurred in 1959 and could remember some of
the story. An interesting question and answer session
Congratulations, former Arapahoe Club
President, Dale Hand, Sertoman of the Year for 2002-2003.
"What I have
learned in my life is those things that are high priority in
your life, you find time to do"
Thursday, Nov. 27th, HAPPY THANKSGIVING- NO MEETING