Chairman of the Board
President - Phil Grimm
VP Sponsorship -
VP Programs - Tim Pollak
VP Membership -
Secretary - Mike Ballew
Sgt-at-arms - Bob Hogge
Attendance - John Hogge
Bingo- Pat McKim
Growth - Jason Hand
Incentives - Rick Campbell
Social - Dean Hiss
Ways & Means - Don Masias
Dec. 11 E
Dec. 18 A
Dec. 25th No Bingo
Jan. 1 B
Jan. 8 C
you may not have been aware of..
minute hand on Big Ben in London is 11 feet long!
Hippos can run faster than humans!
The average pencil will draw a line 35 miles
Dean V Poindexter, Agent
American Family Insurance
objection must contact
the secretary within two weeks
Song - Bill Benton
Pledge - Rich Carlson
Invocation- Rev. Bill
FLAG!!! How did the prez get away without a fine for
allowing that one. Excellent attendance and lots of guests
today. It may have had something to do with the
program. Nick Morrone brought Steve Quint and Tom Young.
Pat McKim brought Dean Poindexter, Brent Hackett and PB Mark
Doug Harder brought son Zack. Bill Parchen introduced Bob
Buckland of the LoDo club. Steve Ellis, who needs no
introduction, brought regards and poinsettias from the Jeffco
club. The fine pot did fairly well - the standard fine
amount for table one went to 50 cents each (can we keep it up
there?) Did anyone look up and notice the new ceiling tiles
before Rich Carlson mentioned them? We had more than 40
members attending today. Let's think about a new year's
resolution to attend more often. The Pot O Gold went to Dick
Fifty Years of Service
our representative in LA (lower Alabama) Sam "Who"
Anderson. Sam is in town to share our 50th anniversary
festivities. He still maintains he was born on a kitchen
table in north Denver. After serving mankind Wyoming, Sam
came to Denver to serve mankind as a member of the finest
Sertoma club in the area, moving on from there to serve as Sertoma
International President. Several years ago Sam moved to
Florida, and things haven't been the same since (they have been
better). Mary keeps Sam in line. His kids are spread
around the country. He hardly mentioned his Navy
service. Please stop by every few years, Sam, it's always
good to see you. Sam promised Doug Harder $5 bucks as soon
ad Mary gave him his allowance. Seriously, Sam, it's good
to see you.
an attempt to help the members with their holiday
shopping. Orian Hunter (previously king) invited golfing
partner Julie Halk to bring some friends and model a few
fashions that could suggest gift or other ideas. Julie owns
Ultra Legs Hosiery and Lingerie Outlet. It was very nice
of her to show us samples of her merchandise, and special thanks
go to Brenda, Coleen, Connie and Dorene for assisting her.
Several members won gift items: McKim, Stein, Campbell, Jacobus,
Miley, Grimm, Anderson, Lutes, Masias, Elmay and Buckland.
(The previous list is for informational purposes only- they may
not wish to display their winnings). Our thanks to Julie
and friends for adding a bit of excitement to the meeting.
the calendar ............
Dec. 10 -
Board Meeting 6 pm Elks Club
Dec. 12 - Regular Meeting
Dec. 19 - Kids/Grandkids Luncheon
Dec. - 25th Merry Christmas
Dec. 26th Regular Meeting
Englewood Elks New Year’s Eve
Dance and Breakfast ($45/person)
Jan. 1 - Happy
Dry Creek Sertoma Club has a special connection with Santa.
For merely $5 each, Santa will send a very personalized letter to
your child, grandchild, niece, nephew, or whom ever you wish.
For information, call Carol Worth at 303-798-3912, or contact any
other member of the
Dry Creek Club
$2,500 in sponsorship funds to the
Center for Hearing, Speech & Language
Kevin Teel accepted a check in the amount of $2,500
to be applied to special projects.
The Center is our
affiliate and we are proud to continue
our sponsorship support.