Week In Review
VISTORS:Bill Van Buren, guest of Steve Bolyard, from
BINGO:86 players last night with a deposit of $5600.The progressive is up to $1600.
Pat Mckim reported that for the first quarter of this
year, approximately $11500 has been netted for Sponsorship.
needed for New Year’s Eve.If you can help, please call Dick Mason.
“Make a Note” for upcoming events and programs.
Tickets—Randy “Ain’t He Lucky Again” Smith
immediately went and bought two lotto tickets)
of the Day
Bruce Elsey, D.V.M.
Born on December 11, 1951, in Garden City, KS, our
own Dr. Elsey came from a stock of steam engineers, battery and
car sellers, and soft drink bottlers.His first job was sorting bottles for his father’s
Mason Root Beer bottling company.After that he painted houses, raised hogs, drove a truck,
and then decided to go into veterinary medicine at Kansas State.He graduated in 1977 and went to work for a large animal
practice in Colby, Kansas.In
1978, he moved to Denver and opened the first feline only
practice in this area.
The river running through his hometown is the Ar-KANSAS River.
He and his wife Katheen
have two sons who are now attending K. State.Steve
Bolyard brought him into the
club in 1978.
“Lucky” Smith got his $5.00.
Porter Hospice Foundation
Kathie Repola of the Porter Hospice Foundation and Nancy
Porter Hospice gave information on how the philosophy of hospice
is to fill the end of life with dignity and respect.They described the not only the services through Porter
Hospice, but also of Hospice of Peace and The Butterfly Program.The Butterfly Program provides supportive services and
comfort care for children ranging in age from infants to young
Rich Carlson presented them with a Sponsorship check in the amount
- Santa Clausis to
drop in during lunch on the 18th.Bring a wrapped gift from Santa for each kid - be sure
the name is in large letters ‘cause Santa is getting blinder
Club Christmas Party
- Dress up in your holiday attire, prepare a potluck dish, wrap
a gift to exchange in a reverse auction and put Saturday the
20th on the calendar. Riverwalk Clubhouse at 6pm. Mark gift for
man, women or either. More info? - call Bob Buckland.
Omar Blair Tribute
- On December 20, 4-8 pm, the Greater Park Hill Sertoma Club
will hold a ‘Tribute to Omar D. Blair’ in recognition of his
contribution to Sertoma and his lifetime achievements in the
community. Omar was a key person in the formation of Greater
Park Hill. The club was chartered by Arapahoe on December 13,
1985. The event is a Greater Park Hill Sponsorship/Ways &
Means project - $25 per nametag. It will be held at the
Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library. For
information contact Dr. Faye Rison at 303-773-6852.
Old Fashioned Hospitality is the theme of the next Regional
Convention, which will mark the combining of the Greater Rocky
Mountain and Pacific West Regions. The date is May 20-22, 2004
and the place is John Ascuaga’s Nugget in Sparks, Nevada. The
hotel rate is only $88 per night. The convention rate will be
about $125 and include most meals. This will be a fun convention
at a fun location. Start saving your quarters and consider
signing up for the experience. The club will probably help with
Dec 10 Bingo Team A
Dec 11 Regular Meeting
Dec 17 Bingo Team B
Dec 18 Regular Meeting
Dec 22 First day of Winter - Joe Dowdey
Dec 24 No Bingo Christmas Eve -
Mike Magee B'Day
Dec 30 Jason Hand B'Day
Dec 31 Bingo Team C
Jan 1 Happy New
January 8:Josef Mason of the
Colorado Boxing Commission
January 15:Bruce Lytle on Water
January 29:Ralph Manciello, a
casino chip collector
Week will be on February 17, 2004.The speaker will be Reggie Rivers.
for building the Highland Sertoma Club will begin shortly
after the New Year.Start
thinking of who you know that you can recruit to join to
BANC this club.Bob
in charge of the BANC effort.Let’s give him our help!