started, this meeting was difficult to stop. The song
happened and the pledge happened, and due to Doug Harder’s
ability to communicate with God, the prayer happened. We
quickly moved into the consumption of Enchiladas sported by
beans and rice. There were no quests to suffer Enslow’s
announcement about C-team being up for bingo next week, or
Laskey’s report about bingo the night before. The Prince
of the Parking Pass pushed on with purpose, and Bob Hogge
hawked the passes for the Biz Bash for Emily Griffith. Hiss
announced the Second Annual King Crab Dinner (emphasis on
King), and the good Doctor Pollak promoted grocery coupons
from King Soopers (emphasis on King). Following all this
activity, Zack Harder stepped to the front with his friend,
our newest member, Norm Selby, who was inducted poorly, but
finally. Norm is an Englewood native who has done a variety
of things, but is now happily hustling mortgages, and
supporting his wife, Kathy, and his two daughters. Welcome
Norm!!!!! For everyone’s information, Dave Miley has been
spending time at Porter Hospital on South Downing, where he
has been deprived of a pesky piece of anatomy. We wish Mr.
of the Day
introduced as the Sertoman of the Day. Joe was born in St.
Louis, Missouri, and educated at an elementary school and a
high school, and finally at the Missouri School of Mines.
Joe was well aware of the fact that he grew up fairly close
to the Mississippi River, and brought a rock from the river
to prove it. Joe, a chemical engineer by trade and by
design, worked for Gulf Oil before vacationing in Korea. He
then went to work for Proctor and Gamble, but, like so many
of you, ended up at Johns Mansville in St. Louis,
California, New York, and then finally here in 1970! Whew!
Makes one tired, just thinking about hauling that rock
around the country. Joe and Shirley have just celebrated
their 50th Anniversary! As a result of this record breaking
Joe was able to boast of six daughters and twelve grandkids!
$$$$ Howie got the Five! $$$$
armed with exhaustive research and many facts, was pleased
to introduce our program for the day, Janet Elway. Mrs.
Elway began her presentation, by directing our attention to
a program named Adam’s Camp, with which she is affiliated,
and about which, we will beprovided more information in the future.Janet gave us information about her childhood in
Tacoma, Washington, and her family’s enthusiasm for
sailing, which ultimately sent her to Stanford on a swimming
scholarship. We were also given insight into the fact that
male college athletes find female athletes attractive. Janet
was then very forthcomingindiscussing
some of the health problems she has experienced in recent
years. A colon disorder, very similar to Crohn’s Disease
has made hospitalization and surgery at the Mayo Clinic in
Minnesota necessary for Janet. As an added bonus, Janet
brought us up to date on the status of herchildren, and provided us with some insights int o the
present activities of a retired quarterback. Thank you,
Janet! We enjoyed meeting you!
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today, but there’s always next week!
King Crab Leg Dinner...May 2nd...Mt.
Vernon Country Club!!
see Dean Hiss………...All you can
eat….$35 a head!
Annual Golf Scramble
Englewood Golf Club
May 15-17, 2003
Mark your calendars...Don’t forget!
Regional Convention - Sheraton Hotel DTC
See President Grimm
Bingo Team C Nathan
Hall's B' Day
Bingo Team D
Annual King Crab DinnerMt.Vernon CC——$35
Board Meeting...Remember those written reports! Be a hero!!!!!
May 15 - 17
Greater Rocky Mountain
Thought Worth Repeating
“I have enough money to last me the rest of my life,