This Week In Review - April 8, 2004

This Week's Reporter - Dave Miley

Song - Dave Miley     Pledge - ?     Invocation Rev. Kohlmeier

 

BUSINESS MEETING:    

ANNUAL REPORTS WERE RECEIVED FROM:
 
President:  Joe Dowdey substituted for Tim Pollak
Secretary:  Mike Ballew
Treasurer: Dick Lasky
Attendance: Jack Marshall
Social: Bob Buckland
Ways and Means: Don Masiass
Growth:  Bob Hogge
Publicity: Don Smith
Membership:  Rick Campbell  
Programs: Joe Dowdey
Sponsorship: Rich Carlson
Sargent at Arms: Zach Harder
Bingo: Pat McKim
Incentives: Norm Selby
Foundation: Dave Miley.
  HANDSHAKE PRIZE: None     POT OF GOLDGeorge Hannes 

OFFICERS ELECTION SLATE ACCEPTED
 2004-2005 Officers:

Chairman of the Board
President                 
Vice Presidents                     Treasurer                         Secretary                           
Sergeant at Arms                Directors 2yr                    Directors 1yr                         
Tim Pollak
Joe Dowdey
Rick Campbell, Jack Marshall, Norm Selby
Bob Hogge
Carl Duncan
Dick Mason
Zach Harder, Don Smith, Nick Morrone
Bob Buckland, Bob Schlageter, TBA

GUESTS:  Jill Wayne, Dennis Howell, Paul Motskus, and Nick Carlson.   

                            

PRIZE: For the person who can find their initials in the News Letter.
TP Contact Dave Miley at the next meeting.

On the Calendar
April

April 11

Happy Easter

April 13

Board Meeting 6 p.m. Elk's Club
    April 14 Bingo Team C

April 15

Regular Meeting - SOD Bill Worth
Keith Schrum, Colorado Historical Society

April 17

Car raffle  
    Calendar Click on Calendar to see the full Month of April

         

                                      WHAT NOT TO NAME YOUR DOG

Everybody who has a dog calls him "Rover" or "Boy."  I call mine "Sex."
Now Sex has been very embarrassing to me.  When I went to City Hall
to renew his dog license, I told the clerk I would like to have a license
for Sex.  He said "I'd like to have one too."  Then I said "You don't
understand.  I've had Sex since I was nine years old."  He said I must
have been quite a kid.

When I got married and went on my honeymoon, I took the dog with
me.  I told the motel clerk that I wanted a room for my wife and me,
and a special room for Sex.  He said that every room in the place was
for sex.  I said "You don't understand, Sex keeps me awake at night."
The clerk said, "Me too."

One day I entered Sex in a contest, but before the competition began,
the dog ran away.  Another contestant asked me why I was just
standing there looking around.  I told him I had planned to have Sex
in the contest.  He told me that I should have sold my own tickets.
"But you don't understand, I said, "I  had hoped to have Sex on
TV."  He called me a show-off.  When my wife and I separated  we
went to court to fight for custody of the dog.  I said "Your Honor, I
had Sex before I was married."  The Judge said "Me too."
Then I told him that after I was married Sex left me.  He said "Me too." 
Last night Sex ran off again.  I spent hours looking around town for
him.  A cop came over to me and asked "What are you doing in this
alley at
four o'clock in the morning?"  I said "I'm looking for Sex"
My case comes up Friday.