A song plus a pledge plus a prayer started the
meeting. A guest at Table #1 prompted a 25-cent plus 25-cent
fine, which equaled the fines from Mason to Jason and from
Parchen to Gallagher, give or take 25 cents! In addition to
praying very well, Rev. Bill, in his role as Heavenly Golf
Dude, presented Bob Hogge and Dick Laskey with memorial wall
art to symbolize their activities on the course last week.
Dean Hiss promoted a trip to I
Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change, to be held on July 17; Bob Stein touted the Southwest
Sertoma Golf tourney on July 14th; and Pifer...poor
Pifer...worked with the zeal of ten men to sell the tickets
to the August 19th Rockies game. A meeting without an
announcement from Enslow would be, uhhhh….well….uhhh...anyway,
C team is up next, Dr. Pollak, of coupon fame, did his
thing, and Bob Buckland presented information on the ALS
Gala, as well as the LoDo Sertoma baseball camp. It was a
miracle, that with all this going on, Lloyd Steinmann, a
retired contractor, was inducted into our membership. Lloyd
is thinking about spending his retirement doing volunteer
work. Lloyd, have we got a deal for you! 50 cents to Lloyd,
following a really rotten induction!
of the Day
was in the neighborhood, and was drafted into being the SOD.
We all know that Dale was a product ofIdaho, and, can trace the Boise River to the Snake
River, which then flows into the Columbia. We are all well
aware of his twenty-three years at Porter Hospital pushing
drugs. We have heard about his move to Loveland, where he is
the head drug dude at the McKee Medical Center. We all know
Gloria and Jason. We are amazed that Dale has found good
medications to help him remain so calm withJason’s wedding only a few weeks away. Dale has
done almost everything for Sertoma. He has been in every
chair possible, including being a gold coat president, a
governor, and an award winning secretary. This year, Dale
was awarded Sertoman of the year by the Rocky Mountain
Region. Thanks for stopping by, and good luck at
Harder, armed with exhaustive research and many facts, was
pleased to introduce our program for the day, Mitch Jelniker.Mitch, as we
know is a very popular anchor for Channel 7 News. Mitch is
one of the few remaining natives, and has landed in
Colorado, following stints in San Francisco and Oklahoma
City. Mitch was very entertaining, as he told a story ofbeing helped out of a difficult situation by Dan
Rather, and it was very interesting to hear some of the
behind the scenes information on life in Oklahoma City,
following the bombing. The main purpose of Mr. Jelniker’s
visit, was to promote the “Everyday Heroes” segment,
which is presented by Channel 7. Based on Mitch’s
information, it would appear as though the community does
appreciate the things some people do on a volunteer basis.
It is also interesting to hear how difficult it canbe to get a worthy volunteer to stand in the
spotlight. This was a very interesting program. Thank you
Mitch! And who knows...If we keep trying to do good things,
one of us might make it onto 7 News?
today, but there’s always next week!
I Love You. You’re Perfect! Now Change!
July 17...Garner Galleria Theater
See Dean Hiss
Mark your calendars...Don’t forget!
Rockies Game...Great Seats
Meeting - John Does at Riverside”
Meeting -Seatbelt Angels
- Fly your flag
Sertoma Board Meeting
Southwest Sertoma Club —Golf Match, Lunch,
Dinner, Prizes, Silent
Auction — See Bob Stein.
Meeting - "An Atlas, if You’re Lucky”
July 30-Aug 2
Sertoma International Convention The
Sertoman, June 5th Issue
See Phil Grim
Cajun Cookout - See Bill Parchen
Thought Worth Repeating
“It only costs a little more to get the very best.”