This Week In Review - July 15, 2004
This Week’s Reporter: Carl Duncan

Song - Steve Bolyard      Pledge - Bill Worth Bill Kohlmeier  

Newly elected District Governor MIKE BALLEW  returned from the international convention with a new district Governor medallion for our banner.   DENNIS REYNOLDS is improving.   The measure of his improvement has something to do with waking to or around the nurses station.    When the time comes that he spends too much time at the nurses station, they will send him home.     
ANNOUNCEMENTS:  Cajun Cookout on July 31, from 11:00 AM till 4:00PM .
                                                     Beer and pop will be provided, but bring a side dish.  
JOHN PIFER is organizing an evening at a Rockies game. Time to be determined.           
GEORGE HANNES needs to get as many surveys returned as possible in order to lay to rest all 
of the RAFFLE controversies. BINGO A team deposited $5,100. 

BINGO B team is on duty  July 21.
District Leadership Conference will take place  on Saturday, August 7, 8:00AM, south campus of Regis College, I-25 & Orchard .
                                               
FUN & GAMES:  Don Smith fined Dr Bruce Elsey for some sort of animalist add on TV.
Ed Bezak fined Bill Parchen for his weekly fine for
whatever.  
Nick Morrone fined Dick Mason and Ed Bezak for not knowing
what day it was.  As evidence he submitted the attendance slip  they filled in  with the wrong date.

Sertoman of the Day

SERTOMA OF THE DAY was Jack Marshall.  He was brought into the club by his father, Don Marshall. He was born in Denver in 1957. He attended East Elementary, Euclid Jr. High and Littleton High School.  He spent 4 years in the Air Force as a  weapons  mechanic. He became a licensed electrician and taught Architect Technology at Arapahoe Community College for 10 years before joining his father's architect firm.  The firm is currently involved in a multiplicity of projects on a national and international scale.  Jack introduced his son, Staff Sgt. Jeremy Marshall who returned from Iraq last October.   Sgt. Marshall believes the war is worthwhile but it is difficult to maintain morale in a place like Iraq.

Program

THE PROGRAM was presented by Jennifer McBride who is a member of the Lodo Sertoma Club.   She represents  an organization called Heartlight Center which provides grief support and education for people who are enduring major life changes such as death, catastrophic health problems and even the empty nest syndrome.  Her own father's death was the catalyst  for involvement in this activity.   A special meeting of the Board of Directors was called in order to approve a $500 fee to sponsor a foursome (names to be drawn) in the Lodo Club's golf tournament  which supports  the  Heartlight Center.   Click on the link to visit Heartlight Center website  http://www.heartlightcenter.org/

 

On the Calendar

July

July 19

Happy Birthday Bill Parchen

July 21

Bingo Team B -Happy Birthday Rick Campbell

July 22

Regular Meeting - SOD  Tim Pollak
    July 23 Happy Birthday Rick Jacobus

July 25

Happy Birthday Robert Hogge

July 28

Bingo Team C

July 29

Regular Meeting - SOD Don Masias
July 31 

Cajun Cookout