This Week In Review - July 22, 2004
This Week’s Reporter: Mike Ballew

Song - Norm Selby     Pledge - Orian Hunter Prayer - Phil Grimm  

Once again the troops rallied for the weekly Sertoma cause; and a fine one it was.  There were no guests, but no doubt there is someone out there who would like to be invited to attend our lively group.   Randy Smith was recently on the TV, and it cost him a buck, via Tim Pollak.  While not on TV,  Doug Harder nailed Rick Jacobus $.25 for too much sexual activity.  Parchen fined Harder $.25 for a lack of the same activity.  Rick gave us a Bingo report and said we deposited about $6,300 this week.  Pat McKim distributed a detailed report about the raffle, where we made $8,325.25, with 25% of that going to Adam’s Camp.    Report is that Dennis Reynolds is doing better, although still in the hospital for a few days, and then home. 

George Hannes updated us as to his work regarding the raffle.  He has been doing a lot of  research and will have more definite information in a couple of weeks.  However, it appears to be an event that will cost about $30-35 per  person.  Still unclear as to the silent auction and location, but George will keep us updated.  Thanks, George, for your work on this.

Sertoman of the Day

WAIVED IN HONOR OF OUR PROGRAM WE NEED HELP!!!

 WE NEED A COUPLE OF BULLETIN EDITORS, SEE CARL DUNCAN 

WITHOUT SOMEONE HELPING, PUBLICATIONS MAY BE REDUCED

AS TWO EDITORS HAVE RESIGNED AND TWO PEOPLE SIMPLY CANNOT DO IT!!!

Program

ALL HAIL TO THE KING!!!, who again caused us to be delightfully entertained. In his own words, the king always like to keep us “a breast, or two” of activities. Today’s activity was our annual lingerie show, provided by Julie Welch, and her mom, Carol,  with Ultra Legs Lingerie and Hosiery located in downtown Englewood.  Our “show girls” de jour   were Cory, Kathy, and Lenoire.
These three delightful women modeled the latest in lingerie, and other things, that only Pat McKim knew what was, all to the delight of those attending. Rousing rounds of applause greeted the women as they promenaded and flipped their boa’s right in front of us. Pictures were taken by Bill Worth, and it is unclear if they will be available for public scrutiny, or However, there is one picture of Bill with Kathy, as taken by Miley, which will no doubt be a money maker for the club.
Various raffle prizes were awarded to Grimm, Doug Harder, Doucette, Schlageter, Fry, Hiss, Beez, Stein, Randy Smith, Miley, Storey, and Nettles. Fry took the prize winning 3, and Stein and Smith both took home 2 prizes. One of Randy’s was a yellow and pink thong. At last writing, Stein was still looking at his new camera, and Doug Harder was trying to figure out what to do with his new thong. Lots of potions, bubble baths and other “fu-fu” items were also given away, so lots of guys ourghta smell real pretty next week.  If you missed today, you missed a lot!!!!!

Pot of Gold—John Pifer

Handshake Award—Don Nelson

Announcements

  • BIG HAPPENINGS JULY 24, CLUB LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE 

AT JOE’S OFFICE 8:30 AM

  • JULY 31, BILL PARCHEN AND A CAST OF THOUSANDS WILL BE HOSTING OUR

 ANNUAL CAJUN COOKOUT AT STEARNS PARK FROM 11-4.  BRING A DISH, IN

ADDITION TO YOUR GIRL FRIEND, AND $7.50 PER PERSON AND $2..50 FOR THOSE

 UNDER 10.  DON’T MISS THIS!!!

  • AUGUST 21, JOHN PIFER HAS US BOOKED AT THE ROCKIES VS THE METS.

TICKETS ARE $27 FOR A GREAT TIME

  • AUGUST 21, BOB SCHLAGETER HEEDS HELP WITH THE LEMONADE/NUT ROAST AT WESTERN WELCOME WEEK.  SIGN-UP AND SEE BOB FOR DETAILS.

On the Calendar

July

    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

August 4

Bingo Team D

August 5

Regular Meeting - Alternative Investing 
 
 Program, by Compass Financial Solutions
 

August 11

Bingo Team E

August 18

Bingo Team A

August 25

Bingo Team B

DID YOU KNOW? 

  • World’s Richest person, John D. Rockefeller, who in 1913 was worth $900 million, which today is worth $189.6 Billion bucks.

  • Ben Soares, of St Andrews, Scotland flipped a Tiddlywink shot 31’3” for a world record.

  • Biggest slot machine pay-out was $39,713,982.25 from the Ex Calibur Casino in Las Vegas on March 31, 2003.