all gathered for another day ofSERTOMA frivolity. We
were honored to have as a guest, Mario Marchello. The crowd went
wild today; must have been the shredded pork and French
not having a banner; how the Sgt at Arms got by with this is
as of yet undetermined.Parchen $.25 for threats to Harder, something about
cutting in the lunch line. $.25 to Mabe FOR glue on his lips
when attached to the Prezís posterior.$.25 to Table 1 for general principles bythe Sgt. At Arms, but failed. $.25 to the Prez for
hearing aids for not hearing that the fine to Table 1 really
passed, and didnít fail.$.25 to Carlson from Harder for disco lights, but
then all the lights went out.$.25 to Ballew from Beez for grabbling about the
bulletin, but failed. $.25 to Beez from Don Smith for wimping out on his fine to Ballew, due to the request for a
to Harder from Pifer for spending a lot of money not to
attend the baseball game.
The E Team deposited $6,744 from Bingo. Letís keep up the good work!
of the Day
Greg Moody, ChannelNews Critic at Large was introduced by Program Chair
Ric Jacobus.Gregg hails from Michigan.He is married and has two children.
Graduating from Western
Michigan in 1974, Gregwas on his search for stardom.Beginning as a stand-up comic in New York City, Greg
enjoyed the work but decided that eating was more important,
so he went to theater , and then served as asurgical orderly in Grand Rapids, MI.After a colorfultime there, Greg found himself as a critic at a local
news radio station.From Grand Rapids he foundhimself in Milwaukee again as a critic as a news
radio station, and then as a TV columnist for the Milwaukee
After a few years at the
paper, he finessed his way into Channel 6 TV in Milwaukee
and did a variety of things, and learned a lot about the TV
business,He did ďhard news,Ē editing, columns, photos, and
occasionally an on air story when the manager was out of
Low and behold, next stop Denver, and Channel 9, for two
years and then he was woooed away by Channel 4,and for what he says is the perfect job in doing fun
features, columns, editing, and duties as Critic at Large.He has been with Channel 9 for fifteen years.He is also the author of five novels, and his
favorite current movies are SeaBiscuit and Finding Nemo.Thanks for being with us today, Greg.
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Luncheon- then Sign 'em up!
TIME OF LOSS
Prayers and Sympathies are extended to Dick Enslow
and his family on the loss of his mother on August
McKim Presented Mario Marchello a check for
to the Marchello Foundation
To assist cancer survivors with College Scholarships
REALLY WORKS !!
Hogge announced that Western Welcome Week was a big success;
$1,450 to the club. Thanks Bob, and to all who
to John Pifer for putting together the Rockies outing.A great time was had by all.
of Officers and Directors - Mt. Vernon
Leadership Conference (Tentative)
Zangs Golf (see Sorensen
Meeting 6pm Elks Club
You Know? You
too can be a Newsletter Editor.
Thanks to Randy Smith and Dave Miley for volunteering
this next year. See Mike Ballew if you can help.