THIS WEEK IN REVIEW ....February 24, 2005

This weeks Reporter- Dave Miley

Song - Everyone Pledge -Tom Fry          Invocation - Dave Miley

Guests: Dave Penland, Kendra & Sophie, (Enslows daughter and granddaughter)

Fines: Bezjak fined Enslow for having unnecessary surgery just to get attention, and exposing his daughter and granddaughter to our unruly crowd.  Announcements: Tim Polak has given four gallons of blood to Bonfies.  Congratulations, Tim.  Dick Lasky has drank 400 gallons of Coors.  McKim reported a $6,600 deposit for Bingo.  Progressive is up to $8,000. Parchen gave a report on the Blackhawk trip. Jack Marshall reported on the Soup for the Soul dinner.  The March 8, Board meeting has been changed to the 7th. because of the District Awards Meeting on the 8th.  Arapahoe Club is sponsoring the first twenty members who sign up for the Regional Convention, April 21-23.  thats worth $165.


Sertoman of the Day

SOD- Phil Grim was born on November 18, 1934, at Porters Hospital. (backwards).  Phil attended Grant, Jr. High, and Englewood , Sr. High.  He attended DU where he participated in ROTC and dated a WAC.  He is married to Marls, and has three kids and 4 grand kids.  He was brought into the club by Bill Anderson and Bill Parchen. Phil is a retired self employed sign painter.  He plays a lot of tennis and golf.  Phil was President in 2002-03.  Phials $5.00 went to Tommy Fry. 


Program

Todayís Program  John Vierthaler brought us Dr. Barbara Obrien.  Barbara was a speech writer for former governor Lamm.  She is currently working for the Children's Campaign.  Their function is to influence how state funds are spent for the health and education of children. They advocate preventative maintenance instead of catch-up programs. Colorado ranks 19th. out of 50 states for children's care in 1998.  We have now slipped to 28th. Colorado ranks 50th. in child immunizations, and 48th. in school drop out rate.  The Children's Campaign is a privately funded organization.
Pot of Gold : Bailey lost, Buckland lost, George Hannes won.        Handshake Prize: None.

 

 Next Bingo

 Team Up

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Mar 2        D
Mar 9        E
Mar 16      A
Mar 23      B
Mar 30      C

 SOD's

 On Deck

 3/3      Duncan
3/10    J Hand
3/17    Hannes
3/24    D Harder
3/31    Z Harder


 
 

You Determine Raffle Success

To be a success, our 22nd Annual Charity Raffle needs the cooperation of every club member. If you donít know the basics, it goes like this: We sell only 200 tickets (at $125 each) for a reverse raffle (last ticket out wins). Prize money is $8000. Each ticket includes two dinners during a fun evening at Pinehurst Country Club. For this to work, every ticket must be sold (itís not as tough as you might imagine - just ask Nick Morrone). We also need donated door prizes, which are distributed throughout the evening. You can solicit them or donate then yourself. Your advertising in the program also adds to the profit (or at least reduces the expense). Along with the raffle, we will have a silent auction for the benefit of the ALS Foundation (Lou Gehrig's -**01-ease). The date is April 23, the place is Pinehurst, the time is 5:30 pm on, the contact for information is George Hannes. Your help is very important.

Convention Approaching

April 21, 22 & 23 are the dates for the Mountain West Regional Convention.to be held at the Hotel DTC (formerly Hilton South), it wonít get any closer or more convenient. Attending a Regional Convention is a fun, educational and enlightening experience. Recent changes now allow us many delegates so you can participate in the voting. The club will pay your registration- sign up to go. It is definitely worth your time. Meals are included.