THIS WEEK IN REVIEW ....June 16, 2005

This weeks Reporter- Mike Magee

Song - Dave Miley        Pledge - Howie Kelsall         Invocation - Jim Robinson

 


Las Brisas again came up with a great lunch. If you were not there, you missed a good one. The only guest was Kristen Bennet with ALS. Parchen announced the golf tournament at Englewood G.C. June 27th, and the Cajun cookout July 30th. Stein had a drawing for the SW Sertoma Charity Golf Tournament at Pinehurst on July 11th. The foresome drawn was Ballew, Harder, Magee, and Jacobus with alternates of Campbell and Miley. Pat McKim announced a successful night at bingo for the D team with the progressive pot up to $2,866.  Mason is working with the E team next week and needs good attendance. Buckland announced the Installation Banquet on June 24th and needs money from those who signed up to go. Pat McKim presented a check to Kristen with ALS Foundation for $1,500. Joe Dowdey announced that Dick Milne’s (Littleton Sertoma Club) son had died last week on a Mount Everest attempt. Our thoughts and prayers are with Dick and his family. Fall District Conference is scheduled for September 10th. Perfect attendance certificates were awarded to 19 in our club. Good going!   Pot of gold went to Dick Mason, and Pat McKim walked away with the handshake prize.

Sertoman of the Day

Dennis Howell was today’s SOD. He is a Colorado native who  was born in 1952. He attended Westminster High School and developed an interest in flying at an early age earning his pilot’s license at 18 years of age. He wanted to pursue a career in aviation but became an electrician instead (something to do with cost as I recall).  Being a Farmer’s Insurance Co. agent has occupied his time for the last 20 years. Dennis has been married  26 years and has one daughter who is currently attending college. Thanks for sharing, Dennis. His fiver got quickly pocketed by Will Martinez.

Program

Jack Marshall introduced Randy Schow as today’s program. Randy is the CEO of Mountain States Children’s Home in Longmont. The home started in 1960 as a working farm. Kids from troubled homes now work on the 155 acre farm and live there in one of the houses. The children are often from divorce situations and can be anywhere from 3 to 18 years old. The staff at the home  work with the kids and their parents with the goal of getting them back together. Most are teenagers from the front range. The average length of stay is one to one and a half years. They currently have 18 kids and hope to build two more homes on the farm so that they can take in more kids. This is a Christian, non-profit organization and their motto is “ Healing wounded spirits with Christ’s touch”. At the end of the speech, Jack presented Randy with a check for $1,500. from our club. Interesting presentation – thanks Jack and Randy.

 

BINGO SCHEDULE

 SOD's On Deck

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June 22 E June 23 D. Penland
June 29 A June 30 J. Rees
July 6 B July 7 Jim Robinson
July 13 C July 14 Gus Szala
July 20 D July 21 John Vierthaler
July 27 E July 28 Howie Kelsall
 
Calendar at a Glance
June 11

Leadership Conference

June 13

Littleton Sertoma Golf Tournament

June 15

Bingo D Team

June 16

Regular Meeting 

June 22

Bingo E Team

June 23

Regular Meeting

June 24

Installation Dinner

June 27

Golf Tournament

June 29  Bingo A Team
June 30  Regular Meeting
July 4
July 6

Bingo B Team

July 7

Regular Meeting

July 13

Bingo C Team

July 14

Regular Meeting

July 20

Bingo D Team

July 21

Regular Meeting

July 27

Bingo E Team

July 28

Regular Meeting

July 30

Cajun Cookout

Sept. 10

Fall District Conference

     Today's Chuckle ...

A precious little girl walks into a pet store and asks in the sweetest little lisp, “Excuthe me, mithter, do you keep widdle wabbits?” As the shopkeeper’s heart melts, he gets down on his knees so that he’s on her level, and asks  “Do you want a widdle white wabbit, or a thoft and fuwwy bwack wabbit, or maybe one like that cute widdle bwown wabbit over there?”  She in turn blushes, rocks on her heels, puts her hands on her knees, leans forward and says in a quiet voice, “I don’t think my python weally gifth a thit.”

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