THIS WEEK IN REVIEW ....June 9, 2005

This weeks Reporter- Carl Duncan

Song - Enslow        Pledge - Pollak         Invocation - Pastor Robinson


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We are all invited to celebrate Bob Buckland's birthday on Friday, June 24.  The location is somewhere on the other side of the hogback, south of Morrison.   More specific directions are available for those interested.   The cost will be $20.  Birthday presents are optional.   After the meal there will be a ceremony to install the club's officers for the coming year.   All are invited, but new officers should make a special effort to recognize this special day in the life of Bob Buckland. Enslow announced that in spite of paying out $5K in pickles, C team deposited $6,142.

Jim Robinson reminded us all that Tuesday, June 14, is flag day,  and to honor all of our troops who are now or who have been in harms way we should display the flag.   Pres. Dowdey reminded us once again that the joint board meeting will take place on Tuesday the 14th at 6:00 PM at the Elk's Club  and that the district leadership conference will take place this Saturday.   John Pifer is trying to organize an outing to a Rockies game.  To help Pifer narrow down the options, it was suggested that it be a home game,  some evening in August.  Stay tuned for further information. Good  News!   Howie  Kelsall is "up and around" according to Parchen and Combellick.

Sertoman of the Day

Don Nelson admitted he was born in NW Iowa 80 years ago, a product of Swedish immigrants.  The school building he attended  for 12 years in Arelia, IA is still in use.  During WWII Don was a sea marine on the battleship Colorado which was struck by a kamikaze. It was a close call, but Don survived and attended CSU.   He had a vet practice for 30 years on S Bdwy .  He has been married for 57 years; has 2 daughters and one son, all of whom are doing fine.   Joe Geers won the  floating $5. 


Rick Campbell introduced Margo Casey from the Inner City Health Center .  Ms Casey is a graduate of the Denver Seminary and has been with the center for 10 years.  The center is located in the Five Points Area and  has the mission of providing health care for the whole person in five categories: adult medical care, prenatal services, pediatrics, dental services and counseling.    Although patients are charged on a sliding fee basis depending on income, most of the center's income comes from individuals, churches, private foundations and corporations.  The center is staffed primarily by volunteers.  Teamwork between professionals and and volunteers has provided over 20 years of community service. 



 SOD's On Deck



June 15 D June 16 Dennis Howell
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
Installation Banquet ...

Social Chair Bob Buckland says we have a good crowd signed up for the Installation Banquet. If you haven't said yes yet call him today.  Friday evening, June 24, at Red Rocks Golf Club at 6. Cost is $40 per couple for Arapahoe members.   Be There!

Party Hearty -   Mardi Gras Style

New Orleans in July? Let's face it, a visit to New Orleans any time can be a treat. The 85th Sertoma International Convention will be held at the Fair­mont Hotel Thursday July 21 st thru Saturday July 23rd. Why not combine a fun vacation with a Sertoma convention experience? If you want more info visit the Sertoma web site (, or check the last issue of The Sertoman. The club has a budget and may help with expenses! Go for it! The price goes up as of July 1 so act soon.