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THIS WEEK IN REVIEW .... April 25, 2013
This weeks Reporter- Don Smith

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Guests:  Bob Gallagher made his yearly visit and brought with him Craig Hospital CEO Mike Fordyce. Rev. Robinson introduced Bryn Boyer and Dr. Michael Curd (a past speaker on 9 Sep 2010).

Fines:   Bezjak fined two members of his own table, Enslow and Magee for their excessive talking about de-icing. Miley, acting Sgt-@-Arms, fined Duncan and Vierthaler for having a coat on but now Sertoma pin.

Announcements:  Scott Manley announced that the Charity Golf packages are here and need to be passed out to prospective Sponsors and Golfers. The Tournament benefits Center for Hearing, Speech and Language and other Sertoma Charities. This year we are pleased to have Susie Wargin, 9News Sports Anchor, as our celebrity Master of Ceremonies.

Scott also announced there will be anotherA-1 Scuba Raffle May 13 through 15 and he could use some help.

Peter read a couple Thank You letters the club received for the donations that we gave out.

Remember, if you bring in a new member and he stays 6 months, you get Free Dues - per new member for a quarter.

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Sertoman of the Day:   Robert Douglas Harder (alias Doug) fittingly was born on a Labor Day. Sept 22, 1937 in an oil camp in Houston, Texas, near the Rio Grande River. He didn’t stay there long enough to get tall. Doug attended grade schools in Louisiana and Missouri and the 5th through 11th grade (minus one year) in Casper, Wyoming. While in the fourth grade, he had Scarlet Fever. He finished high school in Englewood. He attended 21 schools in 20 years (slow learner?).

Doug was in the Army National Guard from 1959 to 1966 and said his squad did a fabulous job of keeping the Commies out of GA. After that, he attended CU and UNC and retired as a Mortgage Broker. He has been a member of Pastor Robinson’s church, Christ Lutheran, for over 49 years and an Elder for 409 years. Shortly after the Katrina disaster, he and Pastor Robinson went down there with a disaster relief team. He said you never want to see such destruction.

Doug has been married to Carolyn since 1963 and they have 4 children and 10 grandkids and 2 great grandkids, one just a couple weeks old. Their oldest, Zach, was a member for a short time.

Doug was brought into the club by Bill Parchen in 1966 and has been president twice and has a Gold coat. He has been on the Foundation Committee and brought in abt 58 members to Sertoma. (way to go Doug)

Doug entertained us with some stories about him and Bill Parchen, when Bill was an Englewood Policeman and Doug was in high school. Doug says that Bill was the Barney Fife of his day. He took being a police officer way, way over the top. He would walk around holding his chest out showing off his badge. Back then, Doug would steal gas from Winslow Const. Company, they would roll under the fence with 5 gallon cans and fill them up. Englewood Police set up surveillance around 12:30 or 1am and Bill had his car parked in a place where there were some trees and Doug asked him later if that was to get some shade and Bill said yah, it’s hot. (it was midnight). Bill would sit in the car and Doug and his cohorts would rev up their cars and Bill thought they were trying to distract him but they had already gotten the gas. Listen to Doug.mp3

Program:   Scott Manley introduced Terry Chase, MA, ND, RN….Terry received a spinal cord injury after being hit by a drunk driver while she was riding her bicycle near Grand Junction.

Terry’s talk today was “This Much I Know: 7 Life Lessons Learned in Spinal Cord Injury Rehab”. Her 7 Lessons are: 1. Dare to be authentic; 2. Say what needs to be said; 3. Ask for help, accept the help; 4. Some days are crying days, some days are laughing days; 5. I am right where I need to be; 6. Claim to fame: Do something extraordinary; 7. Competition isn’t all that bad. The included audio will explain all the lessons along with her complete talk.

Terry is an inspiration, passing on the life lessons she learned to get passed the difficulties that a spinal cord injury can cause. She had her good days and her bad but has gone on to accomplish may things and inspire many people. Listen to Terry Chase.mp3

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Upcoming programs:
May 2 – Kirk Mitchell, Denver Post Cold Case Reporting
May 9 – Steve Smith – Sports Writer
May 16 – Lauren Wolf – Center for Nursing Excellence
May 23 – Lixin Xahng - Accupunture

List of future programs        Past programs.pdf

Upcoming events:
May 13-15 A-1 Scuba Raffle
July 15: S.W. & Arapahoe Sertoma’s Charity Golf Tournament at Pine Hurst
Aug 27th, Tues @ Foothills Golf Course, the 23rd Annual Arapahoe Sertoma Fall Golf Classic
Dec. 13th: Christmas party @ Buell Mansion
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Upcoming SOD list
May 2 – Rick Jacobus
May 9 – Ken Kelley & BOD
May 16 – Dick Laskey
May 23 – Mike Magee
May 30 – Scott Manley

(BOD means Board of Dir. meeting)
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Click here for a printable version PDF             Club's 50yr Proclamation
   Editors notes:     If you want an electronic copy of the Roster,  
  send me an e-mail.     DonSmith@Arapahoe-Sertoma.org

Sertoma Application form: app.pdf       Recruiting Manual     
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Link to the Buell Mansion Photos:

Sertoma’s “Dual District” Website: http://www.sertomacolorado.com/
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Goto www.projectcure.org/carsforcure or call (720) 490-4009