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THIS WEEK IN REVIEW ....December 18, 2008
This weeks Reporter-Don Smith

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Quote of the Day:   “The main reason Santa is so Jolly is because he knows where all the Naughty girls live”. George Carlin

Guests:    none

Fines:  none

Announcements:    Bob Hogge has King Soopers cards for sale.

Nick sent around a final signup sheet for the Christmas (adult) party here at the Elks club Dec 19th a Friday, $20/head. Kids are here Dec 23rd, a Tuesday.

Enslow says we will be holding Bingo again at Turn of the Century Bingo at 1921 S. Havana, on Thursday, Jan. 1, 2009. The first session will be of volunteers and after that, the A-team will start things off.

Don Smith said we could put items to buy/sell in the newsletter (Nick’s Idea)

Bob Cot’e from Step-13 was heard on the Mike Rosen show and Bob mentioned the contributions from Sertoma.

Freedom Week is Feb. 17th. No regular meeting that day week. Sign up, the club pays your way. We think it is at the same place as last year.

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Bob Schlageter graced us as this weeks SOD but he talked so fast I had a hard time writing it all down. He was born in 1942 in Denver and attended Englewood Schools and graduated from H.S. in 1960. He then attended CSU and earned a Biological Science degree and later, a Masters Degree in Urban Affairs from CU. After graduation, Bob was hired by the USDA and was posted in California where he inspected their various fruits and nuts. He returned to Denver in 1968 and has worked for the Denver Health Department.


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. Bob’s wife is Ginna and he has 2 step kids. He joined the Army National Guard in the mid 60’s and was activated during the South Platte River flood.

Mabe brought him in 5 years ago in 2003.

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Program:   Cliff introduced Michelle Stacey, the Donor Resource Coordinator, Blood Donor Center of The Children’s Hospital.


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Every year at The Children's Hospital, 8,000 units of blood products are transfused into sick and injured infants, children and teens. Without this blood, many of the lifesaving procedures performed at The Children's Hospital would not be possible. The blood you donate gives these children a better chance for a healthy life.

Blood donation does not cost money and requires little time. It does, however, make a big difference. The Children’s Hospital has devoted volunteers who donate blood on a regular basis. Unfortunately, we can still run short during times of crisis or with children that have a very specific need. Help us maintain a steady supply of the wide range of blood products that kids need!

Types of Blood Donations
Whole blood donations, providing red cells and plasma
Apheresis platelet donations, providing platelets, plasma or white blood cells
Other Services We Provide
Autologous blood donations, donations a patient provides for their own use later
Directed blood donations, donating blood to someone you know
Therapeutic apheresis and stem cell collections, procedures to remove certain components of blood as treatment for illness or preparation for chemotherapy
Am I Eligible To Donate Blood?

You may be eligible to donate blood if you:
Are in good health, Have not donated blood in the last 56 days
Are symptom free of a cold or flu
Are at least 18 years of age, or 17 with written parental consent
Weigh at least 110 pounds
Have not delivered a baby in the last six weeks
Have no history of HIV/AIDS
Have not had any tattoos or body piercings within the last year
Have not traveled to a malaria risk area within the last year
Answer a series of medical history/lifestyle questions which determine eligibility

You are NOT eligible to donate blood if your medical history includes:
Blood disease, Diabetes requiring insulin, Hepatitis or yellow-jaundice
Kidney or liver disease, Sroke, Cancer, Heart disease, Intravenous drug use
Risk behaviors for AIDS
Contact Stacey at  Stacey.michelle@tchden.org     http://www.givebloodforkids.org

 
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Dec 25 – Merry Christmas
Jan 1 – Happy New Year
Jan 8 - Regular Meeting - SOD – Don Smith
Jan 15 - Regular Meeting - SOD– Randy Smith
Jan 22 - Regular Meeting - SOD– Bob Stein
Jan 29 - Regular Meeting - SOD– Gus Szala

BINGO
Jan 8 – A Team
Jan 15 – B Team
Jan 22 – C Team
Jan 29 – D Team
Feb 5 – E Team

Click here for a printable version PDF  
   Editors notes:     If you want an electronic copy of the Roster,  
  send an e-mail.     donny46@comcast.net

Sertoma Application form: app.pdf       Recruiting Manual

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    Be sure to visit the District web site at www.SertomaColorado.com to check out the latest pictures and Sertoma Information.

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