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THIS WEEK IN REVIEW .... February 14, 2013
This weeks Reporter- Jim Perkins

news_l3.gif Phill Grimm       news_l4.jpg Bob Stein    news_l5.gif   Rev. Robinson

Guests:   Bryn Boyer, guest of Rev. Robinson

Fines:  There a number of persons proposing the good Rev be fined as he arrived too late to do his job but was in plenty of time to load a mountain of food on his plate. This motion passed easily. Miley then asked the club to waive the fine as he was sure he felt Gods word reaching him channeling through the good Rev. Having escaped a well Earned fine Rev Robinson compounded matters by slipping out early.

Peter Pauwels was fined for dereliction of duty for missing our previous week’s meeting. Peter lamely indicated he had gotten so wrapped up in a project he forgot all about checking the time.

Announcements:  Our President Peter Pauwels indicated he was running low on fish bait so he cane in to run the meeting.

Rick Jacobus reminded everybody that the Freedom Week luncheon is being held on the 19th at Pinehurst Country Club. There will be no regular club meeting on the 21st. Guests are welcome but will cost extra, price might be $22 but not sure. Registration starts about 10:45am.

Tim Pollack - indicated his incentives committee had met and is asking the club for suggestions (leads) as to where to obtain a good Service-to-Mankind candidate. This needs to be addressed quickly as the entry deadline is growing near.

Dick Enslow spoke of those involved in the upcoming golf classic at Pinehurst this fall. Committee chairs were established for some of the various functions. Many were members of our club.

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:   Glenn Combellick, following what is becoming a new tradition for our weekly SOD, provided information from his family tree. His great grandfather was born in 1798 in Cornwall, England (King Arther's castle is there). He came to this country and settled in Council Hill, Illinois. His grandfather was born there and was wounded in the Battle of Gettysburg. His wife and all but two children died in the diphtheria epidemic. After the war, he and his new wife (his grandmother) and the two boys, got together with a few veterans of the war and went west and settled in South Dakota founding the town Gettysburg, about 60 miles north of Pierre. His father was born there. Glenn’s dad, born 1890, worked in Montana as a mechanic. His Mom was born in 1895 in Mount Pleasant, PA. Glenn came along 1924.

Glenn Combellick was born in Billings, MT on May 8th, 1924. He lived, attended school and fished there until he left to join the Navy. While there, he got into playing marbles and, at the age of 12, won the City Tournament. He also won the next year and he says those were his “athletic years”, 1936 and 1937, when he was in junior high school. Glenn played marbles in the dirt lot next to his house so much he had dirt embedded in his hand. He says he was a “good” kid and didn’t get caught doing anything bad.

Glenn graduated from high school in 1941 and was in the Navy from Dec. 3rd, 1942 until Sep. 29th, 1945. He stayed in the States the whole time, being trained. Then he came to Denver and graduated at DU in 1948, followed by passing his CPA exam and into private practice in Englewood for 27 years until he retired in 1976 at 52 years old. Married Vernie Aug 29, 1948 and has 4 kids, 8 grandkids and 2 great grandchild. He indicated his son in Alaska retires July 1 and will continue to live in Alaska.

Glenn has been a member of Arapahoe Sertoma since 1955 and brought into the club by the charter President. Thanks for being part of the club Glenn.

Program:   Pat McKim introduced Barbara Vandenberg who spoke to us about Dahn Yoga a form of yoga designed to reduce stress and help the body become energized. It calls for four different steps to improved health. These activities includes: energy training, meditation, Tat Chi and Yoga.

1. Warm Up – releasing tension to prepare the body for exercise.
2. Deep Stretching – increases circulation while aiding alignment, flexibility and strength.
3. Meditation – allowing your mind to be at peace by drawing our minds away from daily stress and busy thoughts.
4. Breathing – deep breathing clears the mind and energizes the body.

Dahn Yoga is a Franchise business and Barbara’s is located at 201 University Blvd. Unit #120
Denver, CO 80206 (303)316-9977

Upcoming programs:

Feb 28 – Jeff Broome - Author
Mar 7 – Colorado Health Insurance Exchange

List of future programs        Past programs.pdf

Upcoming events:
Feb 19th: Freedom Week
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
 pot2.gif       Glenn Combellick       dollars.gifJohn Vierthaler choose Glenn’s infamous brown paper bag and was surprised to not find a bottle of Combellick’s wonderful homemade wine. He won a heart shaped box of Valentine’s Day chocolates which he then circled the room sharing them.

Upcoming SOD list
Feb 28 - Carl Duncan
Mar 7 - Bruce Elsey

(BOD means Board of Dir. meeting)

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