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THIS WEEK IN REVIEW ....February 25, 2016
This weeks Reporter- Don Smith

news_l3.gif   Doug Harder         Rick Campbell       news_l5.gif   Dave Miley

Guests:   Alice Perkins, Jim’s wife: Chad Kasson, guest of Dick Mason:
Mike Showalter, guest and son-in-law of Glenn Combellick

FINES:   Orian, for being Orian: Table one for a Guest.

Birthdays:   n/a

Announcements:  President Bill gave a little rundown on the past National Presidents and Regional VP reception dinner which preceded the Freedom Week event.

Tim gave a rundown of the last Sertoma Promotion club meeting.

Here is the list of “Perspective Officers” for the next year: This is preliminary so if you have any other suggestions or want to volunteer, let Bill know. Election next week.

Chairman of Board Bill Benton
President Bob Buckland
Vp membership Doug Harder
Vp programs Randy Smith
Vp sponsorship Scott Manley

Secretary Mike Magee
Treasurer Dick Mason
Sgt at Arms Joe Gomez
Social chairman Orian Hunter
Chaplin Jim Robinson
Ways & Means Pat McKim
Publicity & Attendance Don Smith (hey, I was out of town, how did I get selected?)
Freedom Week Rick Jacobus

Foundation Glenn Combellick, Carl Duncan, Phil Grimm & Jim Rees

It was mentioned at the Board Meeting that we will be looking for a Service to Mankind and a Sertoman of the Year. I think we have the Sertoman of the Year nailed down but nothing for Service to Mankind. Put your thinking cap on and come up with some ideas.

Dave Miley has a date for the go-cart track in Highlands Ranch, It is March 18th at 5:30p.m.
K1 Speed It’s a fund raiser and social event. The cost to drive is $50 but nothing to be a spectator….Indicate if your guest is going to drive or not.

Gary is looking for a couple hold-outs on the turning in of “current Bio’s”.

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:   Scott Manley talked about his High School, East High and some of the better known people that have attended the school over the years. He was recently at his 50th reunion. Listen to his audio for the whole story.

Scott Manley was born 1947 in Denver at St. Joseph Hospital. Went to Park Hill elementary and then to East High. He attended UNC in Greeley and eventually earned a Master degree. He got a teaching degree and started teaching in Greeley, then went on to get a masters, later getting a doctorate at UNC in administration and counseling.

Scott worked at Craig Hospital for 36 years and met his wife, Cathy, there. They have two children, a son and a daughter and two grandkids now. Scott and Cathy are both retired. His son is carrying on the Manley tradition by working at Craig and his daughter is a nurse at Rose. Scott works with wood and tinkers with old cars. No military service, his draft number was 328 but he also had bad legs. The river was the Platte River. Dean Hiss brought him into the club. Scott used to work with Sertoma at Craig. Sertoma bought Craig the first van in the 1970’s.
Listen to Scott Manley.mp3

Program:   Bob Schlageter introduced Dr. Penny Montgomery and Dr. Glenda Lippmann from New Hope for the Brain.

Dr. Montgomery’s approach to Neurofeedback has been successful in restoring function and minimizing or eliminating symptoms in conditions as diverse as closed and open head injury, anoxia (lack of oxygen), stroke, injury-related dementia, MS, Parkinson’s, Attention Deficit Disorder, Autism, Epilepsy, sleep deprivation and chronic pain. It has also been shown to be helpful with some emotional disorders such as anxiety, panic disorder and genetic unipolar depression.

As a result of her 40 years of studying brains, Dr. Montgomery believes that Neurofeedback does not treat symptoms. It does, however, restore the brain to a more healthy condition in which symptoms are minimal or absent. This is because a healthy brain has no symptoms. Her focus is on using Neurofeedback to train the brain to optimize it’s neuronal activity and achieve optimal health.

Dr. Glenda Lippmann:
Throughout her career as a therapist, Dr. Lippmann’s focus has been on mind/body interactions whether the focus was on biofeedback for health-related issues, stress-management techniques or trauma and PTSD. Her vision of “good therapy” incorporates the spiritual dimension with the psychological and physical dimensions.

View the CBS-4 show Former Broncos Seek Concussion Relief Through Neurofeedback Listen to Dr. Penny Montgomery.mp3

Upcoming programs and events :
Mar 3 – Dennis Rodriguez – The Super Human Effort
Mar 10 - Colorado Wine Industry Development Board
Mar 24 – Lily Tang Williams – Candidate for US Senate
Mar 31 – Home Healthcare

List of future programs        Past programs.pdf

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Upcoming SOD list
Mar 3 – Jack Marshall
Mar 10 – Dick Mason
Mar 17 – Pat McKim
Mar 24 – NO SOD
Mar 31 – Dave Miley

(BOD means Board Of Dir. meeting)

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Soaring Valor (Short Film)

Links to the
2016 Freedom Week
2015 Christmas Party
2015 Pinehurst Golf Tournament

2013 Christmas Party Photos:
2012 Buell Mansion Photos:
2012 Soap Box Derby Photos:
Freedom Week Photos:
Sertoma’s “Dual District” Website:
The club’s Facebook page: