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THIS WEEK IN REVIEW ....Jan 21, 2010
This weeks Reporter-Don Smith

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Quote:  “What can I do about all the nudity, bad language and violence on my VCR?” From a letter to Dear Abby.

Guests:  Rob Hatton, one of Doug Harder’s son-in-laws, the other is the program today.

Fines:   Gus fined Laskey for no badge but Gus got fined for not noticing Doug didn’t have his on.

Bingo:   Laskey reported 70 players but only $4,048 in deposits. Think of ways we can raise money if we drop out of bingo. A Poker tournament is being worked out with another non-profit.

Announcements:   NO Tim, NO announcements. (what, didn’t he find a parking space out front?)

Don Nelson sent the club a Thank You card for our thoughts to him and his family since the loss of his wife. It’s good to have him at lunch.

Rick Jacobus informed us of this years Freedom Week lunch which will be Feb 16th, registration 10:30-11:15, lunch at 11:30. Red Lion Hotel 3200 S. Parker Rd, I-225 & Parker Rd. Menu / signup sheet passed around. Cost for guests is $20. There will not be a regular lunch that week, the 18th.

A Mardi Gras Casino Night benefit for angel eyes is being held February 13 at 7:00:M Crystal Rose, Littleton, CO. 303 320-7771 or online at: www.angeleyes.org Angel Eyes mission Statement: Helping families and others cope with the sudden, unexpected death of an infant or toddler, while raising awareness, providing education and supporting research regarding sudden, unexpected infant and toddler death.

Rick Campbell will be the go to man again this year for the Soap Box Derby. See Rick for details.

Applebee's Breakfast April 24 th: Will have tickets this week. Distribute soon $7 Pancakes, sausage, juice coffee. I will allocate tickets to each. NO RETURNS BUY OR SELL! SAME RULES!! Sell to those that sleep in or will be out of town. That way we make the full $7 not just $5 per head. Volunteers be there at 6:30 AM Done by 9:30 AM

Will Martinez has King Soopers coupons.

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SERTOMAN OF THE DAY: 

Jim Rees was born in Springfield, Illinois on 14 June 1933, but was raised in Bloomington. He went to the Univ. of Illinois for 4-1/2 years. While there he got a draft notice and because he was in the Air Force ROTC program he was allowed to continue provided he graduated, otherwise the Army had a rifle for him. Graduated and in May of 1956, started pilot training in Arizona. Shortly after finishing that part of his training, the Air Force closed the base. Two days after receiving his wings he married Jo in Fort Worth, Texas.

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Pastor Jim Robinson was born in St. Louis, Missouri, on December 26, 1946. He was raised Lutheran and got into the ministry because his uncle was a pastor. His Mom and dad were both in the Navy, he was Army (blended family)

Jim graduated from seminary in 1972 and started his new profession in MO. He joined the Army 21 June 1977 and served as a chaplain. He served all over the world and retired in 2005 after 28-1/2 years and then he came to Colorado. Jim was the chaplain that blessed the first five bodies off the USS Cole.

Jim was Pastor of Christ Lutheran Church until his near fatal injury, now he is an Associate Pastor and tends after one of the greatest sinners of all time, Doug Harder. Jim was a disaster response guru for his area and helped a lot with the mess in New Orleans, along with Doug. He still has no memory between Oct and Nov 2007.

Jim has one sister, along with two children and two grandchildren with his wife, Vicki whom he married 6 Aug. 1972. Parchen claimed credit for arresting Harder the first time, putting him on the road to Deaconship. Doug Harder brought Jim into the club.

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Program:  Doug introduced Angie Knoth, a Clinical Social Worker at Ft. Logan (and his neighbor). Angie grew up in Tennessee and attended the University of Tennessee. She took a graduate program in social work. She interned in hospitals doing general medical work, all the stuff no body else would do. She moved to Colorado and attended CU in general medicine and burn and trauma. Most burns are self inflected, either from substance abuse, mental illness etc. Angie said she gets lots of threats and has to practice Verbal Judo.

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Clinical social workers provide mental health services for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of mental, behavioral, and emotional disorders in individuals, families, and groups. Their goal is to enhance and maintain their patients' physical, psychological, and social function.

Social Workers started in the 1800’s in the S.W. part of the country, helping immigrants and the poor. Now, they help kids, adults, the disabled, therapy, crisis situations like 911 or Katrina.

Educational requirements:
Clinical social workers must have a master's or doctorate degree in social work, with an emphasis on clinical experience. They must undergo a supervised clinical field internship and have at least 2 years of postgraduate supervised clinical social work employment.

COLORADO MENTAL HEALTH INSTITUTE AT FORT LOGAN
General Information
CMHI at Fort Logan opened in July 1961. The hospital has 153 inpatient beds and 20 residential beds. The hospital employs a staff of approximately 410 dedicated individuals. The state wide inpatient program for all deaf/hearing impaired clients with mental illness is at Fort Logan.

http://www.cdhs.state.co.us/cmhifl/index.htm       http://www.mentalhealthchannel.net/

 
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                       Upcoming SOD list
Jan 28 – Regular Meeting - SOD Norm Schillo
Feb 4 – Regular Meeting - SOD Don Smith
Feb 11 – Regular Meeting - SOD Bob Schlageter
Feb 16 - Freedom Week lunch - get signed up
Feb 18 – NO MEETING
Feb 25 – Regular Meeting - SOD Randy Smith

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Feb 4 – D Team
Feb 11 – E Team
Feb 18 – A Team
Feb 25 – B Team

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Observations on Growing Older  

~Your kids are becoming you...and you don't like them ...but your grandchildren are perfect!

~Going out is good. Coming home is better!

~When people say you look "Great"... they add "for your age!"

~When you needed the discount you paid full price. Now you get discounts on everything .. movies, hotels, flights, but you're too tired to use them.

~You forget names ... but it's OK because other people forgot they even knew you!!!

~The 5 pounds you wanted to lose is now 15 and you have a better chance of losing your keys than the 15 pounds.

~You realize you're never going to be really good at anything .... especially golf.

~Your husband is counting on you to remember things you don't remember .

~The things you used to care to do, you no longer care to do, but you really do care that you don't care to do them anymore.

~Your husband sleeps better on a lounge chair with the TV blaring   than he does in bed. It's called his "pre-sleep".

~Remember when your mother said "Wear clean underwear   in case you GET in an accident"? Now you bring clean underwear  in case you HAVE an accident!

~You used to say, "I hope my kids GET married .. Now, "I hope they STAY married!"

~You miss the days when everything worked with just an "ON" and "OFF" switch..

~When GOOGLE, ipod, email, modem .. were unheard of, and a mouse was something that made you climb on a table.

~You used to use more 4 letter words .. "what?"..."when?"  ???

~Now that you can afford expensive jewelry,   it's not safe to wear it anywhere.

~Your husband has a night out with the guys but he's home by 9:00 P.M. ...next week it will be 8:30 P.M.

~You read 100 pages into a book   before you realize you've read it.

~Notice everything   they sell in stores is "sleeveless"?!!!

~What used to be freckles   are now liver spots.

~Everybody whispers.

~Now that your husband has retired ... you'd give anything if he'd find a job!

~You have 3 sizes of clothes in your closet ... 2 of which you will never wear.

~~~~But old is good in some things: old songs, old movies And best of all OLD FRIENDS!!