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THIS WEEK IN REVIEW ....January 23, 2014
This weeks Reporter- Don Smith

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Guests:   Jim Perkins introduced his wife, Alice.

Fines:   Table 6 for loud talking during program; A cell phone went off, thats automatic; Mason for “LOUD” socks.

Jim Perkins was going to be fined for bringing his wife but Scott had asked her to stay to receive a gift card for her work on the Christmas party. Mike Magee and Rick Campbell accepted cards for their wives also, hopefully the wives will get the cards.

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Announcements   Orian Hunter is doing much better and may be discharged this Saturday. Asked if Orian is the same ole “King”, the answer was YES.....he got a bunch of the old ladies involved in a football pool and having a grand ole time.
Don Nelson is doing better with his back problems but may not be back for several more weeks. Give Don a call at home, he would like to hear from us.

The results are in and Scott Manley won the Bronco total score contest with a guess of 41 and the actual score was 42. We get a chance to try again next week for the Super Bowl. This weeks contest raised $105 for Sponsorship for a total of $205 so far.

Rick Jacobus is busy again this year with the Freedom Week event. He didn’t pass around the sign-up sheet but if you have any questions, contact Rick. Arrive a little early to register and lunch is served at 11:30am. Event this year is at Pinehurst C.C. 6255 W. Quincy Ave., Denver.

Scott has us going to Wind Crest Living Communities for lunch on February 20th. He says wives would be welcome also so contact Scott if you want to take your bride.

Scott had no update on the charity golf event with S.W. for this year.
He also gave a little info on the upcoming Celebrate Sound Walk which is Saturday, May 17th and Ken has agreed to be the Chair of the Sponsorship Commettee with Scott and Tim’s assistance.

Birthday mention goes to: Dick Enslow and Ken Kelley

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:   Bruce Elsey was schedule but didn’t show.

Program:   Doug Harder introduced the daughter of an old friend of this, Beth Clough.

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Beth is a Counselor/Registrar at S.O.A.R. Academy.

“S.O.A.R. is an opportunity for young adults ages 14-20 to finish their high school education in an individualized, self-paced program that delivers the skills they need to fulfill their dreams.”

S.O.A.R. (Student Outreach and Academic Recovery) Academy is a free public school in the Sheridan School District. We focus on high school completion for a range of students from Middle School to adult.

Here are a few facts about SOAR:
    • Students complete 230 credits to comply with District graduation requirements and earn a tier one diploma from SOAR Academy, which will qualify for military or college admissions.
    • The majority of students in SOAR and are in traditional 9-12th grades. Many come to SOAR because traditional classrooms with 28-30 students and rigid attendance expectations have not worked for them. Our direct instruction class sizes are small, usually not larger than 12 in the room.
    • Many students in SOAR must work to support their children and/or extended families. We have some flexibility in scheduling for students over age 17.
    • SOAR’s adult program, Lighthouse, allows students over 21 to complete high school level classes from home with support from licensed teachers either by phone or in the SOAR Lab in extended hours. There is no upper age limit for the Lighthouse program. Students will receive a full diploma from SOAR and are encouraged to walk through the graduation ceremony.
    • Two social workers assist students and their families with access to community resources and to group and individual mental health interventions.
    • Sheridan High School and SOAR Academy co-operate in athletics and some elective classes.
    • Students may apply for admission at any time during the school year. Acceptance may be based on several considerations especially if the applicant is coming from outside the Sheridan School District.

Interested students may contact us at SOAR with questions about enrolling. Please contact the Counselor, Beth Clough at 720-833-6776 or our Program Director, Michael Granderson at 720-833-6796.

Listen to Beth Clough.mp3

Upcoming programs:
Jan 30 – Mark Serrezes – Nat. Snow & Ice Data Center
Feb 20 – Alzheimer Presentation at Wind Crest
List of future programs        Past programs.pdf

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Upcoming SOD list
Jan 30 - Bruce Elsey
Feb 6 –Dick Enslow
Feb 13 –Tom Fry
Feb 20 – No meeting at Elks club
Feb 27 –Doug Harder
Mar 6 - James Helmick
Mar 13 - Phil Grimm
(BOD means Board of Dir. meeting)

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