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THIS WEEK IN REVIEW ....Jan 28, 2010
This weeks Reporter-Don Smith

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Quote:  “I am a 23 year old liberated woman who has been on the pill for 2 years. It’s getting expensive and I think my boy friend should help share the cost but I don’t know him well enough to discuss money with him” From Dear Abby.

Guests:   Pastor Jim brought his neighbor, Harvey Field

Fines:   n/a

Bingo:   75 players and a deposit of $5,050. Marshall has the Lemonade Stand and wants ideas on where we can use it. Randy brought up the idea of a Pre-School hearing screening.

Announcements:   Bruce received his 30 year plaque. He also mentioned his wife is in remission. The club also received several “Thank You” notes.

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The Dry Creek club is having a pancake feed at another Applebees Feb. 6th. Contact them if your interested.

International President will be at the Red Lion Hotel Feb 15th. Reception 7-9pm.
Freedom Week lunch Feb 16th, Red Lion Hotel 3200 S. Parker Rd, I-225 & Parker Rd. 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: 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 24th: 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.



Norm Schillo, born and raised in north Denver (and proud of it) in 1927. He is proud to now be an octogenarian. He attended public school in north Denver. Of the 4 elementary schools, 2 have been demolished. He went to Skinner Jr. High and North High.

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Norm went into the Navy in 1945, the same day he graduated from high school, for WWII. The war ended while he was in boot camp and although he didn’t get to Sail the High Seas, he did get to Puget Sound. He messed around for a couple years after the Navy. His father finally got a hold of him and convinced him to pick a trade. He went into bricklaying. He started his own company after 7 years. He ran that business for 13 years. Then had a marina in Granby for 2 years and then sold real estate for 2 years. He then got into homebuilding and did well for 15 years before the economy dropped out so he retired.

He had 3 daughters with his first wife, Mary Lou. He met his present wife Ann while playing Tennis with Tommy Fry at Pinehurst and they were married in 1997. From that marriage he inherited several more family members. He’s now been married to Ann for 11 years.

Norm has 3 daughters, 5 g-kids and 10 gg-kids on his side. Ann had 4 sons and 10 g-kids but no great grandkids. Bill Anderson brought him into the club.


Program:  Dick Mason introduced R. Todd Welter, MSM, CPC - Founder and President of R.T. Welter and Associates, Inc. Mr. Welter has over 25 years of healthcare industry experience assisting physicians and other providers, hospitals and other facilities with the business side of medicine. Through strategic planning and analysis, Mr. Welter’s main focus is increasing revenues and profitability.

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Mr. Welter has a Masters Degree in Organizational Leadership from Regis University in Denver where he has had an appointment as affiliate faculty in the School for Professional Studies for over seven years. Prior to founding R.T. Welter and Associates, Mr. Welter was the Colorado representative for Medical Information Systems, Inc. (MIS). MIS was a national medical consulting firm based in Salt Lake City.

Running a profitable practice in the complex healthcare industry is no easy task. Physicians are not, typically, trained to be business people. The complicated business of healthcare needs expertise and experience and a full-time commitment. Physicians have little time to stay on top of the enormous changes always going on in the healthcare business. For more than 15 years, R.T. Welter and Associates has enabled physician practices, of all specialties, to cost effectively tap into a broad scope of expertise on the business of running a successful and profitable practice. We enjoy the confidence of physician relationships locally, nationally and internationally.

You can visit his web site at: also visit:


Upcoming programs:

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