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THIS WEEK IN REVIEW .... July 5, 2012
This weeks Reporter-Don Smith

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Guests:  Jack Thompson introduced his grandson Camden.

Fines:   And because Jack brought a guest, Jack was fined. The Rev. Robinson was fined for many things from what I could tell. Ed Bezjak was fined but died from lack of a 2nd. And how could we forget the fine to the acting President, Randy Smith for his snafu a couple weeks ago….passed without even a vote.


Perfect Attendance Awards for the 2011-2012 year go to: Ken Kelley, Scott Manley, Dave Miley, Jim Perkins, Jim Rees and Don Smith. The perfect Attendance is calculated using the regular weekly meetings. If you miss a lunch, you can attend a Board Meeting to get credit.

Get those sponsors lined up for the Golf Tournament coming up in a few weeks. See Miley for any details. With the help from Bill Benton, John Elway dealership will provide a $10,000 Hole-In-One. Our four members that are golfing in that tournament are: Jack Thompson, Mike Magee, Scott Manley and Dick Mason. Dave Miley has brochures but you can also get a copy of it at the bottom of the electronic Newsletter. Ed Bezjak still wants volunteers to bring some hard liquor to the Charity Golf Tournament Monday July 16th. Check with Ed or Dick Enslow on exact details.

Dick -Hum- Enslow wants to make sure OUR club gets the credit for Silent Auction items and Sponsors so be sure to get with him or Dave Miley to the proper procedures to follow. There was a committee meeting after the lunch today, they are getting into the final days of putting this thing together. Dick had raffle tickets for the Wine raffle, cost is: 1 ticket = $5, 3 for $10 and 10 for $20.

We now have tickets on the upcoming Pancake Breakfast to be held on July 21st, 7:30am-9:30am at Applebee's, 5250 S. Wadsworth, Littleton. Jim Rees has card, they are $7…Jim says he needs all the help he can get on this so sell some tickets and don’t forget to volunteer at the event.

Jim Rees announced that he is out of the new discount cards but can get more if you need one. The club receives 5%


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Sertoman of the Day:   It was a dark and stormy night (or day) on November 18, 1934, at Porters Hospital, when Phil Grimm decided to come into the world, backwards. The Dr’s at that time weren’t real sure how to deal with this kind of birth so they needed some help. Phil attended Lincoln Elementary, Grant Jr. High and Englewood Sr. High, graduating in 1952. He then took Pre-Dental at DU for one year and participated in Air Force ROTC and dated a WAC. At about this time, he met Marlys (who had Cheerleader legs), a Dental Assistant for Phil’s Uncle and in the l1953, they were married. They have 3 kids and 4 grand kids. He was brought into the club by Bill Anderson and Bill Parchen. In 2002/2003, Phil was the club President after going through most of the chairs.

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Phil started his working career doing summer jobs like building a house, shoveling up to 20 tons of manure a day and buffing cars. In 1957 he went into the sign business and retired from it in 2001. Now he plays tennis, golf and cards to stay busy.       Listen to Phill Grimm.mp3

Program:   Mike Magee introduced Vic Salva, a volunteer with Habitat for Humanity. Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver builds and sells homes to hard-working people in need of decent and affordable housing. We are an independent affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, a non-denominational Christian housing photoministry and global home-building movement. Habitat welcomes all people, regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, or any other difference, to join us and build homes for people in need.

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Locally, we were founded by volunteers in 1979, and since then, have built more than 400 homes in the Denver metro area, housing over 1,800 people. We are recognized as one of the finest affiliates in the country, and were honored as the National Affiliate of the Year in 2005.

We are also one of the most energy-efficient homebuilders in Colorado, and just received the 2011 ENERGY STAR award for Excellence in Affordable Housing. Our homes are well-built, easy to maintain and save homeowners hundreds of dollars each year on utility costs (when compared to an average, code-built home).

Worldwide, Habitat for Humanity has more than 2,300 local affiliates, state support organizations and national organizations in nearly 90 countries. Completing a home somewhere in the world every 10 minutes, Habitat builds nearly 26,000 homes per year around the world.

Habitat for Humanity is a homeownership program. We sell our homes to families who go through a rigorous screening process and participate in building their home. The homes are sold at no profit to Habitat and with a zero-interest loan.     Listen to Vic Salva.mp3
CLick for Vic's powerpoint presentation


Upcoming programs:
July 12: Lorena Donohue; Littleton Museum
July 19: Jill Vecchio, MD; Docs4PatientCare
July 26: Greg Romberg: Colo legislature

List of future programs:
Index of past programs programs.pdf
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Upcoming SOD list
July 12 - BOD & Regular Meeting – SOD Doug Harder
July 19 - Regular Meeting – SOD James Helmick
July 26 - Regular Meeting – SOD Dean Hiss

(BOD means Board of Dir. meeting)

16th Annual Charity Golf Tournament July 16th
Pancake breakfast: July 21st
22nd Annual Arapahoe Sertoma Fall Golf Classic Aug. 28th
at Foothills. Payment is due before game.

Click here for a printable version PDF             Club's 50yr Proclamation
   Editors notes:     If you want an electronic copy of the Roster,  
  send me an e-mail.

Sertoma Application form: app.pdf       Recruiting Manual     
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If you have an old vehicle you want to donate, checkout Cars for C.U.R.E.
Goto or call (720) 490-4009

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