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THIS WEEK IN REVIEW ....Jun 19, 2014
This weeks Reporter- Don Smith

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Guests:   About 12 guests showed up to listen to Bob Beauprez, Republican candidate for CO Governor. Joe Caldara, Scheduler and Aide to Mr. Beauprez: Jack Marshall had the most guests with his son Jeremy and 2 grandkids: Glenn and Buckland both brought their wives, Vernie Combellick and Betty Buckland: Norm Borcher and Biu Tabor (plus about 3 others) from Platte Canyon club: Bill Cherf and Ed Smith? from DTC club. (sorry if I missed your names)

Fines:  Bob Buckland for failing to introduce his wife Betty. Fine to Jack Marshall for telling his son and grandkids he would take them out to lunch, then brings them to our meeting.

Announcements:  Tim reports that we will NOT have a “Lemonaid” stand at the Soap Box Derby this year but encouriges everyone to volunteer to help in other ways. It appears we will have the stand for this years Western Welcome Week and will need volunteers for that. More details later.

Dave Miley wants you to look at the clubs Facebook page, he as added some new things.
https://www.facebook.com/Arap.SERT.1952

B-days to Bob Buckland

Mike Magee says December 8th has been set for our Sertoma Christmas Party. It will be a the DTC Maggiano’s and drinks start at 6:00 PM followed by dinner at 7:00 PM.

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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Program:  Randy Smith introduced Bob Beauprez, Republican candidate for CO Governor.

Beauprez was born in Lafayette, Colorado. He grew up on his family's dairy farm, which had been purchased by his grandparents, outside of Boulder, Colorado. He is the son of Marie (née Stengel) and Joseph C. Beauprez. His paternal grandparents had emigrated from Belgium to Colorado and raised draft horses on the family's land. His mother's family was of German descent.[1] His parents raised both Hereford and dairy cattle on the farm. Beauprez often cites his father's example as a major influence on his life.

Beauprez attended Fairview High School where he played football and was named all-conference offensive tackle. He went on to study physical education at the University of Colorado, and received his B.S. in 1970.

Following graduation he married Claudia Paul, and together they returned to his family's farm to continue in the dairy business with his brother Mike Beauprez. During his time on the farm Beauprez bred Holstein cattle and served on the board of directors of the Holstein Association of America. Beauprez later sold the farm to build Indian Peaks golf course.

Following his years as a land developer Beauprez and his wife bought an interest in a small local bank known as Bank VII. It was renamed Heritage, and its assets went from $4 million in 1990 to around $450 million by 2006. In addition the bank grew from one location to more than a dozen. Beauprez has said that his decision to go into banking was partially influenced by the hope that he could help small businesses, as it was a bank loan in a drought during the 1950s that saved his family's farm. Due to the money from both land development and a controlling stake in Heritage bank, it is estimated that Beauprez is worth over $1 million.

While Beauprez had been involved in the Republican Party for some time, his first leadership role came in 1997 as the chairman of the Boulder County Republican Party. In 1999, with the backing of Senator Wayne Allard, Beauprez became chairman of the Colorado Republican Party. His tenure as state party chairman was marked by an aggressive attempts to use redistricting to get more Republican candidates elected in Colorado. The Republican Party lost control of the Colorado State Senate for the first time in four decades while Beauprez was chairman.

In 2002 Beauprez ran to represent Colorado's 7th congressional district in the U.S. House of Representatives, regarded as a "swing" district. In beating Democrat Mike Feeley by only 121 votes he won the closest race in the nation. As a freshman, Beauprez served on the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, the Veterans Affairs Committee, and the Small Business Committee. He was re-elected in 2004 and subsequently obtained a position on the powerful House Ways and Means Committee.

Beauprez won the Republican Party nomination for governor in August 2006, running to succeed two-term governor Bill Owens, who was ineligible for a third consecutive term. Beauprez ended up winning the nomination uncontested; he was briefly opposed by Marc Holtzman, who dropped out of the race and endorsed Beauprez several months before the primary. After Beauprez was defeated by Ritter, there was speculation that he might consider running for the retiring Wayne Allard's Senate seat in 2008. (copied from; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Beauprez )
http://www.bobbeauprez.com/               LibertysPromise-MyPlantoProtectFreedom.pdf
Listen to Bob Beauprez.mp3

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Upcoming programs and events :
June 26 – Mark Hardcastle – Painting the Masterpiece of Your Life
July 3 – Rose Zaper - Not So Extrasensory Perception
July 10 – Bill Cherf – Author
July 17 – Jo Shaner – Ethiopia
July 31 – Amy Attwood – Hydrolic Fracking
August 28 – Mary Stahes – Rosie’s Ranch
Sep 11 – Karen Owen-Lee – Housing options ofr Seniors

List of future programs        Past programs.pdf

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Upcoming SOD list
Jun 26 – Cliff Metsker
Jul 3 - Jim Perkins
Jul 10 - Tim Pollak & BOD
Jul 17 – Jim Rees
Jul 24 – James Robinson
Jul 31 –Norm Schillo
(BOD means Board of Dir. meeting)
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Links to the 2013 Christmas Party Photos:
2012 Buell Mansion Photos:

Sertoma’s “Dual District” Website: http://www.sertomacolorado.com/
The club’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Arap.SERT.1952?ref=profile
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If you would like to volunteer or donate to a great cause: 
Goto http://www.projectcure.org/
Project C.U.R.E. International HQ
10377 E. Geddes Avenue, Centennial, CO 80112
Phone: (303) 792-0729 | Fax: (303) 792-0744
info@projectcure.org
99% (Percent of the charity’s budget spent on the programs
and services it delivers)
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