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THIS WEEK IN REVIEW .... June 28, 2012
This weeks Reporter-Don Smith

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Announcements:    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.

Doug had a couple info sheets for me to scan and post here, they are for membership. They are a bit dim but readable. Membership Sociogram.jpg         ABCs of Membership.jpg
   If you bring a member in and they stay for 6 months, your next quartly dues will be waived. Doug also gave me a DVD he recieved from Carl Worth I will go through and see what we can do with it.

Doug is still selling the Heritage Eagle Card for his grandson. Here is what it looks like: Heritage Eagle Card.jpg

Dick -HuH- 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.

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 Rees announced that he is out of the new discount cards but can get more if you need one. The club receives 5%. Jim reported for the last 3 months, the "reload" income for the club is $882. He also reports that everything has been turned in to Western Welcome Week for our Lemonade Stand.


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Sertoman of the Day:   Tommy (Tooth) Fry was born in 1933, 77 years ago. A product of the sturdy Custer County High School graduating in 1951 , Tommy moved on to Carleton College graduating in 1954, then to Columbia Dental School earning his Dental tools in 1958, followed by two years in the Army (1958-1960) defending the Great Northwest where not a single dental stool was destroyed. Kay agreed to marry Tom in ‘1958, four days after Tom graduated from Columbia Dental School. Over the years, they have gained 3 kids and 2 grandkids.

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Tommy came to Denver in Sep. of 1960, just after his 2 years in the Army and practiced dentistry on Federal ‘til the flood of ‘65’, then at the corner of Broadway and Arapahoe beginning in 1970. Though he practiced, he apparently didn’t get the hang of it and retired in ‘96. Tom was brought into the club by Bob Gallagher in 1965/66 and the club has benefited immensely. Tommy almost forgot to tell us of his encounter with a train on the western slope. Tommy won and the train has never been the same since. (he wasn’t sure which railroad the train belonged to).    Listen to Tom Fry.mp3

Program:   For one of his final duties as club President, Ken Kelley introduced Barbara Roach, The Drug Enforcement Administration's new regional chief in Denver.

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Barbara spent the majority of her time talking about prescription drugs, the availability of and the disposal of when they are no longer needed or wanted. Disposal of drugs usually ment tossing them in the toilet but it has been found that the drinking water supply is being tainted by those same drugs.

{Tiny amounts of pharmaceuticals -- including antibiotics, hormones, mood stabilizers, and other drugs -- are in our drinking water supplies, according to a media report.
In an investigation by the Associated Press, drinking water supplies in 24 major metropolitan areas were found to include drugs. }

The proper way to dispose of unwanted drugs is through a return policy the local authorities set up several times a year and it is hopeful that by the end of this year, there will be a uniform policy and location to drop off those drugs.

She didn't spend a lot of time on medical marijuana other then to say it is illegal despite Colorado's constitutional amendment which allows it for medicinal use. She mentioned that fact that there is no quality control, you have no idea what is mixed in with the weed, it could contain mold, mouse droppings....and of course, a severe lack of control on who is buying the product. When asked if she had an aging relative that was suffering from pain and other medications didn't work, would she be in favor of that person using medical marijuana and she flat said "NO". (well, she is a Federal Agent, not a Colorado Agent). Listen to BarbaraRoach.mp3

Couple articles from the web: Colorado DEA Chief Dismisses Medical Value Of Marijuana.pdf
At the bottom of the above link is a link to the video she played.


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 5 - Regular Meeting – SOD Phil Grimm
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

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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