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THIS WEEK IN REVIEW ....March 26, 2015
This weeks Reporter- Don Smith

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Guests:  Jim Robinson introduced his LSC Caitlyhn Vaughn

Fines:   Randy Smith fined Schlageter, Rees & Vierthaler for not sitting at their normal table but it seems Randy himself was not at his usual table. Passed: The good Rev. for having his hands full of food while delivering the invocation. Passed: Vierthaler for giving free legal advice (for which he said “he doesn’t give (free) legal advice. Passed

Announcements:   We just learned the Dean Hiss is in Littleton Hospital, Rm: 518 but may be moved in a day or 2 to the rehab center at Arapahoe Rd. and Holly St.

Mike Magee wanted to know if we would be interested in a tour at the National Energy Renewable Lab so he will be passing a sign-up sheet around next week. They give the tour only once a month.

Dick Enslow mentioned he is going in for re-certification on Bingo and Raffles. (sure hope he passes).

Glenn Combellick announced the Foundation just gave out $11,000 to several organizations: Freedom Service Dogs; Dr’s Care, Center for Speech, Hearing and Language; Interfaith Taskforce; Kathy Scott Foundation. It was also mentioned that Scott Manley is filling the seat on the foundation board vacated by Don Nelson and Glenn was also re-elected to the board for one more term. The Foundation has been pretty successful with it's investments but also with some current donations in Anne Schillo's honor and before in Gus Szala's honor.

Our Service to Mankind nominee is Doug Jackson, CEO of Project CURE and he will be our Program April 16th. A plaque just showed up so it needs to be engraved.

Doug thinks he has been forgotten since he hasn’t heard any more on a Pancake feed.

Pat KcKim – The poker party will be held April 23rd and should be bigger and better with a new venue and without a partner, that way we keep all the profits. Price will be $65 again and Pat will have tickets maybe in a couple weeks. The event will take place possibly at the Elks club. More details later but start rounding up prospective players. Beer and Wine – cash bar – with a light appetizer type meal included.

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:  Scott talked about a subject many might be embarrassed to talk about, male victims of spinal cord or broken backs that are unable to have erections and therefore unable to reproduce. Listen to his audio for the whole story.

Scott Manley was born 1947 in Denver at St. Joseph Hospital. Went to Park Hill elementary and then to East High. He attended UNC in Greeley and eventually earned a Master degree. He got a teaching degree and started teaching in Greeley, then went on to get a masters, later getting a doctorate at UNC in administration and counseling.

Scott worked at Craig Hospital for 36 years and met his wife, Cathy, there. They have two children, a son and a daughter and two grandkids now. Scott and Cathy are both retired. His son is carrying on the Manley tradition by working at Craig and his daughter is a nurse at Rose. Scott works with wood and tinkers with old cars. No military service, his draft number was 328 but he also had bad legs. The river was the Platte River. Dean Hiss brought him into the club. Scott used to work with Sertoma at Craig. Sertoma bought Craig the first van in the 1970’s.
Listen to Scott Manley.mp3

Program:  Mike Magee introduced Megan Koepsell who is a RN, Holistic Wellness nurse but also the President of the Highlands Ranch Genealogical Society. She came today to get us started on researching our genealogy with a slide show and many tips and links which you can see here: Genealogy Basics PP.pdf The basic tools to get started are paper and pencil, then you can get fancy with software, some free, some for a fee.

The Highlands Ranch Genealogical Society was established in 1997 to promote an interest in genealogy and history through:

- Encouraging and instructing members in quality genealogical research and documentation techniques through informative programs and educational materials.
- Assisting and supporting genealogical libraries, archives, and historical museums in Colorado that are open to the public.
- Publishing genealogical information as directed by the membership. There are nine meetings held per year.

We meet from September to May, 7 PM to 9 PM the first Tuesday of every month in the Highlands Ranch Library located at 9292 Ridgeline Blvd, Highlands Ranch, CO 80129. From 6:30 PM to 7:00 PM you can view handouts, ask questions, meet old friends and make new ones. The formal meeting will start at 7 PM with a brief business session followed by that night’s program.
https://hrgenealogy.wordpress.com/     Listen to Megan Koepsell.mp3

The first thing you want to do right now is to document your own information, then work your way back into time. There are tons of web sites with information, most are free but some of the big ones do have a monthly fee but may be worth it if your just getting started. If you would like some extra tips or help, see Don Smith.

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Upcoming programs and events :
Mar 27 – Greater Park Hill Spring Jazz
Apr 2 – Dick Crysdale – author “Yellowstone, Cutthroats and Me"
Apr 16 – Doug Jackson – CEO Project CURE
May 17th – Walk in Silence
May 17th-18th – A-1 Scuba fundraiser
July 13 - 19th Annual Charity Golf Tournament
Sep – 2015 Mtn. West Reg. Conv. In Estes Park
List of future programs        Past programs.pdf

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Upcoming SOD list
Apr 2 – Dick Laskey
Apr 9 - Rick Jacobus & BOD
Apr 16 – Jack Marshall
(BOD means Board Of Dir. meeting)
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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)
http://www.charitynavigator.org/index.cfm?bay=search.summary&orgid=9945