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THIS WEEK IN REVIEW .... May 16, 2013
This weeks Reporter- Jim Perkins

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Guests:   Bob Stein introduced Paul Motzkus from Southwest Sertoma who was present to pitch their upcoming golf tournament fundraisers. Carl Duncan introduced Omer Perdue a former member Carl feels just may be ready for reactivation.

Fines:   Table one tried to fine Carl for bringing a guest, but the effort somehow back fired and table one won the honor of coughing up quarters.

Announcements:  Peter Pauwels welcomed the members to their weekly meeting and also extended welcomes to our guests in attendance.

Bill Benton – Introduced a lady from the Englewood Historical Society seeking signatures on a petition they are pushing to help their efforts toward the preservation and restoration of Englewood’s historic depot.

Dick Enslow. Who set a new Enslow record for brevity covering our club’s upcoming golf fund raising event.

NEWS FLASH – NEWS FLASH. Just spoke with Bob Stein who reported our annual Induction banquet is set for June 28th. Cocktails at 5:00 dinner at 6:00. Bob will have details at upcoming meetings.

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:   Mike Magee took a very low key, enjoyable approach to the task at hand by giving a simple review of all the life events he has shared with the club on many occasion. Born in 1938. Mike completed his education at the University of Colorado. 1989 was a big year for Mike as he began two major commitments. He married Barbara and joined Arapahoe Sertoma. He feels both were good choices. No military. Mike was brought into the club by Mabe Downey – no indication that Mabe also brought Mike to Barbara.

Mike Magee was born 1939 in Houston but grew up in Chicago starting at about age 2. He can remember looking out his window and seeing the Troop Trains. He went to school in the Chicago area, then came out to C.U. in 1957, got a degree in marketing, then went back to Chicago and sold shoes for 9 years with the Florshiem Shoe Co. He liked Denver so well he came back and tried selling shoes here. He got tired of the flying and driving back and forth with the shoe business so he got into real estate back in 1972, then later with his wife, Barb.

Mike and Barb have been happily married 22 years. They have a daughter 45 and a son 45. Barb had 2 daughters before they met and now, there is a combined total of 7 grandkids. Mike retired about 17 years ago so they bought a sail boat and sailed around the Gulf and Atlantic for several years, enjoying it very much. They ended up selling the boat and returning to Colorado.

Mike has no military, something about having kids at the right time and being in college.

Mike is a past president of 1993/94 and has a Gold coat, with the help of Bill Anderson and a couple other members. Mabe brought him into the club.

Mike reviewed is early work experiences involving Selling flower seeds, setting bowling pins, and washing cars as a youngster, In College he sold clothes in various stores while attending night school at Cu. He currently De-Ices planes part time and has recently set up a Handyman Business.

Program:  Randy Smith introduced Lola Fehr who is employed by the Colorado Center for Nursing Excellence. She serves as the Projector Director on Project Health Colorado, a Colorado Trust-Funded project. Her career of over fifty years has included work as a staff nurse on medical-surgical units, staff development, and Director of Nursing in a community hospital. Additionally, she has served as Executive Director for state and national Nurse’s associations. Lola holds Nursing degrees from Denver Saint Luke’s, the University of Denver, and the University of Colorado. She is credentialed as a Certified Association Executive and as a Professional Registered Parliamentarian.

Lola’s presentation offered discussion surrounding the questions and actions we will all need to address with the changes affecting the entire scope of medical care. She provided a handout providing areas of inquiry we all can benefit from. Lola’s approach was to cover the variety of issues involved and explain where we are currently; showing means of preparing for the changes headed our way. Families should become more proactive, don’t let others make health care decisions for you, ask your Doctor questions: is this drug potentially addictive or known for long term problems. Can it be purchased as less expensive alternative, generic? Use the internet – know your malady and it’s treatment options.


Upcoming programs:
May 23 – Lixin Xahng - Accupunture
June 6 – Randy Penn, Englewood Mayor

List of future programs        Past programs.pdf

Upcoming events:
June 28th: Annual Induction Banquet
July 15th: S.W. & Arapahoe Sertoma’s Charity Golf Tournament at Pine Hurst
Click for PDF copy of package 
Aug 27th, Tues @ Foothills Golf Course, the 23rd Annual Arapahoe Sertoma Fall Golf Classic
Dec. 13th: Christmas party @ Buell Mansion
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Upcoming SOD list
May 23 –Dick Laskey
May 30 – Scott Manley

(BOD means Board of Dir. meeting)

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