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THIS WEEK IN REVIEW ....May 19, 2016
This weeks Reporter- Don Smith

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Guests:    Vicky Oren, Rev. Robinsons LSC; Alice Perkins, Jim’s wife; Chad Kasson, guest (& future member) of Dick Mason; Margret Donavan from Southglenn Sertoma pitching their upcoming 5th Annual Gold Tournament, Monday June 6 at Southglenn C.C. 1489 E. Easter Ave, Centennial. Contact Cindy Markham for details

FINES:  n/a

Birthdays:   n/a

Announcements:  Norm announced that Will Martinez is now living at Lincoln Meadows, a Senior Living center. You can call Lincoln Meadows at 303 790-1910 and they can leave a message for Will but they do not forward the call to him. You can go out there at any time to visit. He said he would love to have visitors. Lincoln Meadows is located a little bit east of I-25 off of Lincoln Ave. Will will be 90 on the 28th.

A-1 Scuba Disabled Diving is having their Annual event again this May 21-22. We will need volunteers and a sign-up sheet was passed around today.

Englewood Chamber Golf will be in June. We have 4 slots and will cost you $50 to play. Sign-up sheet passed, will have drawing if more than 4 sign up.

Bill says June 23rd won’t be here soon enough. The date for the upcoming Installation Dinner is June 23. That is a Thursday at the Red Rocks CC and we think it will work out. A signup sheet will be passed around soon. Price has not yet been set. Here is the list of new Officers for the upcoming year: Go to 2016-2017 Officers list.txt
There will NOT be a lunch that day.

Aug 21st is the 5th Annual John Elway golf tournament. If interested, see Bill. $125 to play.

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:    The one and only Rev. James Robinson got another go at telling his life story. Pastor Jim Robinson was born in St. Louis, Missouri, on September 26, 1946. He was raised Lutheran and got into the ministry because his uncle was a pastor. His Mom and dad were both in the Navy, he was Army (blended family)

Jim graduated from seminary in 1972 and started his new profession in MO. He joined the Army 21 June 1977 and served as a chaplain. He served all over the world but it sounded like he spent a lot of time in Germany, including East Germany and he retired in 2005 after 29 years and then he came to Colorado. Jim was the chaplain that blessed the first five bodies off the USS Cole.

Jim was Pastor of Christ Lutheran Church until his near fatal injury, now he is an Associate Pastor and tends after one of the greatest sinners of all time, Doug Harder. Jim was a disaster response guru for his area and helped a lot with the mess in New Orleans, along with Doug. He still has no memory between Oct and Nov 2007.

Jim has one sister, along with two children and two grandchildren with his wife, Vicki whom he married 6 Aug. 1972. Parchen claimed credit for arresting Harder the first time, putting him on the road to Deaconship. Doug Harder brought Jim into the club. Listen to Jim Robinson.mp3

Program:   Randy Smith introduced Ron Pierce.

President Barack Obama and former President George W. Bush agreed on one thing: Islam is a “religion of peace.”

But author Ronald K. Pierce asserts just the opposite. In his new publication, Islamic Violence in America’s Streets, Pierce describes the significant dangers America faces from this ideology/religion that seeks to dominate us.

The growth of Islam in the United States looks much like an invasion with the Muslim population numbering more than three million. Mosques in the United States number more than two thousand and growing rapidly. In Islamic Violence in America's Streets, author Ronald K. Pierce offers a clear and balanced discussion that explores the many aspects of Islam as it has and will affect the American experience. Islamic Violence in America's Streets describes the significant dangers America faces from this ideology/religion that seeks to dominate America. It: Reviews what Islam is, how it operates, and why it has been successful in attracting followers Looks at the impact the movement has had and is having on the Middle East, South Asia, and Europe Discusses Sharia law, which is a vital underpinning to Islamic success, and why it is so critical it not be introduced into the United States Shares stories of those who have left the religion (in many cases in the face of great danger) and why Examines the threat to America and what actions can be taken to reduce or eliminate that threat Pierce shows why the threat to the United States is urgent. He calls on citizens and Congress to understand it and take action to defuse it. (copied from the internet)
Listen to Ron Pierce.mp3

Upcoming programs and events :
May 26 – Ida Mae
Jun 30 – Rob & Celeste Habiger – South Africa

List of future programs        Past programs.pdf     Club history

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Upcoming SOD list
May 12 – No SOD -- BOD
May 19 – Rev. Jim Robinson
May 26 – Don Smith
Jun 2 – Randy Smith
Jun 9 – Bob Stein
Jun 16 – Jack Thompson ?
Jun 13 – John Vierthaler

(BOD means Board Of Dir. meeting)

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