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THIS WEEK IN REVIEW ....May 1, 2014
This weeks Reporter- Don Smith

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Guests:  Rev. Robinson brought Rev. Mike Curd. Mike has been here before.

Fines: Rick Jacobus was fined because the “song” has never been sung right since Rick was President….Passed….Oh No, Scott noticed Randy did not have his coat pin on (it was left at home)….that passed.

Announcements   A card was passed around to be sent to Sam Anderson, who is in very poor health. An email was sent to all explaining the details.

Kim Smith (Jim Rees’s daughter) sent a “Thank You” note to the club and it was also signed by the kids.

Jim Rees told us to “EAT MORE” because we only received $459.51 from Kings Soopers in an eight week period, not four.

Doug gave us the nomination slate for the upcoming year 2014-2015: Chairman of the Board Scott Manley; President Bill Benton; Vice President’s Randy Smith, Chad Knoth & Jack Thompson; Secretary Tim Pollak; Treasury Jim Reed; Sgt. @ Arms Bob Schlageter; Ways & Means Dir. Pat McKim; Freedom Week Dir. Rick Jacobus; Bingo & Golf King Dick Enslow; Social Orian Hunter; Publicity Don Smith. The train has now left the station, all listed above were voted in. Thank you Doug.

Foundation members are: Phil Grim, Bob Buckland, Don Nelson and Carl Duncan with Glenn Combellick as Chairman.

Thanks to Bob Stein, the Induction Dinner will be held at Red Rock CC on Thursday, May 29th. Drinks at 6pm, dinner at 7pm. The total cost per person is $36 but the club will cover $14 of that so you pay $22/per person. There will NOT be a lunch that day.

Glenn gave us the details of the changes the foundation wants to make to the Foundation By-Laws and they were voted on today and passed. They have to do with what to do with the money the Foundation has should the club disband and who to donate it to. A proposal was made to give 80% to Craig Hospital Patient Assistance and 20% to The Center for Hearing, Speech and Language and it passed unanamously. Listen to Glenn.mp3

Scott was looking for a couple volunteers to help him with the A-1 Scuba Rafle and I think he got a couple takers.

The Celebrate Sound Committee is pleased that Denver's Center for Hearing, Speech and Language plans to provide free hearing evaluations at the Southglenn Country Club during our fundraiser walk. However, we must have at least 100 registered walkers by April 17 or else it's not worth their audiologist's time. Tim has a poster and some cards of the event.
http://www.mycelebratesound.org/centennial

Scott mentioned that the Center for Hearing, Speech and Language won a Community Grant and Scott sent them a congratulations letter.

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:  No SOD today so we could discuss the Foundation proposal.

Program:  John Vierthaler introduced Amy Zimmer, author of the book "Denver's Historic Homes" and member of Denver Landmark Preservation.

Amy B. Zimmer, historian and author of Arcadia Publishing’s Denver’s Capitol Hill Neighborhood, has sought to document and celebrate the styles and design trends of the Denver area’s most influential neighborhoods and communities. She has obtained historic images from private collections as well as from public sources in order to bring to the reader an informative, and even provocative, overview of the history of Denver’s residential homes.

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Book Description: Images of America: Denver’s Historic Homes provides a mere introduction into the myriad of architectural styles and the unique blending of cultures that have made the Rocky Mountain region so remarkable, from the city’s inception as a mining claim to what it has become today. From itinerantly used sod and log homes to mansions that rivaled the grandest of their period, Denver’s eclectic gathering of early residents produced a landscape of architectural monuments that attest to the people’s needs, desires, values, and occasional eccentricities.
Listen to Amy Zimmer.mp3 view her photo presentation Denver’s Historic Homes presentation.pdf

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Upcoming programs and events :
May 17 - Don’t Walk in Silence walk
May 17 & 18 – A-1 Scuba Raffle
May 29 – Induction Dinner  NO LUNCH THAT DAY.

List of future programs        Past programs.pdf

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Upcoming SOD list
May 8 - Scott Manley & BOD
May 15 – Jim Helmick or Jack Marshall
(BOD means Board of Dir. meeting)
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