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THIS WEEK IN REVIEW .... October 10, 2013
This weeks Reporter- Jim Perkins

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Guests:   Bryn Boyer, Jim Robinson’s life skills coach; Scott Manley introduced his son Jake, who came with Ryan Hood, our program for the day.

Fines:  Enslow and Magee for talking business; The Chair for the poor rendition of the song.

Announcements:   Scott read a Thank You letter from Bessie’s Hope, thanking us for the donation they received.

A couple of Birth-day mentions: Bill Benton and Peter Pauwels.

Several dates that will cause us to NOT HAVE A MEETING:
Nov. 25th, Dec 26th & Jan 2nd. Please don’t show up expecting to find all your friends here.

It has not been determined yet if there will be a Children’s Christmas Party, it will depend on when the kids are out of school and how that will fit into our schedule.

Scott is working with Wind Crest, a senior living community, to see if they will host us for lunch so we can present to them what we do as a club and also see if there are any Sertoman’s living there and see if a new club can be put together. They are a very large community in a very small area and a civic club for the folks there might be just what they need.

Englewood Chamber of Commerce Awards Luncheon is Oct. 29th a Tuesday so we are canceling our regular meeting on the 31st. We have about 24 signed up.

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:   Bob Schlageter was very entertaining once again as he gave us a fun down on his past. He also told us about his little water problem he had in the basement after the heavy rains a couple weeks ago.

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Bob was born in 1942. I went all through the Englewood school system & graduated in 1960. Then I went to Colorado State University & about 1/2 through I decided I should have some military experience so I enlisted in the Colorado National Guard. I was in the 140th Combat Signal Battalion. I went to boot camp at Fort Ord, Calif. After that I was sent to Fort Irwin, Calif. This is a tank training facility in the middle of the Mojave desert. After that I went back to C.S.U. & graduated with a degree in biological science. Later I got a master’s degree from the University of Colorado (Denver Center) in Urban Affairs.

After graduating from C.S.U. he took a job with the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture as an inspector of fruits & vegetables. Then I was sent back to Calif. I lived in several different cities while I was in Calif. I started in San Jose. I was also in Watsonville, Gilroy, Salinas, & Santa Cruz. I was there about 3 years. Then I came back to Colorado in 1968. I took a job with the Denver Health Dept. I was there for 39 years. I inspected restaurants, & all types of food facilities, swimming pools, foster homes, massage parlors, & for several years I also investigated housing complaints. I retired in 2007.

Some of you have met Ginny. I’ve been hanging around with her for over 40 years. I have 2 step children –Jim & Tammy. I’ve been chairman of the ways & means committee, the incentives committee & in charge of attendance twice. I’m now the sponsorship chairman. I was brought into the club by the magical Mabe Downey in 2003. The nearest major river is the Platte.       Listen to Bob Schlageter.mp3

Program:  Scott Manley introduced a companion from Craig Hospital, Ryan Hood. Ryan started working his way up at Craig in the food department and after a period of time, Scott’s son, Jake, took Ryan under his supervision and put him in the media department.

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But, that isn’t all Ryan does, he is a professional wrestler.

Hood's dream of wrestling began when he was a child. "He was voted 'class entertainer' in kindergarten," said his mom, Kathy Hood.

Hood remembers watching wrestling matches on television and thinking he would be in the ring one day.

"Oh, he'll be in the WWE for sure" said Hood's friend, an NRW Security guard, who goes by the moniker Mike Smooth.

Hood says his alter-ego is, basically, his own personality, "with the volume turned up."

http://www.ksdk.com/sports/article/396084/6/Pro-wrestler-has-surprising-day-job-

Listen to Ryan Hood.mp3          Click for Power Point photos Ryan showed (in PDF format):

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Upcoming programs:
Oct 17 – Rose Keating, Tech For All
Oct 24 – Russell Jones – War on Drugs
Nov 14 – Dick Nelson, DPS sports through the years

Nov 21 – Richard Driscoll, Men and Women in Relationships

List of future programs        Past programs.pdf

Upcoming events:
Oct. 29th: Englewood Chamber of Commerce Awards Luncheon
Dec. 13th: Christmas party @ Buell Mansion
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Upcoming SOD list
Oct 17 – Randy Smith
Oct 24 – Bob Stein
No SOD on Aug 15th do to a great Program scheduled
(BOD means Board of Dir. meeting)
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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.     DonSmith@Arapahoe-Sertoma.org

Sertoma Application form: app.pdf       Recruiting Manual     
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Link to the Buell Mansion Photos:

Sertoma’s “Dual District” Website: http://www.sertomacolorado.com/
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