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THIS WEEK IN REVIEW .... October 27, 2011
This weeks Reporter-Don Smith

Announcements:  This is an abriviated Newsletter for this week since there was no louncheon. Couple things new and reminders:

Randy Smith mentioned that on Nov. 2nd, the Foundation for Sight and Sound, with Randy’s help, are presenting 15 sets of hearing aids and the club is invited to attend, but, schedule your visit with Randy, he can’t have the whole club show up at once.

Bob Buckland is putting together a trip to the Denver Aquarium Nov. 17th with a private, guided tour starting at 11am, followed by lunch at the on-site Landry’s restaurant. There is no charge for the tour and he is working on free parking and a cut in the price at Landry’s. A sign-up sheet was passed.

NEW: Club Chirstmas Party this year looks like it is December 9th and Price will be $37/person. See menu at bottom of this Newsletter or for the fancy version, click here: Christmas Menu.pdf
     Homewood Suites in giving us the opportunity once again to spend that night (Friday, Dec. 9) for a paltry 57 bucks per suite.  Jeanette Ridl (manager) keeps giving us this rate year after year----Gus Szala got it for us originally for our 57th birthday.  The phone # at Homewood is (720) 981 4763. Such a bargain!!!

Kids Xmas party is scheduled for Dec. 22nd. More to follow.

The enthusiastic Jim Rees has King Soopers coupons. The club receives 5% but only 4 people regularly use the service. The card is like a debit card so it’s easy to use.


Of interest to the club: What is your feelings on having outings instead of the scheduled Thursday louncheon?. (for info only, don't reply to me) Don

Dick-I appreciate your concern but view it a bit differently. The outings Bob has set up are tied to our Sponsorship program where we committed over $5,000 in funds to the disabled diving program. I don't feel visiting one of those programs is out of line and gives us a first hand experience of where and how we are spending our money. I am also appreciative of Bob's willingness to step on and take over the social program as the Board was unable to find someone for over 6 months. Sounds like this may be a good discussion item at the next club meeting. Thanks for the input.
Scott Manley

Dick Mason wrote:
Bob, unless you want to turn ASC into a social club for retired people, please don’t schedule social events that conflict with our club lunch. I am sure it wasn’t your intension to hurt the club but I think it does.


Upcoming programs:
Nov 3 - Tony LaVito, Colorado Dept of Transportation
Index of past programs programs.pdf


Upcoming SOD list

Nov 3 – Regular Meeting – SOD Scott Manley
Nov 10 – Regular Meeting – SOD & BOD Will Martinez
Nov 17 – Trip to Aquarium, no SOD
Nov 24 is Thanksgiving

(BOD means Board of Dir. meeting)

   Editors notes:     If you want an electronic copy of the Roster,  
  send me an e-mail.

Sertoma Application form: app.pdf       Recruiting Manual     
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SERTOMA Christmas Party

Friday, December 9th, 2011  

Antipasti –

Lamb Meatballs

Crab & Avocado with Dill Mayonnaise on Crostini

Pomodoro Bruschette (Roma tomatoes, fresh basil, garlic and extra virgin olive oil)

Smoked Salmon Tartare served on Crostini

Zuppe –

Spicy Pumpkin Soup  

Insalate –

Cesare (romaine hearts & cherry tomatoes with a homemade Cesare dressing and baked croutons)  

Entrées –

Filetto Di Manzo Farcito Con Carcofi (Angus beef tenderloin stuffed with Artichokes & Smoked Mozzarella)  

Pollo a la Sorrentina (chicken breast, roasted eggplant and red peppers with prosciutto, fresh mozzarella and a basil tomato basil sauce served with polenta  

Contorni (side dishes) –

Grilled Asparagus

Roasted Potatoes  

Dolce (dessert) –

Panna Cotta (Italian cooked cream)