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THIS WEEK IN REVIEW .... October 6, 2011
This weeks Reporter-Don Smith

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Guests:   Jackson Fry, G-son of Tom Fry

Quote: He who laughs last didn’t get it.

Fines:   Tom Fry just couldn’t win this week; he was fined for subjecting his G-son to the Club & Table-1, which was also fined for having a guest. (they never learn), Enslow fined him for not noticing that he had arrived late and, there was no Banner hanging. There did appear to be attempts at climbing the window shade, several of the slats were bent.

Announcements:  Do to the illness of the esteemed President, Ken Kelley, Randy Smith took over the gavel. He did such an excellent job and may be awarded that position in the near future. Randy also 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.

Lunch next week will be at 1:00 pm, and then we are going to A-1 Scuba and aquarium. This will involve patients from Craig with severe physical limitations. On that date there will be no club meeting. We will meet at our regular location, have lunch and move as a group to the scuba presentation then on to the aquarium. Guests welcomed. A-1 is located at 1800 W. Oxford Ave, just north of Red & Jerry’s.

Do to the outing next week, the board meeting will be pushed to Oct 20th.

Dick Enslow presented Jack Thompson with the Sand Baggers Trophy from this year’s Annual Fall Classic Gold Tournament.

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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.



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. Listen to MikeMagee.mp3

Program:   Dave Miley introduced Chuck Stout from Wings over the Rockies 7711 East Academy Boulevard, Denver. Chuck has been an active general aviation pilot for 39 years. He is also the director of the Colorado Aerospace History Project. Before this, he also enjoyed careers as a museum exhibit designer, small businessman, and engineer. Come share his passion for Colorado aviation!


The Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum Restoration Department is tasked with preserving many of the collection’s artifacts. Activities range from simple routine cleaning of pieces to undertaking major restoration projects. Although none of the museum’s artifacts are ever again expected to function as originally intended, it is our goal to reconfigure these precious treasures to as close to original condition as possible for accurate representation.

Always on the lookout for new talent, the only prerequisite for a volunteer restoration member is that he or she be willing to contribute some time to the overall effort. Whereas previous experience or specialized training are qualities in constant demand, there are no special skills required, anyone with an interest in helping to conserve or restore these artifacts is welcome. Scheduled sessions of instruction in the form of initial and recurring training seminars are available to all volunteer restoration members.
If you have a desire to see these wonderful treasures preserved for future generations, come out and contribute some time as a volunteer member.
Inquiries may be made through the reception desk at the museum or by email to: Restoration Manager: Steve Groth

Chuck’s program today is; 20 Greatest moments of Flight (That You Never Heard Of). Chuck had a Power Point presentation with many images of the greatest moments. View the presentation 20 Greatest moments.pdf    
Listen to ChuckStout.mp3


Upcoming programs:
Stu Fouda: Englewood Water & Sewer
Oct 20: Randy Hampton; DOW merger w/State Parks & Black Bears
Index of past programs programs.pdf

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Upcoming SOD list

Oct 13 - Lunch at 1pm, then onto A-1 Sucba -NO – SOD
Oct 20 - Regular Meeting – BOD & SOD Dick Laskey
Oct 27 - Regular Meeting – SOD Scott Manley

(BOD means Board of Dir. meeting)

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I know it's not the right time of the year to plant your seeds but this is very important,
How to plant Donut Seeds.
Be sure to watch to the end to see the outcome.

How to dance in real time
(you would think that a guy with that much talent could learn to fasten his shoes up)