Editor: Paul Rosenberger
01. After the Lone Ranger saved the day and rode off into the
sunset, the grateful citizens would ask, "Who was that masked man?"
Invariably, someone would answer, "I don't know, but he left this
behind." What did he leave behind?
October 17 – Regular meeting at 7:00 a.m. at Scovill Golf Course Banquet
VP Hugh Rowden reported that we’ll soon set the date for our annual October hot-dog roast at Steve and Pam Wentworth’s country farm home. At the board meeting we talked about how we want to reward our spouses for their past (and hopefully future) assistance with our big fund-raisers by catering more parties rather than potlucks.
OCTOBER 10, 2014
18 members came for good fellowship, tasty breakfast, and timely
announcements on a social meeting. President Chuck Shonkwiler conducted the
meeting and welcomed back Rick McVey who had been missing some meetings. No
doubt he came today to pick up his second quarter dues statement from
treasurer, Alex Prather. Jim May brought a few more acorn squash and a
zucchini to share. Half of the zucchini is already baking in Verlyn’s
VP Will Sudduth announced that next Friday, August 22, Dave
Shields has invited RN Ann Scott, to speak about organ donations. On
August 29 we’ll socialize. Here are September assignments: 5 – Norm
Jensen; 12 – Mick Hoehne; 19 – Stu Hawbaker; 26 – Social meeting.
Deputy Sheriff Stu Hawbaker Mike Borders began his duty by
telling of his search for some memorabilia for Dick Vissering
regarding First National Bank at the David Jack estate sale last
week. As he was loading a desk for some successful bidder, he
discovered a small box with the name of his bank, and presented
it to Dick today. So his trivia question was: “What year did the
name of the bank change to First National Bank?” He collected
from everybody before asking Dick the actual year, 1965. Mike
then made Tom Smith a happy three-week roll-over 50/50 winner.
VP Norm Jensen has scheduled the trailer cleanup on October 18,
dependent on the weather, at Mark Kennedy’s storage shed on Old
36 Highway about a block west of Wycle’s Road. He also reported
that at last Tuesday’s board meeting we approved a ‘delayed’
hearing aid application that was eligible for a Starkey
Foundation instrument at Smith’s Hearing Aid. Alex Prather is
dropping off our $750 check to the WSOY Food drive today.
Sudduth reported that next Friday Ron Wilson has invited Stacey
Young from IP Ameren to speak. On October 24 Hugh Rowden will
bring a speaker and on October 31 (Halloween!) Chuck Shonkwiler
has invited Ann Mathieson, new principal of Enterprise
Montessori Elementary School to explain that teaching concept.
VP Lance Gauble announced that at the Tuesday board meeting we learned that Tom Smith’s guest, Cary Hise, is expected to turn in a membership application soon. Lance then uttered the famous plea, “BRING MORE GUESTS.”
DON’T FORGET THE BOARD MEETING TUESDAY MORNING AT 6:50 AT
DON’T FORGET THE BOARD MEETING TUESDAY MORNING AT 6:50 AT PERKIN’S.
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