Meeting on November 30th, 2010
Greeted Rotarians and introduced our guests. Bob Bevans delivered the
Moment of Inspiration.
Fred Taylor from the Denver Rotary Club, Bill Medlicott from Littleton Sunrise
and Shirley, Mother of John Moore.
We are happy to
have Robert Blay back.
received a Mendenhall Award on behalf of his wife, Jenny. Congratulations
Jim and Jenny and thank you for your continued support and participation.
gathered Happy Bucks from many "Happy" Rotarians.
Rotarians gave their clasification talks:
graduated from the University of North Carolina and went to work for Proctor
and Gamble. Leon worked for different companies in the USA and
abroad. For the past 20 year has been an investment banker working with
venture capitol. He just recently started his own web-site designs company.
Jason Boyd grew
up in Humble Texas, moved to Florida and eventually to Colorado. Jason
served in the Air Force and is EMT certified, working for Metro
Ambulance. Jason and his wife are the proud parents of a 3 week old
John Moore is a
Gator alumni and fan. Jon travelled to 45 states and in 2003 moved to
Colorado. Jon is the principle at Moore Financial Group working with
Wealth Management. Jon is also a gourmet cook. Jon and his wife
have 1 son.
Bob Young won the
drawing and drew the 5 of Hearts, $6 to Bob and $39 to the foundation.
Good luck to the next winner on December 14.
December 21st, White Elephant Gift Exchange
These are the
must bring a wrapped gift. The gift may be "like new"
or "new" and should not cost more than $20.00
The gift should
be wacky, funny and entertaining. If you are stumped, just pay a visit to
your local Dollar Store.
This is a game
intended to be lively and funny!!
about your gift.
The gifts will be
placed on two tables--one table for even numbers and one for odd numbers.
will draw a number as you register for attendance from 2 baskets, one basket
has even numbers and the other has odd numbers.
The game Marshall
will draw even number and odd numbers. The first
numbers open and keep their gifts.
The second of
numbers drawn either select a gift from the tables or steal the gift from the
If your gift is
stolen, you return to the table to select another gift.
Each stolen gift
may not be stolen more than 2 times
You are not
permited to steal the give that was just stolen from you.
continues until every gift has been opened and the last person keeps their
funnier the gift
Meeting of December 14th
The Columbine High School choir will be performing
Breakfast with Santa
We had another successful year in cooperation with South Suburban Parks and Recs to put together the Breakfast with Santa. Approximately 250 people were served breakfast and toys were handed out to 130+ kids.
It started out on Tuesday night where several Rotarians got together and wrapped all the presents to give to the kids.
Then on Saturday morning December 4th several Rotarians volunteers to help cook breakfast and hand out presents to all the family that signed up to attend.
Foundation Dinner on January 7th
Below is the registration for the January 7th District 5450 foundation dinner with Ray Klinginsmith