Song: Rick Jacobus Pledge: ? Prayer: Dave Miley
Guests: Don Demsky was brought today by Vickie Oren. He was a Sertoma member years ago in Michigan. Doug brought AJ Cheang. Both showed interest in joining.
Announcements: Karen & Liz came today to pitch an event Dry Creek Sertoma is hosting.
REMEMBER, THERE IS NO REGULAR LUNCH NEXT WEEK DUE TO FREEDOM WEEK.
Freedom Week signup sheet was passed around but a couple people had to drop out so if you didn’t sign up and want to go, contact Rick Jacobus. This year it’s on Tuesday 19 Feb., registration 10:30- Lunch 11:30. Club is paying unless you sign up and then don’t show up….then YOU pay. You can bring a guest at $33 each. Location: Pine Hurst CC. There WILL NOT be a regular Thursday lunch meeting that week, the 21st of Feb. The International Presidents Reception is the day before, Feb 18th at 6:30 at South Glenn CC. Four people have signed up to attend. If you want to go, contact Rick for details.
Sertoman of the Day: We have a SOD and it’s Glenn Combellick.
Glenn Combellick returned for another round of storytelling.
Glenn Combellick was born in Billings, MT on May 8th, 1924. He lived, attended school and fished there until he left to join the Navy from 1946-1948 & never left the US. While there, he got into playing marbles and, at the age of 12 and won the City Tournament. He also won the next year and he says those were his “athletic years”, 1936 and 1937, when he was in junior high school. Glenn played marbles in the dirt lot next to his house so much he had dirt embedded in his hand. He says he was a “good” kid and didn’t get caught doing anything bad.
Glenn graduated from high school in 1941 and was in the Navy from Dec. 3rd, 1942 until Sep. 29th, 1945. He stayed in the States the whole time, being trained. Then he came to Denver and graduated at DU in 1948, followed by passing his CPA exam and into private practice in Englewood for 27 years until he retired in 1976 at 52 years old. Married Vernie Aug 29, 1948 and has 4 kids, 8 grandkids and 2 great grandchild. He indicated his son in Alaska retired this year and will continue to live in Alaska.
Glenn has been a member of Arapahoe Sertoma since 1955 and brought into the club by the charter President. Back then there were 80 members. Thanks for being part of the club, Glenn. Glenn showed a model of a Stearman airplane he flew and seemed to enjoy waving it around while talking about it. Listen to Glenn Combellick.mp3
Upcoming programs and events:
Sertoma Area Calendar
Sertoma Calendar–Updated Jan 2019
Feb 18 – Meet the President
Feb 19 – Freedom Week
Feb 21 – NO LUNCH
Mar 7 – Dave Bowman, retired softball referee
Upcoming SOD list:
Mar 14 – Carl Duncan
Apr 11 – Bruce Elsey
**If you are not the next up, please be ready to take that spot if that person is not here.**
Click here for a printable version Printdoc_Feb 14_19
Flying Five: Bill Benton
Pot of Gold: Jim Perkins
Hand Shake: n/a