Founded April 20, 1926
Officers: President, Tom Anstett; President Elect, Ed Ellingson; Vice president, Rich Woods; Treasurer, Bob Reinhardt; Secretary, Andy Barnes; Immediate Past President, Tom Schultz.
Directors: Warren Carity, Ken Snyder, Dave Eppelsheimer, Bob Gross, Dave Hoerig, Gary Krueger, John Klose, Peter Brusky, Jason Gonwa.
Looking forward to the meeting of September 28, 2010
September 25 – Dick Pietsch
September 28 – Ann & Tom Tennyson
Programs & Events
September 28 – Annual installation dinner, Alioto's, social hour at 5:30, dinner at 6:30
October 2 – cooking for Alzheimer's walk at Mount Mary College
October 5 – first meeting of the new administrative year, committees
NEWS AND NOTES
Meeting notes: John Klose paid a happy dollar to announce our Christmas outing (see below). Taylor Poehls happily paid to announce that he and Lydia are expecting their second child. Tom Schultz paid a buck, then tried but failed to restrain his crowing about MUHS's 42-0 game with WEHS. Following up on the sports theme, Dave Eppelsheimer paid a buck for Trevor Hoffman's 600th career save. Barb Lauenstein paid a buck (again) for WWHS's 50th anniversary. Tom Anstett paid to memorialize his last regular meeting as president.
Our program was presented by Karen Ellenbecker, who gave us some basic advice about retirement and financial planning.
Installation Dinner: Tom Anstett is asking for everyone to sign up now. Call or e-mail Tom Anstett to sign up now, 259-0065 or email@example.com. See the attached for details.
Member reports: Carl Smith and Gary Knisbeck visited Gary Krueger at Maplewood Health Center. They even went to his PT appointment with Gary. You can be sure the therapist earned his or her fee that day. Gary is working hard at rehab and doing well. You can call Gary at 975-8791. Carl also visited Dave Sayas and reported that Dave is in good spirits, even working a few hours a week. We heard that Jane Carity died last weekend. We'll be thinking of Warren.
Key Club: WWHS Key Club president Tony Stolar and Vice President Jen Asbach showed up with Barb Lauenstein and Doug Brown. They reported that the first meeting attracted about 200 interested students. Tony told us that it took more than an hour and a half to sign everyone up for volunteer projects. Doug reported that that there are lots of freshman and lots of boys this year.
Entertainment: It seems early, but John Klose says that there won't be any tickets left if we don't get them soon. We're planning on attending the Patio Player's production of A Christmas Carol, with some original songs by Carol Klose. December 4. Sign up now. Call John at 258-4433.
Wine and beer tasting: Collect items for door prizes and silent auction for the event on November 5.
Meetings: Tuesday noon, Mayfair Mall Community Room
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