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Kiwanis Club of Wauwatosa Public Welcome

Sept. 21, 2010

Founded April 20, 1926

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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.

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BULLETIN

Looking forward to the meeting of September 21, 2010

Birthdays

September 25 – Dick Pietsch

Programs & Events

September 21 – Our speaker will be Karen Ellenbecker, of WISN's "Money Sense".

NEWS AND NOTES

Meeting notes: We had a happy group with lots of Happy Dollars. Kevin Dwyer was pleased about last week's golf outing, which was an auction item. Gary Knisbeck also paid to memorialize the golf, but the scores were of questionable credibility. Dave Eppelsheimer paid a buck to advertise Taylor Poehls' bone crushing expertise. Ed Ellingson paid for B & V. Ken Snyder was happy because Dave Eppelsheimer had paid off his annual World Series bet, but also because Ken finished a 10K run and is planning a 15K. Carl Smith paid because he just remembered his anniversary, which was several weeks ago. John Foley paid a dollar, maybe not entirely happy, because his son and daughter-in-law are coming home, unemployed. Taylor Poehls was pleased about his new nephew, but also because he discovered that his great grandfather, who originally settled in Wauwatosa, had the same name as the recent arrival.

Our program was presented by Hap Carlson, business manager of the Mayfair Apple store, who amazed us with an iPad. Even some of our technology-challenged members stayed awake.

Installation Dinner: Tom Anstett is asking for everyone to sign up now. Call or e-mail Tom ASAP, 259-0065 or thomas.anstett@lpl.com. See the attached for details.

Injured reserve: Gary Krueger was hospitalized with leg problems and is now in rehab at Village at Manor Park. You can find him in the Maplewood Health Center-Sunnyview 1, room 1316, or call him at 414-975-8791. We heard that former member Dave Sayas is home with an uncertain prognosis after major surgery.

District Foundation: The Club made a $100 donation to the Wisconsin Upper Michigan Foundation. The Foundation has been good to us and has helped with our scholarships.

Alzheimer's Walk: This year the Walk is Saturday, October 2, and we will be feeding the 5,000 again. Expect to see a sign-up sheet soon.

Interclubs: Tom Schultz is recruiting for an interclub with Parkland next Tuesday at noon. Ed, Chuck, and Rich signed up, but Tom is hoping for another volunteer. Call Tom, 771-9890.

Wine and beer tasting: November 5 is the date. Ed and Ken are calling breweries this week.

Program assignments: September 21 – Dave Hoerig. September 28 – Installation dinner.

Meetings: Tuesday noon, Mayfair Mall Community Room

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