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1. Kramer Herzog returned from 2 months of physical rehab from his skiing accident and from travel to Hawaii where his latest video, for the Kids of Paarl, won top prize. . BELL RINGER Kramer also brought Bev a President's Gift, Hugh a President-Elect gift, and Carola a President-Elect nominee gift from Hawaii! Cindy Stameroff, CPA and Kris Edwards, CPA, both offered bell ringers because tax season is over! Your scribe may have missed other "good news" from April because I cannot find my notes for the later meetings.
2. Chris Major announced his Chess Club is finishing up in one school and he is about to volunteer to teach Chess for a week at Bahia Vista.
3. Judi Cooper paid a birthday fine, and 4. Stacie Strassberg paid a fine because she had a great experience singing at Open Mike Night.
Posted by Susan Lundy
on Apr 04, 2016
Greg Williams (Karen Hansen-Thompson's partner) went fishing with Jim Carriere and sent this shot out of Jim and his catch. KUDOS...another Jimbalya in the works???
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Feb 03, 2015 by Susan Lundy
BELL RINGERS: Jim Carriere was so happy that the Shelterbox "Jim"balaya fundraiser raised over $10,000 that he donated a double bell ringer ($200 or over). This time he did not remind us that with only a $20 donation to Shelterbox USA, we could specifically offer the Luminates box. Jim also thanked Karen Hansen and Greg Williams for donating their condo in Kauai for the live auction...their week brought in $1,250. Of course, the second-highest auction prize was 4 tickets to a weekend Warriors game...donated by Jim and John Bottari together. All-in-all, our Club may have had the highest percentage of attendance and we did donate the 3 auction prizes. Plus..>Hugh WON the 35 bottles of wine raffle prize!
OTHER HAPPY NEWS: President-Elect Hugh Murphy went to LA to see the Dodger's but also saw the "Kurios" version of Circque du Soleil and thought it great. Barbara Weldon paid a fine because "I made it home safely from Detroit!"
Judi Cooper announced the wonderful show at KBIS ("Kitchen/Bath Industry Show") and enthusiastically endorsed the new finishes, new technology...new exciting options.
Aref Ahmadia celebrated having a good time at the Jimbalaya with a fine/donation.
President-Elect Nominee Carola Detrick paid a fine because her grandson, who survived and recovered well from open heart surgery, is now 3 years old.
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Cindy StameroffJuly 27
Brigette WaterburyJuly 29
Brian WaterburyJuly 18
Christopher MajorJuly 27
Christopher MajorJuly 1, 20106 years
Karen HansenJuly 11, 200610 years
Club Executives & Directors