Posted by Scott Brunner on Jan 09, 2019
Thanks to everyone who made it to the meeting this past week, and that is most of you. We had excellent attendance for our first official meeting at the Hilton Garden Inn. We do have some adjustments to be made. I had a couple of people offer suggestions after the meeting, and I sure appreciate them. We’ll be making some changes for this week. If you see a way we can best utilize the space to our needs, please keep the suggestions coming.
Laura Hill tells me we had 47 people eat at last week’s meeting. That is probably the largest number we’ve had since our meeting last April at the Rodeo Arena. That’s exciting.
Remember, we have a service opportunity coming this Saturday. Beds of Hope is having a Build Day Saturday. It’s scheduled from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., but the group is consider a later start due to expected rain that morning. I’ll keep you updated as I see information. Colt Edwards plans to be there. I plan to be there. Do you plan to be there? I hope several others of you do. Let Colt or I know. It’s at 692 Sunnybrook Drive.
We had a Rodeo meeting today at East Texas Builders. The next one is set for noon Wednesday, Jan. 23, at the same location. If you can make it, please plan to be there. That is especially so if you are in charge of one of the areas. 
It is Vince Dulweber’s week to lead us in the song, Pledge, prayer and 4-Way Test. If he gets held up in court, I’ll be asking for help on this one. It is Chapin Miller’s week to provide the prize for Rusty’s Raffle.
Our program this week is Judge T. Sheldon Parker. Phillip P. says he is a retired Oklahoma state judge and retired general. He was a Court of Indian Appeals Judge who joined the Oklahoma Guard after his service in Vietnam.
It promises to be an interesting program. I’ll see you there.
In service,
“Be the inspiration.”