Our November 19 meeting was packed with information!  First of all, on the occasion of the 150 anniversary of the Gettysburg address, Dave and Helen Bishop gave a reading interspersed with comments to honor the occasion.  They also reported on their first delivery earlier in the day of baby items to the No. Arapahoe headquarters near Riverton for their home visiting and training program for young parents.  More deliveries will be made in the near future.  Asst. Gov. Ken Small visited the meeting and reported on our No. Colo. flood donation, RI donations, among other notices.  Paul and Laurance Perry are collecting turkeys or cash for locals in need.  Our Christmas party Dec. 3 at the Four Seasons is in full planning mode.  And the nominating committee will have slate to present for our December elections.

And now for the program:  Rick Armstrong is known locally on many levels, including Rare Properties, Rare Gallery, a Solomon consultant, and most admirable as the founder of Teton Gravity Research, a film company.  This came about from his professional ski days in the 80s, including his pioneer heli skiing in Alaska!  An interesting program because he is so interesting in many fields!  (And his grandfather was a Rotarian!)