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January 14 2020

NEXT MEETING DAY TUESDAY  - January 21 2019  12:00 NOON

MEETING PLACE:  Papapoloni Bistro (La Famiglia Bistro) - McHenry Ave Modesto CA

Next Weeks Program:   

Don Ahrens lead the song "God Bless America". Perry Bosshart lead the pledge Carole Thoming gave the invocation and was the Secret greeter. Five people did not shake her hand. 

There will be a memorial service for Carmen Sabatino this Saturday, January 18 at 11:30AM. it will be held at Jeremiah's Church which is located at 7th and I street downtown. 

Ron Freitas Celebrated his recent birthday with a shrimp dinner at a local restaurant. The Club song he chose was one minute of Silence. He is 70 years young. 

Happy/Sad dollars

John Thoming was recently in Reno and the Rose parade with his wife

Carole Thoming was happy that the Packers won. She loved the Rose Parade. Her Grandson, Giano Petrucelli wrestles for Clovis High. He is ranked # 1 in the state at 170 Lbs. This is his senior year in high school. Maybe he will win the state tournament. Next year he will wrestle for the Air Force Academy, in Colorado Springs

Bill Gordon's son is a Tennessee fan. Now he will root for KC to beat them in Football. He will also root for SF to beat the Packers.

John Hertle is happy his son was accepted at Seattle University.

Warren Kennedy had a party for his grandchild. he ordered a roost pig and it showed up 2 hours later, plus he paid $300 for the pig.

Craig Haupt reported his son gave his girlfriend a ring. Also while in Pismo he saw a Tommy Castro Play.

Harold Petersen's grandson just returned from playing hockey in China.Now he is in Canada play hockey

 

Our Program was 10 K for the kids by Detective Sean Dodge.

Sean grew up in Ripon and went to Ripon High. His dad was a police officer. He started running in 2002. In 2016 he ran a marathon in full [police gear inspired by another officer that did the same thing. Following that marathon he started running with at risk kids form Marshall Elementary school. It helped to open up dialogue with the kids about their problems. The Los Angeles based 10 K with a kid contacted him about starting a program in this area. He now has 450 kids in his program and help from 8 mentors. His program is the largest in the state. He has helped countless number of kids with their problems. He also has run many Marathons in the state in Full Gear. 

 

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