Phather Phil’s Prayer
|Heavenly Father the desirability rating for tangible stuff is never ending, it is always more. Yet, if we are honest with ourselves, an accounting of what we have, tells us we have enough stuff. What we need is more dedication, gratification, kindness, dependability, compassion, energy and of course to be more humble and more love. So Lord help us with all of these and make us as good as our dogs think we are! Amen|
Upcoming Social Events
- 5/4/2019, Kentucky Derby Party at Remodeling Designs in Miamisburg. Bring a dish to share. Cost is $10. Bring quarters for a horse race game and other cash for betting.
- 5/11/2019, Dayton Dragons game with a luxury box, food, drinks and hat. Contact the Dragons at (937) 228-2287 ext 134 for tickets or email email@example.com with questions.
- 5/29/2019, 6:30 at Heather’s Café in Springboro, “Dining in the Dark”. There will be a nice meal, but you will be blindfolded during it. The event includes meal, music and silent auction. The cost is $65 per person. The event is a fundraiser and raises awareness about the issues facing the blind community. This is being arranged by Bob Collins daughter.
Tom Novak announced he needs volunteers to do the annual flag sleeve checkup. You do not need a flag compatible car and the schedule is flexible. You can sign up to meet at 9 AM or 10 AM on 5/4/2019 at Turf Nerd, 75 Westpark Rd, Centerville OH 45459. At that time, you will be part of a 2-member team to check flag sites on one of the flag routes. If you want to help but can’t make it on 5/4/2019, contact Tom Novak and he will arrange for you to receive a set of tools. Tom’s goal is that you complete your sleeve checkup within a week of 5/4/2019.
Laurie Poeppelman and Evelyn Griffin announced they are taking orders for embroidered Opti-Gear spring items for the next few weeks at lunch. Last lunch to order is May 7, 2019.
Myron Rheaume, chair of PGP and PDP, announced that at the district conference this weekend the CNO club will receive 71 awards. He also announced the international president is planning to attend our Ohio State District Convention in August 2019.
Pat Behn announced the that the Easter egg hunt was a success. It took about 5 minutes for the children to collect the 6000 eggs. Thank you to the volunteers.
Mary Madden announced she is ready to retire from her Easter Bunny duties. Donna Huss will be the new Easter Bunny.
Cindy Harris announced that the next Build-A-Bear event will be on Friday, May 10th, at Children’s Medical Center. Remember that CNO 2.0 members participate in all the same volunteer opportunities and fundraising events as CNO members. Each child attending will receive a stuffed animal and an outfit of their choice along with other festivities. CNO members are invited to sponsor a child at the Build-a-Bear for $25. Each sponsor will receive a picture of the child sponsored holding their new stuffed animal. To sponsor a bear, mail your check payable to Centerville Noon Optimist, c/o Nancy Lehren, 6857 Cedar Cove Dr., Centerville, OH 45459.
Mike Bevis, chair of the golf committee, said we are less than 90 days until the Tom Frazier Tee Off for Youth Golf Tournament. It will be held on Monday, July 15, 2019. Meetings will be held at Buckeye Home Health Care on Paragon Rd at 6 PM: 4/17/2019, 5/15/2019, 6/12/2019, 7/102019.
Centerville High School Theatre – Fiddler on the Roof.
Jason Hamen the Theatre Instructor and Director of Theatre Programming at CHS brought several student performers with him today.
We were treated to 4 songs from the musical “Fiddler on the Roof”.
- “If I Were a Rich Man”
- “Miracle of Miracles”
- “Sunrise, Sunset”
The students did a great job! Thanks to all of them for sharing their talents with us!
The performances are at 7:30 PM on Friday and Saturday on these dates 4/26/2019, 4/27/2019, 5/3/2019 and 5/4/2019.
|Keith Meyer||April 23|
|Jeff Busch||April 29|
New Member Readings and Inductions
|Name||Sponsor||1st 2nd 3rd Reading or Induction|
|Jack Grady||Mike Bevis||3rd Reading|
|Kelly Davis||Beth Duncan||3rd Reading|
|Mark Karns||Jean Pummill||2nd Reading|
|Laura Mercer||Debe Dockins||1st Reading|
|Wasfi Samaan||Patrick Arehart||1st Reading|
Sergeants at Arms
|Bob Burkman||Parked over a drainage ditch.|
|Jerry Stahley||Only thorn among all the roses.|
|Gary Anderson||First one to show up in shorts this year.|
|Suzanne Werts||Did not meet guest at the door.|
|Beth Duncan||Appearing in a recent TV Commercial, but she did have her Optimist PIN on.|
|Donna Huss||Mary Madden left her Easter basket at the hunt, but she has retired, and now Donna Huss is the bunny – so Donna got fined.|
|Brian Nolan||For the CHS performance today.|
|Jesse Gaither||Daughter pitches for Lebanon High School and her team has 57 runs vs 12 runs in total vs Centerville and Springboro.|
|Joan Cordonnier||She also wanted to thank CHS, but since Brian Nolan already did, she had a happy buck for how nice of a happy buck he gave.|
|Joe Madden||For the CHS performance today. He and Mary often go and see the plays at CHS and really enjoy them.|
|David Duncombe||His son who is 68 caught his shingles early and was able to take a new drug that got rid of it in a week. You have to start taking it within 72 hours of the first symptoms.|
|Paul Stull||Happy for 7 years of Mary Madden being our Easter Bunny.|
|Maha Kashani||Happy about being back at lunch|
|Fred Polizzi||Happy about being back at lunch. Thanks everyone for your support.|
|Melissa DeShurko||Daughter is turning 30 years old.|
|Myron Rheaume||Keara Hatton, a Freshman at UC and his granddaughter is captain of the UC intercollegiate film competition. They were 12th of 47 films from 27 colleges. The faculty chose her to direct and produce their entry.|
|Gary Smiga||Son is engaged to be married.|