October 13, 2020 – Club Day

2020 Awards Presentations Recap

President Debe Dockins and immediate Past President Greg Griffin discussed and shared videos about the 2019-2020 year.

Today’s meeting was a review of the activities from the Installation and Awards Presentation that was held 9/29/2020 in the evening.

Highlights of the recap were

  • Passing of the Gavel Video that ends with a SNL parody of Debe receiving the gavel
  • Awards Presentation for 2019-2020 year
  • Highlights of the previous year video

Greg Griffin’s President Awards

Greg recognized several CNO members with awards:

  • Rookie of the year award, Joanne Rau; has volunteered at many events and arranged a TV interview of Greg Griffin
  • Rooke of the year award, Steve Rau; among many other things he helped at Stingley school where CNO volunteered at Winterfest
  • Rookie of the year award, Carol Smerz; did a wonderful job this year and participated in many events
  • Key Person Award, Diane Arehart; for her work with Social Media
  • Key Person Award, Katie Calloway; for her work with Social Media
  • Key Person Award, Roland Rapp; for doing a great job in his first year as Club Treasurer
  • Key Person Award, Jean Pummill; for doing a great job as Club Secretary
  • Humble Scribe Award, Patrick Arehart; for his work on writing the CNOtes each week
  • Imagine 2020 Award, Beth Duncan; for re-inventing social events as social distancing committee; her idea has been borrowed by Optimist International and spread to other clubs

New Member Readings and Inductions

Name Sponsor 1st 2nd 3rd Reading or Induction
Dan Thalheimer Joan Cordonnier 2nd Reading
Colleen Albertson Becky Keegan 3rd Reading
Katy Parker Carol Smerz 3rd Reading

Happy Bucks

Beth DuncanThanks for everyone praying for her father after his accident last falling off a curb.
Myron RheaumeThankful he had a successful surgery. Thanks to everyone for all the cards, letters and emails.
Christy GarietyThankful for a successful foot surgery.
Carolyn TaylorHappy to be at the meeting and in one piece after she fell recently.
Vida McDowellSon just got engaged.
Debe Dockins$10 for immediate past president Greg Griffin and his board of directors.
Debe DockinsBirthday of son Stephen
Debe DockinsBirthday of son Michael

Membership Anniversaries

Member Month Day Joined # Years
Keith Meyer October 16 10/16/2013 7
Greg Smith October 17 10/17/2007 13
Jean Pummill October 17 10/17/2012 8


Member Birthday
Sue Jessee October 14
Donna Robinson October 14
Wes Cleaves October 15
Craig Dring October 16
Renee Glenn October 17
Steve Rudisill October 17
Bill Shisler October 18
James Reinhard October 19
Greg Griffin October 19

CNO Donations 2013 through September 2020

Click this link to see a summary of the donations our club has made.

Over 50 years, we have donated over $2,000,000 to our youth community. In the past 6 years, we have donated nearly $796,000.

Sergeants at Arms

No Sergeants this week.

Welcome Guests!

No Guests this week.

Zoom Meeting This Week

We had another meeting using Zoom. We will continue our weekly meetings via computer, cell phone or tablet for at least the next several weeks. Please join us and keep inviting guests.

Who can Attend Zoom Meetings?

Any member of any type of Centerville Noon Optimist can attend Zoom meetings. CNO 2.0, St Leonard’s and CNO full members or CNO monthly members can ALL attend.

Guests are also welcome. Please invite guests and introduce them if you like. Just share the Zoom link with them for that week.


In keeping with social distancing requirements – our CNO Meetings have transitioned temporarily to a online format using ZOOM.

Club Member Joe Madden was inspired to rewrite The Optimist Creed – so we give you now – The Corona Creed -with apologies to Christian D. Larson, Author of The Optimist Creed.

CNOtes – February 18, 2020 – CLUB DAY

Phather Phil’s Prayer

Heavenly Father, Everything a seed will become is already in it. It just
waits for the right conditions to live up to its potential. We thank You
Lord for helping us set up the the right conditions for the young people. Also give us the wisdom to let them know that God helps those who help themselves. Their destiny lies in their own hands. If they want to go where they have never been, they need to buy a road map. It will show them everything they need to know, except how to fold it up again. Have them know the lessons in Your book. It will teach them how to live a happy and joyful life. Amen!

Today’s Guests – WELCOME!

Guest Guest Of
Brooke Amos Greg Fay
Pete Bales Tim Clemmer
Daniel Covey Springboro Optimist Club
Karen DeRosa Springboro Optimist Club
Dave Erich Springboro Optimist Club
Suzanne Hanlon Springboro Optimist Club
Willy Hanlon Springboro Optimist Club
Jan Kledzik South Metro Optimist Club
Maurice Lamont Springboro Optimist Club
Leon Logothetis Springboro Optimist Club
Angie Thompson Gary DeMarco

All Photos from the Meeting are Here

Committee Meetings

3/18/2020, 6 PM, Golf Committee at Buckeye Home Health Care on Paragon Rd. Future 2020 meetings will be 4/15, 5/13, 6/17, and 7/8.

3/12/2020, 6:30 PM Childhood Health and Wellness at Panera – downtown Centerville. Future 2020 meetings will be 3/12, 4/9, 5/14, 6/11, 7/9, 8/13, 9/10. All are welcome to attend.

Community Events

2/26/2020, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM Build-A-Bear at Children’s Hospital private dining room. This will be for Mended Little Hearts patients. Volunteers should arrive at 5:30. Contact Nancy Lehren for more information or to sign up.

3/14/2020, 9:00 – 12:00 at Watts Middle School Gym, Tri Star Basketball.

4/2/2020, Build-A-Bear at Children’s Hospital private dining room. This will be for Oncology patients. Contact Nancy Lehren for more information.

Social Events

3/14/2020 at 6 PM, Wine and Beer Tasting at the home of Patrick and Diane Arehart.

4/24/2020, Hunchback of Notre Dame play at CHS followed by dinner at Old Scratch pizza. Times will be provided later.

5/2/2020, Kentucky Derby Party at Remodeling Designs.


Nancy Lehren, chair Childhood Health and Wellness, announced that she has enough volunteers for the 2/26/2020 event, but they can always use more. Let her know if you would like to volunteer.

 Gary Hansen, chair of the Will Cale Scholarship committee, announced that 5 new Will Cale scholars have been chosen and all the students have been assigned mentors. There were more mentor volunteers pairs than students. Those not assigned students this time will be assigned to a student next year.

Junior Optimist International

Kelly Stone, the advisor for CNO Junior Optimist International clubs (JOI clubs), spoke to us. The first JOI club was at CHS in 1988 followed by Magsig in 1991 and nearly all Centerville schools now have JOI clubs. She is also the advisor to the University of Dayton’s Optimist club started in 2015.

All the clubs gave her a list of projects they have participated in. Some of those included: Haunted Trail, Penny’s for Patients, Trunk or Treat, Light the Night for Leukemia. Earth Day Cleanup.

Some of what the UD club helps with is the Haunted Trail, and Christmas Tree lot. They also provide food to local shelters. They offer tutoring for African refugees. UD was the first college club and one of the strongest clubs in the world. UD was recently asked by OI to charter a new club in India which has initially 17 members.

Great Ohio District Awards for 2018-2019

Greg Griffin introduced Lt. Governor of the Great Ohio District Pat Behn. For year 2018-2019, CNO was recognized as an Honor Club and as a Distinguished Club. CNO received a 2018-2019 patch for our banner for being a Distinguished Club.

Pat Behn announced and presented awards received by CNO members for the 2018-2019 year.

  • David Ladd, District Chaplain, Recognized for his dedication as the Chaplain
  • Greg Griffin, Internet Communication Specialist, Recognized for his continued help
  • Donna received an Honor Club President Pin and a Citation of Recognition
  • Gary Smiga received an Honor Club Citation of Recognition
  • Jean Pummill received an Honor Club Citation of Recognition
  • Donna Huss received a Distinguished President OI watch, a Citation of Recognition from the District and OI, and Immediate Past Governor Sue Armstrong’s “Road to Success” glassware and coasters
  • Gary Smiga received a Distinguished Treasurer OI watch, Citation of Recognition from the District and OI, and Immediate Past Governor Sue Armstrong’s “Road to Success” glassware & coasters
  • Jean Pummill received a Distinguished Secretary OI watch, Citation of Recognition from the District and OI, and Immediate Past Governor Sue Armstrong’s “Road to Success” glassware & coasters
  • Pat Behn received a Distinguished Lt. Governor Citation of Recognition from the District and OI

Optimist International Professional Development Program

Jean Pummill gave a presentation on two programs to enhance your growth and participation in your Optimist club. These programs not only help you, the more of us that participate in these programs, the more our club gets recognized in Ohio and Internationally. For the Great Ohio district 2018-2019, CNO earned more points than all other clubs in our district. These programs help with member retention by keeping members involved in helping themselves and the club at the same time.

  • Personal growth and involvement program (PGI)
  • Professional development program (PDP)

Each program has multiple levels of achievement. Each level requires specific activities. As an example, here are the steps to complete PDP Level 1, Bronze:

  • Participate in a community service activity
  • Learn how to write a communique/Press Release
  • Give a short presentation on “How Optimism Can Make a Better World” or “Optimism as a Way of Life”
  • Learn the 5 purposes of an Optimist Club
  • Introduction of a new Member or a guest at a Club meeting/activity

Jean has a new PGI passport booklets to help you track your progress through the levels of PGI.

PGI and PDP are similar but different. The FAQ for PDP says: “The PDP program is meant to provide members a way to develop professionally. Members will have the opportunity to build skills that will help them professionally and enhance their Club, District and Optimist International. Our organization wants to bring in younger professionals. The PDP is a tool to help them do that.”

Details of PDM and PGI are here.

OptiGear Is Now Available All Year Long Online

Beth Duncan explained how anyone can order OptiGear at any time of the year and your order will be delivered to your home. Visit www.optimistclubstore.com to place your orders for apparel with a Centerville Noon Optimist, CNO 2.0 logo, or any other club in Ohio.

Beth’s company Lizard Apparel and Promotions runs the site. You will be supporting The Great Ohio District of Optimist International with your purchases; part of every purchase will be donated to the District.

Thank You Notes sent to CNO

You can read recent thank you notes here.

CNO Donations 2013 through September 2019

Click this link to see a summary of the donations our club has made.

Over 50 years, we have donated close to $2,000,000 to our youth community. In the past 6 years, we have donated nearly $700,000.


Member Birthday
Julie Walling Noeth February 20
Stan Fronzaglia February 20
Mike Bevis February 21
John Thompson February 24

Membership Anniversaries

Member Month Day Joined # Years
Jack Anderson February 18 2/18/2016 4
Laura Caschera February 18 2/18/1997 23
Russell Hulbert February 20 2/20/2013 7
Bob Collins February 21 2/21/2014 6
Erin Belangia-Sanchez February 23 2/23/2006 14

New Member Readings and Inductions

Name Sponsor 1st 2nd 3rd Reading or Induction
Kristen Marks Gary DeMarco Induction

Sergeants at Arms

Member Infraction
Tim Clemmer Did not buy his guest a raffle ticket
Judy DeMarco Needed help finding her name tag
Jesse Lightle Did not greet her guest today in a timely manner

 Happy Bucks!

Member Reason
Tim Clemmer Found and a new job
Joe Madden Gave a buck just because he wanted his name listed in CNOtes
Charlie Tapp Has a new grandchild
Bill Stone UD Flyer Men’s Basketball Team is number one in the A10 and ranked fifth nationally in the AP Top 25 Poll

CNOtes – January 14, 2020 – CLUB DAY – Tom Frazier Tee Off for Youth Committee Presentation

Phather Phil’s Prayer

Phather Phil did not provide a copy of his prayer this week – he said to tell all club members to come to lunch at noon and hear it in person!

Today’s Guests – WELCOME!

Guest Guest Of
Corky Katz Kristine Balsan
Mike Kistler Dave Kaye
Kristen Marks Gary DeMarco
Mary Stahley Jerry Stahley
Kate Trangenstein Jessie Lightle
Ralph Young Charlie Tapp

All Photos from the Meeting are Here

Committee Announcements

Judy DeMarco announced that last week’s speaker Jenell Ross sent CNO a thank you note and a donation to the CNO scholarship fund.

Cherie Gentry announced that the quarterly Great Ohio District meeting in Columbus will be 2/15/2020. CNO will be receiving several awards. There is still time to sign up. Contact Cherie for forms to attend. The deadline for early bird pricing is January 23, 2020. CNO will pay the fee for you to attend. Send completed forms to Roland Rapp.

Jean Pummill will be taking over the PDP and PGI programs from Myron. Check with her for updated passport books and for help using this program to help your personal growth and to enhance your value to the club and community.

Gary Hansen, the Will Cale scholarship chair, said that the committee has just received the next batch of candidates for this scholarship. The scholarship is given to students overcoming a significant disadvantage. CNO provides 3-year scholarships to Sinclair Community College. The next meeting will be before lunch at 11:15 AM on 1/21/2020 at Yankee Trace before the CNO lunch meeting. Come and learn more about how you can help. There will be information about becoming a mentor or helping in other ways.

Katie Calloway, the  social media chair, asked if you would please like CNO on Facebook. Contact her if you would like to join the committee. She said if you are a committee chair and have announcements contact her and she will get them on Facebook.

Bob Lawson announced that the Fishing Derby will be June 6, 2020. The website has the latest information and the 2020 registration form and can be found here.

Committee Meetings

  • 1/21/2020, 6 PM, Monthly board meeting at Woodbourne Library
  • 2/12/2020, 6 PM, Golf Committee at Buckeye Home Health Care on Paragon Rd. Future meetings will be 3/18/2020, 4/15/2020, 5/13/2020, 6/17/2020, 7/8/2020

Tom Frazier Tee Off for Youth Golf 2020 Volunteer Opportunities

Today was CNO “Club Day”. Instead of an outside speaker, Mike Bevis and Judy DeMarco presented information about last year’s golf outing and how you can help with the 2020 outing. The 2020 golf outing will be 6 months from now on Monday, July 13, 2020. This will the 29th golf fundraiser for CNO.

The CNO Tom Frazier Tee Off for Youth Golf fundraiser is the premier golf outing of Dayton. If you would like to play in the tournament be sure to register early as it sells out every year. You can get a registration form here.

The golf committee is comprised of about 25 members and they help produce the best golf outing in the Dayton area. Starting in January, the committee meets once a month. Any member can join the committee. The meetings are fun as well as functional.

Net proceeds from the 2019 fundraiser was $50,000. A third of the money each year is donated to Dayton Children’s Hospital. They use the funds to help disadvantaged families afford the travel expenses to get their children to and from the hospital for their childhood cancer treatments.

The outing is held at Sycamore Country Club. Mike is often asked why the outing is held at a private country club. He said it was because there is more flexibility in bringing in our own supplies, such as food, drinks, ice, etc.

Several committee members spoke today about areas where you can help:

  • Pat Behn runs the golfer registration process on the day of the outing.
  • Barbara Santo, Val Huff and Vida McDowell organize the silent auction. All items are donated for the 60 baskets they make. The silent auction typically raises about $8000. They need donations of items for the baskets. Gift cards make excellent donations.
  • Donna Huss handles the various mailings and coordinates ice and beer delivery.
  • Golfers are presented with gift bags with goodies in them from sponsors. This process needs a new person to be in charge. Let Mike Bevis know if you would like to be that person. Thank you to Ellie Parker for handling this for several years.
  • Wendy Hattan takes care of posting updates on Facebook.
  • Denise O’Neill and her family cook the food donated by Dorothy Lane Market.
  • Vince Reidy works on getting donations from area automobile dealers.
  • Chris Ziehler works on getting donations of gift certificates from local area golf courses for foursomes with carts.
  • Gary DeMarco is the coordinator of the day. His team uses golf carts to make sure things are setup for the day. This includes tables, drink stations, beverage stations, and people to monitor the hole in one prize station. Volunteers work 3 hours shifts. They can always use more volunteers. You do not need to know how to play golf to help.

Scroll down to the bottom of this blog entry to read he full report about the 2019 golf outing.

Thank Notes sent to CNO

You can read recent thank you notes here.

CNO Donations 2013 through September 2019

Click this link to see a summary of the donations our club has made.

Over 50 years, we have donated close to $2,000,000 to our youth community. In the past 6 years, we have donated nearly $700,000.community.


Member Birthday
Bob Duffy January 15
Barbara Santo January 17
Myron Rheaume January 20

Membership Anniversaries

Member Month Day Joined # Years
Susan Thomsen January 14 1/14/1997 23
Deb Ulrich January 18 1/18/2017 3
Dick Lee January 18 1/18/2017 3
Lynne Reilly January 18 1/18/2017 3
Pam Miller January 18 1/18/2017 3
Shawn Thacker January 18 1/18/2017 3
Gary DeMarco January 20 1/20/2016 4

New Member Readings and Inductions

Name Sponsor 1st 2nd 3rd Reading or Induction
D Ralph Young Charlie Tapp 2nd Reading
Michael Kistler Dave Kay 1st Reading
Kristen Marks Gary De Marco 1st Reading

Sergeants at Arms

Member Infraction
Gentlemen that did not stand when given these instructions. If you are the best looking guy at each table please stand up.
Chris McAlpine Buying a Tesla
Jerry Stahley Don Kelley claimed Mary Stahley as his guest today, even though Mary was sitting right next to Jerry. Jerry was therefore fined for not bringing a guest today.
Fred Polizzi Stealing the bell
Scott Langer Didn’t think lunch was special enough.

 Happy Bucks! 

Member Reason
Bob Duffy LSU won the NCAA National Football Championship.
Donna Huss Grandson married a wonderful girl last Saturday. David Ladd officiated the ceremony.
Jay McAlpine Attended the Lady Gaga show recently in Las Vegas.
Lynne Reilly Attending today’s lunch meeting.

CNOtes – July 23, 2019 – Club Day

Phather Phil’s Prayer

Heavenly Father when we first started saying our prayers we viewed it
as a duty. I’m sure I’m not alone in this practice. We remember
starting every prayer – “Now I lay me down to sleep.” Growing older
we started with asking for some help. Gradually we realized that
beginning with thanks gave us the most pleasure. Now it’s a
conversation with You, going over the days joys and the problems we
encountered and asking for Your guidance. Thank You Lord for Your
patience with us and helping us grow closer to You. I’m sure that
growing closer to You has given us our Optimism and the desire to
give back. Thanks again Lord. Amen!

Today’s Guests

Guest Guest Of
Greg Blatt Ron Tinnerman
Tyler Blatt Ron Tinnerman
Joe Cantrell Wayne Christie
Faye Elam Donna Huss
Lisa Tucker Donna Huss

All Photos from the Meeting are Here

Donations for Trotwood School Uniforms

Lisa Tucker, co-owner of Bill’s Donuts, accepted numerous individual donations today from our members on behalf of school uniforms for Trotwood. The district was hit hard by the Memorial Day tornados. CNO made a monetary contribution as well. Bill’s Donuts is very supportive of causes in our area and of CNO.

Top Ten Reasons to Attend the Ohio Convention

Cherie Gentry announced that the Great Ohio Optimist District Convention will be August 15-17, 2019 in Fairborn (just a short drive from Centerville!). She encourages all of us to sign up. Our club covers your fees to attend. If you can only come one day, the best day is Saturday, August 17. Please support the incoming governor (Myron Rheaume) by attending.

The top ten reasons to attend are:

  1. Opportunity to meet, be inspired by and trained by incoming Optimist International President Adrian Elcock.
  2. Incredible training for President-Elects, Secretary/Treasurer-Elects, Lt. Governor-Elects as well non-officer Optimists.
  3. Obtain new fundraising & project ideas for your club. Share your club activities with fellow Optimists.
  4. Win one of the $25 gift cards being given away as attendance prizes.
  5. Renew old friendships as well as make new optimist friends from all over The Great Ohio District.
  6. See the fantastic Great Ohio Optimist District JOI students in action.
  7. Be inspired to add new members to your club in order to serve more youth in your community.
  8. Celebrate The Great Ohio Optimist District’s success in the “Imagine the Power of You” year.
  9. Get motivated to help Governor-Elect Myron Rheaume lead us to greater achievements in 2019-20.
  10. Enjoy the fun & fellowship of the 72th Annual Convention of the Great Ohio District.

Upcoming Social Events

  • 8/10/2019 – 5:30 PM, Saturday, Cookout, Outdoor games, Monte Carlo Night at Lion’s Club, Bellbrook
  • 9/24/2019 – 6 PM, Tuesday, Presidential Installation Dinner at the Presidential Banquet Center
  • 10/10/2019 – ALL DAY, Keeneland Horse Racing, there will be a chartered bus.
  • 11/8/2019 – 6 PM, Friday, Euchre party at TBD
  • 12/10/2019 – 6 PM, Tuesday, Holiday Party at Yankee Trace

Committee Announcements

Donna Huss announced that the Ohio District Convention will be held in Fairborn from August 15-17, 2019. Our JOI club is requesting donations of school supplies to be given to Choices, Inc., which is a foster care program, serving 16 Ohio counties. Please bring your donations to lunch and Evelyn Griffin will collect the items.

Bob Lawson announced that Kids Day in the Park will be Saturday August 3rd, 2019. Please volunteer if you can. Instead of handing out the helium balloons we normally do new member Jerry Gerards will be making balloon animals. If you volunteer that day, you can get some training to make them.

Barbara Santo announced that the next Build-a-Bear will be Saturday August 3rd, 2019. More volunteers are needed for this very popular event. We did not get to pick the date of this event and it is unfortunate it is the same day as Kids Day in the Park. It is in conjunction with the Sickle Cell Annual Education Day. We need volunteers to show up at 1:30 PM at The Kroc Center, 1000 N Keowee St, Dayton OH. Volunteers are needed for several options: help children dress their bear, help with games, hand out bags or Nancy will find you a job!

Beth Duncan announced that Vida won the Euchre tournament last Friday.

Meet New Club Members

Instead of the usual guest speaker today, we used the time to get to know two of our newest members. We had two recently inducted members come up to the podium and share a little about themselves.

Michelle Tagliamonte

Michelle was inducted into CNO on July 16, 2019.

Before moving to Centerville, she and her family lived In Illinois. In Illinois she was a member of the board for CASA for Children. CASA is a national organization of advocates that have been standing up for children since 1977. When she heard about Centerville Noon Optimist and what we do she instantly wanted to join.

Her family was happy to leave Illinois and return to Centerville.

Professionally she enjoys helping people take control of their health through diet.

Dylan Mellling

Dylan Melling was inducted into CNO on July 23, 2019.

Dylan is the District Direct at Miami Valley Council of Boy Scouts of America.

He has been involved in scouts since grade school when he heard about all the cool things scouts get to use like bows and arrows, BB guns and fire. Dylan’s father has early onset dementia at the age of 56, and Dylan is grateful for the great memories of his father being his scout leader.

Dylan graduated with a class of 81 students from Frankton, Indiana.

He met his wife in Layfayette, Indiana. Their daughter, Sophia, was born 6 weeks early in mid-July, 2019 and she is doing well in the NICU in a hospital in Indianapolis.

Dylan said he will cherish the feeling of holding his little girl for the first for the rest of his life. He looks forward to when his daughter can join scouts.

Getting the word out about scouts to grade schoolers was traditionally through promotional flyers sent home from schools. Centerville has stopped sending flyers home. He has started using social media and geo fencing tools to advertise to potential new scouts.


Member Birthday
Mike Yoder July 24
Kathy Klein July 26
Phil Robinson July 26
David Duncombe July 27
Jerry Stahley July 27
Katie Calloway July 27
Sandy Stevens July 28
Dan Beck July 29

Membership Anniversaries

Member Month Day Joined # Years
John Sherman July 24 7/24/2009 10
David Brookman July 27 7/27/2011 8
Jim Long July 27 7/27/2015 4
Donna Robinson July 28 7/28/1997 22

New Member Readings and Inductions

Name Sponsor 1st 2nd 3rd Reading or Induction
Yvette Donahue-Duffy Carolyn Taylor Induction
Bill Duffy Carolyn Taylor Induction
Kathy Linder Sue Brubaker Induction
Martin Huffstutler Jesse Gaither Induction
Tom Brozich Mike Bevis Induction
Marilyn Abbott Greg Griffin Induction
Dylan Melling Paul Stull Induction
Joe Cantrell Wayne Christie 1st Reading
Chris Smith Greg Griffin 3rd Reading

Sergeants at Arms

Member Infraction
Patrick Arehart For not purchasing 50/50 ticket
Beth Duncan Phone ringing during the Pledge of Alligiance
Yvette Donahue-Duffy Bob Duffy fined her for having the same last name as him
Bill Duffy Bob Duffy fined him for having the same last name as him

 Happy Bucks! 

Member Reason
Judy McFadden Had a great time at Euchre last Friday and thanked everyone for being patient with her; She had never played cards before let alone Euchre
Lisa Tucker Thank you for all the donations to assist students of Trotwood get much needed school uniforms after the Tornado disaster
Vida McDowell Winning Euchre Tournament
Jerry Gehards Happy he will be making balloons at Kid’s Day at the park on August 3, 2019
Dylan Melling Newborn daughter just took a bottle for the first time; She was born 6 weeks early and is still in the NICU and is doing fine
Beth Duncan Everyong on the social committee for being so helpful with events and for all the help with last week’s Euchre party
Brian Nolan Dick Stevens joining the golf foursome of Nolan, Kalaman and Tapp for Phather Phil’s birthday golf outing next week
Martin Huffstutler Happy to be part of the Centerville Noon Optimist Club
Bob Burkman Grandson Marine Corporal Steven Spencer Burkman is home on leave
Bob Burkman Granddaughter Briana Burkman is engaged after three years of dating
Bob Burkman Briana Burkman has completed her masters degree and is now employeed at the Coffman YMCA