CNOtes – April 9, 2019 – Dr. Greg Ramey – Dayton Children’s Hospital

Phather Phil’s Prayer

In Phather Phil’s absence, our District Chaplain – David Ladd – gave us one of his patented extemporaneous prayers to open the meeting.

Today’s Guests

Guest Guest Of
Adam Blanchard Speaker Guest
Mason Cammel Mike Bevis
Joe Cantrell Wayne Christie
Kelly Davis Beth Duncan
Jack Grady Mike Bevis
Greg Huff Val Huff
Dr. Greg Ramey Speaker
Amber Wenzler Vince Reidy

All Photos from the Meeting are Here


Paula and John Kalaman announced that the annual blood drive in honor of their son John P. Kalaman will be held Monday April 29, 2019, from 9 AM until 5 PM at the Centerville Police Department.

Upcoming Social Events

  • 5/4/2019, Kentucky Derby Party – Miamisburg, bring a dish to share.
  • 5/11/2019, Dayton Dragons with a luxury box. Use the sign-up sheet at lunch or email

Happy Birthday Erin Belangia-Sanchez

Today was Erin’s birthday. That means we sing Happy Birthday to one of our own. Bob Duffy crushed it in leading us in being the best of the worst we can be.

Committee Announcements

Mike Bevis, chair of the golf committee, said we are less than 100 days until the Tom Frazier Tee Off for Youth Golf Tournament. It will be held on Monday, July 15, 2019.

Pat Behn, chair of the Easter Egg Hunt announced the Easter Egg hunt will be at 10 AM on April 20, 2019, at St. Leonard’s. Volunteers should show up at 8:30 to help spread the eggs in the grass for the kids to find at 10 AM. Coffee and donuts will be provided for volunteers!

Nancy Lehren, chair of the Childhood Cancer Committee announced that the next Build-A-Bear event will be on Friday, May 10th, at Children’s Medical Center. 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.

Jerry Stahley, chair of the OI Junior Golf Championship, is selling raffle tickets for the event. The price is 6 Tickets for $5 and the prize is a case of wine. Tickets will be available for the next few weeks.

Dr. Greg Ramey

Mike Bevis introduced today’s speaker, Dr. Greg Ramey PhD, a pediatric psychologist and the executive director for the Center for Pediatric Mental Health Resources at Dayton Children’s. He has been at Children’s for 39 years. Dr. Ramey also writes a weekly parenting column in the Dayton Daily News that is distributed through the New York Times wire service and can be found on the Dayton Children’s blog.

Dr. Ramey gave us his thoughts about the effects of too much technology and parenting styles that are dramatically affecting today’s youth. He said of his daily routine, “Everyday there is a WebEx meeting (computer-based video conference call) at 8:45 am about the intake of patients over the last 24 hours. At today’s meeting there were 11 kids seen in the last 24 hours that are at risk for suicide.”

He said, “In general the current generation of children is the most privileged in history.” Yet he explained, “There is a substantial increase in serious mood disorders, anxiety and depression. This has led to an epidemic of kids that would rather die than suffer through these disorders.”

He said, “7.4% of teens attempt suicide. That is over 4000 kids in the local 4 county area.”

He recently moved to the Beavercreek area. He noticed there seemed to be no kids in his neighborhood. Then school started and there were kids everywhere. They just stay indoors and just play with technology. Plus, when it was raining he saw parents holding umbrellas over their kid’s heads. Kid’s are being too coddled and not allowed to fail.

Kids are interacting with technology more than with each other. When tough things happen to them instead of turning to friends, they just go to their phones.

He said, “This is no longer a study, this is a fact, anything beyond one and half and two hours of technology interaction per day increases the occurrence of anxiety and depression. Some kids are at risk at just thirty minutes today.”

As a therapist he has had kids come in and says they wanted to die, “Because my parent took away my phone”. He said, “They don’t have a reality.”

To help patients and their families, Dayton Children’s has a Mental Health Resource Connection. The Mental Health Resource Connection program is a service that connects patients and families to available mental health services in the community.

He was excited to tell us that on July 9, 2019, a new unit for pediatric mental health patients opens at Dayton Children’s. It is a 24-bed private room facility.

He discussed the money issues in treating pediatric mental health patients. He said, “Debbie, my boss has never thanked me for raising so much money. That is because every one of my group’s services loses money.” Health insurance payments are way too low. An insurance company recently paid just 6 cents on the dollar for a huge bill submitted for payment.

He told us we are lucky Dayton Children’s exists for our community. He thanks organizations like the Centerville Noon Optimist club for making a lot of what Dayton Children’s does possible.

He gave us some things to consider about parenting. Too many children are pushed too hard for perfection and believe they need have no choice but to achieve perfection. Perfection is not possible. Constantly trying to reach perfection causes anxiety.

Let your child fail. Let them feel pain. Many of today’s kids have little experience with feeling bad. Their parents get rid of troubling moments for them. When real pain comes they think the suffering will never end. We as normal adults know one thing for sure, no matter how good or bad we feel right now, we know it will end. Children need to know that if they feel bad that this will end, and they will be fine.

Recently he wrote a blog post on Dayton Children’s website called “The important lesson of failure”.

As for the cause of increased mental health issues, he says the number one issue is the current parenting style. The second issue is too much time spent in front of technology screens. When people feel disengaged from other people, that can lead to suicide.


Member Birthday
Cheryl Probst April 9
Erin Belangia-Sanchez April 09
Steve Kohls April 12
Rick Talda April 13
Emily Duke April 14
Don Kessler April 15

Membership Anniversaries

Member Month Day Joined # Years
Ron Tinnerman April 11 4/11/2005 14

New Member Readings and Inductions

Name Sponsor 1st 2nd 3rd Reading or Induction
Pam Truitt Donna Huss 2nd Reading
Judy McFadden Donna Huss 2nd Reading
Jack Grady Mike Bevis 1st Reading
Kelly Davis Beth Duncan 1st Reading

Sergeants at Arms

Member Infraction
Tom Novak Making a “short” joke about new Sergeants Carolyn Taylor and Brian Nolan
Everyone taller than Tom Novak Being taller than Tom Novak
Joe Madden April fools joke on Mary pretending he needed to go to the ER for a burst eardrum
Joe Madden Offering $100 to Vida for her March Madness Bracket that was worth $300.
Andy and Erin Dickerson Their son was a recent guest and he won the 50/50 drawing
Candace Rinke Her picture was in the newspaper without wearing her Optimist pin
Larry Lynde Winning his own March Madness pool

 Happy Bucks! 

Member Reason
Bob Glavin Retired from Avery Dennison
Rachel Goetz Daughter is starting Miami University at Oxford this  fall
Tom Novak Thanks to the Avenue of Flags renewal team
Mary Madden March Madness is over
Bob Collins Grandson, Noah Garel a senior at CHS, won the area DECA competition, placed at the Ohio level, and as the only CHS senior to do this he continues to the nationals in Orlando.
Bob Collins Son’s girlfriend (a nurse) has been hired to work in the new mental unit announced today by Dr. Greg Ramey.
Erin Belangia-Sanchez Thanks for everyone singing happy birthday to her today
Stan Fronzaglia Several of his grand kids are on vacation together in Greece
John Kalaman Winning the 50/50 today

CNOtes – September 11, 2018 – Presentation of Checks to Dayton Children’s from Tom Frazier Tee Off for Youth Golf Outing

Phather Phill’s Prayer

Heavenly Father: we all need to have a quiet time every day to be with You. A time to enjoy communicating with You and emptying ourselves of all our concerns. We realize we are blessed. Not as rich as we would like
to be, but not as poor as many. There are more with problems than we think we have and even more that have no solution. Thank You again for us being Optimist; helping youth with consistent love and fellowship. Help
us help everyone by following our Creed, especially to be too strong for lies, too noble for gossip, too strong for the devil and too confused to recognize trouble. Amen!

Today’s Guests

Guest Guest Of
Dr. Mukund Dole Dayton Children’s
Dana Dring Craig Dring
Faye Elam Judy DeMarco
Jim Elam Judy DeMarco
Jeff Garnica Bob Foster
Becky Keegan Carolyn Taylor
Mark Morris Bob Foster
Dave Tellmann James Free Jewelers
Curt Thomas Vince Reidy
Lisa Tucker Judy DeMarco
Sherri Valentine James Free Jewelers
William Ward Judy DeMarco

All Photos from the Meeting are Here

Remembering Tuesday 9/11/2001

Bob Duffy, who was CNO president during the 9/11/2001 attacks in New York, told us a memory from that day. September 11, 2001 was a Tuesday and the attacks happened right before the CNO lunch. It was an odd feeling not knowing exactly what has happened and what to think or say about it.

Special Reminder

There will be no lunch on September 25, 2018. Instead we will be having our installation dinner that evening at Canopy Creek Farm.

Committee Announcements

Jesse Gaither, CNO 2.0 committee, announced that the next CNO 2.0 meeting will be on September 20, 2018 at 5:30 PM, Heavier than Air Brewing Company. Speaking will be Sarah Williams from Hannah’s Treasure Chest.

Diane Arehart, social committee, announced that the next social event will be on October 4th, 2018 at Breakout Games in Centerville with pizza after at Donato’s Pizza. Sign up at a meeting or email Diane Arehart at

Gail Aiken announced the Haunted Trail at Forest Field Park will be held on October 16, 2018 and October 17, 2018. It is about a 1-mile walk and we need more volunteers for trail guides.

Chris McAlpine announced the next board meeting will be Monday, September 17, 2018 at 6:30 PM at Audio Etc, and it will focus on budgeting. Note that the meeting is on a Monday this month, not a Tuesday. This meeting will include all current and soon-to-be board members.

Chris McAlpine announced that Tri-Star Soccer still needs volunteers. The event will be on September 21, 2018, from 6 PM to 7:30 PM. Be sure to invite children aged 4-13 to come and participate in this free event.

Today’s Speaker

Mike Bevis introduced Adam Blanchard, the Director of Donor Engagement at Dayton Children’s Hospital (DCH). He thanked CNO for our ongoing donations to DCH.

Mr. Blanchard introduced Dr. Mukund Dole, MD, who has been at DCH for 21 years. He started off thanking us for the quarterly breakfasts we sponsor for he and the team; please keep them coming everyone truly enjoys them.

He stated, “Pediatric cancer is very difficult for the families. Thank you for helping to fund the gigantic floor that lets families stay near their children.”

Donations from CNO have helped fund the patient tower at DCH that opened on June 5, 2017. It has State of the Art technologies and conveniences. In the Dayton area there are 50 new patients each year with childhood cancer. Pediatric cancer is truly bad luck. It is not because of lifestyle, exercise levels or diet which are the causes of a lot of cancers in adults. Pediatric cancers can be cured about 85% of the time. About 42% of adults with cancer are cured. Treatment for pediatric cancer is the same across the U.S. through a nationwide network of doctors and protocols.

Because of DCH, right here in Dayton patients can receive phase 1 and phase 2 procedures without traveling. He thanked us for our support which makes the services possible in our region.

Dr. Dole introduced Kate Barrett. She thanked us for making Children’s the beneficiary of the Golf Outing’s proceeds. The money we raise helps families by making it so they do not have to worry about where to eat or stay while their children get treatment. The money is also used to help educate newly diagnosed patients and to help cover high deductible insurance and co-pays for the drugs patients receive.

She specifically mentioned how much the kids and the families love the Build-a-Bear events.

Additionally, she told us the new patient tower is wonderful! There were 13 new technologies just added recently. Next year stem cell bone marrow transplants will be possible at DCH. This will help even more families stay close to home while their children receive treatment.

Tom Frazier Tee Off for Youth Golf 2018 Report

Mike Bevis thanked volunteers and sponsors for the 2018 Tom Frazier Tee Off for Youth Golf Outing at Sycamore Creek Country Club that was held 7/16/2018. Thank you, Mike, for today’s report and for chairing the wonder golf fundraiser!

Chris McAlpine presented a check for $12,000 from the event to the representatives from Children’s Hospital. Another check for the patient tower was presented for $5000.00, which is the 4th installment of our $25,000 commitment to the tower.

Next year the 28th annual golf outing will be held on July 15, 2019.

The following are the notes Mike used for his speech:

Good afternoon and thanks Chris for the time today to thank everyone for their efforts on the 2018 Tom Frazier Classic Tee Off for Youth Golf Classic. It is always a fun day to celebrate and recognize those who work so diligently especially during this record year.

It has been two months since that hot steamy day in July. We’ve had some time to reflect on our success. Every year we spend more than six months planning this event and, of course, we spend the same amount of time asking you to volunteer, golf, sponsor and donate. So as you can see, this is a total club project. Thank you to everyone for working so hard to help with this effort. With more than 1,000 golf outings each year it seems to get tougher each year.  But with your help and Sycamore Creek CC, we had another excellent year.

We brought in 140 golfers (a record and 20 more than last year) and delivered $36,000 in revenue for our club. I would like to recognize our committee, starting with co-Chairs, Bob Foster and Donna Huss. Additionally, thank you to committee members Sarah Umbreit, Vince Reidy, Steve Kohls, Pat Behn, Val Huff, Vida McDowell, Sue Brubaker, Charlie Tapp, Ellie Parker, Roberta Taylor, Denise O’Neill, Jean Pummill, Judy DeMarco and Barbara Santo, Deb Ulrich, Kristin Passidomo, Mandy Ransdell, Paul Webendorfer, Deb Saunders, Beth Duncan, June Bosworth, Bob Burkman, John Spears, John Thompson, Chris Ziehler, Julie Walling and Greg Griffin!

There were also more than 50 other volunteers who gave their talent and time to help on July 16.

How about a big applause for your tee off for youth golf committee….25 plus members.

Thank you……

While our committee steers the success of this event, our sponsors are the people who provide the dollars to help drive our programs and our support for Dayton Children’s annually.

Our Five Star and master’s sponsors

1-800-GOT-Junk and You Move Me

McAfee Heating and Air

Bill’s Donuts

Remodeling Designs


Secure Future Advisors – Mark Morris

Hole In One Sponsors

James Free Jewelers

Voss Auto Network

Mercedes Benz of Centerville

Castrucci Auto Group

Cart Sponsor – Mike Houser of House Asphalt and Concrete, St. Leonard’s, Parts Express, Infiniti of Dayton, State Farm Jim Slatt and Parallel Advisors

Goody Bag Stuff – Dayton Children’s Hospital, Woeber’s Mustard, Mike-Sells Potato Chips, Montgomery Inn BBQ and Jaffe Jewelers

Masters and Double Eagle Sponsors

Monica Stomps CPA

Woeber’s Mustard – Wally Miller

Star Cartage – Joe Collins

Shane Wilken – First Financial Bank

Allstate Insurance – Andy Harmon

Morgan Stanley – Keith Meyers

Eagle and other Sponsors

Bar Codes Unlimited

Brixey and Meyer

Buckeye Eco Care

Buckeye Home Health Care

Buckeye Senior Care

Buckeye Pools

Barker, Beck, Collins and Kronauge Insurance

The Carpet Store

Mike’s Car Wash

Centerville Insurance

Centerville Pizza

Copp Integrated Systems

Dr. Dan Passidomo

DayAir Credit Union

Dayton Children’s Hospital

Judy and Gary DeMarco

Ethan Allen

Elliott Tool

Essential Irrigation and Landscaping

Famous Restaurant

Franklin Iron & Metal

Graceworks – Bethany Village

Hammerman, Graf and Hughes

Home City Ice

Incarnation Catholic School

Hamilton Self Storage

Liberty Self Storage


Turf Nerd

Jack Anderson– Merrill Lynch

Miami Valley School

Minute Man Press

William Ward – Morgan Stanley – Centerville

Lizard Apparel

Morgan Stanley Keith Meyer

Ohio Eagle Distributing (beer)

Parallel Advisors


Molly Petsch

P & R Specialty

Prime Controls

Rooted Grounds Coffee

Routsong Funeral Home

Rumpke Waste and Recycling

Saint Leonard

Secure Futures

Sign Connection

Southtown Heating & Air


Tinnerman Insurance


Bill Uhl Insurance

Walling Photography

Woeber’s Mustard

Wow…what a lineup. Thank you to all our valued sponsors for making the 27th Annual Tee Off for Youth such a tremendous success.

And now for the fun stuff……many, many of you volunteer and spend time at Dayton Children’s Hospital. If you have ever visited Dayton Children’s, you know why we all do what we do….we try to bring out the best in kids.

The Centerville Noon Optimist fund works miracles and helps families. And that is the reason that everyone we have just mentioned works so hard to pull off such an extraordinary event.


Member Birthday
Sam Pfabe September 11

Membership Anniversaries

Member Month Day Joined # Years
Dean Heyne September 14 9/14/2016 2
William DeShurko September 14 09/14/2016 2

New Member Readings and Inductions

Name Sponsor 1st 2nd 3rd Reading or Induction
Bryan Miller Joan Cordonnier 3rd Reading
Daniel Koons Mike Bevis 3rd Reading
Dana Dring Craig Dring 3rd Reading

Sergeants at Arms

No time for Sergeants this week.

Happy Bucks!

No time for Happy Bucks this week.

Noon Meeting News – January 23, 2018 – Dr. Greg Ramey – Dayton Children’s and Major Gifts Presented to The Library and Park District

Phather Phil’s Prayer

Heavenly Father when we ask our hearts,”how little can I do and remain in Your grace,” we become guilty of lazy sin. This is not different from ” how little can I produce and keep my job.” We should not want to be the big fish
in the little pond all the time. We need to tempt a venture out to deeper waters to build on the purpose we were meant to do with the gift of life you gave us. Grant us the courage to volunteer to do something we have been
hesitant to do because we are afraid of failing. Let us remember that the caterpillar was about to give up when it turned into a butterfly. Life without play is dull, without service it is meaningless. Amen!

All Photos from the Meeting are Here

Today’s Guests

Guest Guest Of
Arnie Biondo Donation Recipient
Adam Blanchard Speaker
June Bosworth Julie Noeth
Ken Carter Donation Recipient
Barbara Denison Donation Recipient
Dana Jackson Robby Johnson
Stephanie Llacuna Speaker’s Guest
Dave Markham Bill DeFries
Nick Meyer Donation Recipient
Jeff Perretta Bill DeFries
Dr. Greg Ramey Speaker
Marianne Requarth Donation Recipient
Kim Senft-Paras Donation Recipient
Jonathan Werts Greg Griffin
Suzanne Werts Greg Griffin

Today’s Speaker

Thank you to all who came to lunch today.

Despite the massive U.S. government shutdown, optimism triumphed and we still had a successful Centerville Noon Optimist meeting. We were even able to overcome not having official 50/50 raffle tickets. A fine for the missing tickets is pretty much guaranteed.

Today’s Speakers

We had multiple speakers and topics today.

Our own Don Kelley discussed the long-range planning committee’s plans for celebrating our club’s 50th anniversary.  The celebration includes the following.

  • Building a float for the Americana Festival parade 7/4/2018
  • An extra special social event to be held in May or June 2018
  • $25,000 donation to the park district
  • $25,000 donation to the library

Library director, Kim Senft-Paras, accepted the check for the Washington-Centerville public library. She explained this donation allowed the library to add back their plans at the new Woodbourne library for an outdoor children’s garden with shade structures. The children’s garden was originally cut due to budget constraints.

Executive director, Arnie Biondo, accepted the check for the Centerville-Washington Park District. He explained this donation will be used to build a new playground area at Forest Field park and include a nature area. It will use the latest materials and designs to make it safer and very accessible for kids with special needs.

Our next speaker was, Dr. Ramey PhD, a pediatric psychologist and the executive director for the Center for Pediatric Mental Health Resources at Dayton Children’s. He has been at Children’s for 38 years.

One in 3 kids has a major mental health problem at some point in their childhood. We need to do more earlier for mental health to help raise kids into adults that are caring and moral. Over the past 25 years there has been a 33% increase in issues caused by the need for perfection as a child. This shows up as anxiety, depression, or suicide attempts. There has been an additional noticeable rise in issues related to Social Media. Social Media should not be demonized, we have to find a way to help children and adults to manage social media experiences because they are not going away. In our area 8.6 percent of kids have attempted or seriously contemplated suicide. We need mental help to be easily accessible. Ramey says Children’s is working on it. Children’s hospital now will have 3 psychologists and 13 psychiatrists to help kids. In a year Children’s will open up a new 24 bed crisis center.  This should eliminate the need for Children’s on a regular basis to find an appropriate facility somewhere in the state to accept children in need.


Member Birthday
Todd Kelchner January 24
Martha Jackson January 25
Dr. Dan Passidomo January 26
Gary Hansen January 28
Scott Langer January 29

Membership Anniversaries

Member Month Day Joined # Years
Greg Wasmund January 25 01/25/2007 11
Chris McAlpine January 27 01/27/2009 9
Todd Kelchner January 30 01/30/1992 26

New Member Readings and Inductions

Name Sponsor 1st 2nd 3rd Reading or Induction
June Bosworth Julie Noeth 1st Reading
ke Schwartz Jesse Gaither 1st Reading
Clint Freese Ron Tinnerman 1st Reading
Laurie Westheimer Jesse Gaither 1st Reading
Suzanne Werts Jayne Weikel 1st Reading
Jonathan Werts Jayne Weikel 1st Reading
Brent Richburg Fred Polizzi 1st Reading

Sergeants at Arms

Member Infraction
Cherie Gentry Snitching to the Sergeants about Tim Clemmer being absent too often when he was a Sergeant.
Carrie Million Telling her sister Marge Back that she could not find her badge even though it was in the right place.
Greg Griffin Overheard saying, “I am very comfortable with my masculinity.”
Bill DeFries Just now bringing a good friend as a guest that he has known for 20 years.


Happy Bucks!

Member Reason
Bill Stone Kelly Stone’s minor ear surgery went well.
Julie Noeth Will have 1st grandchild beginning of July 2018.
Myron Rheaume Thanks everyone in the club for what we do.
Tom Novak Thanks to Mike Brubaker for handling 1800 flag renewals
Jane Fiehrer Son, Evan Fiehrer,  is playing “An Evening of Music for Voice and Guitar” at Trinity Church of Miamisburg at 7:30 PM on 1/26/2018. Details at

Noon Meeting News – September 19, 2017 – President’s Awards and Check Presentation to Dayton Children’s Hospital

Phather Phil’s Prayer

This week – instead of leading our prayer – Phather Phil is in need of our prayers…  

Phather Phil had a biopsy on his bladder Monday and is home resting.  We hope to see him soon with prayers for better days. Bob Burkman read the prayer from the Phather Phil Prayer Book it was one of Phil’s, with an addition of a prayer for Phil himself.

Photos from the meeting

Special thanks to Bob Collins who served as Photographer this week!

Today’s Guests

Guest Guest Of
Bill Berry Judy DeMarco
Adam Blanchard Dayton Children’s Hospital
Stephanie Catanzaro Chris McAlpine
Jim Elam Judy DeMarco
Mike Houser Judy DeMarco
Craig Kigar Pat Behn
Franki Meier Dayton Children’s Hospital
Megan Titus Barbara Santo
Lisa Elam Tucker Judy DeMarco
William Ward Judy DeMarco

Today’s Speaker

Mike Bevis introduced Donna Huss and Bob Foster, praising them for the success of our annual golf outing, we raised over $33,000.00. Mike presented check for $11,000 from our golf outing proceeds to Adam Blanchard of Dayton Children’s Medical Center. Our club also presented Dayton Children’s with an additional check for $5,000 toward our commitment to the new tower at Dayton Children’s.  Mr. Blanchard thanked us sincerely and stated that prior to today’s donations,  Dayton Children’s had received over $133,000 from the Centerville Noon Optimist Club – WOW! Mary and Joe Madden presented Perfect Attendance pins and Awards. President Larry Lynde recognized Committee Chairs and presented several other awards to noteworthy members of the club for their efforts in 2016-2017.


Member Birthday
Bill DeFries September 19
Reba Hurst September 20
Willard Cale September 20
Harry Bossey September 22
Gregory Smith September 25
Don Wildenhaus September 25
Diane Arehart September 26
Evelyn Griffin September 26
Ken Kujawa September 27
Heather Kuth September 27
Roy Barclay October 01

Perfect Attendance Awards 2016-17

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Membership Anniversaries

Member Month Day Joined # Years
Bill Gaul September 20 09/20/2016 1
Bill Williams September 20 09/20/1993 24
Cliff Brahm September 20 09/20/2016 1
Dennis Glidden September 20 09/20/2005 12
Jeff Gray September 20 09/20/2016 1
Karen Kyler September 20 09/20/2016 1
Mike Houser September 20 09/20/2016 1
Neil Shafer September 20 09/20/2016 1
Rick Schmidt September 20 09/20/2016 1
Tad Parks September 20 09/20/2016 1
Bob Collins September 21 09/21/2014 3
Steve Campbell September 22 09/22/2009 8
Bob Vogt September 24 09/24/2005 12
Ken Irwin September 25 09/25/2012 5
Mike Wall September 26 09/26/1995 22
Ron Weir September 26 09/26/1995 22
Steve Walker September 28 09/28/1998 19
Anita Foster-Polizzi September 29 09/29/2015 2
John Powell September 29 09/29/1999 18
Steven Burkman September 29 09/29/2015 2
Brooks Compton September 30 09/30/1994 23
Charlie Goodwin September 30 09/30/2008 9
Denise O’Neil September 30 09/30/1994 23
Don Wildenhaus September 30 09/30/1997 20
Karl Frydryk October 1 10/01/1988 29
Mike Fanelli October 2 10/02/2003 14

New Member Readings and Inductions

Name Sponsor 1st 2nd 3rd Reading or Induction
Stephanie Catanzaro Chris McAlpine 1st reading

Sergeants at Arms

Member Infraction
Fred Polizzi Loosing a golf club sock, accused of wearing it (it smelled)
Chris Mc Alpine Chris wearing a suit-acceptable, Larry Lynde dressed casual- unacceptable
Barbara Santos Doing an excellent job with the birthday table
Blanca Ortiz Photo of her in Cox Media ad, no pin
All incoming board members Not wearing pins

Happy Bucks!

Member Reason
Nancy Lehren Grateful to Judy DeMarco and Sue Brubaker for taking her to the hospital last week after a fall.
Joe Madden Club check probably bounce
Kelly Stone Awesome president Larry Lynde
Myron Rheaume New banner for CNO as best Optimist club in world
Blanca Ortiz September 16th, Mexico Independence Day
Larry Lynde For Chris McAlpine as incoming president
Paul Stull Has meds fit for man or beast???