Prayers, caring and
sharing are our
By Keith Hazen & Dennis Sedlak
Clark Flickinger is
starting therapy and the doctor says it is best if he
stays at home.
Dennis Sedlak getting
acclimated to life in Keystone and is doing well.
Jerry Frank is going
to Springfield next week to get a valve in his heart
Please take care, stay healthy and good looking.
Cleland said the Angel Tree went well. She
asked the 34 members that served to stand and be
Donna also said the Bob Evans fundraiser goes on
through November 30. She is hoping that it will be a
Don Wenneker said the signup sheets are out
for the Salvation Army toy distribution on Tuesday,
December 17th and the food distribution Friday.
December 20th. There are morning and afternoon
shifts for both days.
advertised for members that wanted to go to the
Christmas Show at the Conklin Dinner Theater
Wednesday, December 11. Itís a great show with a
prime rib dinner for $35.00 per person. It will be
in the second row of tables on the main floor. He
still needs 6 more. See him to sign up.
Pat Riley reminded us that it was the fourth
Friday and the collection cans for Project Eliminate
are out on the tables. He said the donation was tax
deductible and it is getting close to the end of the
Gary Goeken showed a JibJab Thanksgiving
video that was credited to
reminded us that there would be no GK meetings on
December 25, 2013 and January 1, 2014. He suggested
substitute activities that might include playing
Santa Claus and watching football.
read a thank you note from Bill Clevenger thanking
us for all the things we do for the Park District,
but especially for the $4,045 that we donated to the
sixth grade basketball program at the DISC.
Charles also read a
note from Catholic Charities thanking us for the
$190.00 we gave to their food bank. The note listed
the number of people they had helped this year and
there were a lot of them.
David Huston and
Lyn Langen were guests
of their brother-in-law Dave
Gerald Slot, making
his second visit, was a guest of
Gerry Miller. Welcome to you all!
A man in Phoenix,
Arizona calls his son in New York and tells
him, "Your mother and I are getting a
"What?! Why?!", the son screamed.
"Forty years of misery is enough. We can't
stand the sight of each other anymore."
"But you've made it work for all these
years. Isn't there another way?"
We're getting a divorce and that's final.
Now call your sister in Chicago and tell
her." The man hung up and his son called his
sister in Chicago to tell her the news.
"They are not getting a divorce," his sister
says, "We'll fix this." She then calls her
father in Phoenix.
"There is no way that you and Mom are
getting divorced after forty years of
marriage. My brother and I will be there
tomorrow and we can all talk about this.
Don't talk to any lawyers or file any
paperwork until we get there."
The man hangs up the phone and says to his
wife, "It worked. The kids are coming home
for Christmas AND their paying their own