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Weekly Bulletin for July 4, 2011

posted Jul 6, 2011, 7:31 AM by Crissy Nolen

Regular Meeting:   Meeting Begins @ Noon on Wednesday –  Sweetwater Country Club  

Plan to be here at 11:45 to "schmooze" with your Exchange Family before the regular meeting begins! 

This week 's meeting will  mark the beginning of our new fiscal year.  Our new President, Mike Reichek & President-Elect Crissy Nolen will be attending Exchange's National Convention along with Ms. Exchange, Dorothy Nall, in Detroit to get pumped up about all things Exchange!  Surely they will return with some new ideas so get ready for an action packed and fun filled new year as we continue on our mission of "Doing Good and Having FUN!"

Upcoming Project:   Champions Kid Camp - serve a meal, observe the kids & programs.  Exact date & time TBD!   It looks like this is shaping up for Thursday August 4th so pencil it in on your calendar with confirmation soon so it can be inked in!  Mike will be back for the meeting on the 13th!  If you committed to helping fund the meal at Champions Kid Camp, please being your tax-deductible check payable to CKC then.  Mike is still $450 short of his $800 goal so if you are interested in helping, by all means, don't be shy!  We'll get there, $50 at a time!

                      

Calendar

JULY

6 – 9    National Convention – Detroit, MI 

July 6 - Laura Richard and Teresa Reading with the Mental Health Alliance: Stopping the stigma of Mental Health

July 11 - Board Meeting 5:45 (Mike's office:  12219 Hoggard Stafford 77477...Google it for directions!)
             
All Club members are invited to attend!...but please RSVP so we have plenty of chairs! 

July 13- Christine Manson, Volunteer Coordinator for the Homeland Prepardedness Project

 

July 20- Eleanor Barton and Dennis Praman (President) of the SL Heritage Foundation

               (Will discuss SL History, Imperial Sugar property and tell us all about their 

               foundation  

 

July 27 - Officer David Mirelez with the Rosenberg Police Dept. will give us a

               demonstration on how canine units are trained (with his dog Tacey) and will

               also bring their mobile unit that they take out on emergencies for us to tour

 

Aug. 3 - All of our PALS (Peer Assisted Leadership Students) teachers have been invited

              to lunch to thank them for the many years they have given our SBS program

 

Aug. 10- Janice Cannata and Janice Gillen will tell us all about their West Ft. Bend

                Woman's Charity

 

Aug. 17 - Gail Best will be playing guitar and singing. She will also tell us about her singing

                 programs that she does for those that are sick and how they are helped

 

Aug. 31 - Linda Page - will talk to us about her taking life as it comes story

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