October 31, 2022 Weekly Newsletter

Downtown Optimist Club of Columbia

Zoom/In Person Meeting Newsletter

Monday, October 31, 2022 at Shakespeare’s Pizza South

Meeting began at 6:01 pm

Members attend in person President Jerry Sullivan, Tony Pariso, Rick McKernan, Larry Fick, Red Leighton, Jack Cruise, Steve Winter, Ed Musterman, James Murphy, Mike Russell, Ken Oster, Carl Scott and Mary Dewey 

On Zoom: Scott Stager

Our speaker and special guest: Red Leighton to talk about his Honor Flight

Prayer: Rick McKernan

Pledge of Allegiance: Jack Cruise

Birthday/Anniversary: Jack Cruise and his wife 49th Wedding Anniversary on November 11.

Paying the Pig; Carl Scott paid the $.50 

1st Qtr. East Missouri Optimist District meeting:  Deb Swanegan, Jerry Sullvin, Tony Pariso, Ken Oster, Carl Scott, Red Leighton, Ed Musterman, Mary Dewey and Rick Mckernan (LTG).  We had great speakers at the conference the Vice President of Mid-American Julia Robison from Elkart, IN, Nicole Slusser from the Central Missouri Honor Flight and many more great speakers. We had 9 members there great turn out club.

Carl Scott is setting up a food bank drive during the conference which is our Peanut Butter Drive bring to the club house or to the conference. The top club who brings the most peanut butter will winner a prize. Like to thank Rick for his 36 jars of peanut butter. We won the most peanut butter brought in but, we gave the money to Twin City Optimist Club for their 90 jars we had 93 jars. 

Koeze Nut information: Steve Winter and Ed Harre say “Keep Selling order are during Monday, November 7th.” There will be a third order due Tuesday before or after Thanksgiving 

Tree Lot: Jim Murphy unloading and drill of the tree will begin on Saturday, November 12th We will have both the baseball and softball teams from Mizzou to help on Saturday, November 12th. We will club members to help letting them know where to the right place to put the trees that they are unloading. James Murphy has all the tree tags done and ready to go on the tree after they get drilled. 

New Business:

Meeting locations for the rest of the year –

The meeting October 31 is a noon meeting and will also be at Shakespeare’s South. Since Koeze nuts and tree lot activities will occupy the Clubhouse from now to the end of the year, all meetings will be at a different location thru December. Meeting locations and times are

· November 7 – noon Shakespeare’s South

· November 14 – noon – Clubhouse – OI President visiting – would like to see a crowd

· November 21 – EVENING MEETING 6:00 pm – Shakespeare’s South – Nadia in charge.

· November 28 – noon – Angelo’s – Nadia in charge – TY to Ken’s wife for suggesting Angelo’s

· December 5 – noon – Angelo’s

· December 12 – noon – Clubhouse

· December 19 – 6:00 – Clubhouse – Christmas Dinner

· First meeting of the new year will be January 9 at the Clubhouse

Committees were in the newsletter recently. We still need someone to chair the Chili Cook-off, (Checking with Greg) and two new committees – the New Member Welcome and the Adopt-A-Spot committees. And we still need people to co-chair the Tree Lot and Koeze Nut committees. Get involved.

Board Meeting: Next board meeting will be a t 6:00 pm on Thursday, November 17 at the Club House. The December board meeting will likely be cancelled unless we have urgent business come up. Everyone welcome to the board meetings.

Membership: The goal for this year is to end up with 72 members. We already lost 5 members.

Dime a Day – Mary – Explain what it is and how the money is used. A form was sent out with the last newsletter and will be sent again. A fundraiser for OI.

Red Kettle Bell Ringing: Friday, November 18 from 2 to 4 and 4 to 6 at Pro Bass. Please sign up 2 or 3 a shift.

Guest Speaker: Red Leighton (Talk about his trip with the Honor Flight that was on Monday, October 24th)

Optimist Creed was recited at 1:00 pm

Meeting adjourned at 1:01 pm 

Jerry Sullivan: President                                              iMagineimage20

573-701-4122

jsulliva@mineralarea.edu

October 24, 2022 Weekly Newsletter

Downtown Optimist Club of Columbia

Zoom/In Person Meeting Newsletter

Monday, October 24, 2022 at Shakespeare’s Pizza South

Meeting began at 6:01 pm

Members attend in person President Jerry Sullivan, Tony Pariso, Rick McKernan, Larry Fick and wife Paulette, Steve Klein and his wife Marion, Charlie Langreder and his wife Bonnie, Mike Russell, Ed Musterman and wife Sue, Steve Winter and his wife Reng and Daughter Becca. 

On Zoom: Nadia Ryakmyatullov, Alena Ryakmyatullov, and Mary Dewey

Our speaker and special guest: Cody Cox from Coyote Hill

Prayer: Rick McKernan

Pledge of Allegiance: Larry Fick

Birthday/Anniversary: that I can remember birthday or anniversary  

Paying the Pig;

1st Qtr. East Missouri Optimist District meeting: Will be on this Friday, October 28 and Saturday, October 29 here is Columbia, MO at the Country Yard Marriot Hotel off of Hwy 63 and Grindstone Exist. The club will pay for the conference fee for any members who wat to attend. Member who have currently sign up are Deb Swanegan, Jerry Sullvin, Tony Pariso, Ken Oster, Carl Scott, Red Leighton, Ed Musterman, Mary Dewey and Rick Mckernan (LTG). Cost is $70.00

 Zone 2 and 3 are in charge of the hospitality room for Friday night. Mary Dewey has that covered. 

The club members made bowls out clay for the center pieces and the money will go to the OI Foundation, Children Cancer and Children Fitness and Wellness.  Thanks to Deb, Ken and Mary for helping with the bowls.

Mary Dewey is working collecting items for the Silent Auction. Please let her know that you have anything for the auction or bring when you come to the conference.

Carl Scott is setting up a food bank drive during the conference which is our Peanut Butter Drive bring to the club house or to the conference. The top club who brings the most peanut butter will winner a prize.

Koeze Nut information: Steve Winter and Ed Harre say “Keep Selling order are during Monday, November 7th.”

Tree Lot: Jim Murphy unloading and drill of the tree will begin on Saturday, November 12th We will have both the baseball and softball teams from Mizzou to help on Saturday, November 12th. We will club members to help letting them know where to the right place to put the trees that they are unloading. 

Adopt A Spot: Mary and I. We need a chairperson to volunteer before we sign up. We are looking for a different spot that will be safer.

Dues for this year – The Board voted to increase dues by $15 this year. This was needed because OI increased their dues by $15. Dues will now be $97.00 for regular members $56.00 for Lifetime members. You should have already received a bill. If not, check the address list to be sure yours is correct.

New Business:

Meeting locations for the rest of the year –

The meeting October 31 is a noon meeting and will also be at Shakespeare’s South. Since Koeze nuts and tree lot activities will occupy the Clubhouse from now to the end of the year, all meetings will be at a different location thru December. Meeting locations and times are

· October 31 – noon – Shakespeare’s South

· November 7 – noon Shakespeare’s South

· November 14 – noon – Clubhouse – OI President visiting – would like to see a crowd

· November 21 – EVENING MEETING 6:00 pm – Shakespeare’s South – Nadia in charge.

· November 28 – noon – Angelo’s – Nadia in charge – TY to Ken’s wife for suggesting Angelo’s

· December 5 – noon – Angelo’s

· December 12 – noon – Clubhouse

· December 19 – 6:00 – Clubhouse – Christmas Dinner

· First meeting of the new year will be January 9 at the Clubhouse

Committees were in the newsletter recently. We still need someone to chair the Chili Cook-off, and two new committees – the New Member Welcome and the Adopt-A-Spot committees. And we still need people to co-chair the Tree Lot and Koeze Nut committees. Get involved.

Board meeting –

Awarded $800 to Diamond Council for baseball programs.

Approved outside wall repair – received two bids – one for $4000. The other from Keystone Masonry for free. Mark Perkins told me that in return for the good we do in the community he will donate materials and labor. Board will offer him a free membership and some Koeze nuts as a TY. His number is 819-5815.

Approved a Wall of Honor procedure to nominate additional members to the Wall but it needs a minor change before making it final.

Approved three housekeeping items regarding funding club needs under $300. (handout)

Decided to make December 19 meeting a Christmas dinner.

Board meetings are scheduled for November 17 (Nadia in charge), and, if needed, December 21. All Board meetings will be at the Clubhouse at 6:00 pm. December’s meeting will likely be cancelled unless urgent business comes up. Any member is welcome to attend.

Membership: The goal for the year is to end up with 72 members. If we lose six (which is likely) we’ll need to gain 12 to reach that goal. Surely, we can add a member a month. Keep an application handy. There is a box of them by the copier at the Clubhouse.

Dime a Day – Mary – Explain what it is and how the money is used. A form was sent out with the last newsletter and will be sent again. A fundraiser for OI.

Communication – me – there are some members who don’t have an email listed. They need to be called about future meetings. (Send around updated membership list for corrections)

Check your info – I’m sending around a membership list. Please check to see that your information is accurate. If not, please update it on the list. I’ll send your corrected info to OI.

Guest Speaker: Cody Cox from the Coyote Hill (see attachment about Coyote Hill)

Optimist Creed was recited at 7:00 pm

Meeting adjourned at 7:01 pm

October 17, 2022 Weekly Newsletter

Downtown Optimist Club of Columbia

Zoom/In Person Meeting Newsletter

Monday, October 17, 2022 at Downtown Optimist Clubhouse

Meeting began at 12:01 pm

Members attend in person President Jerry Sullivan, Tony Pariso, Rick McKernan, Ed Musterman, James Murphy, Charlie Langreder, C.O. Scheffer, Steve Winter, Red Leighton, Mike Hackett, Carl Scott. By Zoom Mary Dewey, Nadia Ryakmyaullov, and Adam Bakos.  Special Guest: Alaina Oliver from the Missouri State Public Defenders, Office Value of an Holistic Defense in a Court Trail and Erinie Wren the East Missouri Optimist District Governor

Prayer: Rick McKerman

Pledge of Allegiance: James Murphy

Birthday/Anniversary:

Paying the Pig: Carl Scott, Mike Hackett and Steve Winter all paid $.25 for not having their name tag on at today’s meeting. (Mary paid for Mike and Steve tags)

Please send him card wish him a speedy recovery. His address is

Red Leigthon

24 Springer Dr

Columbia, MO 65201

1st qtr. East Missouri Optimist District meeting will on October 28 through Saturday, October 29 in Columbia, Missouri at the Courtyard Marriot Hotel of AC Exist. Please let Tony know if you want to go to the conference. It was a great conference learned a lot about leadership. It will be great to see everyone there since here in Columbia and not much traveling or hotel room. We are in charged of the food for the hospitalize room on Friday night. Deb will need help with making bowls for the conference table decoration that will also me auction off at the end of the conference for fundraiser for Children Cancer.   Club will pay conference fee for member who want to attend up now to save the Club $10.00 on registration fee. Price will go up on October 8. We also doing a peanut butter drive during the conference.  Please start bring in your jars of Peanut butters.

Mary is looking for items for the Silent Action if you have anything you would like to donate please bring them to her at the meeting.  Mary also let us know that Zone 2 and 3 are in charge of the hospitality room on Friday night at the East Missouri Optimist District Meeting. Mary will be picking up the sodas, water, fruit & vegetable trays for the hospitality room on Friday night

James Murphy wants to thank the following club members who came out Saturday to help move the tree stands. There are Jack Cruise, Pat Brown, Adam Bakos, and Tony Pariso. The discovered that the plug wasn’t working on the pole when they plugged in the drill to check them out. Carl is going to come over and check to see if any of the lights are out before we call Withrow Electric to fix the plug on the pole.

Deb Swanegan talked about the JIO Club. We are talking to Douglass High School on Monday about starting a JIO club there for their students.  We now have a JIO Club. Mary and Deb will be talking to the youth during lunch break after she gets back into town.

Steve Winter talked about this time in Florida with Missouri Taskforce.  He was there from September 30 through October 1. He was in Fort Meyers where you tell the old part and the new part of the city. The new part of city standing and old part washed away.   

Koeze Nuts: Keep selling first order is due Monday, October 17th. Right now, we are low from where we were last year at this time.

C.O. Scheffer let us know that Fraser tree will be coming in on Saturday, November 12. We will have the Mizzou baseball players to help us unload the trees.  The non-Fraser tree will coming on Monday, November 14. That day we will need help from the members to unload the trees.  C.O. will have a training with new cashier on Thursday, November 17th before the board meeting.

Adopt a Spot: Mary and Jerry are looking at the Stephen Lake spot. Mary email Leigh to get the answers the club members asked during the meeting today.

Dues for this year: The board voted to increase dues by $15.00 this year. This was needed because OI increased their due $15.00. Dues will now be $97.00 and Lifetime members will be $56.00. Sent around the meeting today was a list of club member please make sure your address is current.

The meeting for October 24 will be an evening meeting at 6:00 pm at the Southside Shakespeare. They are not charging us for the space so members please make sure to order dinner. Then the next two weeks are still at the Clubhouse.

Since Koeze nuts and tree lot activities will occupy the Clubhouse from October 24 to the end of the year, all meetings will be at a different location thru December. The meeting for October 31 will be at Shakespeare South at noon.

Tentative Plans for meetings the rest of the year are: November: All meetings are at the Food Bank at noon. Dates are Nov. 7, 14, and 28. Meals will still come from the Senior Center. December: All meetings will be at noon at the Boys and Girls Club. Dates are Dec. 5, 12, and 19. Meals will still come from the Senior Center. No meeting December 26 or January 2.

Board meetings are scheduled for October 20, November 16, and, if needed, December 21 (?) All Board meetings will be at the Clubhouse at 6:00 pm. Any member is welcome to attend.

Membership: The Board will be setting a goal for new members at our October meeting. One way to increase memberships to contact former members who are still in the area to see if they may want to rejoin the Club. If you know someone who has let their membership lapse, please newsletter. If you contact on of them, please let me know the result. Jerry has heard back from Cyrill Galbreath she said “Her health is not that go any more.” And Jim Yankee will come back after his life slow down.

Committee List: Coming out soon. If you aren’t part f a committee, you should be. If you are interested chairing a committee, let me know which one. Some people currently in charge of a committee are looking for co-chair. Get involved.

Rick let us know about Valerie Goodin ex-husband.  It is with great sadness I notify you of the loss of Richard Goodin, former spouse of past president Valerie Goodin and a dedicated friend of our club.  Valerie notified me that Richard passed away at his home here in Columbia a few days ago.  One of the many ways Richard helped serve our club was through writing and maintaining the database management program used for our Koeze Nut order tracking.

Guest Speaker: Alaina Oliver from the Missouri State Public Defenders. See attached information

Optimist Creed was recited at 12:45 pm

Meeting adjourned at 12:48 pm

Jerry Sullivan: President                                             

573-701-4122

jsulliva@mineralarea.edu

October 10, 2022 Weekly Newsletter

Downtown Optimist Club of Columbia
Zoom/In Person Meeting Newsletter

Monday, October 10, 2022 at Downtown Optimist Clubhouse

Meeting began at 12:01 pm

Members attend in person President Jerry Sullivan, Tony Pariso, Rick McKernan, Larry Fick,
Steve Klein, James Murphy, Mike Hackett, Carl Scott, C.O. Scheffer, Ken Oster, Deb
Swanegan, Ed Musterman, Paul Hinshaw, Red Leighton, Jake Jolly, and Mary Dewey. Special
Guest: Ray Hall from Redi (Minority Business Coordinator and founder of the Dream Tree
Academy.
Prayer: Deb Swanegan
Pledge of Allegiance: Mary Dewey
Welcome back Red Leighton and Paul Hinshaw
Birthday/Anniversary: Larry’s wife 80 th Birthday today
Paying the Pig: Carl Scott, James Murphy and Deb Swanegan all paid $.25 for not having their
name tag on at today’s meeting. Carl Scott paid $.50 for Mizzou Football wishing them luck on
the rest of their season.
Starting October 10 if you don’t have your name tag on you will have to pay a $.25.
Please send him card wish him a speedy recovery. His address is
Red Leigthon
24 Springer Dr
Columbia, MO 65201
1st qtr. East Missouri Optimist District meeting will on October 28 through Saturday,
October 29 in Columbia, Missouri at the Courtyard Marriot Hotel of AC Exist. Please let Tony
know if you want to go to the conference. It was a great conference learned a lot about
leadership. It will be great to see everyone there since here in Columbia and not much traveling
or hotel room. We are in charged of the food for the hospitalize room on Friday night. Deb will
need help with making bowls for the conference table decoration that will also me auction off at

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the end of the conference for fundraiser for Children Cancer. Club will pay conference fee for
member who want to attend up now to save the Club $10.00 on registration fee. Price will go up
on October 8. We also doing a peanut butter drive during the conference. Please start bring
in your jars of Peanut butters.
Mary is looking for items for the Silent Action if you have anything you would like to donate
please bring them to her at the meeting. Mary also let us know that Zone 2 and 3 are in charge
of the hospitality room on Friday night at the East Missouri Optimist District Meeting.
Deb still needed help with making bowls for the conference tables and will be auction off for
Children’s Cancer. Thanks to Ken and Mary we finish them all off on Friday, September 30.
James Murphy wants to thank the following club members who came out Saturday to help
move the tree stands. There are Jack Cruise, Pat Brown, Adam Bakos, and Tony Pariso. The
discovered that the plug wasn’t working on the pole when they plugged in the drill to check
them out. Carl is going to come over and check to see if any of the lights are out before we call
Withrow Electric to fix the plug on the pole.
Deb Swanegan talked about the JIO Club. We are talking to Douglass High School on Monday
about starting a JIO club there for their students. We now have a JIO Club. Mary and Deb will
be talking to the youth during lunch break after she gets back into town.
Steve Winter will talk to us more about the Koeze Nuts when he get back from being
deployed to Florida to help with MO Task Force. He is coming back Wednesday, October
12 th by noon. Keep selling first order is due Monday, October 17 th .
Adopt a Spot: Mary and Jerry are looking at the Stephen Lake spot.
Dues for this year: The board voted to increase dues by $15.00 this year. This was needed
because OI increased their due $15.00. Dues will now be $97.00 and Lifetime members will be
$56.00.
Still trying to get rid of some stuff we don’t need. Small round table, 3 old metal desk (free),
and several 8’ wooden folding tables. Members get first bids at a bargain price.
The meeting for October 24 will be an evening meeting at 6:00 pm at the Southside
Shakespeare. They are not charging us for the space so members please make sure to order
dinner. Then the next two weeks are still at the Clubhouse.
Since Koezy nuts and tree lot activities will occupy the Clubhouse from October 24 to the end
of the year, all meetings will be at a different location thru December. The meeting for October
31 will be at Shakespears South at noon.

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Tentative Plans for meetings the rest of the year are: November: All meetings are at the Food
Bank at noon. Dates are Nov. 7, 14, and 28. Meals will still come from the Senior Center.
December: All meetings will be at noon at the Boys and Girls Club. Dates are Dec. 5, 12, and

  1. Meals will still come from the Senior Center. No meeting December 26 or January 2.
    Board meetings are scheduled for October 20, November 16, and, if needed, December 21. All
    Board meetings will be at the Clubhouse at 6:00 pm. Any member is welcome to attend.
    Board members are Tony (Past President), Jerry (President), Nadia, Deb, Jack Beard
    (Treasurer), Phyllis Nichols (Secretary) , Bonnie Yantzi, Adam Bakos, Mike Hatchett, Ed
    Musterman, Daniel Abraham, and Steve Klein.

Membership: The Board will be setting a goal for new members at our October meeting. One
way to increase memberships to contact former members who are still in the area to see if they
may want to rejoin the Club. If you know someone who has let their membership lapse, please
newsletter. If you contact on of them, please let me know the result.
Committee List: Coming out soon. If you aren’t part f a committee, you should be. If you are
interested chairing a committee, let me know which one. Some people currently in charge of a
committee are looking for co-chair. Get involved.
Guest Speaker: Ray Hall from Redi (Minority Business Coordinator and founder of the Dream
Tree Academy. See attachment on more information about Dream Tree Academy.

Optimist Creed was recited at 12:45 pm
Meeting adjourned at 12:48 pm

Jerry Sullivan: President
573-701-4122
jsulliva@mineralarea.edu

October 3, 2022 Weekly Newsletter

Downtown Optimist Club of Columbia

Zoom/In Person Meeting Newsletter

Monday, October 3, 2022 at Downtown Optimist Clubhouse

Meeting began at 12:01 pm

Members attend in person President Jerry Sullivan, Tony Pariso, Rick McKernan, Larry Fick, Steve Klein, James Murphy, Charlie Langreder, Mike Russell, Mike Hackett, Carl Scott, C.O. Scheffer, Ken Oster, Deb Swanegan, Ed Musterman, Kelly Schilling and Loki, Jake Jolly, and Mary Dewey. Special Guest: Lisa Driskel-Hawxby (Business Development Specialist and Co-owner of the DogMaster) and Zoom is Scott Stager

Prayer: Larry Fick

Pledge of Allegiance: Ed Musterman

Birthday/Anniversary: Tony’s wife birthday and Jerry Sullivan was October 2.

Paying the Pig: Rick McKernan paid $1.00 for the KU football who won their game on Saturday, October 1. Starting October 10 if you don’t have your name tag on you will have to pay a $.25.

Please send him card wish him a speedy recovery. His address is

Red Leigthon

24 Springer Dr

Columbia, MO 65201

1st qtr. East Missouri Optimist District meeting will on October 28 through Saturday, October 29 in Columbia, Missouri at the Courtyard Marriot Hotel of AC Exist. Please let Tony know if you want to go to the conference. It was a great conference learned a lot about leadership. It will be great to see everyone there since here in Columbia and not much traveling or hotel room. We are in charged of the food for the hospitalize room on Friday night. Deb will need help with making bowls for the conference table decoration that will also me auction off at the end of the conference for fundraiser for Children Cancer.   Club will pay conference fee for member who want to attend up now to save the Club $10.00 on registration fee. Price will go up on October 8. We also doing a peanut butter drive during the conference.  Please start bring in your jars of Peanut butters.

Mary is looking for items for the Silent Action if you have anything you would like to donate please bring them to her at the meeting.  Mary also let us know that Zone 2 and 3 are in charge of the hospitality room on Friday night at the East Missouri Optimist District Meeting.

Deb still needed help with making bowls for the conference tables and will be auction off for Children’s Cancer. Thanks to Ken and Mary we finish them all off on Friday, September 30.

Jim Murphy talked about the Tree lot. On Saturday, October 8 there will the day we will place all the tree stands where they need to go and get the drills out to make sure they are working correctly. This will begin at 8:30 AM and will only take an hour if we have enough people.

Deb Swanegan talked about the JIO Club. We are talking to Douglass High School on Monday about starting a JIO club there for their students.  We now have a JIO Club. Mary and Deb will be talking to the youth during lunch break after she gets back into town.

Tony said “We made Honor club this year. Way to go club.”

Adopt a Spot: Mary and Jerry are looking at the Stephen Lake spot.

Dues for this year: The board voted to increase dues by $15.00 this year. This was needed because OI increased their due $15.00. Dues will now be $97.00 and Lifetime members will be $56.00.

Still trying to get rid of some stuff we don’t need. Small round table, 3 old metal desk (free), and several 8’ wooden folding tables. Members get first bids at a bargain price.

The meeting for October 24 will be an evening meeting at 6:00 pm at the Southside Shakespeare. They are not charging us for the space so members please make sure to order dinner. Then the next two weeks are still at the Clubhouse.

We will need a meeting space for the end of October, most of November and December. That is because Koeze Nuts and Tree Lot activities will be occupying the meeting room. Detail about where we will meet on those each date will be announced at next meeting.

Membership: The Board will be setting a goal for new members at our October meeting. One way to increase memberships to contact former members who are still in the area to see if they may want to rejoin the Club. If you know someone who has let their membership lapse, please newsletter. If you contact on of them, please let me know the result.

Committee List: Coming out soon. If you aren’t part f a committee, you should be. If you are interested chairing a committee, let me know which one. Some people currently in charge of a committee are looking for co-chair. Get involved.

Guest Speaker: Amy Schneider, Columbia Convention and Victors Center

Optimist Creed was recited at 12:45 pm

Meeting adjourned at 12:48 pm

Jerry Sullivan: President                                             

573-701-4122

jsulliva@mineralarea.edu

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2  3 Club Meeting at the Clubhouse at 12:00 pm4  5  6  7  8 8:30 AM Clubhouse to put out the Tree Stands
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16  17 Club Meeting at the Clubhouse at 12:00 pm 1st order due for Koeze Nuts18  19  20 Electronically place order Koeze Nuts  Ed Hare  21  22  
23  24 Club Meeting Evening meeting at Southside Shakespeare at 6:00 pm25  26  27 Koeze Nut order come in Pull and Pack orders28 Pull and Pack orders29 Pull and Pack orders
30 Pull and Pack orders31 Club Meeting at the Clubhouse at 12:00 pm Pick up order and start Delivery      Downtown Optimist Club