The Temple Chimes Exalted Ruler's Corner

October 2013
The Temple Chimes
Volume 14
Exalted Ruler's Corner
Issue 07
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Boise Elks Lodge 310 Old Timers Dinner
Wednesday October 9, 2013
Fellowship 5:00 pm
Dinner 6:00 PM cost $10.00
Swiss Steak with all the trimmings
The Exalted Ruler, Bill, ask that you join us for this years event.
Joe Caroselli, CEO of the Elks Hospital will be our M. C. The
speaker will be Brad Larrondo, assistant Athletic Director of Boise
State College, he will try to bring a football player with him. With
so many things to do in our City, not every one gets the message.
Please call any of the Old Timers you know and ask them to join us
for an opportunity to see friends. Be sure to wear your Lapel Pin to
exchange, if it ends in a five year increment.
Please bring your current Membership card.
Our 74 year member, Lyle Smith will be present to greet you.
For transportation you may call me, Ken Downend at 322-5541 or
the Lodge at 377-2763.
Please come join us and bring your Old Timer friends.
VOICE FOR VETERANS
In August, a few individuals were recognized for helping with veteran activities
throughout the year. Inadvertently, one person who is absolutely amazing was
not mentioned – again, please join me in recognizing Fred Bartel who has
helped with several events. A Marine Corps Veteran, Fred has contributed
greatly to our efforts in supporting veterans. Thank you so much!
I also would like to thank everyone who participated in supporting the Veterans
Olympics on September 21st, especially Geri Scaglione, Patrick Thomas, and
Lloyd Skogerson. These individuals stepped up and kept things going. It was a
fabulous team effort that strengthened the reputation of Elks support to veterans
in our community.
To finish off a great year, please mark your calendars for November 9th and join
us as we celebrate our own Veterans with dinner and ceremony. It is a great
time to renew the brotherhood and sisterhood that veterans share as well as offer appreciation for the sacrifices our veterans have made in the name of peace
and liberty.
Individuals with ideas, please feel free to share with committee members:
Nancy Naramore, Lloyd Skogerson, Bob Bourn, Geri Scaglione, Bill and Julie
Washam, John Dahl, Jerry Stewart, and John and Claudia Buehler. As always,
volunteers are needed for Bingo: at the VA Hospital the first Thursday, October
3rd and at the Idaho Veterans Home the following Tuesday, October 8th.
Another month has gone by and it is hard to believe that the Elk year is
half over. September was a busy month. We had the Food Caravan at Boise
Lodge. The Family picnic was at Municipal park. The DD Clinic was held
at Boise Lodge. The Veteran’s Olympics were the same day and Boise
Lodge was represented well at both. We have been approved for a loan to
consolidate our two mortgages. I sent the application to Grand Lodge and
our State Sponsor the Honorable Jim Damon PGER on Fed Ex next day. It
is in their hands now. We are pushing for an early approval to freeze the
interest rate at the bank. Please keep your fingers crossed. There was a lot
of time put in this process. I would like to thank all those involved. Mike
Stagner, Jerry Ransom, District Deputy Daren McIntier, Sue Megran, Susie
Stertz, Jim Thompson, Tony Megran and Jennifer Romagnano. We never
would have got it done so quickly. I would like to thank the Honorable Jim
Damon PGER for his quick response to my request for the paperwork and as
always his advice and support. A special thanks goes out to Albin Jossis for
all his help.
We have been getting new members and talked some past members back
into our fold. If you know any past Elks please let them know what is happening and we would love to see them back. Susie Stertz and Geri Scaglione
are leading the way. Ask them how to get new members. Maybe they will
give you a few pointers.
Please read the articles about upcoming events. We have the Old Timers
on October 9th. Ken Downend has lined up great speakers. Please see his
article.
Julie and I will be going on a cruise from October 12th to the 20th. My
Leading Knight, Susie Stertz will be in charge. Please show her the respect
you have shown me.
As always I love to hear from members. Phone 208-322-8841, text 208258-5104 and email [email protected] Please visit our website at
boiseelks.org. If there is anything you would like to put on the website contact me or my wife, Susie Stertz or Mike Stagner. The lodge owes a great
deal of gratitude to Mike. He has worked hard on this website.
Your Exalted Ruler Bill Washam
MEMBER/GUEST INFORMATION
It is important you carry your member card and key card for entry into the lodge.
Remember you will need to use your member key card or ring the bell for entry.
There will be exceptions to the rule such as private party's, Friday night Entertainers, etc.
If you have any questions just call the lodge.
We really appreciate everyone's cooperation. Thank you! Sue Megran
These items may be donated, and will be greatly appreciated, to help with operating
costs and to stretch the budget. White copy paper (at least 91 bright), tape, coffee,
Ziploc quart and gallon bags, pine sol (off brand ok), degreaser simple green, 409,
dish soap, SOS pads, window cleaner, cleanser, bleach, ammonia, paper kitchen
towels, garden gloves, weed control spray, round up, file folders (8”1/2”X 11”),
sharpie pens. Thank you in advance for your help.
Lodge Officers
Exalted Ruler
Leading Knight
Loyal Knight
Lecturing Knight
Secretary
Bill Washam
Susie Stertz
Don Burns
Claudia Buehler
Jennifer Romagnano
Treasurer
Tiler
Chaplain
Inner Guard
Esquire
Trustee 1 Year
Trustee 2 Year
Trustee 3 Year
Trustee 4 Year
Trustee 5 Year
Jimmy Thompson
Jim Curtis
Geri Scaglione
Bob Warren
Bob Bourn
Sue Megran - Chair
Tony Megran
Sceone Sorneson
Dennis Hyland
Lloyd Skogerson
To Our Absent Members
208-377-2763
Hours from August 31st Monday to Friday
1:30 PM to 5:00 PM
GER
Millard C. Pickering
DDGER ID South
Daren McIntier
Elk of the Year
Jerry Stewart
Lady Elk of the Year Kathy Stewart
Officer of the Year Jennifer Romagnano
PER Association
Don Burns PER
Elkette President
Pat Burns
Citizen of the Year
Dorothy Washam
Chimes Editor
Jerry Ransom PER
[email protected]
Proposed for Membership
Donald Bacton by Jennifer Romagnano
Monte Stiles by Steve Meier
Charles Vore-Transfer - Caldwell #1448
James Hunter -Transfer - Auburn #1691
Danny Butler -Transfer - Miami #1320
Crying Corner
Demar Timmons $250.00
Wayne Worley $250.00
ELKETTES
ATTENTION MEMBERS
MEETING OCTOBER 14,2013
MONDAY NIGHT
AT 7:00 PM.
THANK YOU
PAT BURNS PRESIDENT
In Memoriam
Members who have passed into the Light which is
beyond the Valley of the Shadow of Death
since our last Chimes
William Johnson
passed on 8/22/13
28 year member.
Joanne Ramos
passed on 8/29/13
7 year member;
Dr. Delbert Scott
passed on 6/26/13
46 year member
“The Faults of our members,
We write upon the sand,
Their Virtues upon the tablets
of Love and Memory.”
Sickness and Distress
Mel Rodriguez our past state president has
passed away.
Member Keith Raines' wife has throat
cancer.
Barbara Kirkpatrick is in the hospital having a pacemaker installed.
Dwight Snodgrass has pneumonia.
Chimes
Thank YOU
Thanks to ALL the
ELKETTES Ladies and Elks
who helped with the Chimes.
FOOD PANTRY CORNER- OCTOBER
Fri. 4th: Special of the night: Pork, 5:30-7:00pm $8.00
Sun. 6th: Breakfast 9am-11am $7.50
Wed 9th Lodge Social Night: Old Timer Dinner (see article)
Thur. 10th: Bar Stool BINGO, 6:00 pm -Taco 5:30
Fri. 11th: Special of the night: Liver and Onions, 5:30-7:00pm $8.00
Sat. 12th: Card Party 12pm
Fri. 18th: October Fest Dinner, 5:30-7:00pm $8.00
Sun. 20th: Breakfast 9am-11am $7.50
Wed 23rd: Lodge social Night: Pot Luck Dinner.
Bring a dish to share cost - $2.00 per person, without a dish - $5.00 per
person.
Fri. 25th: Special of the night: Spaghetti, 5:30-7:00pm $8.00
Sat. 26th: Pumpkin Party (see article)
Sunday Breakfast…Buffet line includes, hash browns, biscuits & gravy,
bacon, sausage, and eggs to order, including omelets. Toast is whole
wheat & sourdough. We also serve pancakes upon request. Coffee, tea
and juice included, all for $7.50. All prices include sales tax.
Wednesday Menu: Hamburger ($4.50), & more, 2nd, 16th.
Ask for the punch card and get your 10th Wed. meal FREE.
Friday Menu: Shrimp, Cod, Chicken Strips, and Finger Steaks for $6.50$8.00, on 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th.
THERE IS A ‘SPECIAL’ FRIDAY EVENING; A HOME COOKED
MEAL, $8.
On Friday Nights we have a band, ENTERTAINERS. Plays 6-8pm. All
Elks & guests, kids are WELCOME!
The next Food Committee meeting will be Monday, Oct. 7th, at
6:30pm, at the lodge. We invite you to join the team, serving others and
having fun doing so. If you have questions and want to learn more you can
call Julie Washam at 322-8841. You do not have to be on the committee
to help in kitchen!
This is a New Potluck Dinner Night
Please come out for social night, Wednesday the 23rd, and join your friends &
family for just a good old fashion POT LUCK DINNER. Bring a dish to share
cost $2.00 per person. Without a dish $5.00 per person. This is a great way to
share your favorite dish and have a great dinner too.
Attention Members and helpers
We need more help for Friday night dinners and Sunday breakfasts. If you could volunteer one
night or morning a month it would take a load off the regulars and maybe give them a day off once
in a while. There are many jobs. If you feel you can not handle a physical task, there are light duty
ones. Also we are looking for more bartenders. Please call Julie or myself at 322-8841 and let us
know what you can do for the Lodge.
Bill Washam Exalted Ruler
Thanks to a generous donation by PER Dave Gould we have a ton of VCR tapes
to sell. Twenty Five pennies will get you one. Call Bill Washam if you would
like to look through them. Some are in the lobby and the rest are in the storage
shed. The proceeds will go to the lodge to be used where they are needed.
BOISE ELKS LODGE #310 OLD TIMERS DINNER
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 9, 2013
Fellowship time 5:00pm,
Dinner 6:00pm $10.00,
Swiss Steak for Dinner
The Exalted Ruler, Officers, and I as Chairman of the Old Timers, welcome all
Old Timers, to come join us at the lodge for and evening of fellowship and seeing
our long time Brother Elks.
To help us plan the meal and to have your name tag prepared please make your
reservation by October 5th by signing the attendance list on the bulletin board or
calling the Lodge 377-2763. If you do not find your name on the list please call
Exalted Ruler Bill Washam 322-8841.
Coach Lyle Smith will attend as our 74 year member. Lyle has a guest speaker
from the BSU Football staff. We will have one of our group with lots of talent, to
be our M. C. I ask that you call your Elk Old Timer friends and ask them to attend, the more we have the better time will be had by all in remembering why we
joined the Elks.
Be sure to wear your Lapel Pin to exchange for the new one, in five year increments. You will also need to be sure you have your current membership card. For
transportation, you may call Ken Downend 322-5541 or the Lodge 377-2763.
74 Lyle Smith
71 J Brookover
69 William Gornik
Larry Schmitz
68 Merl Bock
Earl Hill
Jack Maxwell
Eugene Showman
67 J Blanton PER
Charles Brandeberry
Ramon Ysursa
66 John Green
Carl Olson
Robert Pond
65 Kenneth Downend
PDDGER
64 Wayne Phillips
Russell Ward
63 Keith Stein
Thomas Troy
62 William Alfson
D Daly
John Harris
Jonathan Scott
Myron Tucker
60 Donald Weilmunster
Charles Williamson
59 Hal Davis PER
James Jackson
Richard Williams PER
58 Edward Clements
Robert Kauffman
57 Walter Dunajski
Tandy Fleming
Dave Gould PER
John O'Rorke
Donald Stewart
56 De Wayne Bills
Paul Boyer
Dean Chatburn PSP
Frank Dagres
Jerome Reininger
Ronald Siple
E Snodgrass PER
55 Herbert Cowham PER
George Newland
William Poncia
James Wolf
54 Robert Butner
Paul King
Russell Lloyd
Merlin Wald
53 Milt Blume
Kenneth Gluch
Ronald Laursen
Allen Noble
Harvey Scott
J Smiley PER
52 Ronald Blakeley
Duyane Canada
Ken Carlson
William Goodrich
Stanley Rishel
Continued
51 Fred Freeland
Homer Garrett
Craig Marcus
Charles Ogg
William Wood
50 Melvin Adamson
Robert Feiler
Orville Hanna
G Sprague
Nathan Wallace
49 E Copple
Charles Green
Lloyd Hill
Clarance Janousek PER
Daniel Shrum
48 Doyle Callaway
Edward Hall
Edwin Hildwein Jr
Ronald Hughes
Raymond Inglin Sr
Richard Laursen
James Rees
Robert Smith
47 James Barker
William Bienapfl Jr
Lee Brown
Pete Cenarrusa
John Conway
Leon Dansereau
Robin McRae
Glen Naylor
Vanny Squier
Eugene Stewart
Norman Weber
Marvin Wright
46 Wilfred Barrett
Everett Doty
T Fannin
Alvard Kiler
Delbert Scott
Marshall Smithman Jr
John Vogt
45 Emerson Maxson
Rolland Megorden
44 Alan Fox
Alvin Luke
Charles O'Hara
Kenneth Personette
Lloyd Skogerson
Demar Timmons
William Whitsitt
43 R Bentley
Mark Kreizenbeck
Robert Larson
William Reeves Jr
42 J Aramburu
Roger Herr
41 Glenn Darnall
John Ewing
Richard Ulbright
Pete Wilson
40 Robert Rountree
Donald Staudenmeir
39 Robert Apa
Charles Duke
Johnny Johnson
Albin Jossis
Thomas Symonds PER
J Walton
38 Fred Gilbert
R Martin
37 Donald Amaral
Dwain Baxter
John Gray
Robert Pabst
Ed Rankin
Robert Warren
36 Gerald Brekke
Charles Creech
D Huffman
Daren McIntier PER
Eugene Miller
Samuel Naramore
Charles Schmoeger
Wayne Seavey
Donald Wisdom
35 Donald Burns
George Dillard
Thomas Foster
Larry Hewett
Robert Lally
Dennis Lawson
Glen Linder
Charles Mellen
Kenneth Mitchell
Max Morgan
34 Arnet Bates
John Conners PER
George Edes
George Farner
Harvey Fisher
Mark Jensen
Lawrence Marks
Elwood Rennison
Ronald Scott
Jimmy Thompson
PDDGER
William Winiger
Wayne Worley
33 Donald Hutchinson
Keith Raines
Gerald Rockstad
32 Dennis Casper
Stanley Herzinger
Paul Kohout
Lyle Prindle Jr
31 Raymond Alvarez
Alan Harris
Chester Smith
30 Ronald Byron
Harold Littlefield
29 Jerry Ransom PER
Mike Stagner PER
28 Franklin Benson
Robert Bourn PER
James Carpenter
David Hynek
Francis Mc Kenna
George Neumayer
Harris Stewart Jr
Larry Whipple
William Woods
27 Charles Lindeen
Phillip Oberrecht
26 Joseph Caroselli
Robert Friedman Md
James Perkins
Bill Washam PDDGER
25 Vandye Forrester III
Steve Vlassek
24 David Branesky
Robert Donovan
George Estes
Paul Loll
23 Jesus Chairez
Norman Toombs
22 Don Cantrell
Anthony Megran PER
Kay Moore
Richard Peryer
20 Mel Stokes
Trustees Note
Dennis and Terry Hyland were in England recently and they brought back a
LILLIPUT COLLECTABLE of WINDSOR CASTLE. This Castle is the weekend home of Queen Elizabeth and her family. The Hyland’s gave the WINDSOR
CASTLE to the Boise Elks Lodge as a donation.
This Gift will be raffled starting September 1, 2013 with the drawing at the Lodge meeting on November 20, 2013. You do not need
to be present to win. The cost of a ticket is $1.00 each or 6 tickets
for $5.00.
We can’t thank the Hyland’s enough for their generous donation to the lodge.
Pictures of the Windsor Castle Collectable and the story of the Castle will be at
the Lodge bar for all to see.
When purchasing the ticket, put your name and phone number on the back of the
ticket and drop it in the box along with your money. Remember the drawing will
be 11/20/13 at the lodge meeting.
Thank you in advance for your support of the lodge. Boise Elks Lodge Trustees
FOOD CARAVAN FINAL REPORT
I want to say thanks to all the volunteers that worked on the FOOD CARAVAN weekend.
JOB WELL DONE. Gary Brekke, setting up tables and chairs on Friday, and
Gary, Monte, and Dennis Saturday morning for parking. And the Food Committee for dinner Friday evening and breakfast Saturday morning.
We donated a little over $3000.00 to the Elks Rehab Hospital with your donations of food and money. The winners from the Raffle are posted at the bar
and if not picked up by Oct.1st, your winnings will be mailed out to you. Call
the lodge to see if you are winner. Thanks to all that participated in the Raffle
and also those whom just donated. Remember, your donation is tax deductible on your Idaho return.
Wayne Seavey Food Caravan Chairman
Highway Clean-up
Attention Members and Helpers!
There is going to be a Highway Clean up event.
We will be meeting meet at the Grimes Creek turnoff off of Highway 21 at 10:
A.M. on Saturday October 5th. For those who would like to join us for the 1st
time call me at 322-8841 and we will tell you how to get there and what it is
about. We have been doing this for a lot of years and we are dedicating this year
to John Hinman (the first Highway Clean-up chairman). We are looking for a
new Chairperson for this committee.
Don Burns Loyal Knight has the details.
Bill Washam Exalted Ruler
Annual Pumpkin Carving Party
Elkettes Holiday Bazaar
Saturday, October 26, 6:00 p.m. Saturday, November 16 Booths available!
Holiday Basket Project
Plans are underway for this year’s effort.
To help raise funds, we will re-raffle
the Chocolate Basket from the Food Caravan
at the Oktoberfest event on October 18. Don’t miss it!
For information about any of these events
please contact Bugs Sorneson at 343-0049.
02 Diane Stephenson
Julie Washam
04 Wilfred Barrett
05 Ferrel Black
David Hynek
07 Richard Laursen
08 William Hart
Lawrence Marks
Dwight Thomason
09 Eugene Showman
12 Dennis Bowen
Robert Warren
14 Chester Smith
15 Bernard Skogerson II
Bill Washam
PDDGER
16 Linda Munsey
18 Merl Bock
19 Larry Hewett
21 Mark Farrow
Cynthia Rasavage
Gene Schofield
22 Dennis Casper
25 Patricia Angell
Robert France
Mike Stagner
26 Garry Street
Fred Warren
28 John Gray
Erick Stagner
29 Wayne Seavey
2 William Wood
Happy Birthday to You,
Happy Birthday to YOu
Happy Birthday
Happy Birthday
Happy Birthday to YOU
FUND RAISER that MIGHT WORK
The Boise Elks Lodge has an account at
PACIFIC STEEL AND RECYCLING.
When you take your recycle items to them, tell them to credit the Boise Elks
Lodge account. (Just as a follow-up provide a note to secretary.)
Once a month they will issue the Lodge a check for the amount that is in our
account. This is a perfect way to RECYCLE and HELP the LODGE.
They take everything from computers, printers, cars, refrigerators, and etc.
Some items may need some pre-processing. If you have something that you
need help with, call the Lodge for assistance, or contact the Exalted Ruler,
leave a message and we will get back to you with help.
THANKS for your support of the lodge.
H A L D AV I S
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Diamonds, Exquisite Color Stone Jewelry,
Fine Swiss Watches
In-Store Watch and Jewelry Repair
Free Parking Lot next to the Store
Downtown Boise - Jefferson at 10th
921 W. Jefferson Street Boise, ID 83702
208 343-6151 or 800 421-6151
Chimes Donors
Annual Donors:
Don & Pat Burns
Jordan Family
Elkettes
Monthly Donors
Wapiti Wanderers
Oktoberfest!
BAZAAR BAZAAR
Elk and Lady Elk of the Year
ATTENTION
Oktoberfest.
Come out and enjoy brats, German OCTOBER 1ST, 15TH, and 29TH
sausage, ribs & kraut, cabbage
rolls the 1ST, 3rd, and 5TH Tuesdays
and more. Oct. 18th.
From 3:00 to 8:00 PM
5:30-7pm Friday night dinner.
at the Lodge
13 Vendors
This month breakfasts are on the
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Free
Parking
6 & 20 . Please mark your CalenIf you have any questions call
dar and don’t miss another breakfast. 9 to 11AM. $7.50, best
Kathy Stewart at 208-890-4102
October Lodge Breakfasts
breakfast in town for that price.
Includes coffee and juice.
TRUSTEE REPORT
The October Meeting for the Trustee’s will on Tuesday the 8th at 6:30 pm.
Thoughts, ideas, concerns, please attend the meeting. For November and
the following months, we will be on the second Wednesday of each month.
We welcome all members to come with your questions and/or concerns.
And We encourage you to volunteer to help with future projects.
Sue Megran, Chair 870-2536
NOTICE
Notice to all Idaho Elks Members
We have recently received a reputable offer of $11,090,000 to sell the
vacant land in Meridian owned by the Elks Rehab System. This land
was originally purchased in 1993 to replace the old Elks Rehab Hospital
building in downtown Boise. Since we built the new Elks Hospital
building at the old Hospital site, we no longer have any use for the land
and have been trying to sell the property for several years.
The State Officers, State Trustees and the Board of Directors of the Elks
Rehab System have reviewed the offer and are in unanimous agreement
that it is in the best interests of the Elks Rehab System to sell the land.
At the 1st lodge meeting in October, a representative of the State Officers, State Trustees or a Elks Rehab System Board member will attend
your lodge meeting to present information on this offer and to answer
questions. The members present will then be asked to vote and approve
the sale of the land.
Fraternally, Edward Sanman III, President, Idaho State Elks Association
Steve Johnson, Trustee Chairman, Idaho State Elks Association
Flag Retirement
Boise Elks Lodge will have an Elks Flag Retirement Service on November 17th, 2013. We are searching for a way to dispose of them
afterward. We will also have an American Classic dinner. Bring
your Flags in. More details will be in the November Chimes. Please
join us. The Officers will perform the ceremony.
Bill Washam Exalted Ruler
Saturday Card Party
The monthly Card Party will be the second Saturday of each
month beginning October 12th, with lunch being served at
Noon, for $7.00. Gather your friends and come on down to
play the game of your choice on Saturday October 12th!
We look forward to having you at our lodge.
Hope to see you then!!!
Next Month, will have reports from the Government Relations and
Volunteer, Charitable and Community Services Committees. - Chris Nilson
Boise Elks 310 - October 2013
SUNDAY
MONDAY
TUESDAY
1
2
PER MTG 6:30
LODGE MTG 7:30
WED SUPPER 5:30 PM
VETS HOSPITAL BINGO
7:00 PM
DUPLICATE BRIDGE
6:30 – 10:00
8
9
10
11
12
16
17
18
DUPLICATE BRIDGE
6:30 – 10:00
ENTERTAINERS 6-8
FRIDAY SUPPER
5:30 - 7:00 PM
OCTOBERFEST DINNER
19
23
25
26
DUPLICATE BRIDGE
6:30 – 10:00
LODGE POT LUCK 5:30
PM
HOUSE COMM 6:30
24
29
30
31
DARTS 3 - 5
VETS HOME BINGO 7:15
TRUSTEE MTG 6:30
DUPLICATE BRIDGE
6:30 – 10:00
13
14
15
SUNDAY BREAKFAST
9 - 11, $7.50
27
21
DARTS 3-5
ELKO POTLUCK BINGO
6:30
28
DARTS 3-5
VFW – 7 PM
SATURDAY
5
7
20
FRIDAY
4
6
DARTS 3-5
ELKETTE MTG 7:00
THURSDAY
3
KATHY’S BAZAAR
3-8
DUPLICATE BRIDGE
6:30 – 10:00
CONCEALED WEAPONS
8-NOON
SUNDAY BREAKFAST
9 - 11, $7.50
WEDNESDAY
KATHY’S BAZAAR
3-8
DUPLICATE BRIDGE
6:30 – 10:00
22
KATHY’S BAZAAR
3-8
DUPLICATE BRIDGE
6:30 – 10:00
OLD TIMERS DINNER
6-DINNER AT 7
LODGE MTG 7:30
WED SUPPER 5:30 PM
LODGE SOCIAL 7:30 PM
BARSTOOL BINGO
6:00
FLY FISHERMAN 7:00
GUN SHOOTING
CONTEST – IMPACT
GUNS 7:30 PM
DUPLICATE BRIDGE
6:30 – 10:00
ENTERTAINERS 6-8
FRIDAY SUPPER
5:30 - 7:00 PM
SPECIAL: PORK DINNER
ENTERTAINERS 6-8
FRIDAY SUPPER
5:30 - 7:00 PM
SPECIAL: LIVER & ONIONS
OR CHICKEN
ENTERTAINERS 6-8
FRIDAY SUPPER
5:30 - 7:00 PM
SPECIAL: SPAGHETTI
DINNER
DUPLICATE BRIDGE
6:30 – 10:00
Monthly Calendar Items
Bingo 1st Thursday at VA Hospital
The next Tuesday at the Vets Home
Last Tuesday Rehab Hosp
Meetings PER Meeting - 6:30PM Prior to the 1st Business Meeting. Trustees 2nd Tuesday
CONCEALED WEAPONS
8-NOON
FAIR APPRECIATION
DINNER 5-7
CARD PARTY noon - 3
PUMPKIN CARVING
CONTEST – HOT DOGS
ETC. 5:00 – 8:00
THOMPSON FAMILY
MEMORIAL - Noon
Boise State Football
10/12
10/19
10/25
11/02
11/16
11/30
at Utah State
vs. Nevada
at BYU
at Colorado State
vs. Wyoming
vs. New Mexico
6 PM MT
6 PM MT
6 PM MT
6 PM MT
TBA
TBA
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