They say that God looks out for those who live a good clean life
and did He ever. The weather
The following members were present with their families or guests:
Ed Ard, John Arnold, Walt Becker, Gordon Boyd, Pete Brunk, George Cote, Tart Daniels, Sharon Doggert, Henry Domme, Earl Edwards, Mike Eaton, Ben Kennedy, Bill Maroulis, Jack Midgett, Buddy Moore, Gene Moran, Andy Mullins, David Pillsbury, John Stanley, Dave Sterling, Dennis Spain, Rudy Tarr, Adrian Warner, and Will Wathen.
Grace was given for our bountiful blessings that the good Lord has bestowed upon us.
Past Presidents present were: Will Wathen and Larry Leonardson.
We had a 50/50 raffle and it was won by Mary Maroulis who graciously gave back half of it to the Club Treasury.
Buddy Moore and Henry Domme offered oysters, crabs, and hamburgers
for sale to the
Notes from the 21st of October 1999 Executive Meeting: Those members
a) The Treasurer reported that there is $2,088.55
in the Federal Credit Union. Also that new checks are needed in that the
present checks contain the old address.
b) Will Wathen, the Chairman of the National ByLaws Committee, is working
with National on amending the Constitution so that those members who are
selected and promoted to a higher commissioned rank are able to assume
Buddy Moore, Hobbie Stearns, Henry Domme, Adrian Warner, and Dave
Sterling of the Entertainment committee met on 10 November, 1999 with Julie
Heselton of the ISC Wheel
CHRISTMAS DINNER MENU
17 DECEMBER 1999
Crab dip with assorted crackers.
Assorted hor d’oeuvres.
Roast Beef with gravy au’natural
Green beans almadine
Roasted Red Potatoes
Iced Tea and Coffee
Pina colada cheese cakeThe meal will be buffet and the diner is not restricted to one selection
To answer those who question the $20.00 dinner charge, let me explain that the charge is inclusive: covers clean up, bartender, gratuity, and linen table cloths. Also please note that we have two (2) entres. I think it is a very good price.
|We give thanks to the Holy Spirit who has answered our prayers and
is mending Alma Lencmeyer after her serious automobile accident. We also
give Him thanks for the good report that Dave Sterling got from the medical
We send our deepest sympathies to Will Wathen and family upon the loss of his brother down in Florida. We ask the Holy Spirit to bring them Peace and Comfort at this time.
The Business Meeting will be held at 1800, 17 November at Dennis’
Steak House on High St.
NOTES FROM THE BUSINESS MEETING OF 16 NOVEMBER 1999 HELD AT DENNIS’
1.The meeting was called to order at 1900 by the President
and an opening prayer was given by the Chaplain.
3. Roll call of the Chapter Officers was made by the Secretary: all were present.
4. The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was led by Bob Willis.
5. The Preamble was led by Bill Ambrose.
6. A moment of silence was held in honor of all shipmates who had passed over the Bar.
7. The President recognized the following Past Presidents: Will Wathen and Bill Ambrose.
8. The following Distinguished Member was recognized: Harry Huggins
9. The Secretary read the Minutes of the last meeting and they were accepted as published by the membership.
10. The Treasurer read his report and indicated that there was $,2,052.55
on deposit at the
11. The following Committee reports were made:
A. Entertainment: As per data
published on the Christmas Party above. Please make the
B. Membership: A drive is on to get active duty members to join the Chapter and to notify all current members that the Year 2000 dues are payable.
C. Telephone: Before any meeting it is mandatory that the Committee call the Membership and advise them of the meeting. Buddy Moore is designated as the sole person to take reservations for the Christmas Dinner. The caterer needs a head count before 1 December so please get your reservation in early.
D. Binnacle: George Cote is
suffering from an imbalance problem. This is possibly from carrying that
overstuffed wallet in his back pocket. Get well, George, we missed you.
F. ByLaws: The Chapter ByLaws have
been amended to agree with National’s and the
G. National ByLaws: Three items have been
rewritten by the Committee and will be sent to National for approval: (1)
Voting procedures by Distinguished Members; (2) Changing those eligible
to hold National Office to include those member advanced to a higher commissioned
H. Ways and Means: Henry Domme has been
able to obtain a supply of Coast Guard clocks. It was discussed about changing
the dial facing of the clock to be a Chief Warrant and
I. New Business: Over the last four
years the Chapter has donated money to the Angel Fund and it is recommended
that this year we donate $100. This was unanimously approved.
12. The 50/50 raffle was won by Floyd McGowan and the
Chapter received $27. for the Treasury. And Floyd donated his winnings
to the Chapter, this was a noble thing to do as it
13. The Meeting adjourned at 2038 with a closing prayer.
CWO Harry Huggins 484-3700
CWO Will Wathen 486-3299
CAPT. Ed Ard 484-8898
CWO Henry Domme 487-1546 home