Hollywood Riviera

Sportsman's Club

 

Newsletter

October 2000

Meeting Minutes
September 13, 2000 8:00PM
 
Meeting called to order (such as it is) at 8:10pm by Chris Collignon.
Dick Rector led the Pledge of Allegiance.


Business:
Jon Stott discussed the upcoming Manhattan Beach Fair. A sign up sheet was circulated.
Don Marousek reviewed the next golf outing (Nov. 8-10) in Warner Springs. If you would like to participate and have not sent a deposit check yet, send it to Don, payable to:
Warner Springs Ranch (Min. $100).


Jeff Wells asked for volunteers to man BBQ’s at the Riviera School Fair, Saturday 10/28 with shifts anywhere from 10:00am to 5:00pm. Contact Jeff if you would like to sign up (310/373-9510).


Chris Collignon requested volunteers for Chairman of the as yet un-assigned events:
Membership Night (coming up soon!), Redondo Beach Fair/Frontier Days, and The Pancake Breakfast. Contact Chris if you would like to step up for any of these events.


Dave Sargent read thank you notes from two of the 1999/2000 scholarship winners (Benjamin Graham-UCSD and Blake Landis-UCSB), and a note from the 1999/2000 Socrates Winner, Leigh Williams.


The new Board members were unanimously approved: Red Jung, John Barrington, and Lee Gustafson, and the proposed operating budget was also approved.


Paul Perez asked for interest in group outings to either the Huntington Library or the Wildlife Animal Preserve (near Castaic). Let him know which may interest you and he will see what can be arranged.


Don Young reported on last years Pancake Breakfast. A few groups have yet to receive their share of the sales, owing to the unavailability of their organizers. The checks are made out and will be delivered as soon as the contacts can be located.
Keith Musick reported that the Riviera Little (District 27 Champs for 2000) received $9000 from the City of Torrance for netting and bleachers, as well as assurances that the City will work on the park grounds.


Meeting was adjourned at or about 8:45.
 
Attendance: Barrington, Betlinski, Brettnacher, Chandler, Collignon, Cortepassi, DeHart, Fernandez,
Graue, Hammond, Hubbell, Jung, Kauls, Kriss, Kroop, Marousek, Martelaro, McClure, McKarns,
Mitchell, Musick, Neu, Ortiz, Parker, Perez-P, Perry, Rector, Roberts-H, Rougeaux, Sargent, Sawyer,
Stott, Valentin, Watt, Wells,Yates, Young, Zettler

Meeting Minutes
September 27, 2000 7:00PM


Dinner Meeting: Chicken dinner provided by Paul Stemmler – good stuff.


Meeting called to order circa 8:00pm by Chris Collignon.


Ed McClure led the Pledge of Allegiance.


Business:
Jon Stott discussed the upcoming Manhattan Beach Fair. Everything is on track.


Chris Collignon asked for volunteers to man BBQ’s at the Riviera School Fair, Saturday 10/28 with shifts anywhere from 10:00am to 5:00pm. Contact Jeff if you would like to sign up (310/373-9510).


Geoff Graue announced the Christmas dinner will be at Hess Park in RPV on Thursday 12/14. After the club budgeted contribution, dinners will be $35.00 per person. We will need to set up and tear down some of the decorations so let Geoff know if you can help.


Chris Collignon announced the Chairman of some events: Membership Night – Robin Sawyer, Redondo Beach Fair/Frontier Days – Al Ortiz (needs a Co-Chair), and The Pancake Breakfast – Steve Fernandez (needs a Co-Chair).


Don Marousek reviewed the next golf outing (Nov. 8-10) in Warner Springs.


Bob Gavola gave the thanks of Cub Scout Pack 718 for the club’s support.


Meeting was adjourned at or about 8:25.
 
Attendance: Brettnacher, Bullock, Chandler, Collignon, Danner, DeHart, Fernandez, Graue, Giannioses, Hammond, Jung, Kauls, Kemp, Marousek, Martelaro, McClure, Neu, Parker, Reasor, Sargent, Sawyer, Solomon, Stemmler, Stott, Valentin, Watt, Wisser, Yates, Young, Zettler, Tom Peffer, Lee Koch (new members).

Next Meeting: Wednesday, October 11, 8:00pm. Come and see how we did at the MB Fair! Bring your check for $30 for dues if you have not paid yet.


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