News - Meetings of 7:22 Breakfast Club

May 09 2018

Submitted by Cheryl Tuck-Tallon

Executive Announcements

 Mystery Golf - June 20th.  Let Hanif know if you are attending and sponsors are needed.

Bill Brooks announced Sue is having surgery next week but is hopeful for a good recovery.

Social Announcements

Giselle Howard - Social Chair - members event   Shakespeare on the Sask.  July 12th.  Let Gizelle know if you can attend.

General Announcements

Lyle Berkell, Stoon Funeral Home - Zoo Gala June 15.

Lyle also celebrated his 39th anniversary with Saskatoon Funeral Home

Andy Pawlovitch Chiro - thankyou to club 7:22 appreciation days  $7.22 per treatment for 2 weeks

Addison Bell - Kinsmen Home Lottery early bird

Rodney Spork - support him and the Heart and Stroke Big Bike Donations

Northern Fireplace - Spring BBQ Wed May 9

 

 

 

Speaker | Cheryl Tuck Tallon Black Spruce Gallery

spoke about her art and the relationships that are so important along the journey

Sergeant at Arms

Robyn - unfortunately for us, our Sergeant is moving back to Manitoba. All the best Robyn. Everyone paid to honour Robyn.

Hidden Hand

Milt was the hidden hand this week.

Pot of Gold Winner

Perry won the basket donated by Jeff Sharp of Colony Coffee Cheryl Cotton Schmidt of Carstar won the gift donated by Cheryl Tuck Tallon of Black Spruce Gallery

membership

new member application for Justin Adams 96.3 fm

Next Meeting

2018-05-23 (7:22 a.m.)


April 25 2018

Submitted by Cheryl Tuck-Tallon

Executive Announcements

Brenda Thompson has openings for speakers in the fall.

Social Announcements

Cheryl Tuck-Tallon - hosting an event at Boffins Club where her art is displayed.  4-8 Thursday Apr 26

Summer Event - July 12 Shakespear on the Sask.  need to know in advance to purchase tickets

Golf Date - June 20th.  Let Hanif know if you plan to attend and if you can sponsor.

General Announcements

Steve Hogle - Saskatoon Blades - Country Thunder of Friday April 27 with many NHL stars and Country Music Stars.

Mike Jenkins - U of S Huskies - Dogs Breakfast May 3 at Prairieland

                   -  Hockey Husky Season Tickets -resale available to 722 Members

Cleve Len - Baby Girl - Clare

 

Speaker | Tyson Nelkenbrecher (N13)

Western Carpet One operates as a family and teamwork is the mainstay of the work/service environment. They have currently undergone a massive renovation of the showroom with improved lighting and will be the biggest showroom in Sask.  

The sales force has specialty areas and Tyson has specialized in insurance claims.

Tyson has an honours degree in economics and has serveral years as an installer.  These two aspects bring him both the knowledge and practical use of the products but also understand the business aspects.  He has enjoyed working in the design aspects and expanding his skillset in that regard.

The company was founded over 40 years ago and David Roden is the longest term owner.  After several retirements recently, there are now younger managers/owners and the company has a very forward thinking perspective.

Sergeant at Arms

After a bit of a break, our sergeant charged herself for not appointing someone for last two weeks and got yours truly for not announcing herself.

Hidden Hand

Rodney Spork -One to One Courier - got the late stragglers

Pot of Gold Winner

Pot of Gold - check for the fix! Hogle won a bottle of wine donated by Gizelle of SaskTel.

Next Meeting

2018-05-09 (7:22 a.m.)


April 11 2018

Submitted by Cheryl Tuck-Tallon

Executive Announcements

 

Social Announcements

Culture club 7:22 style  Art and Wine at Boffins Club.  Cheryl Tuck Tallon is hosting an art exhibit at Boffins Public House 4 to 8.  Bring your favourite date!  We will also have a special toast to Joe Schmidt.

Shakespear on the Saskatchewan.  July 12th tentative in leu of summer BBQ

Golf Date June 20th  Mystery location is selected and hint we've never been there before!  Need sponsorships and prizes.

General Announcements

 Sue Brooks - Choclacure model Friday at Dutch Growers

Power of Humanity Awards - Hanif Hermani announced April 26 luncheon.  he has tickets

Hanif is also looking to hire two Santa Claus 

Victory Boryski - be sure to check out new location at farmers market 

Sharon at Leisure Travel 2000 has a new office but business as usual.

Lyle Bauer - Cleve Len has a new baby!  All doing well.

Linda Boryski - new Mindfulness Class

Keith Moen, NSBA Thurs April 19 - Donna Haupaer

 

Speaker | Shawne Hancock - Anchor Managed Solutions

Broad range of experience in corporate an private situations.  5 years ago started Anchor Managed solutions with 2 other partners.  Good growth over the years. Create flexible relationships with their clients according to needs and situations.  

Changes in technology have lead from mainframe to cloud type technology.

Cleanvault is a new tech that goes beyond a power surger, will protect your electrical and will reduce the dirty energy and ultimately your power bill.

Sergeant at Arms

Robyn is still away.

Hidden Hand

JR - got the stragglers

Pot of Gold Winner

Hanif was the winner of the Don Cherry bobblehead as well as Tang and JR.

New Membership Drive

April 25 bring a prospective member.  Let Helen know.

Next Meeting

2018-04-25 (7:22 a.m.)


March 28 2018

Submitted by Cheryl Tuck-Tallon

Executive Announcements

Facebook - everyone should go on the facebook page and like/follow it to get updates on socials etc.

Membership is holding a membership drive April 25th.  Bring a prospective new member.  Be sure to let Helen know so she has the numbers attending.

Social Announcements

Business Visit - Boffins Club April 26th   Cash Bar  Appies provided.  Cheryl Tuck Tallon is hosting as Darrell Bell Gallery is featuring a solo show at the Boffins Club for the months of April and May.

General Announcements

Linda Boryski - Health and Wellness Seminars now on location around the city.  Ask Linda if you would like the seminar for your location.

Hanif Hermani - Power of Humanity luncheon - April 25th at the Radisson

Cheryl Tuck Tallon - Badge Sheild Star Dinner April 12th  Kevin Lamoureux of National Center for Truth and Reconciliation is speaker

Bill Brooks - Leadership Saskatoon - Managing Problems April 24

Addison Bell - Kinsmen Home Lottery is now live!

Speaker | Don Ewart Advanced Labour Solutions

Don outlined to us how important it is to train your managers.  With good manager training most of your employment turnover problems can be eliminated and your business will run more efficiently.

Don has developed management assessment and training tools calless The Successful Manager Program

Sergeant at Arms

Robyn was not available today.

Hidden Hand

Cory (JR's Alternate from Sucess Office Equipment) got the regular suspects

Pot of Gold Winner

Cheryl Tuck Tallon - with thanks from Brigadier Security

Next Meeting

2018-04-18 (7:22 a.m.)


March 14 2018

Submitted by Cheryl Tuck-Tallon

Executive Announcements

Shawne Hancock - Club has a facebook page and twitter is #722clubsk  Be sure to go on fb and "like" the page so you get updates

Membership distributed a list of prospective member categories.  April 25th is new member day!  Invite a guest (let Helen know for numbers)

The mayor is speaking May 23.

Social Announcements

Choir Practise at Radisson March 22nd

Hanif Hermani announced the Joe Schmidt Memorial Golf is June 20th..  Sponsorships are required.

Proposal of Shakespear on the Sask instead of summer BBQ.

General Announcements

Boryski -expanding.  Andrew announced Butchers Daughter-in-Law at the Farmers Market.

Saskatoon Blades - Fan Appreciation Night.

Keith Moen - NSBA - Milt Taylor is a new board member.    March 28th is Business Builder Awards and after party!

Hanif Hermani - promoted Power of Humanity April 5th.

Speaker | Don Klassen

Ever since grade 11 Don has been intensely intersted in everything that has a motor!  He has served on several boards in his industry.  His son Brandon is now in the business with him.

Crestview has been in business since 1984 and since 2011 in its current location.  Designed to work on anything you own up to a 40' motorhome!  Son Brandon and Dave are award winning techs across North America.  They offer a shuttle service, inspections, tires plus a loyalty program for oil changes.

Sergeant at Arms

Robyn Claus is a softie! She is so nice! Due to the bad parking in front of hotel she gave us a break.

Hidden Hand

Matt Smallwood got the late comers

Pot of Gold Winner

gifts from Crestview: Milt Taylor, Brenda Thompson, Bill Brooks

Next Meeting

2018-03-28 (7:22 a.m.)


March 07 2018

Submitted by Cheryl Tuck-Tallon

Executive Announcements

short executive meeting to follow regular meeting

Social Announcements

Choir Practise March 22 - at the Radisson

General Announcements

Optimist Club Steak Night March 15th at the Sutherland Hotel.  Keith Gudmumdson would like our support.  

Greg announced the end of RRSP season March 1.  

Speaker | AGM as circulated

AGM as circulated.  If anyone wants a copy of the financials, Cleve Len will be able to send you a copy.  

Sergeant at Arms

Robin Claus

Hidden Hand

Pot of Gold Winner

Rodney won again! Tickets to the steaknight. We want an audit!

Next Meeting

2018-03-14 (7:22 a.m.)


February 28 2018

Submitted by Rick Carlson

Executive Announcements

Social Announcements

General Announcements

Speaker | AGM Minutes

  • President Steve Hogle called the meeting to order
  • Moved by Brenda Thomsen and seconded by Sharon Kaendo to accept the minutes of the 2017 AGM.  Call for the Vote.  Carried
  • Treasurer Cleve Len presented the financial statements   The club is in a healthy financial position
  • Moved by Cleve to accept the financial statements and seconded by Greg White.  Discussion followed.  Call for the vote – Carried
  • Moved by Steve Hogle and seconded by Pete Thompson to defer an audit of the Club’s financials.  Carried
  • Cleve presented the Budget for 2018.  As there was not a President’s Event for 2018, more monies were allotted to the Golf Tournament and other events.
  • Moved by Cleve and seconded by Sue Brooks to accept the 2018 7:22 Breakfast Club Budget. Discussion followed.  Call for the vote - Carried
  • President Steve Hogle asked for any new business from the floor.  There were no new business items
  • Moved by Lyle Burkell and seconded by Keith Gudmundson to accept the activities of the Board of Directors for the 7:22 Breakfast Club over the past year.  Call for the vote – Carried

Sergeant at Arms

Hidden Hand

Pot of Gold Winner

Next Meeting

2018-03-14 (7:22 a.m.)


January 24 2018

Submitted by Cheryl Tuck-Tallon

Executive Announcements

no new members to announce at this time.  members should be looking to introduce new people to the club.

Helen and Angela need more gifts for the Pot of Gold

Social Announcements

bowling night did not go forward due to numbers

SaskTel Blades night Feb 10th.  Presign up was required

Chior Practice upcoming in March

 

General Announcements

Success Office Systems - named Fastest Growing Canon Dealer in Canada

Addison Bell of McFaull Consulting - reminder Kinsmen Show Home is being unveiled and Sports Celebrity Dinner is coming soon.

Sharon Kaendo - Leisure Travel 2000  Still great prices available for hot spots - cruising etc.

Steve Hogle - Saskatoon Blades - this weekend honouring Fred Sasaskamoose.

Speaker | Lyle Burkell

Lyle has been a member of the club for 20+ years

Edwards Family has owned the Saskatoon Funeral Home for 5 generations.  They were the first to provide a crematorium in Saskatoon area. They provide 4 service options with Saskatoon Funeral Home, Westwood Funeral Home, Prairieview Chapel and Creamatorium and the Edwards Family Centre. SFH is only funeral home with 24 hour live phone available.

Their main drivers are service to the people.  Technology has changed their commumication and delivery of service as well as a wider diversity of religious or remembrance celebration services.

Bringing in the right new employees is an ongoing challenge.  Formal education opportunities include Sask Polytechnic, Mount Royal College in Calgary, Canadian Funeral Services.  Range of online, apprenticeship and practicum.  Sask. has some of the strictest regulations in Canada.

Lyle is aware he is always the face of the business in all his dealings in the city.  Lyle sits on the regulatory board.  The Edwards family supports being a member of the community.

SFH understands they cannot serve all the families all of the time, but are always willing to give help and information where they can.

Sergeant at Arms

Robin was easy on us again...except for a couple of folks that commented on the speakers tie clip!

Hidden Hand

Nathan Hursh of Motif Marketing - only missed latecomers Rodney and Jeff

Pot of Gold Winner

Sharon Kaendo of Leisure Travel 2000 was the recipient of a fine bottle of wine courtesy of Milton Taylor of Imagery Photography

Next Meeting

2018-02-14 (7:22 a.m.)


January 10 2018

Submitted by Cheryl Tuck-Tallon

Executive Announcements

Retired members are encouraged and to accomodate flexible schedules will be on a pay as they play basis.

No new members but everyone is encouraged to look for new members.   

Social Announcements

PJ Bowling. We are a breakfast club so Pyjama Bowling makes sense!  Jan 19th, 7pm at Eastview. The price is $22 a person but there will be some savings due to a Club subsidy (tbd). Prizes for best jammies and warm up the vocals for a little karaoke, as well. Giselle is coordinating the outing so she needs to get peoples RSVP's so she can let the folks know how many lanes we need. 

Blades Game hosted by Sask Tel Feb 10th.  Thanks Giselle!

 

 

General Announcements

Speaker | Steve Hogle Saskatoon Blades

Its been 5 years now for the new ownership group of the Saskatoon Blades.  The Priestner family have been involved in the community and have been extremely committed to the success of the team.

Steve's role as President is overseeing the business aspects of the team including commuity liason.  The Blades, led by Steve are a mainstay in Saskatoon Business and community.  Their commitment to Saskatoon is evident in their projects and support. 

 The Blades went on that day to do some blockbuster trades setting up the future of the team.

Sergeant at Arms

Robin Claus - new SAA went easy on us....but will it last?

Hidden Hand

Perry Schwark of Coast Appliances only caught a few members not connecting the palms.

Pot of Gold Winner

Ok Rodney, we want a recount! You must be the luckiest guy in the club! Oh yeah, you choose to have your heart episode at the airport where there was an AED and people on hand that could help immediately. You must live right!

Next Meeting

2018-01-24 (7:22 a.m.)


2018 Meetings