News - Meetings of 7:22 Breakfast Club

October 26 2005

Submitted by Rick Carlson

Executive Announcements

The executive met recently and decided NOT to cancel the fall golf tournament in future years. The effort to put the fall tournament together is not as onerous because it is local and more informal. It\'s a nice social event and should be kept.

Elections for the Board will be on November 22nd. That will be a closed meeting ... no guests. Sharon reminded us to throw your hat in if you are interested in participating for 2006. It\'s a great way to get involved and know everyone.

Keith Moen asked us all to consider speaking at a future meeting.

Social Announcements

Mike Jenkins reminded us that on Thursday November 15th 2005 members can attend the Blades vs Calgary Hitmen game in the SaskTel Corporate Suite. The suite is supplied compliments of SaskTel and the cost to members to attend is nominal. Contact Mike for more information.

General Announcements

Claude Marcotte of Caleb Management was welcomed as our newest member to the 722 Breakfast Club.

Today's guests included two people in radio advertising .. Bill Danyliuk and Regan Pince.

Sharon Kaendo has a tour information evening at her business on October 27th. Call her for more details.

Jack Rudolph has a custom suit sale running for approximately 10 days.

Lindsay Berglof says the Willows is still open because of the unusually mild fall weather.

Dennis Bellamy has a tour at his premises to celebrate their new opening. It will be on November 16th.

Don Johnson thanked those who have supported the Sask Roughriders and had a draw for a golf shirt. Keith Moen was the winner.

Nicola Lawson reminded us that PickNiks has seating for 65. She can do a great job for Christmas Catering.

Speaker | Victor Boryski | Boryski's Butcher Block.

Vic just celebrated his 35th wedding anniversary. He also has 3 children. The oldest is a 19 old son now living in California. He also has a 16 year old daughter and a 14 year old son.

On December 7th of this year, Victor will enter his 25th year of being in business. His first shop was on Quebec Avenue. He later moved to Millar Ave where he is today. In between, he also had secondary outlets at other locations but has moved back to one location.

Vic does a lot of catering of lunches for weddings, funerals and company functions. He has a large commercial kitchen and even rents it out to churches and other groups who want to do their own cooking but lack the necessary facilities.

Victor says his specialty meat is Angus beef. He ended with a draw for 2 packages of beef jerky. The winners were Sue Brooks and Ian Mercer.

Sergeant at Arms

Milt fined Dwight, Curt, Keith, Scott, Don and Victor

Hidden Hand

None Today

Pot of Gold Winner

Sorry ... not recorded

722 Dollar Draw

Curt Stuckel

Next Meeting

2005-11-05 (7:22 a.m.)

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