News - Meetings of 7:22 Breakfast Club

June 28 2006

Submitted by Rick Carlson

Executive Announcements

Clarence Munchinsky announced that Murray Gould of Family Cleaners has had other commitments conflicting with club attendance. He will step aside and resign if another dry cleaner business wants to join the club.

Clarence read a letter announcing Ed Herbert's resignation from the club. Ed is more involved with developing new homes now through Keystone Developments and is less active as a residential real estate agent.

Social Announcements

Our golf tournament was today. For those who were unable to attend, we went to Cooke Municipal Golf Course in Prince Albert. Thanks to all the club members who donated prizes, to the hotel for free parking underground and to Cherry Agencies for sponsoring a hole in 1 event.

Mike Jenkins reminded everyone of the upcoming Luau at PickNic's Restaurant on July 26 2006.

General Announcements

Jack Rudolph reminded people to attend the 2nd Avenue Sidewalk Sale for three days July 6, 7 and 8 2006.

Sharon Kaendo announced that she has a tent in the Jazz Festival free stage area promoting trips from Saskatoon to Montego Bay.

Milton Taylor mentioned he had a K40 Kinsmen function that Boryski's & Picknic's supplied food for. Milt says it was just incredible. There were lots of compliments. Kudos to Vic & Nic..

SaskTel announced they are now generating their smart touch features for land lines ... call SaskTel for information.

Speaker | Mark Regier | Prairieland Park

Prairieland Park is a community based non-profit corporation. Memberships are only $25.

There are 12 people on the board of diretors. Their annual budget is $18,000,000.00. Their flagship production is the exhibition but they also have many agricultural events as well, divided up amongst the various secors of that industry.

Horse racing is thriving again at Prairieland Park. They have 30 days of horse racing with usually 10 horses per race.

They plan for the Emerald Casino to close once the new casino opens at Whitecap.

The new trade centre building have replaced the older buildings of the past. They have the largest trade facility in the city with over 160,000 square feet in one building. They want to bring in more national and international shows.

Prairieland Park's website can be found at

Sergeant at Arms

People not going golfing had to pay a buck each.

Hidden Hand

None had been appointed so Clarence Munchinsky took on the job himself and only missed Barry Frank.

Pot of Gold Winner

Jack Rudolph

722 Club Dollars

These have not been given out for a while so $40 went to each of Milt Taylor, Jeff Sharpe and Clarence Munchinsky.

Next Meeting

2006-09-13 (7:22 a.m.)

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