News - Meetings of 7:22 Breakfast Club

September 27 2006

Submitted by Rick Carlson

Executive Announcements

A third reading was called out for Brian Dmytriw, one of the owners of AC Flooring. Dwight Buchholz announced a drive for new members. All those who introduce someone resulting in a new membership will be entered into a draw for a great prize package.

Social Announcements

The weather was not very good so only 4 people, including Dr. Don Johnson came out for the golf tournament. Don says that this is his last year for organizing the event so we will need to call on someone new for next year. In spite of the small turnout, Don says that they had a great time and they closed down the lounge afterwards.

General Announcements

Dwight Buccholtz announced that the TD Bank is accepting donations to a Shane Keating Trust Fund to help rebuild infrastructure in Afghanistan.

Various protional events were announced by club members.

Speaker | Milton Taylor | Imagery Photography

Milt Taylor and Clarence Munchinsky are 2 of the original members of our club. They missed the first meeting some 21 or 22 years ago because of other commitments, came to the second and continued on with the club after that.

Milt brought four large framed examples of his photographic work to show us, including a great photo of Greg White's family.

Milt's philosophy is that he wants to do his best work possible for every client, regardless of the size or value of the project. He feels that if he focuses on that, things will always work out well for him.

Milt recently completed his "100 People 100 Reasons" project to recognize community volunteers. He also had some mounted examples of the photos and short stories written about the various volunteers. Our own Dwight Buchholz was one of them. The entire display is presently at City Hall and will be making its way through some city shopping malls shortly.

Throughout his talk, it was very evident that Milt loves his work and treasures the friendships and acquaintances he makes along the way.

Sergeant at Arms

Lyle Bauer was our Sargent at Arms, building up our fine coffers for a future good cause.

Hidden Hand

Lyle Burkell absolutely cleaned up on being a very well Hidden Hand today. I guess that's our fault, isn't it.

Pot of Gold Winner

Rick Carlson

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