News - Meetings of 7:22 Breakfast Club

November 26 2008

Submitted by Rick Carlson

Executive Announcements

A second reading took place for Aaron Johnson of Saskatoon Therapeutic Massage Centre.

Joe Schmidt asked members to send in their nominations (with a seconder) for "Member of the Year".

Brenda Thomsen circulated a sign-up sheet for our December 17 Christmas luncheon. There is no charge for members to attend. It is $20.00 for guests. The doors open at approximately 11:00 a.m. with a cash bar. The function will go until 1:30. Expect the lunch to start a little before noon. Please bring a gift for the draws ... or consider a 2nd gift also if you are bringing a guest. Our featured speaker will be Kent Smith-Windsor from the Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce.

Social Announcements

Keith Moen thanked Brenda Thomsen for organizing a successful wine and food pairing social last month. About 30 people attended.

General Announcements

Thank you's made by members of the Club: Rick Carlson thanked Len Romanski, Brenda Thomsen thanked Shoshana Dempsey, Sue Brooks thanked Keri Schaeffer, Patti Schweighart thanked Quinn Magnuson, Dwight Buchholz thanked Perry Schwark, Giselle Howard thanked Don Johnson, Lyle Bauer thanked Sharon Kaendo, Randy Schinkel thanked Rick Carlson.

Infomercials including Depesh Parmer - member of the POW City Kinsmen Club ... Contact Depesh if you need a Christmas tree.

Speaker | Shoshana Dempsey - LogoMotion Promotional Products

Shoshana was raised in Young, SK and now lives in Warman. She started with Logomotion about 1.5 year ago. She enjoys her career more than any work she has done in the past. Logomotion opened its Saskatoon business in 2000. THey have 2 offices ... Saskatoon and Nanaimo. Three people work in the Saskatoon office.

Logomotion can help you find something for your clients to remember you by. Quotes are free. Currently popular items include metal water bottles and jackets. Shoshana says that they usually have about a 3 week turnaround time for ordering clothing or other items with logos but of course it varies from product to product.

Lots of their products are made in Canada but many also come from overseas to keep costs reasonable. Clothing is usually local.

Shoshana fielded a number of questions after her presentation and then gave away 5 prizes. She also brought along a display of sample products. Dianne from her office also attended the breakfast and presentation.

Sergeant at Arms

Don Johnson fined himself, Ken Suchan & Lyle Burkell

Hidden Hand

Phillip Reiber .. no fines

Pot of Gold Winner

Lyle Burkell

Other Business


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