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Welcome to "The Little Club That Can"...and Does!
Lake Conroe
Club #30545 District #5910 Chartered Jan 27,1995
Thursday at 7 a.m. - Breakfast begins at 6:45 a.m.
Hodge Podge Lodge
300 Prairie Street
MAILING: P.O.Box 1252 Montgomery, TX 77356
Montgomery, TX  77356
United States
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November 16, 2017 Bulletin
All of us gather on this special day in order to be thankful for everything that we have
including the friends we cherish and the family we love. Wishing you Peace, Hope and Love!
Happy Thanksgiving to you.
Rotary Club of Lake Conroe
Meeting November 16, 2017
Gary Milleson ran the meeting.
Birthdays:  Michael McDougal, Sandy Miller and Bethany Ruffins
Anniversary:  Mike and Katherine Landes – 35 years
Good News:
Doris:  We had two special visitors to the board meeting were Victoria and precious baby Brooklyn.
Warren:  Successful cataract surgery and having the opportunity to see 2 grandchildren from Tomball compete in San Antonio
Pat:  All baby calf’s have now arrived to the tune of 8 mommas and 8 babies.
Phillip:  He will have the opportunity this weekend to officiate the wedding of his son and daughter-in-law.
Mike McDougal:  Granddaughter’s team lost, but he looks forward to next year
Roz:  She and Rick had her family in this weekend with a 6 year old and a 2 year old. Her nephew is a Waco firefighter and shared that he wears a bullet proof vest when fighting fires in Waco. She is grateful our firefighters don’t have to wear vests.
Janet: Busy time of the year.  They have sold their home and will spend Thanksgiving week with her family in Colorado.
Nominating Committee Report
President Elect Pam Tipton presented the nominating committee slate of officers.  No additional nominations were presented from those in attendance.  Slate of officers will be voted on at the Christmas Party on December 14.
Past President/Foundation Director:  Victoria Edwards
President Elect   Jeremy de los Santos
Secretary    Monica Bresofski
Exec. Secretary  Doris Lockey
Treasurer  Ashley Harrison-Pena
Co Treasurer  Charlie Parada
Sergeant At Arms Janko Trenkoski
Director Membership  Shanon Salsbury
Director Service Sandy Miller
Director Youth Services  Rick Adams
Director Administration (Programs) Roz Dauzat
Director Publicity   Marcos Andazola?
Memory Park Janet Milleson
Christmas Party will be held at Walden on Thursday, December 14.  Details to follow.
Shanon read the names of two new member nominations:  Pamela Johnson and Nici Esch
Candy Role Project
Mike Landes thanked the club for the 3500 candy roles provided.  The club was second to Methodist Church who made 12,500.  Last weekend they delivered 19,000 candy roles to ministers in Mexico.  Plans are to deliver them to the children before Christmas. 
Host Family Needed for Leo
Randall Wiley again asked the club for help in locating host families for our current Rotary Youth Exchange Student.  He reviewed the requirements and said Doris would email the Frequently Asked Questions.  Let him or Doris know of any leads you have for families.
Weekly Speaker: 
Chiropractor Montgomery, Dr. Jeremy De Los Santos
Dr. Jeremy de los Santos
Jeremy has Chiropractic clinics in Montgomery and Navasota

Chiropractic care is all about the body being able to function optimally. It all starts with the central nervous system. Messages must be sent from the brain to the rest of the body (and vice versa) for the body to carry out everyday functions, including breathing, digesting, moving, repairing, detoxifying and eliminating.

Your central nervous system (the brain and spinal cord) is guarded and protected by the skull and spinal column. Therefore, chiropractors look to the spine as a gateway to maximized health. If your nervous system were housed in your left arm, we’d be known as “left arm doctors!”

There are many sources of stress in life, including physical, mental and emotional. It doesn’t matter if the source of stress is one accident or sports injury, or an accumulation of everyday incidents; interference begins to occur in the nervous system through spinal misalignment. Our job as chiropractors is to find that interference and adjust it until the interference is removed.
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