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Vol 13, No 6     August 7, 2000

The Coffeehouse Investor

Sergeant At Arms Corner

Friday Potpourri

Healing The Children Update

More On The Best Looking Legs Contest (Men Only)

Listing Of Weekend Sales Sites

Web Fun

This Week's Editor
Mark Hough

Annual Croquet Tourney
Wednesday, August 9
Red Hook Brewery
The fee is $45, which includes, as you might imagine, BEER. It begins at 3:00 p.m.  We need two more members to complete a team.  The Sunrise Rotary Club has been supportive of our golf tournament. Let’s support them too!

Rotary Run
Please contact Craig Nelsen for details.

Thought For The Week


Bill Schultheis
Author and financial columnist Bill Schultheis.

The Coffeehouse Investor

Bob Holert introduced featured speaker Bill Schultheis, author of “The Coffeehouse Investor” and financial columnist for The Eastside Journal.

Bill’s philosophy of investing is that it should be a serious responsibility of people who are saving for their retirements and the protection of their families. Everyone wants to maximize the return on their investment at a minimum of risk. Bill contends that the easiest way to do that is to key your investments to a broad index of the stock market. And this, he stresses, should always be a long-term strategy. More

Healing The Children Update

Healing The ChildrenBrian Evison introduced Norm Colon, Executive Director of Healing the Children, who reported on the $3 ,000 grant given by BBRC for Healing the Children’s work in Uzbekistan. Uzbekistan is one of those landlocked former Soviet Republics about the size of California, with 24 million people. Incredibly, the mortality rate for surgeries is 65%. More

Member Information PDF File Now Available

A 2-page PDF file containing member names, phone numbers, and email addresses is now available in the Members Only section. You will need your BBRC login and password to access this file. Click here to download/print the PDF file.


Picnic at Remlinger Farms,
September 10 , 2:00–6:00 p.m.
Food and games, including baseball and volleyball. Dick Brown has more information.

Annual Emerald Down Outling, Sunday, August 27, gates open at 11:00 a.m., cost is $30/person, buffet begins at 3:00 p.m.  John Nees, who reported on the outing wearing his dapper green sports coat (no doubt obtained from Albert Ltd.), announced that he would not be there, as he and his wife are leaving for Peru to adopt a 7-month-old son. Congratulations, John!

The District 5030 Leadership Center will open this summer for members of the District. Applications for enrollment are being accepted. Contact
Dick Clarke.

Lists of BBRC Committee members are now available in the Members Only Section.

Raffle Letter Text File Available. More information

Thought For The Week
It’s too bad you can’t invest in taxes; only they are sure to go up.

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