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VOL 16, NO 16
OCT 13, 2003

Brian Davis
Brian Davis

Seahawks Round-Up

Brian Davis, voice of the Seahawks on the weekly KIRO radio broadcast, is in the midst of his fourth year delivering the play-by-play to a vast Pacific Northwest network of fans. As of Sunday’s game, the Hawks are riding high atop the West division of the NFC, with wins over the other three teams in their division – St. Louis, Arizona and, last night, Dennis Erickson’s San Francisco 49-ers. The team’s best start in its 27-year history gives the Hawks and 4-1 record, with wins over New Orleans, and the three teams in their division.

Davis was notably upbeat about the success of the club. A strengthened offensive line and a re-worked defense orchestrated by Ray Rhodes, has given the Mike Holmgren-led Seahawks a move to respectability. Sunday night’s 67,000 fans created the first sell-out in many memories, as ESPN carried the game live to a nationwide audience. READ MORE

A Bowling We Will Go

Purdy, Finkenbinder
Tom Purdy (L) & Mike Finkenbinder

Tom Purdy and University Rotarian Mike Finkenbinder participated in an age-old ceremony of Throwing Down the Gauntlet! Mike came to challenge the BBRC to an old-fashioned bowling duel at the Leilani Lanes Bowling Center on Greenwood Ave N in Seattle. The event takes place on Friday evening, October 24, with a 5:30 registration, and a 6:00 p.m. tournament. At the conclusion of the games, the group will adjourn for a social at Hale’s Ales Pub on Leary Way in Ballard. The fee is $13 per person for two hours of bowling with shoes, while the Hale’s Ale Activity is Dutch Treat. Rubberneckers are invited. Contact Tom at 206-729-1792 x166. SEE FLYER FOR MORE INFO

Preserve Planet Earth Sets Sammamish ReLeaf

The BBRC Preserve Planet Earth committee invites one and all to a four-hour work party at 60 Acres Park at NE 116th in Redmond. This project is to replace trees and remove invasive weeds near NE 124th, along the Sammamish River. The work takes place on Saturday, November 15, in cooperation with the King County Department of Natural Resources and the City of Redmond. This will be the seventh year of projects by the BBRC along the Sammamish River. Members are reminded to bring shovels, warm clothing, gloves and other family members to this important environmental event. For more information, contact Vicky Hunsicker Sanko (Ph 425-869-8724)

Thought for the Week

Some people think football is a matter of life and death. I don’t like that attitude! I can assure them it is much more serious than that!


Lend A Hand

Dick Brown will introduce his guests Marcene McGowen, Health and Safety Expert, who will educate the BBRC on the importance of general knowledge of CPR and emergency procedures. Buffet Breakfast begins at 7:00 a.m., followed by the weekly meeting at 7:30 and the program at 8:00. Bring a friend and perform the Heimbigner maneuver! It’s all this Friday at the Glendale Country Club!

It’s Fall Clean-Up Time, time for all members to visit the Members Only section of the website and clean up your Directory listing. Got a new phone number? A new email address? A new home address? A new business address? Got Milk? Have you filled out the categories where you actually tell something about yourself for other members to read?

Get busy and get your Directory page up to date. It’s one of the obligations you have as an active BBRC member.

Speaking of fall clean-up, Secretary Callan has decreed a re-numbering of the badge box, which will be accomplished immediately following this Friday’s meeting. Except for Jenny Andrews and Jim Zidar, the rest of you should look for your badge in a new slot!

Apparently there is nothing that cannot happen today. – Mark Twain

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