Weekly News – Nov 30, 2022

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Nov 30, 2022

Hello Everyone,

Our speaker tomorrow is John Byrom, Business Development Manager with PESCO..  He will discuss PESCO’s recovery after Covid and the state of the business for products for the oil and gas industry and entry into new areas of Hydrogen generation and water filtration.

We hope everyone had a very wonderful Thanksgiving!

Thank you to Clayton Corley with Welbrook Transitional Rehabilitation for spending time with us a couple of weeks ago and sharing information about helping loved ones recover.

Thank you Lisa Woodward and Destiny Jones for joining us as guests a couple of weeks ago; we hope you enjoyed your time with us and we are pleased you came!

Bring your dollars to buy into the poker game and support our yearly social, too!

Another great year for Coats for Kids in the books and wanted to thank everyone that helped us get things done!  It was a fast and furious morning but we were able to give out 280 warm winter coats in addition to miscellaneous gloves, hoodies, hats and snow pants.  We retained only 138 coats for next year which means we will need more donations next year (especially in the smaller sizes). 

 Thank you again for everyone’s efforts and we will count on you next year.

Bob Lehmer is selling Outback tickets to raise money for Scholastic Books to give to Title 1 Schools.  He is trying to sell 300.  Please support this great cause and consider selling to friends, family, buying as gifts or staff appreciation, etc…  They are good till the end of January.

Christopher is asking for support and help for the Salvation Army.  They have their Ts for Turkeys, Thanksgiving Luncheon, Bell Ringing, and many other projects and events coming up.  Consider donating a little of your time to support them and this great community.  You can sign up at Farmington Corps (salvationarmy.org).

Please keep these upcoming dates in mind and consider signing up for these important events. 

May 13, 2023 is Thomas Jefferson and John Adams at the Farmington Civic Center.  Tickets will go on sale at the end of January. We would like to encourage members to dress in costumes from the 1776 era and let’s make this a really cool event for our community. 

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