Minutes from September 5, 2019

Minutes from September 5, 2019

We opened with the Bonhoeffer reading and Allan led us in a prayer.

Members present
Bert Ackermann
Kit Barrett
Larry Beach
Roy Biberdorf
Larry Crowson
Rick Deaderick
Jon Dittrich
John Dorling, jdorling@outlook.com
Allen Douglass
Monty Harris
Jim Hodge
Joe Johnston
Tom Ladd
Ed Lester
Danny Maddox
Donald McGavin
Andrew Morehead
Greg O’Connor
Herky Payne
Jim Phillips
John Robertson
Sam Rotolo
Bob Sowell
John Threadgill
Alexander Thomas
Curtis Tipton
Bob Wadley
Royd Walker
Terry Wertz
Allan Willoughby
Bill Wood
Announcements
Danny thanked everyone for their help smoking the tenderloin.
He also thanked everone for their prayers. He dose not need surgery at this time.
Danny also asked if there was interest in reviving the Driving Miss Daisy Program? Bert said that we need someone to ramrod the program
John Robertson reported that we collected over $1,000 in the tenderloin smoking.
John also talked about the smoking at the pork roast on September 27 and 28 at Church of the Redeemer. He asked that we form a committee to prepare for our participation. We had several men volunteer.
Bert reported that Gary Harper has changed jobs and will now have a family and church life. Gary also hopes to come back to the Brotherhood
Monty introduced a new visitor, John Dorling, John hopes to become an active member
Who will take the Minutes for the next 3 weeks?  Allan volunteered.
Is there anyone who does not want to be on the Breakfast list?
Allan announced that Alex Barron will join us at the retreat next  year.
Program: Emily Anderson, City of Ashes
Program next week:
Breakfast next week: Royd Walker
Sept 19, Ron Wells
Sept 26, Terry Wertz
Oct 3, Allan Willoughby
Prayer  Request
Danny Maddox
Joe and Suelle
Paul Bergeron
Ed Lester
Joe and Suellen
Victims of the hurricane
First resonders
David Burman as ne begins his journey as a priest
Ken Jackson, Beth Harris’ brother
Amanda Busby
Emily Anderson
Michael Brenner
Dalton and Carolyn
First reponders
We closed with the Prayer of St Andrews