Off The Cuff

October 16thth, 2019

Today we had a business lunch for the boys with Louis Waller leading us in the Pledge of Allegiance.  Reverend Myers led us in prayer.  Lou also had another UPS pilot as a guest, Randy Rashkow.  Keep those UPS pilots coming.

Secretary Jay G reviewed the minutes of the October Board meeting.  The Club is in great hands and moving in the right direction.

NFL Charity Sporting Clay shoot is scheduled for Saturday, November 16, at Markham Park. Look for more details, shooters and volunteers will be needed.

Wreaths Across America is Saturday, December 14, 12 pm at Pompano Beach Cemetery.  The Exchange Club has sponsored 100 wreaths.  Please plan to come out and place the wreaths on veterans’ graves that day as well as see the fantastic ceremony that takes place.

Fifth Wednesday this month will be at Spanx the Hog, 147 South Cypress Road, Pompano Beach, FL 33060, at 6 pm on Wednesday, October 30th.  Plan to invite potential members.

The committees sat together again on Wednesday.  Each committee discussed their plans, goals and assistance needed from the Club.  Please, if you are not already on a committee, email to let the Club know on which committee you would like to participate.

If you have not participated, consider being a Guardian for the Saturday October 19 Honor Flight or being at FLL for the homecoming celebration:

For anyone who would like to make a cash donation to assist the Bahamas, please donate to Hope 4 Hopetown as they are purchasing relief supplies in bulk.  Go to:

The Annual 150 Gala is tentatively scheduled for Saturday, February 1.  Look out for more details and plan to keep this date open.

Brad is finalizing details for a cleanup of the James Suh Memorial.

Wednesday, November 6, we will have as guests at lunch The Most Improved Students.

Brush your hair and wear your clean clothes for a group picture at lunch of all members over the next 2 weeks.

Our Guest Speaker next week will be John Geer, the owner of The New Pelican.  He’s a 23 year Navy veteran and worked 17 years with Geico before purchasing The Pelican in May of 2019.

Scott Alford was this week’s secret Shaking Man and chose Tad Williams for the free lunch.  President Atkins won the 50/50 pot again and again donated it back to the Club.

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Consider the Exchange Club of Pompano Beach when preparing your estate planning documents.

Arnold Palmer is playing in a big tournament and comes to a par 3 which measures 235 yards. After some deliberation, he takes out his 3 iron and smashes the ball 20 feet over the pin and backs it up to within 3 feet of the hole. A fan in the crowd came up to him and said, “Mr. Palmer, how do you make the ball back up like that with a 3 iron?”

Arnold replied, “Do you have a 3 iron?”
The fan said, “Yes sir, I do.”
“How far do you hit it?”
“About 160 yards,” came the answer.
Arnold calmly said, “What the heck do you want it to back up for?”