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Jim Ellison announced that the sig- nup sheet was going around for the game night to be held Feb- ruary 17th, which will be here at the “Greens”. President Scott announced that a thank you note was received from the Le- Roy Food Panty and Help Fund, which received a portion of the annual “Cookie Auction” pro- ceeds. President Scott caught up with the members with missed meetings: Bob Carlsen (2) - two make ups at the Batavia Club, Nanette Chiulli (1) - green card, Tracy Ford (1) - District Meet- ing, Tony Gugino (1) - green card, TimMoag (1) - green card, Phil Plossl (1) - green card, Jake Whiting (3) - Breakfast with Bob and two green cards and Mary Young (1) - Board Meet- ing. Senior Member Bruce Baker (1) - no make up required but President Scott noted his ab- sence was recognized. The weekly fining session began with President Scott call- ing on Bob Carlsen to answer some New York Yankee trivia. For his extensive knowledge of the ball club he had to pony the price of two hot dogs at the stadium. GCC Swim Team coach Eric Fix gave an update on the team’s success this sea- son. President Scott wondered if Eric knew that half the pop- ulation claims that they do not know how to swim. In disbe- lieve Eric was fined lightly. Tracy Ford was asked to update the club on the UMMC Foun- dations event “Dine out at Den- ny’s”, unfortunately Tracy was unable to tell the club the next closest Denny’s after the Bata- via Restaurant. She was fined for not knowing there wasn’t a Denny’s in Brockport. President Scott called on Merritt Holly to give an update on what’s hap- pening in the school district. Unable to to readily produce the day of the upcoming budget vote, Merritt was asked to reach into his pocket. President Scott asked Ron Pangrazio to tell the club about his daily routine on Wednesdays in the late Spring and Summer. 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