|YE OFFICIAL SERTOMA NEWSLETTER|
July 17, 2019
Sheriff Scott Goddard made his first visit to Sertoma in his new capacity today. He is pictured above at his swearing in ceremony. Goddard grew up in the Pequot Lakes/Jenkins Township area, graduating in 1988 from Pequot Lakes High School and is very proud of the fact as he explained, “Before we look forward, I always like to look back. When we decided on a venue for where we should go, we heard a number of questions and comments on why are we having this in Pequot Lakes. As the superintendent alluded to, this is my hometown. This is where I grew up and I am very proud of the fact of being a lifelong resident of Crow Wing County.”Goddard earned his law enforcement certificate in 1993 from the then-Brainerd Community College, now Central Lakes College. His first law enforcement post was as an officer with the Breezy Point Police Department and he also was a part-time officer with the Pequot Lakes Police Department. Goddard took a position with the Crow Wing County Sheriff’s Office, but went back to Breezy Point before returning to the sheriff’s office. Todd Dahl “our sheriff” had this to say about his colleagues, “They’re moving up in the ranks, and that’s what we really want to do within administration, we want to make them better than we ever were. I really think that we’ve all done that,” Dahl said. “We have a great staff and we have wonderful people and the community is wonderful, they get behind us, and I couldn’t be more proud.”
Sheriff Goddard came to Sertoma to talk about the new drug initiative. It will be introduced at the County Fair. The goal is to expand the awareness of the drug problem. Meth has caused a million and a half increase in cost the past year in Crow Wing County. . He could not share the new name of his education piece to contact groups, families and individuals to help with this educational push to get to a grass roots effort going in Crow Wing County. They know what they are facing and they are looking for “new” ideas to deal with this issue. It is not an arrest issue that can be handled. One idea is to establish an immediate follow up with every person who leaves law enforcement facilities after a drug arrest. Another thing they are asking for help with is to locate all the security cameras in Crow Wing County. The only thing they need to know is your address and phone number if you have a security camera. Joining Community Watch Camera is simple and you will only be contacted if necessary to locate a missing person, find a fugitive, or deal with other similar emergencies. . Thirdly Sheriff Goddard gave an update on sex trafficking. They have two people in their organization who are concentrating on this issue. “It is a reality and internet safety for children and adults is a big problem”. “Come on vacation and leave on probation” could be a slogan for dealing with the bad people vacationing in our area. Sheriff Goddard encouraged us to become a supporter of the grass roots movement when it is announced and to do what we can as an organization and an individual. to help with this serious problem that cannot be solved by more arrests. Many questions including those about the new hands-free law followed.
|Jaycees Streetfest is a week from Saturday July 27th. 10 a.m. Set Up 8 p.m. Takedown 3 or 4 people to help set up some pipe and drape. 4 VIP tickets involved. See John Raboin|
July 24th meeting is at the Scouting Miller Castle. See flyer in your email or below in events–this is about the same distance from Brainerd as it is to Chef Mike’s. Ken Toole encouraged everyone to attend and bring a guest to enjoy tour, a Chef Mike picnic, and some great facts about the Scouting program.
|Pipe and Drape Schedule|
New P &D Schedule
|Blue Ticket Winner|
|Art for the Pound|
|Would have been Ken Lecy|
|Guests: Jennifer Lee ad rep from the Brainerd Dispatch, and Sheriff Goddard|
|* Everyone is encouraged to bring potential members to a Sertoma meeting with the Club picking up the cost. However, you will be billed $11.00 for any other guests.|
As greeter you have several duties. You need to arrive about 10 minutes early. It is your job to greet people, help them find their badges and sell them a ticket if they wish to participate. The money collected must be divided by the Greeters equally–half goes to the Current Club Treasurer for the social committee and
half goes to the Club President along with the bucket of tickets. Greeter duties now include handing out the volunteer cards to
everyone as they come in the door. They will still be collected in the bucket with the badges or can be submitted to the treasurer. Be there by 11:45 and call somebody to substitute for you if you can’t be there.
|July 24th Jeff Olson, Jim Owens, Becky Pakarinen|
July 31 Karen Pederson, Gerry Peterson, John Raboin
|Sertoman of the Day|
Congratulations to our third generation Sertoman, JD Berns on his promotion.
Another successful year at Camp Sertoma. Hopper would be proud of what his dream has become in 20 years.
Cashwise Liquors in Brainerd and Baxter continues to support Sertoma’s social events. Here is the link to their online website where you can follow their great deals and patronize a Sertoma business. https://www.cashwise.com/liquor
|As we approach the beginning of a new fiscal year, we have a lot to be excited about!|
1. On July 1, Vision 2020 will be in full effect.
2. Applications for the three new roles are available online. Apply now!
3. The News Service will have a new name and design next month.
Many new and positive changes are taking place. Interested in learning more about Sertoma’s new roles and vision?
|Notes from your President Haglin|
|Our president is sharing wisdom each week to encourage our members to be positive ambassadors for our great club.|
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Pipe and Drape
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Ted Anderson 218-831-1372 or email@example.com
Scott Fisher 218-821-5557
Dwan Eckstrom 218-639-0154
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