Our empathetic regrets are extended to those who missed our February meeting.
The fellowship was warm, the food was delicious and Van Chancellor entertained with a message of believe-in-yourself, don’t accept discouragement and be positive in your approach to overcoming all obstacles.
Our Chaplain, Lou Powers, announced the passing of one of our members and led our invocation.
Jennifer Bernal, General Manager, HESS Club, informed us HESS has a new chef and promised a variation in our buffet menu. It was exceptional.
Since this was our spouse/guest meeting we did not allot time for announcing new members and guests. This information will be provided at the March meeting.
Bob Scott tailored his history lesson to Presidents’ Day and did an outstanding job. You will want to read it elsewhere on the website.
A Mississippi native, Van Chancellor’s resume records an outstanding career in coaching ladies' basketball including SEC championships, first four WNBA championships, multiple Halls-of-Fame, another SEC championship at LSU and now a retired-in-Katy grandparent with an earned reputation as an interesting, entertaining and motivational speaker--enhanced his reputation in the presentation he made to us. If you have opportunity, thank Van for taking time from his schedule to join us in February.
Attendees were generous in filling the RED BOWLS for the Houston Food Bank in Van Chancellor’s honor.
Many attendees were somewhat envious of those who won the drawings for Gift Certificates to the Taste of Texas Steakhouse. Better luck next time.
Mark your calendars for our next meeting on March 17th. The speaker will be Bruce Crager, Executive Vice President, Endeavor Management. His topic will be Floating Production Systems — The Industry’s Best Solution for the Future. Your input and participation are needed.