Meetings held at

The Presidential Banquet Center
4548 Presidential Way
Kettering, Ohio 45429

(937) 439-0610 ​


Map to Presidential Banquet Center

2018 / 2019 Meeting Schedule

Lunch served at 11:20
​​​​​** Luncheon and Night Meeting Speakers **​

​                                           Speaker                                                 Noon Ticket Table

09/10/2018                Bob Huggins / POY                                                        Roger Kaltenbach / Kent Meyer 
09/17/2018                Rick Chamberlain -  UD FB CoachUC                          
Tom Kavanaugh / Joe Meyer
09/24/2018                HS Football Coaches -                                                   
Gary Kiethley / Harold Miller

                                     (Alter - Centerville - Chaminade Julienne - Fairmont)
10/01/2018                Megan Duffy
- MU Women's BB                                   Joel Kelsey / Norm Miller
10/08/2018                Anthony Grant - UD BB Coach                                      Tim Kinner / Steve Morrison
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10/15/2018                Jack Owens - MU Men's BB Coach                              Jerry Kindle / Bob Muzechuk 
10/16/2018                Night Meeting - Carl Paganelli 

10/22/2018                Scott Nagy - WSU BB Coach                                        Tom Konicki / Ron Muzechuk
10/29/2018                Neil Sullivan - UD AD                                                      Ed Leschansky / Bill Myers
11/05/2018                Mike Pratt -
UK Color Analyst                                       Mike McCall / Dennis Newlin
11/12/2018                David Salyer
-  Miami AD                                               Bob Mittlestead / Tom Noland
11/19/2018                Bob Grant
- WSU AD                                                       Gene Monnin / Craig Norris                
11/26/2018                HS Basketball Coaches                                                 Jim Newby / Bill O’Neal

                                     (Alter - Centerville - Chaminade Julienne - Fairmont)
12/03/2018                Bill Hosket
- OSU BB Analyst                                       John Shiller / Jim Parrish

12/05/2018                Road Trip - WSU / MU BB Game
                Dwight Wallace - WVU Football Analyst                      Dan Schlagetter / Bob Penno   
12/17/2018                Mike Bohn - Univ. of Cincy AD                                      Russ Scott / Mike Perkins

​12/24/2018                NO MEETING

12/29/2018                Road Trip -UD BB Game 

12/31/2018                NO MEETING
01/07/2019                Eric Horstman - Flying to the Hoops                           Tom Seitz / Ed Phillips
01/14/2019                Katrina Merriweather - WSU Women's BKB Coach   Jerry Sokol / Tom Rau
01/21/2019                Shauna Green - UD Women's BKB Coach                   Nick Ungard / Dow Reichley
01/28/2019                NO MONDAY MEETING

01/29/2019                TUESDAY - Joe Lunardi ESPN Bracketologist         Harry Vearn / Bill Reynolds    
02/04/2019                Mike Dunlevy - Scholarship Advisor                            Mike Waggoner / Joe Rudolph
02/11/2019                Larry Hansgen - UD Basketball Announcer                 Gerry Weil / Dick Satterwaite

02/12/2019                Night Meeting - Ed Marinaro    

​02/17/2019                Road Trip - UD Women's Basketball 
02/18/2019                Hal McCoy - Fellow Agonian and Reds Reporter       Merle Wilberding / Heath Schlagetter
02/25/2019                Chuck Martin - Miami Football Coach                         Joe Zaidain / Dick Shane
03/04/2019                Tom Nichols - Dayton Dragons Announcer                 Fred Zechman / Joe Shock
03/11/2019                Alex Sogard - WSU Baseball Head Coach                   Brooks Adkins / Tom Silverii
03/18/2019               Jayson King - UD Baseball Coach                                  Bucky Albers / Bob Slouffman
03/25/2019               Jeff Price - Sinclair Baseball Coach                              Barry Baumgardner / Ron Smith
04/01/2019               Mo Egger - ESPN / WLW Sportscaster                          Nick Besch / Mel Smolik

04/04/2019               Road Trip  - Dayton Dragons Opening Day - 7:00 First Pitch -
04/08/2019​               Phil Castellini - President & COO - Cincinnati Reds    Bill Bolinger / Dick Stacey
04/15/2019               Kelly Combs - Athletes in Action                                   John Bongiorno / Ralph Stahl
04/22/2019               Mike Kelly - Asst. VP UD Athletics                                 Tom Brush / Bob Stone
04/29/2019               Tom Browning - Cincy Reds great (1984-1994)             Kevin Burch / Dave Storer
05/06/2019               Jeff Reboulet - Retired MLB Player/ Alter Grad            Rick Carper / Jim Stuart
05/13/2019               David Williamson - Dayton Triangles/NFL Field           Mike Ciccolella / Bob Surdyk

05/16/2019               2019 Awards Banquet - Mark Adams - ESPN Color Analyst
05/20/2019               POY                                                                                    Barry Clark / Tom Suttmiller

05/27/2019               Memorial Day

06/03/2019               Golf Outing at Walnut Grove

08/08/2019               Agonis Club Picnic – Moraine CC - 6:00 PM

​​​​                                                                                               HUMOR



Rule 9.k.34 - If a tree is between the ball and the hole, and the tree is deemed to be younger than the player,
then the ball can be moved without penalty.  This is so because this is simply a question of timing; when
the player was younger, the tree was not there so the player is being penalized because of his age. 

Rule 1.a.5 - A ball sliced or hooked into the Rough shall be lifted and placed on the Fairway at a point equal
to the distance it carried or rolled into the Rough with no penalty.  The senior player should not be penalized
for tall grass which ground keepers failed to mow. 

Rule 2.d.6 - A ball hitting a tree shall be deemed NOT to have hit the tree.  This is simply bad luck and luck
has no place in a scientific game.  The senior player must estimate the distance the ball would have traveled
if it had not hit the tree, and play the ball from there. 

Rule 3.B.3 - There shall be no such thing as a lost ball. The missing ball is on or near the course and will
eventually be found and pocketed by someone else, thereby making it a stolen ball.  The senior player is not
to compound the felony by charging himself with a penalty. 

Rule 4.c.7 - If a putt passes over a hole without dropping, it is deemed to have dropped.  The Law of Gravity
supersedes the Rules of Golf. 

Rule 5. - Putts that stop close enough to the cup that they could be blown in, may be blown in.  This does
not apply to balls more than three inches from the Hole. No one wants to make a mockery of the game. 

Rule 6.a.9 - There is no penalty for so-called “out of bounds.”  If penny-pinching golf course owners bought
sufficient land, this would not occur.  The senior player deserves an apology, not a penalty. 

Rule 7.G.15 - There is no penalty for a ball in a water hazard, as golf balls should float. Senior players should
not be penalized for any shortcomings of the manufacturers. 

Rule 8.k.9 - Advertisements claim that golf scores can be improved by purchasing new golf equipment. 
Since this is financially impractical for many senior players, one-half stroke per hole may be subtracted
for using old equipment.

Please advise all your senior friends of these important rule changes and keep multiple copies in your
golf bag.  Those not following the rules need to be provided a copy.

Golf is...above all...a game of integrity.

Play your best in 2019.


                                                                                       INTERESTING OBSERVATION

1 The sport of choice for the urban poor is BASKETBALL.
2 The sport of choice for maintenance level employees is BOWLING.
3 The sport of choice for front-line workers is FOOTBALL.
4 The sport of choice for supervisors is BASEBALL.
5 The sport of choice for middle management is TENNIS.And... 
6 The sport of choice for corporate executives and officers is GOLF.

                                                                                   THE AMAZING CONCLUSION:

The higher you go in the corporate structure, the smaller your balls become.
There must be a boat load of people in Washington playing marbles.​​