Welcome to Sacred Heart of Jesus Men's Club Web Site
The Men’s Club offers a chance for men of the Parish to live out their faith, whether it is through service, fellowship, or prayer. All Catholic men of the Parish and non-Catholic spouses of ladies of the Parish are eligible to become members of the Men’s Club. The Men’s Club is devoted to promoting the Catholic faith, sociability, and supporting parish and community charitable efforts.
The Men’s Club meets on the second Tuesday of each month, September through May, at 5:00 PM in the Lower Hall of the Church. If you would like to attend one of our meetings simply contact one of our members and let them know you’d like to attend. It’s that easy.
We have two major fundraisers each year, a chicken bake in the fall and a fish bake during Lent. We support Jackson House, Samaritan Ministries, Paul Bewie Boys & Girls Club, McCauly Center Meals on Wheels, St. John’s School in Hot Springs,Our Lady of Fatima School in Benton, and Sacred Heart Christmas Baskets, among others. There are typically several men from the Club that are actively involved in most of these organizations.
On the social front, aside from our meetings, we start and end our year by inviting the spouses and widows of former members to our Kickoff Dinner in September and our Steak Fry in May. We also have a Christmas Dinner wiih wives and widows at our normal dinner meeting in December. We also have an annual trip to see the Arkansas Traveler Basebal team play at Dickey-Stephens Park in North Little Rock in May or June of each year.
Please join us.
On Wednesday, June 7, some 56 members, wives, and friends, boarded a bus, leavig at 4:30 PM, that would take them to Diskey-Stephens Baseball Park in North Little Rock to watch the Arkansas Travelers play the visiting Tulsa Drillers baseball team. The outing was facilitated by the Sacred Heart Men's Club, led by Program Director Buddy Dixon with much help from his wife, Martha. The trip over included singing "Take Me Out To The Ballgame" followed by distribution of a box of Cracker Jacks for each person on board. There were 4 prizes to be awarded to the persons that could best answer the questions about baseball posed by Buddy. How many baseballs, on average, are used during the 162 regular season games played by the 30 teams in the major leages? Also what is the cost of those baseballs? The answer was 157,950 balls, (closest without going over was Lynne Borber and 2nd place was Steve Fetcko) and the cost was $947,700 (closest without going over was Martha Dixon and second place was the Bowmans). The two winners and runner ups were given either a gift certificate donated by Last Chance Lakeside Cafe or a bottle of wine, donated by Cork & Bottle Liquor.
After the bus ride to Dickey-Stephens Park, the group enjoyed a dinner of hot dogs and hamburgers. At 7:10 PM the game started and unfortunately the Trvelers got beaten by a score of 7 to 4. The group boarded the bus heading back to the Village at 10:00 PM arriving at just past 11:00 PM.
A great outing. Much thanks to the Dixons for organizing the trip.
President Don Glinka introduced Program Director Buddy Dixon who then introduced the speaker for the evening, POA Board Chairman, John Weidert. John gave the POA Board's views of the future developments in the Village with a Power Point presentation, and answered questions from the attendees afterwards.
President Don Glinka presented the new slate of officers for the 2017-2018 year:
President - Oliver Field
!st VP - Rick Martinek
2nd VP - Steve Schramer
Treasurer - Bob Bowman
Secretary - Bill Patterson
Sergeant At Arms - Phil Salcido
Program Director - Buddy Dixon
The officers were elected by acclimation. Don Glinka thanked the retiring officers for their service and the program directors for their continuing service. After the 50/50 drawing by Bill Hartnett, Fr. Bill Elser lead lead the closing prayer.
|Dinner attendees at the Men's Club Fish Bake|
|Police Chief Ricky Middleton and Program Director Buddy Dixon|
The Sacred Heart Men's Club meeting on January 10, 2017 was attended by almost 80 members and guests. A barbeque dinner was served by Chef Johnna's. After dinner, Program Director Buddy Dixon introduced HSV Chief of Police Ricky Middleton who discussed safety in the Village. He pointed out that HSV was safer than any of the similar sized cities in the area. He also commented on the differance in policing in HSV, in that many of the calls they get for help (can't open doors, barking dogs, etc.) don't get answered in bigger cities but they are here. He took several questions about gun carry laws and gate security. See the meeting minutes posted on the website for more details on the meeting.
|Buddy Dixon introducing POA CEO Leslie Nalley|
The speaker for the evening was Leslie Nalley, CEO of the Hot Springs Village Property Owners Association. Leslie gave a very informative talk about the past and current demographics in the Village and the reasons behind trying to diversify the venues available. She then took questions from the audience.
After her talk Buddy Dixon, Program Director, led the 12 elves (including Fr. Bill) in the singing of The Twelve Days of Christmas. See photos in the photo gallery.
To view the annual singing of the 12 Days of Christmas, click the video:
|Men's Club Member Joe Lemmler presents $1000 check to Janie Smith of Jackson House|
$1500.00 Sacred Heart Church Basket Program
$1000.00 Jackson House in Hot Springs
$1500.00 Samaritan Ministries in Hot Springs
$1000.00 McAuley Center in Hot Springs Village
$1000.00 Cedar Mountain Boys & Girls Club in Hot Springs Village
$1000.00 St. John's School in Hot Springs
$1500.00 Our Lady of Fatima School in Benton
$1000.00 Catholic Schools Scholarship Fund in Little Rock
Be proud to be a member.
President Don Glinka
|Dr. Rodney Davis|
Dr. Rodney Davis, Chairman of the Urology - Oncology Department at UAMS in Little Rock, discussed the latest practices in the detection and treatment of prostate cancer. After Dr. Davis presentation, a short business meeting ensued and the meeting was adjourned shortly after 8:00 PM.
Click the Photos tab for more photos of this event.
|Linda Mayhood, HSV POA speaker|
Program Director Buddy Dixon announced that the speaker at the next meeting would be Dr. Rodney Davis, chairman of the Urology- Oncology Department at UAMS in Little Rock.
|Cline Tour Buses ready To board|
Arriving at the ballpark at about 6:00 PM, the group enjoyed a meal of hot dogs and hamburgers with all the fixins. After dinner the group moved over to the grandstand and watched as the Travelers were shut out thru 7 innings, before rallying in the 8th & 9th innings to win the game in the bottom of the 9th.
Great game and great trip. Thanks to all involved.