TOPS MEMBER'S ACTIVITIES
|Some Tops members have hobbies to help distract themselves from the kitchen. Some include physical activities, some include other hobbies and some include get-togethers. This page is dedicated to our Tops members who do things outside of the chapter meeting. Please send me your photo and story of your “outside-the-meeting” activities. email@example.com|
Coleader-AZ 0368 Yuma
October 3, 2014 Missy ran her 3rd 5k
TOPS MEMBERS GET CHUMMY
Buck and Marilyn Gartin
TOPS WA 459, Bremerton
Old Friends Get Together!
Ex Leader of WA276, Silverdale, Terry Carney
visits Ruth Gerou in nursing home
while vacationing in Bremerton from Connecticut.
Terry moved away 7 years ago!
|Members of TOPS Chapter CA82 El Cajon recently celebrated|
the 70th birthday of their Weight Recorder, Anna Gravener
| Long time member, MARILYN SIPILA GARTIN TURNS 80|
Happy Birthday Marilyn!!
Left to Right: Becky, Anna, the birthday girl and Leader, Nan
Marilyn cutting the cake
Marilyn enjoying a piece of cake
Marilyn and hubby Buck
WONDER WOMAN!!!! Janine Zietlow Tops member from WA0049, Moses Lake
|They say a picture is worth a thousand words and these photos sure tell the story!! One gets the impression that Janine had a great time at this Triathlon Event. Makes you want to get out and exercise, doesn't it???|
SNOW IN SUNNY SEQUIM??? Sure is!!! About 6 inches!! (Nov 22nd)
Tops Member (WA1135) Luella Hillby enjoys the snow in Sequim
TOPS Member, Dana Suttell, spends her spare time
making and competing in Kite Events.
She has won many awards.
Area Captain, Janice Lemke and Mia Pratt from WA0642 Federal Way show that you can do a triathlon at any age and shape. They both finished in under 2 hours, 30 mins. In case you are wondering they will tell you Lake Washington is "COLD" in September with no wetsuits.
Tops Family Does the Relay for Life Walk...a team event to help fight cancer.1.
|TOPS Member Amber Denning's Remarkable Weight Loss Success Story|
|This is Marilyn Gartin WA459, Bremerton.Marilyn did the program at Tops one morning using her dogs. The program was about attitude, exercise, shopping for healthy foods, getting enough sleep, and entertainment. By doing all the things she suggested, a member could be a Kops Chapter Queen. The dogs demonstrated this by one of them sitting on a throne and the other bowing to the queen. Afterwards they waved bye-bye. Marilyn says Molly and Tammy are very easy to train. They have been training for 18 months. Marilyn stays very active with her dogs. Just one thing a person can do to stay out of the kitchen and away from the fridge.|
Marilyn Walking The Dogs
Marilyn, Molly and Tammy
Molly and Tammy win prize
for best Handmade Costume
Good Golly Miss Molly
|THE CHALLENGERS MEET AGAIN TO CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS|
The Challengers meet at Trophy Lake in Kitsap Co. for a holiday luncheon and cookbook exchange. L to R: Pat Bozarth, Lori Juvik, Liz Best, Gail and Bill Rocheleau, Leta May Taylor, Sandra Jech, Bill Bozarth (back) Gerri Bachman, Kendra Machen, John Sipila (back) Buck and Marilyn Gartin, Deb Kuney and Karen Jacobs Elton. Not pictured: Bettie Willingham, Pat Foust, Karen Fortner, Laura Genoe and Donna Darr
The Challengers enjoyed a wonderful lunch, fellowship and a cookbook exchange.
Deb Kuney plans her next meal.