Guess what Members? It’s Leap Year. Which means extra, which comes from the Latin Extraordinus which means out of the order of things. Which is a bit strange since leap year is about keeping the order of things and not letting the untidiness of the solar year throw the calendar out of whack with seasons, weather, and sunlight. This leap year features an extra February Monday which is the second rarest leap day (followed by the much sought after extra Saturday). So this week, as you leap or jump or go out of order in order to maintain order, may your elevations be of Jackie Joyner-Kersee heights, your jumps be as showy as David-Lee Roths and may your order and disorder maintain each other at proper intervals.