Rotary Club of West Point-Highland Falls, NY

Meetings are held 7:30 a.m. Thursdays at Hotel Thayer

February 12, 2004


New slate of Officers Chosen:

Roy Spells, President          Board of Directors:

Bill Higgins, Pres. Elect         Harold Spaeth

Dave Monroe, Vice Pres.       Ren Wallen

Steve Scott, Secretary             Bill Stone

Dave Weyant -Treasurer        Judy Ferguson

Curt Brewer, Sgt At Arms     Cathy Kelly


Today’s Greeter – Todd Browne

Today’s Prayer Bearer – Cathy Kelly

Today’s Program – Open meeting.


Rotary Last Week        

Joyce Evans and Phyllis Murphy of the Garden Club gave a very interesting look at the Club’s accomplishments in its 25-year existence. Dedicated members, some in their 70s and 80s are still active. Constitution Island’s floral beauty is also under their watch. A plan to engrave the (tomb) stone in memorial park and blacktop the park is in the works. Funds, of course are needed. $3000.00 would help.


Visiting Rotarians



Club Postings




Steve Evans


50/50 Winner –01/29/04           

Bobbie Fallon was the winner. She drew the King of Clubs. Pot is??



Harold Spaeth – February 13th. 

“With the holiday’s ended, we’re all


 So let’s sing Happy Birthday

       To our good friend Harold!”                  


This Weeks Brags (02/05/04)        

Bobbie Fallon, Dave Monroe, Joyce Evans (Speaker) Cathy Kelly, Jim Whaley, Brian Andreichuk, Kurt Brewer, Harold Spaeth, Mike Moss, Ben Berillo, Jim Donnelly, Roy Spells, Al Fox,

Dave Weyant.


Club Attendance Statistics

Membership - 47

February 5th attendance – 20

February attendance- 41%


Special Notes Of Interest

Mike Moss  -The art show is great.  Don’t miss it! Still in Eisenhower Hall until March 7th.

Phil Brillante –No further word yet from Gene Boleslovski re: get together with Florida clubs.                                                       

February 21 – There is a Rotary membership workshop at Vassar. Meet other clubs, etc.

Scholarships Scholarships for the high school are in the mail.

Youth Exchange Letter – Either send someone to other country or post someone. $500.00 for outbound and $1500.00 for inbound students.

Looking Ahead – The Dinner Theatre is on April 17th 2004 in Eisenhower Hall. – (Dinner 5:00 p.m., Showtime 8:00 p.m.) Enjoy “The Sound of Music” after a good meal!

District 10 food pantry: Join the “feed the hungry” campaign. Bring your canned goods, etc. in with you this month.  Tuna, peas, dry packaged goods are also requested.

Walden Club – Sponsoring a fundraiser on March 7 in Paramount theatre in Middletown, NY. Al Roach – 3 Irish sopranos’.

Poughkeepsie Club – A group study going to Brazil in May for 3 weeks. If you’re between 25-40 years of age and interested, shout!

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