Rotary Club of
Meetings are held Thursdays at Hotel Thayer
June 24, 2004
Today’s Greeter – Judy Ferguson
Today’s Prayer Bearer – Bob Wilson
Today’s Program – Jack Emmer re: Paul Harris
New Club Officers Installed “Good luck, gang!”
At the installation Reception held on June 9th at the Thayer, the following officers and board of directors were installed for 2004-5:
President – Roy Spells Directors:
Pres. Elect – Bill Higgins Harold Spaeth
Vice Pres. – Dave Monroe Ren Wallen
Secretary - Steve Scott Bill Stone
Treasurer - Dave Weyant Judy Ferguson
Sgt. At Arms – Curt Brewer Cathy Kelly
Rotary Last Week
New President’s Meeting
Incoming President Roy Spells hosted the meeting; He thanked all for the turnout at the Installation of officer’s reception last Wednesday. The 100th anniversary of Rotary is rolling
toward us quickly, and there’s lots of work to be done. Membership was stressed, and Dave Monroe requests help in lining up guest speakers. Other items: August 19th the District
Governor will be here. RYLA has selected three students from James I. O’Neill H.S., and it is hoped they will be here. Also, the Ursula Jordan Memorial Scholarship will be awarded
to students Jerry Myers and Andrew Saylor.
District Governor Mike Martin sent an E- mail regarding the
study groups’ three week “adventure” in
3rd. Kate Squicciarini
3rd. Pat Flynn
3rd. Mike Herman – (Cathy Kelly)
George Toth – Former member – (He came equipped with his famous “razzin’ horn”. Led the brags, courtesy of Bill Stone .)
50/50 Drawing June 17th
Brian Andreichuk – 7 of spades.
“The pot grows heavy as the weeks pass by,
So buy a ticket and give it another try!”
(The pot is now????)
Ren Wallen – June 24th.
“Lets sing a happy birthday to good
If it doesn’t sound good
We’ll just have to sing it again!”
Brags – June 17th
(George Toth subbed for Bill Stone)
Jack Emmer, Ben Berillo, Curt Brewer, Kate Squicciarini, Bob Wilson, Bill Stone, Roy Spells, Dave Monroe, John McLellan, Dave Weyant, Mike Moss, Josh Brewer,
Gus Fishburne, Brian Andreichuk, Harold Spaeth, and Steve Scott.
Club Attendance Statistics
Membership - 48
June 17th attendance –?
June attendance- 55%
Special Notes Of Interest
Youth Exchange Letter – Either send someone to other country or post someone. $500.00 for outbound and $1500.00 for inbound students.
Notable Quote – On Summer:
“Who loves not more the night of June
Than cold December’s gloomy noon?
-Sir Walter Scott.
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