Rotary Club of
Notable October 2nd In History
1864 – A Union cavalry column strikes Saltville in
Today's Greeter – Gerry Sheehan
Today's Prayer Bearer – Brian
Today's Program -
District Governor Knut
Rotary Last Week – Business Meeting
President Cathy Kelly - Said that St. Marks is attempting to
refurbish its steeple. A check has been cut for this. She also said that all
Rotary members are considered to be community leaders. President Cathy
also discussed the District
conference held this past weekend. It was both social and informational and as
mentioned before, it was great to get to know members of the clubs.
She said District Governors do work for Rotary
International, such as exchange students.
President Cathy also “pinned” new member Don Segaria at his
swearing in ceremony. Roy Spells also was presented with a handsome
“sombrero” at the meeting. (Or was this a holdover from
the district conference?)
Reminder – There have been 22 responses for shirts, etc. See.Gerry
Sheehan so he knows what items you want.
Community Closet – Old unusable clothes are being collected at
Student Exchange – Need volunteer. Josh
Brewer said one more student has to
be placed for this coming weekend.
Jack Emmer – 4 of Diamonds
There are 12 cards plus the
The pot now stands at:
Ron Salvatore – It was on
This Weeks Brags
Bill Stone, Cathy Kelly, Josh Brewer, Don Segaria,
Club Attendance Statistics
25th attendance – 26
September 2003 attendance – 62
Special Notes Of Interest
Again - Reminder! From Phillip Brillante Keep the fruit sale in mind. Encourage sales to other clubs. Visit other clubs to encourage them to participate in this fund raiser. Handout were distributed, so start selling now! Nov. 3 is the deadline, and the fruit arrives on Nov. 20
It’s hoped that each member will
sell at least 10 boxes of oranges or grapefruit.
Farmers Market T.O.H.
Parking lot opposite
starting again in the
Group Exchange Program Dinner
October 3 at
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