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April 30, 2015

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Program for April 23
Anita Moos is the Marketing and Outreach Manager for the Newark Natural Foods Co-op. since 1967 the co-op has been serving the Newark community with organic, clean and wholesome foods, most of it grown locally. After incorporating in 1975, the co-op has had two homes in the city and has, just last week, moved into its newest home in the Newark Shopping Center in the old Newark Department store location. Not only the 3,600 household members but the general public, as well, are invited to shop in their newly expanded produce, spices, vitamins and minerals, dairy, healthcare, and grocery departments. Cafe 67 will be opening soon. The co-op continues to serve its customers with an organic grocery store, community outreach rooms, educational programs, movies and lectures. The popular summer open-air farmers market will return in the parking lot May 3 through November.

Upcoming Programs

(Polly Sierer - program coordinator)
April 2 – Mark DeShon, Newark Bicycle Committee
April 9 – Carla Grygiel, Memory Loss Program at Newark Sr. Ctr.
April 16- Classification Talks
April 23 – Anita Moos, Newark Natural Foods
April 30 – Mark Doughty, Glasgow Medical Aid Unit at STAR Campus

(Marie Holliday- program coordinator)
May 7 – Kay Keenan, Fund for Women
May 14 – Vicki Young Beam, Burundi Africa
May 21 – TBA
May 28 – Classification Talks

Upcoming events:

May 1,2,3 – District Conference, Baltimore Inner Harbor
May 3 – Archaeology and Heritage Festival at Iron Hill
May 9 – Stop Hunger Now w/HRMTP students
May 15 – Relay for Life
May 23 – Mystery Tour
June 23 - Food Bank of Delaware, 6-8 p.m.
June 25 – Annual Awards and Installation Dinner
Aug. 5 – Phillies Game
Aug. 6 – Annual Picnic, No morning meeting
Aug. 13 – Tour of JA, no meeting at Courtyard

50/50 – April 23 – Eric Cannon!

Welcome, Christopher Duke, our latest applicant!

Welcome baskets for camp counselors

Please bring your 40 specific items to the April 30 meeting and we will sort them into baskets. If you did not sign up to help, let Robin know this week.

Archaeology Festival needs you…

You don’t need to know the difference between jasper and flint. You just need to be a warm body eager to assist at the Iron Hill Archaeology and Heritage Festival, Sunday, May 3. Our club and several members have been huge supporters of the Iron Hill Museum and its programs over the years. Let Robin know what hours or jobs you can volunteer with.

Got Clean Hands?

The Board of Directors approved $100 for McVey Elementary School Nurse Marguerite Diehl to fund her hand washing project for kindergarteners. Not everyone comes to school knowing how to properly wash hands. The program teaches them the proper way to lather, scrub, and rinse, all to the tune of Happy Birthday (about 20 seconds long!). Germs away!

Mystery Dinner is no mystery to attendees

The annual Mystery Dinner Tour will commence on Saturday, May 23, at 4 p.m,, leaving parking lot of Pencader Heritage Museum. About one hour later we will arrive at a dining location of Steve Amick’s choice. So sign up with Steve for an enjoyable evening.

 

Date Greeters Rotary Minute  Prayer
April 30 Shawn Klapinsky Bill Sullivan Tim Boulden
May 7 Mary Konwinski Kevin Thomas Robin Broomall
May 14 Mike Laur Clinton Tymes Charlie Brown
May 21 Dallas Leveroni Steven Waidley Eric Cannon


Sergeant at Arms Helpers (set-up at 6:40, break-down after mtg.)
April 30 Kyle Sonnenberg and Liane Sorenson
May 7 Dan Spinosa and Bob Stark
May 14 Greg Stephens and Kevin Thomas
May 21 Clinton Tymes and Steven Waidley

Thought for the Week:

Employment application blanks always ask who is to be notified in case of an emergency. I think you should write “a good doctor.”

Can’t make our meeting?

I’ve learned that you shouldn’t go through life with a catcher’s mitt on both hands. You need to be able to throw something back.

All Rotarians are welcomed to attend another club’s meeting. Be prepared to pay for your meal and bring the makeup slip back to our secretary for attendance and invoice credit.

Mondays, 6:15 p.m., Homewood Suites, Rt. 896
Tuesdays, 7 a.m., ChesDel Restaurant, So. St. Georges Tuesdays, 7:30 a.m., Cokesbury Village, Hockessin Tuesdays, 12:15 p.m. Harry’s Savoy Grill, Wilmington
Tuesdays, 6:00 p.m., ???, Elkton
Wednesdays, 7:30 a.m., Pier One, North East
Wednesdays, 12:15 p.m., University and Whist Club, Wilmington
Wednesdays, 12:15 p.m., Frog Hollow Golf Club, Middletown
Thursdays, 7:15 a.m., Harry’s Savoy Grill, Wilmington
Thursdays, 12:10 p.m., Hotel DuPont, Wilmington
Thursdays, 12:15 p.m., Christiana Hilton, Christiana
Fridays, 7:30 a.m., University and Whist Club, Wilmington

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