Weekly Bulletin – 1/24/19

 

Bulletin for January 24, 2019 Be An Inspiration!
Jan. 17 program:
Founded in 1996, Fresh Start is the non-profit arm of Wilmington Women in Business, providing scholarships to local women with financial need. Current President Sarah Kenney-Cruz explained how many women could advance their careers if they had the necessary education. The organization started with just one scholarship and 20 years later more than $950,000 has been awarded. In addition to financial support, they provide mentors and support to help the women get their degrees. More than 90% of donations to Fresh Start go directly to scholarship recipients.

January Programs (Dennis Greenhouse)
Jan. 3 – Dennis Greenhouse, Office for Victims of crime
Jan. 10 – Report to the Community Kickoff with The Fabulous Cindi
Jan. 17 – Sarah Kenney-Cruz, Fresh Start Scholarship Program
Jan. 24 – Little Masters players
Jan. 31 – Club Assembly

February Programs (Fred Dawson)
Feb. 7 – Douglas Canfield Esq., Legal Service Corp. of Delaware
Feb. 14 – TBA
Feb. 21 – Melissa Steubing, Global Grant to Zambia
Feb. 28 – Club Assembly

Upcoming Events (need your participation)

  • RESCHEDULED Saturday Feb. 2 – Little Mastes Players perform in Gore Recital Hall
  • Feb. 9 – Meals of Hope Food Packaging event at Courtyard
  • Interact CapstonePresentations:
    Mental Health: March 21 and 22, 10:30 – 11 a.m.
    March 26 (Time TBD)
    Operation: Walk in Our Shoes: March 13, 6-8 p.m.
    Water Pollution: March 28, 6:30 – 8 p.m.
    Education in Poverty: Dec. 11 and March 14, 10:30 – 11 a.m.
    Sports in Poverty:March 15, 10:30 – 11 a.m., Sports Clinic (TBD)
    Presentations are in Newark Charter High School. All are invited.
  • May 4 – Relay For Life, Newark High School

50/50 Winner – Congratulations, Don Newcomb!

Please pause and say a prayer for the Amick Family today as we remember our dear friend and fellow Rotarian Steve Amick. Steve lived a full life of dedication to others. He passed away on Wednesday, Jan. 23. He will be missed by us all.

AD DEADLINE FEB. 28
Watch for the weekly emails from Cindi on ways to increase your ad sales for the 2019 Report to the Community. Remember to turn in your ad and money as soon as you receive it. And don’t delay in reaching out to your prospects. Time Flies!!!

New website up and running!
Check out our new website and all its great features. Not only will you see valuable info on US, but you will find the latest issue of our Report to the Community with easy to turn pages. The club bulletin is also there, so no excuses about not knowing when you have a job!!! Visit www.nmrde.org.

TIPS for Proper Introductions
When you introduce a speaker, please follow the suggested format:
T – Topic – What is the main topic for today?
I – Importance – Why should we listen to this presentation?
P – Person – Why is this person qualified to speak on this subject?
S – Speaker’s name. ‘Please welcome…’ This is the only time you mention the speaker’s name. And be sure you know the correct pronunciation.

                 Greeters         Rotary Minute         Prayer
Jan. 24   Michael Luck     Mark Sisk            Mike Reckner
Jan. 31  Josh Martin         Michael Smith     Paul Sayther
Feb. 7    Bill McNabola     Greg Stephens    Polly Sierer
Feb. 14  Tom Minto           Bill Sullivan         Mark Sisk
Sergeant At Arms Helpers
Jan. 24 Barry Baker and Tim Boulden
Jan. 31 Charlie Brown and Eric Cannon
Feb. 7 Bob Cronin and Fred Dawson
Feb. 14 Laura DelPercio and Seve Fangman
(If you cannot be here, it is your responsibility to find a replacement!)

Thought for the Week: Lessons learned the hard way:
You should never confuse your career with your life.

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