Weekly Bulletin 5/30/19

May 30, 2019     Be An Inspiration!

 

May 23 program:

Safety and privacy on the social media is all about your own mindeset. Jamie Luck, as an employee of Linkedin, can see how hackers can get into your personal data. Not important to you? Even if you have nothing to hide, you should care about Internet privacy. We should all be considerate in knowing how to use the Internet, know the sites you are engaging with, choose software wisely, install ad blockers, consider the reputation of websites you browse, and do no place blind trust in the Internet. Jamie suggests using social media as a way to connect with people in real life.

 

May Programs (Joyce Henderson and Mike Luck)

May 2 – Elaine Jones, Court Appointed Advocate for Foster Cildren

May 9 – Catherine Dolan, Gateway Lab School

May 16 – Club Assembly in the Lobby

May 23 – James Luck, Linkedin; Privacy in Age of Social Media

May 30 – Beth Chajes, Citizen’s Climate; Local Action for Global Change

 

June Programs (Michael Smith)

June 6 – John Horne, Kids With Confidence

June 13 – Martha Hall, Dir. Innovation, UD Health Sciences

June 20 – Club Assembly – PE Hayes to give Goals for 2019-20

June 27 – No Morning Meeting – Annual Meeting 6 pm

 

July Programs (Laura DelPercio)

July 4 – No Meeting –  Happy Fourth of July!

July 11 – Debbie Gill, Mindfulness and Meditation

July 18 – TBA

July 25 – Club Assembly – In-Meeting Service Project

 

August Programs (Fred Dawson)

Aug 1 – TBA

Aug 8 – TBA

Aug 15 – No Morning Meeting – Visit Another Club Week

Aug 22 – No morning Meeting – Club Picnic

Aug 29 – No Meeting – Labor Day Weekend

 

Upcoming Events (need your participation)

May 29 – Discover Rotary night (5:30)

May 29 – Happy Hour (6:30) at the Courtyard

May 30 – Board Meeting

June 7 – James Groves High School graduation

June 21 (Friday) – Blue/Gold Game, volunteers needed

June 27 – Annual Dinner (no morning meeting)

 

50/50 Winner for May 23 – Our guy Les!

 

Board Meeting – May 30. All members invited to attend.

 

Outstanding Invoice?

Please pay any outstanding invoices before the Board meeting on May 30. Shawn needs to have all funds paid shortly in order to close the books for the Rotary year. Also, any additional donations to The Rotary Foundation should be made BEFORE June 29 to get credit for this year.

 

Close to being a Paul Harris Fellow, or one step higher?

See Fred Dawson if you want to become a Paul Harris Fellow or make an additional contribution to move one step up before this Rotary year ends.

 

What’s a Paul Harris Fellow, you ask?

We all make voluntary contributions to The Rotary Foundation with our quarterly invoices. When you reach $1,000 cumulative, you will be a Paul Harris Fellow. It can be done in one contribution or over a number of years. Ask Fred.

 

Cash or Credit?

Did you know you can get a credit card that earns money for The Rotary Foundation? A portion of each purchase you make with a Bank of America affinity card will benefit the Foundation, at no additional cost to you. The Foundation has received more than $8.6 million from the program since it was launched in 2000, including $3.6 million to support polio eradication.  Learn how to apply at My Rotary on www.rotary.org.

 

 

    Greeters                       Rotary Minute              Prayer

May 30 Tim Boulden                  Robert Foard                 Laura DelPercio

June 6 Robin Broomall                Doug Gordon                 Steve Fangman

June 13 Charlie Brown                Dennis Greenhouse        Robert Foard

June 20 Bob Cronin                    Elevyn Hayes                Donna Friswell

 

                    Sergeant At Arms Helpers

May 30              Tim Boulden and Charlie Brown

June 6               Eric Cannon and Fred Dawson

June 13             Laura DelPercio and Steve Fangman

June 20             Bob Foard and Donna Friswell

 

(If you cannot be here, it is your responsibility to find a replacement!)

 

Pun for the Week:

In a Democracy, it is your vote that counts.

In feudalism, it is your Count that votes.

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