Your 2021-2022 Leadership Team:
President Joyce Henderson ;President Elect Polly Sierer; Vice President Anthony Santoro; Secretary Michael Luck; Treasurer Shawn Klapinsky; Sgt. At Arms Stewart Lee; Directors Paul Keely (Membership), Nancy Chase (Service Projects), Mike Reckner (Fundraising), Marie Holliday (Foundation), Robin Broomall (Administration); Immediate Past President Dennis Greenhouse.
WELCOME OUR NEWEST MEMBER, LYNN MEY!
Disaster Relief – Ukraine
If you want to make a personal donation, you can do through The Rotary Foundation at rotary.org under the link specifically for Ukraine disaster. OR you can donate through Disaster Aid USA, run by Rotarians with headquarters in our district. This is a Rotary sponsored organization. They are in direct contact with Disaster Aid International and their contacts in Poland and Ukraine to determine immediate needs. You can donate through their website at disasteraidusa.org.
Blood Bank Needs YOU!
A Rotary District 7630 campaign is underway to accept donations of blood at the Blood Bank. See flyer for information at https://www.dacdb.com/Rotary/Accounts/7630/Club/5922/Hero%20Blood%20Drive.pdf
By joining an E-Club, you can attend the weekly Rotary meeting on any day, and at any time of your choice. You’ll make immediate and valuable connections with community leaders around the world, in places with big challenges.
As a member of an E-Club, you will network with other professionals, use your current skills and learn new ones. Mentorship is one of the greatest benefits of Rotary s you will interact with people like Bill Gates, and leaders around the globe. You can choose your degree of involvement in creating projects or in helping run your Club. You can even learn new skills, such as public relations, social media, or fundraising. You’ll spend time at your computer or smartphone connected with new friends and community movers and shakers, worldwide.
Find a list of e-clubs at rotary.org.
(May program chair – Jennifer Pilcher)
May 5 – Carolyn Petrak, Ability Network Delaware
May 12 – SITE program w/Brandywine School District
May 19 – Alyssa Bortolotto, NCC Chamber of Commerce
May 26 – Club Assembly and Board Meeting
(June program chair – Doris Chan Leach)
June 2 – Samuel W. Heed Esq, & Dan Thompson, Kalmar Nycel Foundation
June 9 – Molly Giordano, Delaware Art Museum
June 16 – Club Assembly and Board Meeting
June 23 – NO MORNING MEETING Annual Installation Dinner
June 30 – NO MORNING MEETING – Dinner with Mandela Fellows
April 28 – 50/50 WINNER – Shawn Klapinsky
Greeter Rotary Minute Prayer
May 5 Jennifer Pilcher Polly Sierer Don Newcomb
Sgt. at arms Helpers Leann Moore and Don Newcomb
May 13 Doug Rainey Mark Sisk Jennifer Pilcher
Sgt. at Arms Helpers Jennifer Pilcher and Doug Rainey
May 20 Mike Reckner Bill Sullivan Doug Rainey
Sgt. At Arms Helpers Mike Reckner and Anthony Santoro
May 26 Anthony Santoro Clinton Tymes Mike Reckner
Sgt. at Arms Helpers Polly Sierer and Mark Sisk
(If you cannot be here, it is your responsibility to find a replacement!)
Thought for the Week:
There is nothing stronger than gentleness.