Weekly Bulletin Oct. 14, 2021

Oct. 14, 2021     Serve To Change Lives

If unable to attend in-person, please join us via Zoom (link sent separately). Please pardon us for technical complications as we are still working out the hybrid system camera/computer kinks.

IF ATTENDING IN PERSON AT THE COURTYARD, MASKS ARE REQUIRED FOR EVERYONE EXCEPT WHEN ACTIVELY EATING.

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.

STILL NEEDED!  Monthly program chairs are needed for  February, April, May, June, and July. Contact Anthony at anthony@diamondstatephotography.com. He will have the monthly schedule and outline of duties.

Meals of Hope Food Packing Saturday

Those who signed up to help pack meals for the District Day of Service will meet at the VFW in North East either at 10 a.m. or noon. Please be there a few minutes early to get your assignment. Bring your facemask. The VFW is on Turkey Point Road. After driving through the main street of North East, you will see the VFW immediately on the right as you leave town.

Flags For Heroes

Jason Lawhorn is working on getting help with installing the 500 flag holders so we will not need to break our backs! But help will be needed on Oct. 29 and 30th to assemble the flags and put on the sponsor tags. Stay tuned…..

Silent Auction BIDS NEEDED

The World’s Greatest Silent Auction is ready for BIDDING on line! Info will be sent in a separate email. We will have the items available for viewing at the World’s Greatest Meal at our meeting on Oct. 28. All proceeds will go to PolioPlus program of The Rotary Foundation. See Mike Luck if you have any questions.

TIPS for Proper Introductions:

When introducing a speaker please be prepared to follow the following TIPS for a professional presentation:
T –Topic of today’s program. One simple sentence will do.
I – Importance. Why should everyone listen to the speaker?
P – Personal details. What are the credentials of the speaker related to today’s presentation?
S – Speaker’s name. This is the ONLY time you will say their name. Be sure you know how to pronounce correctly. Then welcome the speaker to the podium with an extended hand for handshake.

 

Upcoming Programs

(October coordinator – Fred Dawson)

Oct. 14 – Louise Cummings, Exec. Dir. Supporting Kids

Oct. 21 – Caroline Jones, Kind to Kids

Oct. 28 – World’s Greatest Meal, fund raiser for PolioPlus

 

 

Oct. 16 – Meal Packing Event for Day of Service

Nov. 5 – District Foundation Dinner, register at rotary7630.org under Events/calendar

Nov. 6 – Flags For Heroes Ceremony, 10 a.m. at Newark Reservoir.

 

SEPT. 23, 50/50 WINNER – Bill Sullivan

              Greeter                   Rotary Minute              Prayer               

Oct. 14  Don Newcomb        Marie Holliday              Eric Canon

Oct. 14 Sgt At Arms Helpers: Paul Keely and Shawn Klapinsky

Oct. 21 Jennifer Pilcher         Jerry Holt                     Nancy Chase

Oct. 21 Sgt. At arms helpers Jason Lawhorn and Mike Laur

Oct. 28 Doug Rainey           John Hornor                   Bob Cronin

Oct. 28 Sgt. at Arms Helpers Christina MacMillan and Josh Martin

 

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

            

Thought for the Week:

“I am I” is reportedly the shortest sentence in the English language. Is it possible “I do” is the longest sentence?

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