SUNRISE ROTARY CLUB
7/26 – Alan Beers
– John Wall (SAR Report)
8/2 – Harvey
8/9 – James Binbaum
MINUTES OF JULY 19,
QUEEN OF HEARTS: The
pot is now $ 125. John Wall drew the Queen of Diamonds.
OUR EXTRA SPECIAL
GUESTS: Anthony and Nicholas Mazzarro (future Rotarians…)
Board Meeting will be held July 25th at 5:30 at
Harvey Berk’s office combined with Fundraiser Committee (Dave and Alexandra).
REMINDER: Please remit your dues of $175 before the end of July.
July 25th there will be a Fundraiser Committee
meeting with Dave and Alexandria at Tom’s home.
Attached is the draft of our 2011-2012 budget. Tom will
review this with Laura and more will follow.
Committee Chair Persons: Anyone who wants to get anything
done this year must speak up now.
Marie Lorenzini regarding International Committee: Tom gave
her a letter regarding simplified grants; he will work with Marie towards this
There will be a District Interact Conference on October 22,
2011 to be held in Fishkill. Tom will peak to Jim Vitale re: CHSS Interact
Spring Valley barbeque is on August 10th at 8:30
and Congers Italian Festival will be held October 2nd.
We will set a date for our 2011 Pancake Breakfast shortly.
Poughkeepsie Club is having a Poker Run….sounds interesting. When?
Tom read a thank you letter from Barbara Kohlhausen for our
recent contribution to Meals on Wheels.
presented a wonderful program regarding
characteristics of generations from 1904 to the present which also pertains to
the generations involved in Rotary. Each
of the different values, views, etc. help form our Club created with different
Each of us commented, nodded/shook our heads and smiled at the
changes that have taken place since 1904 to the current generation. We all
agree we hope that personal interaction will continue even with the “wonder” of
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK:
“ROTARY MOTTO OF TOLDERANCE OF DIFFERENCES”
“Rotarians in all countries (and within our local Club I
might add…..) should recognize that some activities and local customs may be
legal and customary in some countries and not in others (ditto for the
generations……..), Rotarians should recognize these facts and there should be
thoughtful avoidance of criticism of another country (member). As we strive to strengthen the bonds of
understanding, good will and friendship, these policies still provide good
advice and guidance (within Rotary and our own personal and business lives as