| President Susan Sheridan |
| President Elect David Cohen |
| Treasurer Linda Geery |
| Secretary Becki Roberts |
| Sergeant-At-Arms John Lemmon |
| Director, Administration & Membership Bruce Hester |
| Director, Administration & Membership Amin Elmallah |
| Director, Administration & Membership Robyn DeLong |
| Director, Club Service Richard Osen |
| Director, Club Service John Swentowsky |
| Director, Communication & Public Relations Mark Huffman |
| Director, Community Service & Outreach Becki Roberts |
| Director, Community Service & Outreach Todd Andrews |
| Director, Community Service & Outreach Virginia Wade |
| Director, Foundation John Shelby |
| To Contact Staff: RCS Staff ||
The Rotary office will be closed November 27th & 28th for Thanksgiving Holiday.
Posted by Stephen Heath on Nov 19, 2014
Sometimes it can be difficult for those of us who write these meeting reports to decide what to feature in our articles. Not this time. Tuesday’s annual Veterans’ Day program at the Red Lion Woodlake Hotel literally tells its own story more eloquently than any writer could.
So what I’m going to do is briefly describe how things unfolded and then treat you to the unabridged tributes to 10 members of our club who have set a very high standard for service above self. I do this for the people who were unable to attend, but suspect that those of you who were there will appreciate it too.
President Susan Sheridan convened the meeting. But after a few brief announcements (more about that later), she turned the meeting over to Past-President Tim “Top Gun” Pinkney, who did an excellent job of emceeing perhaps the best Veterans’ Day program in history; certainly the best in years.
And before going any farther, I should highlight the contribution of John Swentowsky, the softball-playing, camera-wielding Navy veteran who gets most of the credit for designing Tuesday’s outstanding program. His idea: Let fellow Rotarians tell the stories of 10 of our most notable veterans.
Here are those stories: ArmedForcesDayMeetingRecap111814.pdf (click on link)
Our annual Daughter's Day meeting is just around the corner. Be sure to RSVP on line or call the Rotary office. This is always a well attended meeting and one you will not want to miss. Bring you favorite ladies and enjoy the holiday festivities!
Posted by RCS Staff on Nov 19, 2014
November 25, 2014 - NO Meeting
December 2, 2014 - Marriott Hotel
December 9, 2014 - Red Lion Hotel
December 16, 2014 - Red Lion Hotel
December 23, 2014 - Daughter's Day - Red Lion Hotel
December 30, 2014 - NO Meeting
Posted by RCS Staff on Sep 10, 2014
The 2014 - 2015 club rosters are now available. You can pick up your copy at the meeting on Tuesday, or they are available at the Rotary office.
President Susan's Levels of Risk
$1000 - Bungee Jumping
$500 - Ultra Lighting
$250 - Whitewater Rafting
$100 - Bicycling
Cell Phone Fine - $100
Meeting Sponsor - $300