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Newsletter - Current Oct 17, 2017
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Volume 10 Date:  October 17,2017                  Issue 15  

Our Next Week's Meeting:  Students of the Month


Last Week's News: 


Guests and Happenings:  

         ~Rotarians -  Jim Rini - Portsmouth

         ~ Guests: -  None


Club News:  Volunteers and Donors needed. Volunteer support especially needed in the

                     after 4 pm time slot



Meeting: Club Assembly

                 Today was Club Assembly. Marie reported that she and Dave were working on the update to the Club Bylaws and should be ready to present them at the next Board Meeting. Rotary International has revised the standard Club Constitution and also the format of the Standard Club By-Laws and the Clubs are required to make the necessary changes and implement them both.


It was proposed that the Club"purchase" a brick on the new patio of the 2nd Christian Church as a club Visibility Initiative, the Club approved the purchase of a larger size brick to be engraved with the RI Wheel and the Club name for $150.


President Linda requested Maryna to give a "Classification Talk", a Classification Talk is a short talk about oneself, one's vocation, and interests made usually soon after joining a club and sometimes also by "seasoned" members as well, so the club members get to know more about each other. Maryna certainly held the club spell bound.



  Maryna is from Belarus, when asked she sometimes tells people "Russia" because so few people know where Belarus is. Maryna told us a little about her "village" (about 10,000 people) and her early life.


Maryna got into college early in Minsk, the capital city of Belarus, and did well enough with her involvement at school to get a full scholarship. She traveled to the US on a student visa and was working at the Weathervane when she met and married her husband. She dropped out of school with one year to go. She got involved with Subway. She says her aim originally was to move to a big city (NYC?) but each time she thought she might, she was offered more responsibities and opportunities ~ I believe I heard that she now handles marketing for about 114 stores,  and then picked up more responsibilities with the Aroma Joes. She had to "Scoot" out early because she was mentoring students at Traip on motivation.  She and her husband have two daughters who we had a chance to meet when they joined us at our last "5th Tuesday social.

A real "go-getter", Maryna is definitely a great asset to our community and our Club.


But she doesn't like having her picture taken while she talks :-) 


50-50 Raffle:  50% of the pot goes for club administration and 50% goes to the

               lucky individual if raffle ticket is chosen and they select the one joker hidden

               in the ever  decreasing deck of cards. If the joker is not drawn then the pot rolls

               over to the next week.

Pam Gray's ticket was drawn this morning, giving her a shot at the now $414 pot     


Awww! But "She is a winner for having played the Game!" 


Upcoming Programs:   

               Oct 19 ~ Red Cross Blood Drive

               Oct 21 ~ KCC Halloween Party 10-1

               Oct 24 ~ Students of the Month September & October

               Oct 31 ~ 5th Tuesday TBA

               Nov  7 ~ Baltic Trip

Birthdays:  Deb ~ October  19 , Brad ~ Oct 27


Anniversarys:  Myra & Bill ~ Oct 25


Club Reminders:

                Happy/Sad Dollars on Student of the Month meetings goes to fund

                  our Third Grade Dictionary Project

                 Happy/Sad dollars during other meetings will go to refreshments

                           at the Holiday Parade


Do not forget to regularly check the calendar of our Web Site for long term schedules and the photo Album for updates on our Program pictures and Activity pictures.






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