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Newsletter - Current Feb 12, 2019
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The Rotary Club of White River Junction, Vermont, USA

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 February 12, 2019

                                                 Read "After the Storm"

                                                 The Rotarian, February 2019, p 28-39.


News Items:


Our Meeting:



    The Pledge to the Flag was led by President Rich. The song "America the Beautiful" was led by Phil. 

Quiet Moment:

 Gayle gave the invocation.


    Shannon Johnson, Timothy Hebert and Students of the Month.

Visiting Rotarians:


Happy Dollars: Rotarian Ray Stanford performed his service as Sergeant-at-Arms.

The following Rotarians were happy because:

* Jim - of the Super Bowl Champs

* Wayne - sad as his oldest granddaughter has a severe concussion.

* Dave L. - 89 kids participated in the Fishing Derby.

* Phil - He is happy.

* Aaron - he is happy because Phil is happy.

* Kipp - he and Liz celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary

* George - he can celebrate!  

* Steve - his mom is home from the hospital.

* Ray - to pay the $3 to sing Happy Anniversary.

* PJ - he attended the Windsor Rotary and won a bottle of Vodka.


Late:                                                                      Cell phone:

No Pin:                                                                  No Badge:   Rich

Leaving Early:

Member proposed Fines:

50/50 drawing:

A student drew Dave Landry's number. Dave chose a white heart shaped rock and did not win the "pot".  


     Rich explained the Rotary Scholarships and Awards for the students. Hartford High School students and Hartford Area Career and Technology Center students can apply for them.


     Technical difficulties do not allow the pictures of the Students of the Month to be included.

The students winning the recognition are listed below.


    President Rich led the 4-Way test and the Rotary motto.





 Kipp and Liz Miller celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary. We sang in their honor.

Students of the Month:  Honored every month between October and May on the second Tuesday at the Hartford Area Career and Technology Center.

Hartford High School

Shannon Johnson presenting

Alexis French - Science 

Jonathan Dombroski - English

Holly Moore - Physical Education

Eleanor Hinckley - Social Studies

Katherine Trombley - Mathematics

Ethan Preston - Independent Learning Ctr


Hartford Area Career and Technology Center

Timothy Hebert presenting

Benjamin Sullivan

Andara Greenstein 


Service Above Self Awards:  Presented two or three times a year to high school students who have served their community in a vounteer program.



   Members at the meeting: are highlighted below.

David Briggs, Lori Brown, Stephen Dotson,  David F. Ford, Erin Fredieu, Jeremy Greeley, 

Phil Hammond, Scott Hausler, Renee Hebert, Richard Hoffman, Margo Howland,  

David Landry, Aaron MacAskill, Joe Major, Kipp Miller, Kelli Morneau, Skip Nalette, 

Gayle Ottmann, Jim Rostron, Nancy Russell, Wayne Russell, David Saturley, Lisa Saturley,  

PJ Skehan, Ray Stanford, Brad Vail, George Wenz.   13 out of (27) 


   Rotarians in Service to the community:

   Community members helping Rotary:


   Rotarians at Rotary Social Events: 

   Rotarians we missed:  are not highlighted above. 


                                                         13/27 = 48% at the meeting.

Make UPs Reported


Notes by Gayle Ottmann                              River Log Construction by Phil Hammond

Editing by Gloria Hammond                         Keyboarding and Email by Phil Hammond.



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