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Newsletter - Current May 24, 2022
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The Rotary Club of White River Junction, Vermont, USA

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 May 24, 2022

 Read "Rotary Members Honored"

                                                 The Rotarian, May 2022, p 60-61.


News Items:


Our Meeting:

 was held at the Town office and on Zoom.


    The Pledge to the Flag was led by President Carson. In the spirit of fun, Phil reqaled the members with the Kindergarten Song "Little Duckie Duddles". 

Quiet Moment:

    Ray gave us a moment of thanks for Rotary



Visiting Rotarians:

   No visitors 

Happy Dollars: Rotarian Ray served as Sergeant-at-Arms.

The following Rotarians were happy because:

* Carson - of the Silent Akuction, Visited home in Michigan, survived a Tornado.

* Scott H. - his daughter  is in Augusta, Maine serving an internship in Pharmacy.

* Nancy - Wayne is having fun at the dentist.

* Brett - Happy to be at his first meeting since coming home from India.

* Phil - he can report Gloria sold over 150 tomato plants to support the Hartland Food Shelf.

* Dave L. - the 10/100 is over; we made $1,785 on the ticket Raffle.

* David S. - he is on Zoom as a help to his schedule; the 10/100 was a happy event.

* Amanda - she is happy to be "not happy" and will make it up next meeting.

* Richard - the10/100 party and auction was good; of the break in the weather; fishing with his family which resulted in a trout dinner.

* Ray - the great party and auction are over

* Joe - of his family.


     No fines. 


     No Songs 

50/50 drawing:

     No drawing


     Rotarian Scott Hausler, Director of Hartford Parks and Rec, gave us an overview of Hartford's Nationally Accredited program and facillities by the National Parks and Rec Association. 

Scott used a power point program and made a very interesting presentation.



     President Carson asked permission to pay the Hotel Coolidge bill for the 10/100 - Silent Auction party.  It was moved, seconded and past.

      There will be no meeting next week as it is the fifth Tuesday.

      June 7 will be our next meeting 

      June 14 we will have visitors from South Africa.


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




      None admited to.

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


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, Scott Farnsworth, David F. Ford, Erin Fredieu,

Phil Hammond, Scott Hausler, Jan Hebert, Randy Hodge,

Richard Hoffman, Margo Howland, Carson Wenz, David LandryAaron MacAskill,

Brett Mayfield, Joe Major, Kipp Miller, Skip Nalette, Gayle Ottmann, Heather Potter,

Amanda Roberts, Nancy Russell, Wayne Russell, Aidan Saturley, David Saturley, PJ Skehan, 

Ray Stanford, Lynn Towne, Vicky Trombley, Brad Vail, George Wenz.      (29 COUNTED) 


   Rotarians in Service to the community:

   All who participated in the !0-100/Silent Auction Party

   Community members helping Rotary:


   Rotarians at Rotary Social Events:

 All who participated in the !0-100/Silent Auction Party

   Rotarians we missed:                 Are not highlighted above.



                                                         10 / 29 = 30% at the meeting.

Make UPs Reported



Notes by Phil Hammond                                                   River Log Construction by Phil Hammond

Editing by Gloria Hammond                                             Keyboarding and Email by Phil Hammond 



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