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Newsletter - Current Jun 22, 2017
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The Rotary Club of Williamsburg

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   Williamsburg, VA USA
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         Established October 18, 1924                 
 
Club No. 5848   District 7600
 
 
June 21, 2017
 
Williamsburg Rotary Club   Rotary International   District 7600
Carol Beers, President   John F. Germ, President   Diane Hagemann, DG
www.williamsburgrotary.org   www.rotary.org   www.rotary7600.org

 

June 22: Transition of Officers and Board (beer & wine provided)

 

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On June 15, club members enjoyed the picnic at the Williamsburg National Golf Course,  In addition to traditional picnic fare, members enjoyed playing cornhole and practicing their golf swings.  Our thanks to Chris Eckols for arranging a perfect way to end our year.

June 8:   Samantha Huge, Director of Athletics at William and Mary, shared her vision for athletics at WM as well as the journey that brought her her.  Millie West, a former Rotarian, arranged for Huge's visit with us.   Pictured above with Millie West is Samantha Huge.  

                      

Meeting Schedule for June/July 2017

June 22:   Transfer of Officers

June 29:   No Meeting/July 4 (Consider attending Rotary Night at the Ball Park) (see below)

July 6:      No Meeting/July 4

July 13:    Lisa Brickey, Christopher Wren Society

July 18:    Joint Meeting/Dinner for District Governor at Kingsmill (see message below)

July 20:    No meeting (see July 18)

July 27:    Bruce Rodin


 

Nominating Committee

Our nominating committee has developed a slate of officers for the upcoming Rotary year.  The slate will be presented on June 22 for a formal vote.  Proposed new officers:  Sibilla Dengs (president), Peter Mellette (president-elect), Wade Quinn (Program Chair), Mike D'Allesandro (treasurer), David Kent (secretary).  New on the Board will be Will Hummell and Don Murfee, who will be replacing Roger Jones and Frank Ferrante, whose terms end this year.  All other positions will remain as listed on our web site. 

 

Rotary Night

On June 29, Yorktown Rotary is sponsoring Rotary Night at the Ball Park (War Memorial Stadium) in Hampton to support Polio Plus.  The Peninsula Pilots are playing the Edenton Steamers.  Game time 7:05 pm.  Tickets are $5, $2.50 of which will be donated to the End Polio Now Fund. Members who are interested in purchasing tickets may contact Tom Hunter at 651-675-7928 or tomd.hunter@gmail.com.

 

A Message from Wade Quinn

All four area Rotary clubs  will jointly host the new District Governor, John D. Padget, at a dinner on July 18th at Kingsmill Resort.  This dinner will serve as his visit to all four clubs, with Rotary members encouraged to attend.  Spouses/guests are also invited.  The cost for the dinner is $20 for members and $45 for spouses/guests.  Costs will be billed to the member's account.

 

Please take this opportunity to join the other clubs at Kingsmill for a different venue and different menu.  This meeting on July 18 will be in place of our usual meeting on July 20.  We will need a head count, so please respond to Wade Quinn at WGQwork@gmail.com by July 6th to indicate if you will attent and if you are bringing a guest. 

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Notice:

Mike D'Alesandro, our  Club Treasurer, has indicated that email quarterly dues notification have been sent.  If you have not received it or would like to change your email address, please email Mike.  Please pay dues as soon as possible so our cash flow is balanced.  Dues are due within 30 days of the invoice sent.  Thank you. 

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Foundations Supported Annually by Club Members:

(1) Williamsburg Rotary Foundation (WRF) - The WRF is building an endowment that will deliver an annual funding for our club's local grants that our members request in support of local charities.  Club members are encouraged to voluntarily donate at least $25 (minimum) each quarter with their dues invoice ($100 a year).  

(2) The Rotary Foundation (TRF) - The mission of TRF is to enable Rotarians to advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through the improvement of health, support of education, and alleviation of poverty through District, Global, and packaged grants.  TRF awards grants from funds that have accumulated from donations.  The funds are returned to our district after three years to support annual grant requests, whether local or global.  We also encourage donations annually to TRF of amounts no less than $25 per quarter (minimum).

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QUEEN OF HEARTS:: 

 

                    Come join the fun.......... in Queen of Hearts

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For a complete list of programs go to http://www.williamsburgrotary.org.  While you are on-line, don't forget we have an active Facebook page that you can visit for more information as well as many more photos.

 

If you visit our Facebook site,  you can offer your comments about a variety of issues, such as how we can improve our club, our site, or our activities in general.  Try to visit the site and help us improve our club so that we all can benefit. Tell your friends and neighbors about the site and be sure to invite them to view photos and offer their comments as well.  This may help us in expanding our membership. 

 

When you go to our Club Web Page you can access important information about Williamsburg Rotary and its members. Please do visit both our site and our Facebook.  Addresses and personal contact information are  limited to members only. 

 

Thank you,

 

Carol Beers

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1. Is it the TRUTH?
2. Is it FAIR to all concerned?
3. Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
4. Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?


"Rotary Serving Humanity"
 "In this new Rotary year, we all have a new chance to change the world for the better, through Rotary Serving Humanity."  Rotary International President John F. Germ in July's Rotarian Magazine.