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Newsletter Archive Mar 24, 2009
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The Rotary Club of Williamsburg

Newsletter

Williamsburg, VA USA
Rotary 07_08_Theme
Established October 18, 1924
Club No. 5848 District 7600
March 26, 2009
Williamsburg Rotary Club Rotary International District 7600
Tom Bowe, President D. K. Lee, President William D. Pollard, Jr DG
www.williamsburgrotary.org www.rotary.org www.rotary7600.org

 

Rotary This Week March 26th - Dinner and a fun evening out will be at the Corner Pocket in New Town this week where we will be holding our 3rd annual club Pool Game competition.   Come a little early and enjoy dinner before the tournament begins.  Money collected from our players will be added to our WRF funding in support our charitable giving for 2009.  Our host as usual for this evening of fun will be Bob Tubbs.  Good luck to all! 
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Rotary Next Week – Next week's meeting will be hosted by Brock Field.  Brock and his guest Jim Knicely, a local attorney & President of the Aquatic Center Development Commission will address "Building a World Class Aquatic Center in Williamsburg: Meeting Community Health and Economic Needs."
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Last Thursday's Meeting - Our diinner meeting last week at the Williamsburg Lodge featured Williamsburg's City Manager Jack Tuttle as our guest speaker hosted by Bobby Braxton.  Jack offered his insight into the growth and changes in our community as we enter 2009-2010.

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City Manager Jack Tuttle responding to questions from members on changes in the City's expansion.
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More photos from the evening meeting are posted on-line under menu item "Photo Albums"

 

Guest last weekCandace (Candy) Hamilton Velez - Retired from Airborne as a Lt. Col. and one of first women that were allowed to actually join the Airborne and parachute, was dinner guest visitor this week of Tom Morris, our membership Chair. Candy graduated from Radford.  Her brothers went to West Point and VMI if I’m not mistaken.  Candy is currently Financial Services Internal Compliance Auditor for First Command Financial Planning out of Fort Worth, TX now living in Williamsburg with East Coast responsibility.  Candy's grandfather, Ted Davis, was a past president of the only Rotary Club we are aware of that met routinely at a zoo - - the Sydney, Australia Zoo.  

 

New Check out new on-line web page - "Member Advertisements"

First advertisement:

Vacation week for rent: Jerry Moore has a Vacation Home in Duck, NC at www.ShipsWatch.com that will become available anytime from Wednesday 3/25 through next Friday morning April 3.  He is offering it to members only dirt cheap!  You can take it tomorrow or Thursday, or Friday or whenever and keep it till next Friday.  Please contact Jerry if you feel you can take it off of his hands for the week.  Price is negotiable. Jerry's email address is JerryMoore at mreco.net .

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Queen of Hearts as of: 19 March 2009
Dinner Guest Candy Hamilton Velez was raffle winner this evening, 

Being a guest, and not a member, no drawing for Queen of Hearts occurred. 
Forty (40) cards remaining.  ~ $300 for QoH now in the pot.  Good Luck!

 


THE FOUR-WAY TEST
Test of the things we think, say, or do:
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?


"Make Dreams Real,"
 
President Lee's theme reflects the world as he would like it to be – one in which children have the best possible chance at survival and the opportunity to reach their dreams.