ROTARY FOUR WAY TEST
- Is it the TRUTH?
- Is it FAIR to all concerned?
- Will it build GOODWILL and better friendships?
- Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?
Diane and Paula Kadel attended the Wordsworth Graduation Ceremony which was very moving as some students were the 1st to graduate in their family.
Richard Meyers is happy that his twins have graduated from High School but will be in the poor house facing two college tuitions.
Bob King happy thanks to a suggestion by Pete Phillips we have new signs Clint Ehlers created (in a timely fashion) to promote Rotary at Events. Bob lost a $20 bet that the signs would be done in time for Music Fest.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY JUNE BABIES! (from June 6 mtg)
VISITORS / GUESTS
No visiting Rotarians but we had lots of guests for our program
Paul Kelly reported that one of our goals this year was to increase membership and we have added 11 new members.
Ambler Music Fest June 15 and 16 please see Pete Phillips if you can volunteer either day in the Beer Garden.
Change over Dinner July 11, 6:00 pm at the William Penn Inn $25.00 per person.
No LUNCH July 4th
Pike Fest September 15, 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
CLUB HELP NEEDED
Arlene Daniels has done a wonderful job this past year reaching out to everyone and getting them scheduled for the different lunch tasks (greeters, prayer, etc). We are looking for a volunteer to take this over starting in July. If you are interested in volunteering, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, starting in July, we will be assigning people to man the check-in table - taking money, checking off attendance and selling 50/50 tickets. This is a great opportunity for our new members to handle this as they will be able to meet all members and get to know them better.
And....as you all know, I have been SLOW in getting out the newsletters each week. We are looking for someone to volunteer taking this over. If you have an interest and are computer minded, reach out to me at email@example.com and we can discuss further.
The Ambler Rotary Board received an application from State Representative Kate Harper which is currently being reviewed.
Clint posed a BHAG (Big Hairy Audacious Goal) to the club to have 100 members by the time the club turns 100 years old in 2025. That gives us just 7 years to grow our club.
Linda Kennedy introduced Fur, Lemon, and Autumn exchange students. Fur and Lemon will be returning home and Autumn will begin her experience in Norway in mid-August. The girls are grateful for the opportunities they have received through Rotary.
STUDENT SERVICE AWARDS
Lee DeTato introduced three students who exemplify service during their tenure and their respective schools.