June 26 EOY “Celebration and Fair Meeting”

Come by 12 noon for Fellowship and Visit the Display Tables
(Committees and Projects)
 Enjoy Appetizers  —  Enter Drawings for Door Prizes

Our Meal: A combination of the Appetizers and Sandwiches, Chips and Fruit.
Dessert will be at the end of the meeting at the Display Tables.

We recognize the many key leaders of our 2016 – 2017 Rotary Year:.
RI Service Areas of Community, Youth, Vocational, International, Club.
  And we present these Special Awards:
Rookie of the Year;  Rotarian of the Year;  Nicholas Fagan Award

Door Prizes:  PH Points, History of Durham Rotary Books,
Centerfest VIP family pack,  One registration for a summer camp,
International Gifts,  Alzheimer’s Items, Rotary Eco-Friendly items,
Rotary Caps, Mugs, Tote Bags

“Celebration & Fair” – June 26

  “End of the Year” Celebration Meeting
12 Noon — 12:30:   Visit the “FAIR”
     Enjoy Appetizers
Enter Door Prizes Drawings

Information about the 5 Categories of Service
— Community Service
— Youth and Education Service
— Vocational Service
— International Service
— Club Service

12:30  “Celebrate” at the Meeting
Light Luncheon with Awards & Installing Officers

Close of Meeting:  Re-Visit Displays
   Enjoy Dessert — Pick Up Door Prizes

“Service Above Self” – Volunteer Recognition

On June 5, we recognize these members for Projects in March – May
Student Video Conference to India                Tom Bagby,  Michael Tharp
Books on Break                                            Michael Tharp,  Jenny Levine
RYLA                                                              Chris Hyland                               

Previous Recognitions, 2016 – 2017:
Projects in July — Aug
Fill That Bus                                     Michelle Young, Marge Nordstrom
EDCI Summer Camps                    David Durack,  Harvey Sellner,  Ellen Cassill
Projects in Sept — Nov
Centerfest                                          Lisa Miles
End Alzheimer’s Walk                    Doug Koenig
CART Challenge Days                     Marie Baker
End Polio Walk                                  Geraud Staton
Salvation Army Bell Ringing          Mal White, John Cross, Patrice Nelson
Projects in Dec – Feb
MLK Meal Packing                           Carver Weaver
Alzheimer’s Caregivers Lunch        Nancy Gordon, Emily Page, Nancy Marks
MLK Meal Packing                            Carver Weaver
Salvation Army Bell Ringing           Peter Jacobi

EDCI Summer STEAM Camp, June 19 – Aug 4

Classroom Volunteers for EDCI STEAM Camp — Mornings, 9:15 – 11:15!
We have another opportunity, as we did last summer, to work with classroom teachers in the EDCI STEAM Summer Camp. This is a free day camp for rising 3rd – 5th grade students in East Durham.   Classroom volunteers assist students in a variety of hands-on STEAM activities led by a professional/educator. during the 9:15 – 11:15 morning sessions. You can play a vital role in encouraging and inspiring the students!  Sign Up Genius Link here and Web Page:   http://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080f44a8ae2da7f49-volunteers

CART Buckets Challenge

CART Total is now at $4,224.23 for our Rotary Year.
Our Challenge Goal for the end of this Rotary year is $5,000.
On May 9, CART awarded 6 research grants for a total of $700,000.
It is apparent we are participating in something very big!

On May 8, we collected $167 (about $1.40 per member).
If we donate at least $167 at each of our remaining 5 meetings 
in May and June, we will reach our goal of $5,000 by the End of the Year.

Our Challenge Days were great:  Aug 5 = $661;    March 6 = $1,142.
So. let’s make a big splash this Monday with coins and paper money!

Flags of Rotary Clubs Worldwide

We can now be more aware of the International nature of Rotary, thanks to President BC’s goal of having international flags on our tables to represent the many countries where Rotary has clubs.

Sets of 7 international flags, 96 countries,
will be on our lunch tables.  And this is not all of the countries!