February 25, 2015 & March 4, 2015
Candy Lin - Former In-bound from Taiwan
Sue Tierney – Former member and host mom to Candy
Lexi Tierney – 2006-2007 Out-bound to France
Mira Johnson – Looking to get a Rotary Club started in Montgomery. First meeting is April 1st.
Justin Gifford – Edward Jones Representative looking for a club to join
Mary Daugherty – Aurora Noon Club
President Elect Training
PE Chris Olson collected socks, underwear and cash for said items that will be donated to the Salvation Army for veterans at PETS.
District Conference will be coming up April 24 in Davenport Iowa. Check the district website for details and to register.
March 16th we will have a Rotary Sunrise Foundation meeting to discuss grant requests received. The meeting will take place at 7am in the atrium meeting room in the lower level at Provena Mercy Hospital. Please enter through ER entrance.
The pot made it up to $439 and Mary Daugherty was the winner. She donated a portion of her winnings back to the club for a future project. Now we are back to a new deck.
PE Chris Olson went to Uganda on a mission trip and there is an opportunity for us to apply for district and global grants. Chris has contact with a club there and this is something we will look further into.
West Aurora High School Musical
This year’s production will be “In The Heights” and Julieta DelToro has made the cast as a freshman. Tickets are now on sale at www.dist129.org and the production will take place 4/23, 4/24, 4/25 in the auditorium at WAHS.
Bob and Cathy Andrini came to show all about the many species of birds in the Fox Valley. Visit their website by clicking on the link below.
“We are former teachers whose lifelong passion is the outdoors and everything in it - especially birds. Most days you'll find us engaged in some manner of birding, whether it's teaching classes, leading bird walks, or out watching birds for our own enjoyment.
When others witnessed our passion for birding and our willingness and skill in sharing our knowledge, they suggested that we make birding presentations to their groups. So we did.”