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Rotary Club of Kirksville
Program: Club Business Meeting
Christine led our club in some strategic planning for the coming year.  Her goal is to get a system in place that gives people an idea of what all the different committees are, what the committee member responsibilities are,  and help fill those committees for the coming year.  We have a handful of people that are heavily involved and some of our committees are "committees of one".  Sharing the load more widely would make each person's load a little lighter, but it is important to give people a better understanding of what is needed and what they are signing up for.  Stay tuned for more information about committee needs and please think about what you are passionate about in Rotary and find a way to get involved in that mission or sub-committee.
 
Our club also presented a $2,500 check to Days for Girls this morning! 
 
 

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ANNOUNCEMENTS
 
Shoes for orphan souls in Kirksville donated 98 pairs of shoes.  The District set new record this year with 18,819 pairs of shoes donated.  North Star club gave 1.7 miles of shoe laces! Thanks to all that helped in this effort.
 
District Four Way Speech Contest - Two Kirksville students finished in the top three.  Meg Howard won Second and Joseph Doman won 3rd.  Thanks to Larry and everyone who had a part in making this such a successful event again this year.
 
CVA After Hours coming in a couple weeks - see the flyer below:
 
 
Blessing Bowl: Martin Stitzer - absent!
 
We had no visitors this week.  Bring a friend next week to learn about the Data Science Program at Truman!
Upcoming Events:
 
 
 
May 4th:          The Mason’s child ID program 10AM-4PM. Contact Christine S. for more information.
May 4th:          Strategic planning meeting for the Club.  More information on time and place to follow as
                          the event gets closer.
May 9th:          Regular Club meeting.  Matt W. and Wayne B. will greet us and Jeff A. will lead us in
                           prayer.
May 11th:        Power of Women in Rotary.  More information will be coming in future newsletters.
May 11th:        YMCA Strong Kids Campaign Dueling Pianos event, at the Shrine Club. Corporate
                          Sponsorship is $1,500 and VIP Sponsorship is $1,000.  Sponsorship gets you 8 seats and
                          lots of extra perks at the event.  Contact Jim Bergman for details.
May 16th:        Business After Hours hosted by the Dukum and CVA at the Dukum Inn.  5-7PM, with a
                           brief program at 6PM.
May 16th:        Regular Club meeting.  Martin S. and Andrea O. will greet us and Christine S. will lead us
                           in prayer.
June 25th:       New Officer Installation - details to come as time gets closer.
July 6th:          Pancake Breakfast.
August 10th:   Movie in the Park hosted by our club.  WonderPark is the movie.  More details will come
                           as the time gets closer to the event.
APRIL 18th , 2020 - REVERSE RAFFLE!
 
 
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DAFFY DOLLARS:
Christine S. put in for a good weekend and sun…hopefully. Shirley B. is driving to Saint Louis this afternoon.  Pat K. put in for a nice day. Doug N. said that he missed last week, and put in a dollar for prom goers. Linette P. put in for the loss of Harriet Beard and said she is going to What Cheer on Friday, then to Des Moines to see family.  Sue S. missed a lot of events and is happy to be back. Marilyn R. put in for Jim B. and his family, Nevins and Beard families too, and for Pat K.’s work on upcoming grant.  Joe S. put in for the Cardinals, and having another nephew or niece on the way. Steve P. put in a dollar for a safe and fun prom season.  Rick S. put in for all the great people and families that have passed or lost loved ones, and for the Cardinals.  Joe N. put in for Harriet and Jim’s mother.  Wayne B. put in a dollar for the Royals.  Larry B. put in $5 for all the grieving families, and said that the National accreditation for Adair County Ambulance District just took place and his team received a perfect score!  Tory P. said this week is the last home soccer game. Jon P. put in for all those families that lost loved ones, and said he put in a concrete patio out his back porch – no more mud.  Janet G. put in for all the Rotarians help with shoe drive, and for her store making the Founder’s award for the third year in a row.  Jaren H. put in for the newsletter, and for his parents coming to town next weekend for son’s baptism. Jim B. put in for the memory of his Mother, for finding out he is having a new granddaughter, and for Dr. Novinger.  Elsie G. put in $20 to match Jaren’s son’s artwork donation to the club, and for Rotaract kids helping with Days for Girls, as well as the losses of our friends.  Terry C. for all the losses, travel to Portland, business after hours in two weeks at the Dukum Inn, and for the Cardinals. Ernie L. put in for the rain and for the garden.
UPCOMING PROGRAMS:
 
 
May 9th:       Dr. Kevin Minch - Data Science
                       Coursework at Truman
May 16th:     Kristin Rouner - YMCA Strong Kids
                       Campaign
May 23rd:    Cory Landon - Summer Reading
                       Program at Adair Co Public Library
 
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