Rotary Club of Kirksville-Thousand Hills
21 November 2019
PROGRAM: The Color Code Personality Test; 
Jaren Hafen
Jaren Hafen talked about Taylor Hartman’s color/people code, which is similar to the true colors personality test our RYLA attendees get acquainted with.  The test is meant to help people understand what motivates others, differences in personalities, and how once you figure out what motivates people you can have better interactions with them and work better together. Color code is based off what motivates people – your driving core as Hartman says. Power, Intimacy, peace, fun. are the four core things that drive all people, according to the color code. 

Red – motivated by power. Energetic. Assertive.
Blue – motivated by intimacy and connections with other people. Thoughtful.
White — generally quiet people and motivated by peace.  Very logical and not so emotional.  Will not share what they are thinking unless you ask.
Yellow – live in the moment.  Want to have fun.
Take the 45 question personality test at to figure out what is your main soruce of motivation. 
Happy Birthday to Linda Bowers!
Jim B. ran in to Mark Krueger.  He is doing well and said to tell everyone Hello.
Below is the list of greeters for the first half of 2020.  if you are on here and do not wish to greet or pray please let Steve P. know and you will be taken off.  If you are on here for a day that you know you will not be available please find a someone to stand in for that day.
ATSU Rotaract is going to “Warm up Kirksville” by making and donating blankets to the local Community Mission, for the purpose of being given to the homeless and less fortunate. Pictured above is club president Jon Peck presenting a $200 check to ATSU Rotaract members Wyatt Eickerman and Alex Downey.
Our club donated $50 to ATSUs Sigma Sigma Phi chapter in support of their efforts to provide food baskets for the less fortunate during the holidays.  Pictured above are Jon Peck and Sigma Sigma Phi member Nicole Kelm.
Blessing Bowl: Jeff A. said that he has two children very close in age, and that is how he learned breastfeeding is not an effective form of birth control.
Wyatt Eickerman and Alex Downey from ATSU Rotaract. Nicole Kelm with Sigma Sigma Phi at ATSU, and Camden Wilson.
November 26th:  Joint Service Luncheon.  11:30 - 1 at Student Union Building on the Truman campus.
November 28th:  Thanksgiving - No meeting. 
December 5th:     Regular Club meeting.  Jeff A. and Terri J. will greet us and Jim B. will lead us in
December 12th:   Christmas breakfast gathering at Jon Peck's house - 7AM.
December 13th:   Foster Kids Christmas.  Meet at 8AM at Assembly of God church to sort gifts.  
December 14th:   Salvation Army Bell Ringing day for our club. 
December 14th:   Training for RLI facilitators.  for more information contact Marilyn Romine.
December 19th:   Regular Club meeting.  Elsie G. and Rick S. will greet us and Jon P. will lead us in
June 30-July 2nd:    Burgundy Brigade Reunion.  Details about this event will be forthcoming.
Jon P. said he and his son went deer hunting last weekend. Jim B. put in for our guests. Christine and Shirley put in for a good day. Pat K. is preparing for a cruise. Marilyn R. thanked everyone who helped her rescue her phone. Linette P. wished everyone safe travels next week. Karla D. put in for the Hawkeyes and wedding season. Sue S. put in for missing a few weeks – she went to a Days for Girls conference.  She was also happy her sons came home to visit. Bob C. said he took his grandson deer hunting this weekend for the first time.  Sandra W. put in for the program. Wayne B. put in for the Chiefs. Steve P. put in for indoor sports. Larry B. put in for the Colts. Elsie G. put in for our guests. Dawood A. is happy to be here, and said his youngest son is getting married. Matt W. put in for KHS soccer team and is happy for basketball season. Jaren H. is happy for warmer weather again. Troy P. is putting in for a good weekend. Zach S. hosted his first deer camp last week, but no deer came. Terry C. said his son got his first antlered deer last weekend. Courtney B. said it is moving weekend this weekend. Jeff A. said he is thankful for everyone that donates and takes part in helping do all the charitable things we do in this community. Ernie L. says the cost of quail hunting is going up.
December 05th:  No program scheduled yet - get
                               your ideas to the program

December 12th:   Christmas Breakfast at the Pecks'.
December 19th:  Community Benefit Report
                               (NRMC) - Ranee Brayton
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