Posted by Editor: Erik Piro
September 19, 2019
Community Service - Liz Schucks
Article by:  Susan Kealey

Photos by: EJ Dieterle

Liz started a conversation about community service. One of the interesting factoids was that Rotary contributes 850 million dollars a year worldwide to community service projects. The big news is that the District offers a grant of $300 for to clubs for a community service project.

Liz led us through a process where we listed our past community service projects, our present projects and projects we would like to do in the future.
After serious discussion, It looks like the Little Libraries fits the District criteria and would be our choice for our District project. There was also considerable interest in the other projects and several already have owners. If you are interested in participating in any of these projects, contact Liz or the owner if listed.
One last item, Ralph saved some bread crumbs from last year’s Pumpkin Fest bread bowls froze them and made raspberry bread pudding. Unfortunately I didn’t manage to get a picture of the recipe. It was delicious, Ralph will share the recipe if you are interested.
September 19, 2019 CLUB MEETING  
***Check Back At A Later Date For Meeting Notes***
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Photos byEJ Dieterle
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Our Monthly Rotary Day at the Community Free Breakfast (held at the Lutheran Church will be Wednesday, October 30.  Please sign up with Rose Serdy for a shift for future days (last Wednesday of each month.)