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Small group today, lots of half-filled tables, but all the cool people seemed to be there. The really cool people gathered early for a Golf Committee meeting. With the tournament about four and a half weeks away now is the time for all good Rotarians to come to the aid of the cause.  Foursome registrations, hole sponsors, raffle prizes, all are needed today, right now, right this minute. Needed forms are on the website, but a simple call to George Schoen or Bill Saunders will serve as well.

Past President Dave Amberg wore the medallion again today. The opening song and the pledge made their appearance. Dave then introduced Ruthie Sheehan, who levitated to the podium in her advanced state of Red Sox euphoria and proceeded to deliver a thoughtful invocation despite her lightheaded condition. Then it was off to the buffet line.

First off, the brown rice plate, followed by some green beans, mashed potatoes, pork slices, rolls and salad. Brownies and lemon squares were available for those so inclined.

Table conversation started with the growing phenomena of pickleball among the gray-haired set which apparently provides both competitive and social benefits, while easier on old bones and muscles. From there it moved to Larry Hangland’s recent visit to the very moving Flight 93 Memorial in Pennsylvania and the Greenbriar’s obsolete elaborate government bunker in West Virginia. And it ended with a discussion of salt peter production and uses. Don’t ask.

Engaging with Rotary to enhance your membership experience
We’re celebrating our members and their clubs — and all the good they do around the world — during Membership and New Club Development Month in August.

One way you can celebrate your membership is by getting involved in the many activities and programs available to you as a member of the Rotary family. Everyone’s reason for joining Rotary is different, but members stay because of the value it adds to their lives. Through the friends we make and the lives we change, Rotary offers us opportunities to engage with a global community and make a positive difference.

Here are some ways you can engage with Rotary to enhance your membership experience.
 
Make new friends
 
 
Take your projects to the next level
  • Collaborate with experts from a Rotarian Action Group to help ensure your service projects have a lasting impact.
  • Sponsor a Rotary Community Corps(RCC) to get members of your community involved in making a difference. RCC members plan and carry out projects in their communities and support local Rotary club projects, but they are not members of a Rotary club.
  • Work with your district community, international, and vocational service chairs to boost your service efforts.
 
 
 
 
 
Hold the Date! Register Now! Sponsor a Hole! Donate a Raffle Prize! Get Your Foursome Together!. 
 
 
Yes,  it's that time again. Monday, September 17th.
Manchester Country Club. 
 
Make Your Plans Now!
 
Contact Your Favorite E.H. Rotarian or Find Forms Under Club Documents
 
 
 
 
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1,3,5 Weds, 12:15 VMC: 2,4 Weds, 6:00 p.m River Room
(VMC) Veterans Memorial Clubhouse / (RR) River Room, Goodwin College
VMC : 100 Sunset Ridge Dr
RR : 195 Riverside Drive
East Hartford, CT  06118
United States
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Rotary Club of East Hartford
PO Box 380035
East Hartford, CT 06138-0035
 
 
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