Joanne Scott announced that the Rotary Polar Plunge now has an official rescheduled date of April 11th.
Bruce Whear attended the Salem Film Festival.
Brenda Smith told us her heart-wrenching story about her dog, Hank, and the 4-man crew needed to load him in the car. Hank has a torn ACL and will need surgery.
Scott Grover announced that his son proposed to his girlfriend over the weekend.
Dick Moore just got in from 5 weeks in Marco Island, FL. Dick has also been in the club for 40 years as of this month.
Mark Leavitt paid a fine for skipping the invocation and made several announcements about the upcoming auction. The auction will be on 3/27 so please get any last minute ads, donations, or reservations into Mark or Claudia. Also, please bring bottles of wine to the next couple of meetings for the wine auction.
John Neely recently arrived home from spending time in Sedona and is off on another trip to South Africa. John’s cottage made the cover of North Shore magazine solidifying John’s new rank in society.
Viktoria Talebian thanked all of the participants an last week’s Life Bridge dinner. She also announced that the club will be hosting a Senior Citizen Prom on 4/9. Please see Viktoria for volunteer opportunities.
John Fisher was in Chicago for an ADA conference.
Chris Casey asked that we help support the (very delicious) homemade pasta shop down at 84 Derby Street. Open till 7pm on weekdays.