Rotary: 2nd Responders
July 3, 2020
Kathi’s Follies —
What a great way to begin! Past president Kathleen Patterson asked me about a month ago what I wanted to call my year and that is what I blurted out, and somehow it stuck! It kind of feels right, what with where the world stands right now! Zoom meetings, not able to do our usual debunking party, no fundraisers as we know them, just much uncertainty! It is a trying time for us all!
I wanted my term to be all about membership, not just increasing, but retaining and keeping members actively involved. I’ve felt for sometime, we as members should all see ourselves as the membership chair, always wanting to share Rotary and our love of its principles with everyone we meet! Now more than ever keeping people involved “from a distance” is going to be a huge challenge, however not insurmountable!
So with that being said, we have many irons in the fire (thanks to past President Kathleen Patterson). Our newest one being our water project in Zimbabwe, Pre-school For All, and Scout Hall!
I already feel the love and support from so many of you and I truly appreciate it, and we will move forward. I will keep it fun, after all, this year is Kathi’s follies!
PS: I need to especially recognize Kathleen for the great job she did as past president. She was wonderful to work with and a great mentor. I also want to thank everyone on my board who stepped up and said YES! And we're off!
Upcoming Zoom Speaker:
April 13, 2021
Hear Jim Davidson talk about his experience hiking the Camino de Santiago
Ben Hill has been delivering pizzas, flowers, puzzles to the Memory Care Unit at the Veterans Home. Rotary has contributed to his efforts.
St. Helena High School
Graduates from St. Helena High School honored for there 4-year service with the Rotary Interact Club.