Can’t think of another Rotarian capable of getting the whole gang to pose on a Wednesday morning. Best of luck to Jamie as she moves to the other coast!
Adding to the host of spouses recognized with Paul Harris Fellows this year is Nicki Baril,wife of past president Bill Baril. Nicki was recognized at the June 26
meeting by Bill and the club.
The only way you’d not see this year’s Rotarian of the Year as the most active and engaged member is to,simply,not be a member. From chairing the most
successful Taste of Dr. Phillips ever to the wide variety of support he provides for every other club function to his other community volunteer work (having just returned home from taking WWII Vets to the Memorial in Washington DC.,the club is honored to present the 2013 Rotarian of the Year…
It’s family time at the Rotary Club of Dr. Phillips as the club has inducted a host of new Paul Harris Fellows.
Riley O’Donnell,daughter of Robin O’Donnell was inducted at the June 5 meeting. On June 12 four spouses were also recognized:Marty Kamrada,Amy Marvin,Ann Mahoney and Helen Lynch. Each were presented with certificates from Rotary International as well as Paul Harris Fellow pins at the breakfast meeting.
For more on the Paul Harris Society and Paul Harris Fellow visit the Rotary International Website.
It is the power of Rotary that defines the relationships that evolve through our club and make a difference. There are few bigger than those which have risen from the
medical mission efforts of Dr. Chris Crotty. Our June winner not only dedicated his time and expertise but sacrificed his own practice to help over the past few years. For his selfless dedication,Dr. Jose Arias is recognized as the club’s Rotarian of the Month for June,2013.
If you’re still wearing a red badge and are anxious to join the blue team,be sure to block a couple of hours next Wednesday evening,June 12,for the next Fireside Chat starting at 6 PM. The session will be held in Larry Lynch’s office located at 7680 Universal Blvd.,Suite 550. The offices are just north of the Crowne Plaza (Sand Lake Road intersection).
By the way…its open to ALL members,not just the red badges. If you want to get a better handle on the club and Rotary this is a great evening primer for you.
Michael Hanley will present! RSVP to Michael at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday’s club meeting featured the 4-Way Test essay contests held at Windy Ridge Elementary School and Tangelo Park Elementary School this year.
Once again both schools reviewed many outstanding essays from students and were forced to narrow their selections down to two for each school.
Sheila Johnson,principal at Windy Ridge provided an update on new activities at the school and the excitement of the program. She was joined by Mary Beth Smoot.
Winners representing Windy Ridge who presented their essays were:
Tangelo Park’s new principal (since March),Diondra Woodard,shared her excitement in the new role and all of the activities at Tangelo Park. She was joined by Fifth Grade teacher Lakeitha Black. Winners representing Tangelo Park who presented their essays were:
Congratulations to the club’s newest Paul Harris Fellow,John Winemiller and May’s Rotarian of the Month,the self-proclaimed erudite Steven Jamieson. Both were recognized at the club meeting Wednesday morning,May 29.