Executives & Directors
President Elect
Rotary Foundation
September 19th
1st Ohio Battery K- Civil War Reenactment; Jack Mackinnon & Bill Beardsley
September 26th
The Adventures of Dave and Sarah Vandenberg
October 3rd
Rotary 6690 District Governor Gary Vaughan
October 10th
Calling Competition (National Wild Turkey Federation); Stephanie Thompson
Russell Hampton
ClubRunner Mobile

Meeting Notes:

September 12, 2019
Invocation, Pledge of Allegiance and the 4-Way Test led by: Deana Clark
Guests of Rotarians:
  • Jill Altenburger
  • Andy Dollman
  • Duty Roster is circulating – PLEASE SIGN UP!
  • The club viewed the Shelterbox 'Pie in the Face' event.
  • President Taylor explained that the Board is considering different meeting locations. There will be a follow up email detailing the dates and locations of our meetings through October and November.
  • The Marietta College tailgate social event is coming up, Sept. 21st, 5-7.
Good News-Bad News:
  • Kirkbride shared that Shawn's "tiger hunt" did not go well as Warren lost to Marietta last week
  • Larry the District Governor thanked us for our hospitality and invited us to the Belpre Rotary Casino night on October 19th
  • Larry Hiser pumped us up for MC tailgate
  • Dr. Ruud invited us to MOVEE to hear Dale King speak, and announced The Esbenshade series still has free tickets available. He also mentioned that MC is now #10 regional college.
  • George Broughton announced the Oct 4th 5pm Ribbon Cutting of the ESB Community Building
  • Tasha reminded us of the community meeting at 4:30 9/12/19
  • Laura announced Settlers bank free shred day coming up.
  • Danielle announced that her daughter saved the soccer game by stopping a goal which led to her team winning.
  • Matt Evans announced his daughter was on WTAP for getting the most Kills in her Volleyball game.  
Sergeant at Arms:
Laura Miller gave appreciation for those who were pied on Saturday while fining Heather Allender $1 for not being there.
Colleen Cook was fined for her sister Cheryl's rough first week of school.
Jennifer Sturgill was fined for running a sweat shop by employing her daughters and their friends.
Deana was fined for helping to bring the Stanley Steamers to town because it made Laura late for work.
And lastly all the Rotarians with a poor attendance record this summer were fined $1
The program educated us on Stanley Steamers and the history of the automobile.

Duty Roster

Sept. 19th
Sept. 26th
Oct. 3rd
Oct. 10th
OPEN Stephanie Thompson Bill Ruud OPEN
Ticket Sales
Joe Derkin Larry Clayman McKenzie Allen OPEN
OPEN Carrie Ankrom
Can Collection
Larry Hiser Linda Dailey Matthew Livengood OPEN