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Meeting Notes:

June 6, 2019
Invocation, Pledge of Allegiance and the 4-Way Test led by: Peter Keim
Visiting Rotarians:
  • Will Hampton, Marietta Morning
  • Jack Young
Guests of Rotarians:
  • Mason Beuhring, guest of Heather Allender
  • McKenzie Allen, guest of Laura Miller
  • Lillie Motz, guest of Danielle Bruni
  • Marvin Clark, guest of Deana Clark
  • Lila and Steve Hill, guests of Jack Young
  • Bill Wilkinson and Jodey Alteir, guests of Ken Morrison
  • Barb Schafer, Ryan Lemley, Chad Rinard, Steve Fujii, Donny Baldwin and Stephanie Starcher, guests of Tasha Werry
  • Duty Roster – Sign up!
  • Tuesday afternoon, Kathy Schalitz and Kevin Witucky (plus Austin and able bodied family members) will put the spring finishing touches on our Muskingum Park area.
  • Shelter box meeting with Danielle Bruni and Jack Young immediately following meeting. Jack Young gave an update on Shelter boxes.
  • Safetytown is just around the corner and we need volunteers! Use the links below to sign up.
Good News-Bad News:
  • Peter Keim paid for his birthday.
  • Mason Beuhring announced Marietta Community Foundation gave away a record $322,000 in scholarships this year.
  • Cassie Peirce said we more sign ups for cookies!
  • Bob Kirkbride remembered the 75th anniversary of the battle of Normandy.
  • Tina Adams is celebrating her anniversary.
  • Charlotte Hatfield put cash in for her birthday.
  • Hunt Brawley said their were still tickets left for Todd Ningridge.
  • Jack Young asked all of the Veterans to stand and thanked them all for their service.
  • Deana Clark talked about the two authors who are coming tonight (6/6) and tomorrow evening (First Friday) for a book signing.
  • Bob Kirkbride played Sgt At Arms for a moment and had Davis Powers pay a buck for bing the ‘boy toy’ at a table full of women. Then he charged a table of men a buck each for being a ‘table of losers’.
  • David Bricker put $ in the can for his birthday.
  • Jennifer Sturgill reminded everyone that it was First Friday and reminded us that the Lions still have our bell.
  • Tasha Werry talked about the EpiCenter’s Canoe Camp this summer. It is open to 8th, 9th and 10th graders. Let her know if you have any interested students.
Tasha Werry and Steven Fujii talked about ‘The Portrait of a Graduate’ and the need to ‘calibrate the community businesses and occupational needs with the students experience’.  Steven said as the employment landscape shifts, so does the need for preparing our youth for what is truly needed in our community and world. Their goal is to offer a solution between employment and education.
Tasha challenged the club to consider:
  1. What type of career experiences are important for youth?
  2. What’s the future of employment like in Washington County and how prepared are our students?
  3. What are our expectations of a student who graduates in Washington County?
Go to and weigh in helping to choose skills that are essential for our students.
Split the Pot:
David Baker won the weekly prize of $22, but missed out on the jackpot of $342. The game goes on!

Duty Roster

June 13th
June 20th
June 27th
July 4th
Cassie Pierce OPEN OPEN
Ticket Sales
Jim Addison
Larry Clayman
Stephanie Thompson
Deana Clark OPEN OPEN  
Can Collection
Daneka Hedges OPEN OPEN