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Officers & Directors
President
 
President Elect
 
Secretary
 
Treasurer
 
 
 
 
 
Speakers:
 
October 24th
Breast Health Awareness
 
October 31st
TBD
 
November 7th
Peoples Bank History
 
 
Russell Hampton
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Meeting Notes:

October 17, 2019
Invocation, Pledge of Allegiance and the 4-Way Test led by: Wally Kandel
 
Guests of Rotarians:
  • James Booth, guest of Davis Powers
  • Hallie Oblisk and Jimmy Fauber - Student Guests from Williamstown High School
Announcements:
  • Duty Roster is circulating – PLEASE SIGN UP!
  • Upcoming Meetings:
    • Oct. 24th- Meeting at the Marietta Country Club
    • Oct. 31st- Meeting again at the Adelphia
  • We’ll be accepting candy until October 26th for Halloween in the Park
  • Our annual 12 days of Christmas fundraiser will be starting soon, please start collecting donations.
  • Charlotte Keim is organizing our 100th Anniversary Celebration and is in need of project ideas to be submitted to her no later than 11/12/19 to celebrate the occasion, (formal dinner was previously mentioned). If you have any memorabilia from years past she would like to display these items for all to see and reminisce. Please search your archives!
  • Daneka Hedges is organizing our Veterans Program and is in need of photos by November 8th.
  • The annual ringing of the bells for the Salvation Army at Wal-Mart will be on December 14th, from 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM (at both doors) sign-ups will be November 21st
  • Jim Starner is celebrating his 94th birthday and a card was passed around for everyone in attendance to sign.
Good News-Bad News:
  • We have many birthdays this week. Bill White, Pam Cannon and Jennifer Sturgill.
  • Bill White shared with us that he had a private gig on Hillcrest Drive Sunday night and the Marietta City police were called, therefore it was a successful event.
  • Davis Powers announced the NGSE location will be in Mongolia, 5 people will be able to participate and they’ll be there for 3 weeks. More info to come.
  • Tasha Weary announced the 6th Annual Family Career Awareness Day will be held Thursday, October 17, 4:00 - 7:00 PM at the Washington County Jr. Fair Building. To check out future events visit their website at https://buildingbridgestocareers.org/
Program:
 
New Member Bios:
 
McKenzie Allen
McKenzie is a Warren High School graduate. She enjoys spending time with her family, riding 4-wheelers, dirt bikes, go-carts, camping, swimming, and water skiing. She killed her first turkey with a 410 and it’s mounted in a full strut at her dad’s house. She also enjoys fishing, white water rafting (recently tackled the Gaully, which is the 2nd hardest white water river in this county and 7th in the world) snow skiing, woodworking with her father, cross-fit and traveling with her boyfriend Curtis. Which is her high school sweetheart and they’ve been together for five years.
 
She competed with Mary Lou Retton’s daughter in the Level 8 Regional Gymnastics Championship when she was younger. McKenzie participated in competitive OVA cheerleading and coached when she was in college. Family and friends are very important to her and she considers her little sister that’s 8 years younger her best friend.
 
McKenzie went to Washington State for her post-secondary classes and then graduated from Ohio University in 3 years. She helped create the OU Mock Trial Program. Pre-law was her intended major but changed to finance. Amall her best friend in college is from Dubai. When David had his presentation on Turkey McKenzie could read the signs because she took 2 years of Arabic.
 
McKenzie is employed with Merrill Lynch as a financial advisor. She started in Columbus and 8 months ago came to the Marietta branch. 
 
Jill Altenburger
Jill AKA Jilbur was born to Jennifer and Andy Altenburger May 1, 1995 in Tiffin Ohio. She’s a Notre Dame fan and Catholic. Her childhood pet was a cat named Pawsy but she was allergic to cats and he peed on her dress clothes. She has a brother named Matt that attends Ohio University and a sister, Morgan is a junior in high school. Her fondest memories are riding in a toy Jeep listening to a little boom box with her brother and making him play dress up before her baby sister came around.  Jill played the piano until her sophomore year of high school and participated in the Missoula Children’s Theater in Tiffin. Even though she played volleyball till her freshman year, sports were not for her, she preferred to work and make money to go shopping.
 
Jill started Marietta High School her freshman year. She attended Marietta College and majored in Petroleum Engineering. Realizing Petroleum Engineering wasn’t for her she decided to transfer to Washington State to get her post-secondary classes completed, then returned to Marietta College to be a math/finance major and graduated in 2017. She’s employed by Hall Financial Advisors and is a Registered Client Associate.
 
Jill enjoys spending time with her family, especially her grandma. She traveled with her grandma to Hawaii after high school graduation and also took a European Cruise after undergrad. Her main squeeze of 6 or 7 years is Dr. Derek Howe DDS, he’s employed by Frye Dental Group and they enjoy cooking together.
 
 
Split the Pot:
 
George Broughton won the weekly prize of $30 but missed out on the jackpot of $107. The Game Goes On!
 

Duty Roster


 
 
Oct. 24th
Oct. 31st
Nov. 7th
Nov. 14th
Attendance
Heather Allender Danielle Bruni Stephanie Thompson Bill Ruud
Ticket Sales
Bill Peoples Larry Clayman Jill Altenburger OPEN
Greeter
Mark Kerenyi Jennifer Sturgill Jim Peebles Tony Huffman
Invocation
Andy Thompson Deana Clark OPEN OPEN
Can Collection
Carrie Ankrom Matt Evans Davis Powers OPEN