Peace through Service
Vol. 86, No. 33
President – Donna Schuck Editor – Dottie Anderson
Next Meeting: March
7, 2013 – Jennifer Mattive of T & D Cats will be the speaker. John
Stokinger is the host. SVCC, 11:45 a.m.
28, 2013: Twenty-five Rotarians and guests
were present to hear speaker Gary Grossman, Publisher of The Daily Item speak about the business of newspapers. Tom Gates
was the host. Tom’s wife, Ann, was also present. Wes Knapp presided. Gary spoke
candidly about the cost cutting efforts that have occurred in print media –
smaller page, fewer sections, less expensive paper, graphic hubs, etc. This is
necessary because of the cost of print versus the use of mobile devices in the
delivery of news and ads. Some papers have gone to only being on line or
cutting to three days only in print. This is clearly a “challenging” time in and
for print media.
Conference is scheduled for 4/26-28 in Gettysburg.*Bryan Kelley remains
interested in starting a Rotaract Club at Susquehanna. What can we do to help?**Art
Bowen has potential speakers if hosts need assistance in identifying a
speaker.***Dave Lawer reported on “the Ward near the Susquehanna River Shore”
fund raiser to be held in April, sponsored by local Rotary Clubs in support of
the Dental Health Clinic.
News from Rotary: In Konrad Kempfe’s
absence, John Stokinger shared news about his visits to two clubs in Maine
during the blizzard. The one club took a $5000 loss when it had to cancel two
major events on the weekend of the blizzard.
Sergeant at arms: Marv Rudnitsky collected happy
fines from: Mike Flock (new grand will be a girl); Dave Lawer (last week’s
speaker, Bob Soper’s granddaughter’s collegiate basketball career); Melissa
Laniewski (appreciates how many in the Club attended Valley Player’s
production); Chad Cohrs (missing last week, Wes presiding); aMary Peterhaensel
(late); Tob Gates (guest and speaker); Wes Knapp (seeing Lakers win and
visiting with old friends); Bob Soper (Dave Lawer, granddaughter’s college
career); Art Bowen (speaker, fire call, family date); John Thompson (spring is
in the air); Mike Piecuch (Communities that Care Board); Joyce Anderson
(grandchildren, songs and speaker); Earl Ferster (+15 and back from FL); John
Stokinger (SVCC this Sat and Sun., and meeting Soyka daughter in Maine);
himself (Melissa’s performance).
Mar. 14 – Jeff Schaum will give his vocational/classification talk,
Sheri Hoffman host. SVCC, 11:45 a.m.
Mar. 21 – TBA, Don Summers is the host. Daffodil Day sale items
will be distributed, come prepared to pay for any order items on this day.
SVCC, 11:45 a.m.
Mar. 28 – Dr. Richard Sheaffer will speak about the Boy Scouts,
Earl Ferster is the host. SVCC, 11:45 a.m.
April 4 – John Thompson will speak about “Amateur Radio Contesting
for Non-Hams.” SVCC, 11:45 a.m.
Birthdays: Mar. 15 – Mary
Peterhaensel; 24 – Dave Lawer; 26 – Bill Clark; 31 – Ken Miller. Apr. 6 – Brian
Neitz; 7 – Bob Soper, Ken Wagner; 28 – Bob Fogle.
“Wisdom is knowing what to do next; Skill is knowing how to do it, and Virtue
is doing it.”David Starr Jordan