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87, No. 3 President – Wesley Knapp Editor – Dottie Anderson
August 1, 2013 – Tentative: Keri
Albright, President of the GSVUW will be the speaker. Brian Neitz is the host. Jared
Roush will edit the newsletter. SVCC, 11:45 a.m.
July 25, 2013: Twenty-seven Rotarians and a guest (Cameran Weaver’s mother Chele),
were present as Cameran spoke about Susquehanna University’s Central American
Service Adventure trip to Costa Rica and Nicaragua. Hal Dunkelberger was the
host. Ken Miller introduced Cameran. This Go program, sponsored by the Chaplain’s
Office, allows students the opportunity to serve on a team working one week at
a church in Costa Rica and a second week at a Nicaraguan orphanage. Now in its
15th year, the SUCasa program participants choose between bible
school teaching, construction, or medical teams for their work projects.
Cameran, a rising Jr. at SU and a graduate of SAHS, is both an athlete and a
scholar – playing soccer and participating in track and field and being in both
the National Honor Society in high school and Alpha Lambda Delta at
Susquehanna.It is clear that she
learned much from her experiences abroad that she will bring to her future work
as an Early Childhood educator who is also skilled in the Spanish language.
Dave Lawer presided.
Announcements:Dave shared that the
funds raised for the Dental Clinic through the “War” have exceeded $10,000, *Art
Bowen has e-mailed the schedule for program hosts through July, 2014 – please check
the date shown next to your name and be in touch with Art asap if you need to
make changes in the scheduled date.**John Fischer reported on Golf Tournament
progress – Golfers are needed for this Sept. event.
Good News of
Rotary: Konrad Kempfe shared information about District 3450 – Hong Kong,
Macao and Mongolia and specifically the Club of Kowloon and Central Hong Kong,
charter in 2009. This English speaking Club works with newly immigrated
children from mainland China and has hat 100% attendance in April, May and June
Sergeant at arms: Marv Rudnitsky collected happy fines as follows (to
the best of the editor’s ability to keep up): Happy Birthday to John Thompson
(7/23), plus grandchildren visit; from himself (beautiful central Pa); Melissa
Laniewski (Lawer and Lauer sister meeting, leaving early, speaker); Mike Flock
(35th anniversary and daughter’s birthday); Art Bowen (Bedford
Springs “meeting” on the golf course, bee sting, 3 day family reunion); Sheri
Hoffman (guests and Bedford Springs); Mary Peterhaensel (Scandinavian Festival
in NY and back); John Fischer (Bedford Springs official visit); Tom Gates (Dick
Luger and Rotarian Magazine article); Nelson Bailey (in honor of Donna’s dad,
and month long mother in law visit); Charlie McCuen (successful cardiologist
visit); Hal Dunkelberger (Cameron and Ken Miller); Dave Lawer (missed meetings,
guests, Bedford winners); and Earl Ferster (+15 and good will).
August 8 – Speaker will be Paul Williams, Selinsgrove
Borough Manager, Dottie Anderson is host. SVCC, 11:45 a.m.
August 15 – Speaker will be Rotarian Justin Charles on the
Haiti Hospital Solar Project, Art Bowen in the host. SVCC, 11:45 a.m.
August 22 – District Governor Sharon Benner’s official Club
Visit, (preceded by a Board Meeting at 10:45 a.m.) SVCC, 11:45 a.m.
August 29 – TBA for program and host. SVCC, 11:45 a.m.
Birthdays: Aug. 14 – Kendra Aucker, 15 – Earl Ferster, Konrad Kempfe,
29- Jay Lemons.
is knowing a tomato is a fruit. Wisdom is not putting it in a fruit salad.”