Selinsgrove Area Rotary Club
Engage Rotary-Change Lives
Vol. 86, No.
– Wesley KnappEditor
– Mike Flock
Oct. 31, 2013 – Jay Lemons, President, will provide an update on Susquehanna
University. Tom Gates is the host. SVCC, 11:45 a.m.
Oct. 24, 2013:
Over 25 Rotarians and guests were part of over 300 people present for the
Kreamer Feed Open House and Tour of the new organic feed mill. Robinson family
members spoke about the company’s 66 year history and how the new feed mill is
the largest investment they have every made. The Secretary of Agriculture
talked about how this mill, the first purpose built organic mill in the east,
is a commitment to the future of organic farming. The day included vendor
displays, door prize drawings, a buffet meal for guests and tours of the new
facility. Thanks to Jeff Schaum for the invite to this very historic event in
Don Summers reports that the Dictionary distribution at the Intermediate school
on Friday, Oct. 18 at 1 p.m. went well.**President Wes will soon be appointing
the Nominating Committee and the Audit Committee.
Because of our
vocational program, we did not have usual presentations of the Good News of
Rotary or Sergeant at arms.
Nov. 7 – Speaker will be Jess Pyers on single stream
recycling. Report of the Nominating Committee, SVCC, 11:45 a.m.
Nov. 14 – TBA, Konrad Kempfe hosts. Second call for
nominations from the floor. SVCC, 11:45 a.m.
Nov. 21 – Annual Meeting and Election of Officers. Melissa
Laniewskie is the host. SVCC, 11:45 a.m.
Nov. 28 – Happy Thanksgiving – No Rotary Meeting.
Dec. 5 – Dalton Savidge, retired PP&L executive, will
speak about Eectricity Market Purchasing for residential and commercial bills,
deregulation, what is subject to market pricing and what should be your
strategy. Dave Lawer is the host, SVCC, 11:45 a.m.
Birthdays: Oct. 21-John Reed. Nov. 6
– Donna Schuck, 8 – Jerry Rhoads; 15 – Art Bowen. Dec. 8 – Charlie McCuen; 10 –
Marv Rudnitsky; 15 – Nelson Bailey; 17 – Sheri Hoffman; 31 – Dottie Anderson.
the business world, the rear view mirror is always clearer than the windshield.