Selinsgrove Area Rotary Club
Vol. 86, No.
President – Donna SchuckEditor – Dottie Anderson
Next Meeting: Feb. 6, 2014 – The speaker will be
State Representative Lynda Culver Schlegal. Host is Jared Roush. SVCC, 11:45
The club is seeking nominations for the “Distinguished
Service Award.” E-mail nominations to Art Bowen at Art@BowenAgency.com.
Jan. 30, 2014:
Sixty plus Rotarians, Young Farmers, partners and guests were present for
Rural/Urban night at the CCUMC chicken and waffles dinner. President Donna
presided, first introducing Ashley Wetzel, SUN Area Dairy Princess (and Charlie
Benner’s granddaughter). Ashley is a graduate of Selinsgrove High and is
currently taking a year off from school while traveling and sharing with
schools and clubs to promote the dairy industry. Speaker Kathy Weller, Snyder
County Educator for 4H since 2002, works through the Penn State Extension
Office. There are currently 16 Clubs in the County, with 182 participants
pursuing their projects in areas like clothing, horses, livestock, shooting
sports and archery. PA. 4H was founded in Mercer County in 1912, and began with
Potato Clubs in Snyder County in 1922. Heart, Hand, Health, and Help, the 4H Clubs
are a viable and helpful way for young people to learn leadership skills and
how to pursue and present successful projects.
Announcements: The Club will be having conversations
about sponsoring a new Rotary breakfast club and the request of the District
Proposed New Member: Donald Rowe, Penn Fire
owner/operator, sponsor Bob Soper, Classification: Retail Business. Any
objections should be shared with President Donna within the next 7 days.
Feb. 13 – Speaker will be Debbie Wolf from Snyder County
Recycling. Installation of new member(s) will occur. SVCC, 11:45 a.m.
Feb. 20 – Program on the Salvation Army. John Thompson is
the host. SVCC, 11:45 a.m.
Feb. 27 – Club Assembly – Donna Schuck will preside.
SVCC, 11:45 a.m.
Mar. 6 – TBA – Toby Skinner is the host. SVCC, 11:45 a.m.
Birthdays: Feb. 3 – Toby Skinner.
Quotation: “A treasure is to be valued for its own
sake and not for what it will buy.” Graham