This Week's Meeting 3/11
Due to the spike in local coronavirus cases, the Board has decided to suspend in-person meetings through the end of March.  We will be meeting Thursday 7:30AM on Zoom and an email will go out to members with the link prior to the meeting.   Our speaker this week will be Sean Jackson from Isles.
Scribe Needed!
Do you know how to listen?  Do you know how to write?  Do you show up to meetings?  If you answered yes to all these questions, then you have what it takes to be a scribe for our club.  We need one for this Thursday's meeting and every 4 weeks thereafter.  As an added inducement, we will pay a raw inexperienced fledgling scribe the same rate as our grizzled veterans.  The scribe duties are found at the bottom of this very publication.  Any questions, ask Sharon Prosinski.
50/50 Tickets 
It's that time of year again ... almost spring ... Trees are sprouting leaf buds and the birds are chirping; and at the club, white envelopes are sprouting 50/50 ticket stubs all the while the spring breeze echoes Bill Beachell’s clarion call to "Sell your tickets!"  This year, as is everything else, it's a bit different. We are working with the District to sell 50/50 tickets.  It's a larger pot, more prizes, and they are doing much of the work pulling it together.  Our only obligation is to sell 500 tickets.   The proceeds from our sales go directly to beef up the pot of money in the Foundation that we use for the Giving Budget.  In short, it's a win/win.  All members have received an email informing them that this year there is a requirement to sell a minimum of 5 tickets.  Here are the selling instructions:  
Advertise On Our Website!
Kevin Lynch just started advertising his business on our website.  Be like Kevin!  For information on rates and procedure, go the home page of our website and download the website sponsorship guide found on the right hand side of the page.  There will be a limited number of rotating ads and club members will get first crack at the opportunity before it is opened to the general public.  Proceeds from ad sales will be used to offset the club's website and communications expenses.  Any questions, ask the webmaster Matt Romanoski.
ClubRunner Pro Tip #247
If you're ever having trouble finding an issue of the Reveille in your email,  simply visit the website and look on the left hand side under "About Our Club" and you will see a button for Bulletins.  Click that button and all your wildest dreams will come true (assuming, of course, your dreams are about Rotary bulletins).
President's Message: Food For Thought
Like many service organizations, Rotary International is grappling with how to attract and retain members.  They are encouraging clubs to think outside the box and not necessarily do things the way they’ve always been done.  One such idea that has been floated is getting rid of the meal at the weekly club meeting.  Personally, I don’t like the idea. But I’m not sure I don’t like it because I think it’s a bad idea or whether I’m just used to way it’s always been done.  So even though this isn’t something the board is currently considering, I’ll dish it out there as food for thought.
Save The Date
Run With Rotary 5/2/21
District 7475 Raffle Drawing 5/27/21
4-H Fair Funnel Cake Sales  8/11-14
Upcoming Events
Weekly Meeting
Mar 11, 2021
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
Weekly Meeting
Mar 18, 2021
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
Weekly Meeting
Mar 25, 2021
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
Weekly Meeting
Cherry Valley Country Club
Apr 01, 2021
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
Weekly Meeting
Cherry Valley Country Club
Apr 08, 2021
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
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Mar 11, 2021 7:30 AM
Mar 18, 2021 7:30 AM
Community Options
Mar 25, 2021 7:30 AM
Journey To West Point
Apr 01, 2021 7:30 AM
The Shark Research Institute
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Greeter Duties
  • Arrive @7:10AM
  • Greet members, guests and visiting Rotarians as they arrive.
  • Visiting Rotarians pay a fee of $15 (there are slips in the badge box).  Guests are free.
  • Sell 50/50 tickets ($2 each or 3 tix for $5).
  • Lead the club in the Pledge of Allegiance.
  • Lead the club in a short invocation.
  • Count, split and record the 50/50 raffle tix/$ (fill out 50/50 slip in badge box)
  • Ask speaker to draw the winning ticket at the end of the meeting.
  • Complete 50/50 slip, give 50% to winner and the slip plus remaining $ to the Foundation Treasurer, Tyler Tomalavage.
Scribe Duties
  • Meet the speaker and introduce them to members prior to meeting start.
  • Make sure CVCC has equipment setup.
  • Summarize meeting.
  • Upload the meeting summary to Google Drive folder found HERE. 
Meeting Responsibilities
Hyncik, Jr., Bill
Kauzmann, Maria
Lynch, Kevin
Martin, Art
Romanoski, Matt
Prosinski, Sharon
Mozumdar, Andy
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Art Martin
March 8
Cory Wingerter
March 22
Join Date
Jeffrey Knol
March 2, 2017
4 years
Zoltan Nagy
March 2, 2005
16 years
Louise Wilson
March 8, 2012
9 years
Jeff Gould
March 12, 2015
6 years
Mary DeCicco
March 14, 2002
19 years
Kevin Lynch
March 26, 2015
6 years
Nathalie Cassion
March 30, 2016
5 years
Executives & Directors
President Elect*
Vice President*
Club Service*
Community Service*
Vocational Services*
International Service*
Board Member At-Large*
Immediate Past President*
Rotary Foundation
Public Relations
Speakers Chair
Bulletin Editor
Russell Hampton
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