Newsletter of the Rotary Club of Green Bay January 20, 2019
- Monday - January 21 – Classification Talk – Nicole AlBoushi and more!
- Monday – January 28 – Steve Baskis and Ken Braband - Five blind veterans who kayaked the raging whitewater of the Colorado River through 226 miles of the Grand Canyon
- Monday February 4, 2019 – Achieve Brown County Executive Director – Adam Hardy
It sure is cold in Green Bay this week, but January is almost over. Thanks to all of you with warm hearts this season, as we continue to develop new initiatives to serve our Green Bay community. If you see a need in our community that could be helped by a few people getting together please contact Mike Martin, co-chair of our community service committee.
Flowerama is looking for Delivery Volunteers to deliver flowers on Valentines Day, Thursday February 14th. Three pairs of volunteers signed up on the 7th and the sign-up sheet will be available again on January 21st. Volunteers work in pairs and need a van or SUV to carry flower arrangements.
We are looking for someone who would like to serve as the club’s Insurance representative.
What is an insurance Rep, you ask?? Well this is someone who would take any questions related to insurance (club related) and then pass those questions on to our District 6220 Insurance rep, Melanie Litter. Pease let me know if you are interested.
Committee Meetings –
- FEA meeting – January 23rd 8:30 – 310 Pine St.
- FEA meeting – Wednesday, January 23, - 8:30 – 9:30 – 310 Pine St.
Eye Heart World chosen as FEA Charity Partner for 2019!!
Learn more about this year’s FEA event, scheduled for May 20th at this week’s FEA meeting – 8:30am - 310 Pine St.
Congratulations to 2018 Cyclists, Indoor Riders, Friends, Family, and volunteers! All told, including cyclists who came to Tucson to ride and indoor cyclists (including the newest indoor team in Mongolia) raised $5,732,550 including the match from the Gates Foundation. The ten-year cumulative total is $53,302,550!!! Whether you cycled indoors or out, volunteered, or just cheered on our Rotary cyclists, we should all take a moment to recognize what we have achieved, and to realize the pain and suffering that so many millions of children will never experience because of what you have accomplished. Thank you.
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