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ROTARY CLUB OF
|Immediate PP||Jerry Hicks|
|Vice President||Jim Squire|
|Foundation||Rick Doyle, III|
|Program Director||Billy Lovett|
|Fellowship Director||Fred Ferrand|
|Public Image||Sally Wyeth Mclaughlin|
Everyone enjoyed meeting Anna Boggiss, our GRSP student for the 2016-2017 Rotary year when she joined us at the Wednesday, August 24, 2016 After-Hours social at Brooklyn Cafe. Anna is from New Zealand and was brought by her host Rotarian family, Amy Winslett. Pictured l-4 Candace Apple, , GRSP Anna Boggiss. Julia Bernath, Terry Bernath
Pictured l-r Anna Boggss, Susan Kongthum, Nate Kongthum
Members of the Rotary Club of Sandy Springs enjoyed a fun get-together on August 24, 2016 at Brooklyn Cafe in Sandy Springs. Club member Fred Ferrand presented a plaque to owner Jeff Trump in appreciation of Brooklyn Cafe's strong community involvement. For a number of years, Brooklyn Cafe has provided one night's dinner to the Rotary Club of Sandy Springs' annual Public Service Dinners at the firehouse on Sandy Springs Circle where three nights of dinners for Sandy Springs' EMS, police and firefighters are served. Brooklyn Cafe also donated their famous lobster bisque for the Rotary Club of Sandy Springs' Senior Prom held February 14, 2016 at the Dorothy Benson Senior Center.
Pictured l-r Fred Ferrand, Jeff Trump.
For more photos, go to zenfolio at Brooklyn Cafe Recognition
Jeannette Jezerinac-Prince and Bill Woulfin. Thanks for coming by for lunch on Monday, August 22nd, and updating us on the 2017 Rotary International Convention in Atlanta
Rotary International is an organization of business and professional leaders united worldwide who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world.
The Rotary Club of Sandy Springs meets most Mondays at the Hilton Atlanta Perimeter Suites at 12:15 PM. The lunch program includes club business and also hosts guest speakers - business professionals, elected officials, non-profit leaders and others from the Sandy Springs area.
We’re always looking for ways to make an impact in the community; our club members are actively engaged with senior and youth programs that support leadership development and student scholarship. While our motto and most important feature of Rotary International is “Service Above Self,” we also work together in fellowship as we enjoy great camaraderie. Like us on Facebook Sandy Springs' Facebook Page to keep up to date on our club's activities!
I hope you will enjoy our weekly newsletter and I invite you to join us for lunch soon!
Lisa Stueve, President, Rotary Club of Sandy Springs, 2016-17
August 29, 2016
GREETER A: Chris Burnett
GREETER B: Gene Jordan
INVOCATION: Keith Sanders
If you are unable to serve as a greeter or give the invocation, please be responsible for finding a replacement.
Plan to attend with your families! The Rotary Club of Sandy Springs will have a booth at the 2016 Movies By Moonlight where Rotary International's achievements with the Polio Plus campaign will be emphasized, as well as the Rotary Club of Sandy Springs' Medical Recycling Trailer project. Gene Jordan, with the help of Rick Doyle, will coordinate the booth and will seek volunteers to man the booth for each of the three showings.
Each year, Leadership Sandy Springs celebrates our community and presents Movies By Moonlight three evenings of early dusk, outdoor movies that are free to the public. Families enjoy pre-movie activities, food truck fare, and set up picnic blankets on the grounds of Sandy Springs United Methodist Church at Mt. Vernon and Sandy Springs Circle. Here are the shows for this coming 2016 Movies By Moonlight. Free to the public....these movies are in top demand!
Each year, the Rotary Club of Sandy Springs hosts a booth at the 2016 Sandy Springs Festival. This year is the 31st year of the event which is put on by Heritage Sandy Springs. Sandy Springs Rotarian Benjy Dubovsky is handling the coordination of the event, so be ready to sign up to help during the two-day event. It's one of the largest festivals around and a great time for everyone. For more information, go to heritagesandysprings.org
Members of the Rotary Club of Sandy Springs can learn much at the August 27, 2016 District Foundation/Membership/Public Image Conference in Macon GA. The Saturday event. Register athttps://rotary6900.org/event/reserve/642 Time: 9:30AM -3:00PM. Presidents, Presidents-Elect, Membership, Foundation and Public Image Directors should attend. Registration closes August 19th.The Rotary Club of Sandy Springs will reimburse members for registration fees. (Rooms for Friday night, August 26th, at the Macon Marriott will be limited and will be $109 each. Total room cost including taxes and lodging fee is $129.26. Reservations can be made directly with the Marriott at 800-228-9290 or 478-621-5300 or you can register online )
A cruise is a little different from a regular conference. It is impossible to wait until the last minute to register or reserve a cabin. We are asking that you make your plans to join us and register for the conference and book your cabin before October 1, 2016.
Passports are not required but are highly recommended. If you do not have a passport, you will need a CERTIFIED COPY of your birth certificate and another government issued ID, such as a drivers license. Get all the details at https://rotary6900.org/event/709
Zone Director Joe Mulkerrin, & DG R2, asks all District 6900 Clubs to "Bring a Friend” to your meeting or special social event to inspire and introduce your friends to your Club's fellowship and allow potential members to see what your Club does and what it stands for. Be creative and fill your Club and District Facebook and social media pages with your events, breakfast, lunches and dinners. HAVE SOME FUN & Bring a Friend! You never know, till you ask! DARE TO BE BETTER!
Text taken from District 6900 Facebook Page
On August 29, 2016, Bert Brantley, Commissioner, Georgia Department of Driver Services, will speak to the Rotary Club of Sandy Springs. The DDS has 66 service centers throughout Georgia and a workforce of over 751. There are over 8.1 million licensed drivers in Georgia and most are aware of the new requirements relating to drivers licenses since 2012.
Monday's program featuring David Hughes Duke of Living Stories was quite interesting and demonstrated the impact videos and music have in delivering a message. David is a member of the Rotary Club of Atlanta and he, along with his son, John, put together the 2017 Rotary International Convention video which may be viewed athttp://livingstories.tv/portfolio/rotary-international
David Hughes Duke at the podium.
L-R David David Hughes Duke with son, John, who work together at Living Stories.
Enjoy more photos at Living Stories Program Photos