Welcome to 1st week of February, 2020.
Thanks for last week’s program presented by our own Daniel Davis regarding Rotary electronic make ups and then the report on activities inside the BSA and at Ackridge Scout Reservation in Dover/Camden.
This Week, We welcome new Colonial Rotary members Troy and Kim Adams, owners of Mountain Consulting based in Dover.
Bob Benton will speak briefly on the occasion of Dover Colonial Rotary Clubs 30th anniversary.
This week’s program presenter, Lisa Grossman will talk on her activities at Dover’s Bayhealth Medical Center. Some will remember her husband Steve was once a Colonial Rotary member.
There are still 8 weeks open on our speakers list. Please sign up now to take responsibility to secure a program presenter. Beginning February 15th, dates will be assigned and published in upcoming newsletters. The clipboard at the check-in desk every week. Or you can email Amy Dotson-Newton at email@example.com to discover available dates and sign up.
RLI, the Rotary Leadership Institute is scheduled nearby at Maple Dale Country Club on Saturday, April 4th, 2020. This one day includes lunch and training on how to effectively be part of your Rotary leadership team. There are 54 slots available and currently 2 registered to attend including president Alex. The $95 fee will be reimbursed to you by the Club. Register through DACdb.com.
Colonial Club Calendar:
April 24, 2020 – Camp Fairlee work day
April 25, 2020 – Delaware Division of Forestry tree planting event in Blackbird State Forest near Smyrna/Middletown.
June 10, 2020, beginning at 5PM – The Dover Running Festival.
Yours In Rotary Service,
Alex Vaughan, President