- Pledge – Levi
- 4 Way Test – Gregg
- Invocation – Stuart
Mike and Levi submitted the final report for the 2018-19 grant project. All the pieces are now in place for us to proceed with the 2019-20 project of First Aid, CPR and AED training equipment to Moravia Four Town.
Bethany updated us on 3rd grade book project. Books have been ordered and we are moving forward with presentation to the 3rd grade class on March 28 from 0830-0930 at Millard Fillmore Elementary. Meet at the front office area wearing Rotary clothing if you are able to attend.
Bob Balk suggested a scholarship/award for Eagle Scouts who are graduating high school. Discussion ensued. Idea tabled until we have anyone who fits that criteria graduating.
Mike received RI convention delegate card for conference in Hamburg. Will forward on to DG Marv to represent us.
March district newsletter is out. Mike highlighted a few points…
Levi and Mike will finalise this year’s grant paperwork (Historical Society preservation goods) this weekend.
We are all thinking of Bob Copley as he continues on the mend!
Flooding in the Midwest is happening – Maybe a Rotary fund drive in the future?
We recieved a patch for our donation to this year’s Rose Parade float for Rotary.
Letter from MCS about scholarships was also received. Colleen to contact school. If you wish to be on the scholarship committee this year, please contact her.
A longtime Rotary Auction patron will be downsizing soon and wanted Stuart to take a look at some of the things she has. After visiting and “shopping” he made a list of viable options for our auction in August. We thank them for thinking of us and their gracious donations!
Foundation report from Bob Balk – We are at 33% of our goal for the year. Our PolioPlus goal has been blown out of the water as we are at a whopping 3,282% of our goal!
Pat Kinney will be presenting on behalf of Hope Food Pantry at an upcoming meeting. Mike will contact her to set up a day that works for all.
Gregg did fines.
A few members brought in food and personal care items to donate to the Hope Food Pantry. This is the only pantry in Moravia now; a $6 donation (monetary or in kind) equates to 35 lbs of meat able to be purchased.
Tom gave the club an update on Joan, and Gregg was able to attend his first meeting in a while. Here’s to both of them feeling better!
Wayne reported that there was slight complication with the District Grant, but that it had been sorted out; missed filling out a few sections and a misunderstanding on wording. Both, the First Aid Instructor Kit and Training and the Scholarship application, were submitted.
Mike and Levi are in the process of completing the Grant Final Report for 2018-19.
The club polio fund collection, RotoPig, is at $65, with $3300 donated in Val’s name.
The club received thanks for contributing to the Books for the World; the $115 donation contributed to purchasing multiple pallets.
There will be a Finance Committee meeting, before the regular club meeting – 3/19, at 5pm at Mike’s office.
March 23rd, Jamie (from the Betty Blue), will be participating in a Polar Plunge at Taughannock Falls (yes I had to Google how to spell Taughannock). There is a donation jar at the Betty Blue with proceeds benefiting the Special Olympics.
The Vernon-Verona-Sherrill club is asking for volunteers for two FFA breakfast events; March 23-24 and March 30-31, 7am – 12pm (can do one or more for one or more hours) at VVS High School. If you can help, please email your availability to Sarah Ouellette, the VVS FFA Advisor, at email@example.com.
District Training is April 6th from 8am – 12pm at VVS High School. All club officials are encouraged to attend.
April 30th meeting is cancelled – District Conference is the following weekend, May 3-5.