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Bulletin for February 8, 2018
 
Summary of February 1 Meeting
 
 
 
Sister Bridget Dickason, Director at The Keeler Women's Center, was our program speaker.
 

"At Keeler Women’s Center, our mission is to empower women in the urban core of Kansas City through education, advocacy, personal and spiritual development. The sisters of Mount St. Scholastica came to Kansas more than 150 years ago to teach young women. Our work at Keeler Women’s Center continues that mission, though in a different format. In addition to our small staff of sisters, more than 100 volunteers donate time each month to make a difference in the lives of women.

Through our programs and services, we see firsthand how women become instruments for change in their families and neighborhoods. When we help a woman learn to read or speak English, manage her health or finances, or start a business, we see her create ripples of hope and change that lift up her children and her community."

Find out more at https://www.mountosb.org/ministries/keeler-womens-center

 
 
President's Message
Jeff Shore
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President
2017-2018
 
We will not be having a March Board Meeting due to the late February Board Meeting. 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

 
 

FIELD TRIP

On Thursday, February 22nd we will be meeting at the InterUrban Art House: 8001 Newton Street, Overland Park, KS

http://www.interurbanarthouse.org/

 

MEMBERSHIP DUES

Reminder, Membership Dues were sent out last week.

 

GROW OUR MEMBERSHIP

Invite a friend/co-worker to Rotary!

 

Meals on Wheels
 
Rotary Club of Johnson County
Meals on Wheels Volunteer Sign-up
January through July 2017
(1st Friday of each month)
 
Below, please find the Meals on Wheels schedule for 2016.  If you wish to participate but did not have a chance to signup, or if you have a conflict with the date, please inform Shelly Tehven.   
 
DATE NAME NAME
     
January 5, 2018 Dave Gras Bill Robinett
February 2, 2018 Mark Smith Pam Stockman
March 2, 2018 Joe Morris Rod Fager
April 6, 2018 Larry Williams Bill Robinett
May 4, 2018 Shelly Tehven Lyle Curtis
June 1, 2018 Joe Morris Pam Stockman
July 6, 2018 Mark Smith Dave Gras
 
 
ROTARY MINUTE
 
 
January 31, 2018
 
Reading the ROTARIAN magazine makes one proud to be part of the 2 million adults and youth involved in humanitarian projects all over the world.  It also serves as a source of inspiration and ideas for doing more in our own communities and supporting District 5710 projects in the Americas. Here are just a couple of examples of how Rotarians are addressing local and global needs:
 
  • The suicides of local teenagers led the Rotarians of Yarmouth, N.S. Canada to work on mental health projects in the schools and sponsor leadership training camps for youth.
 
  • Argentina Rotarians from Rufino have organized and held vision screenings for more than 350 children in four schools in the past few years. This project has spread to other communities and has involved volunteer work from lens makers and a nearby ophthalmologist to help those with the most vision problems. 
 
For years, clubs from District 5710 have been involved in clean water projects in many mountain villages in Guatemala.  Our own club has sent money for filters several times in the past 15 years.  Because of our contributions to Every Rotarian Every Year, we are helping Rotarians all around the world in life-changing Rotary International projects. 
 
by Larry Williams 
 
 
 
Rotary Blog
By Brett Morey, chair of Surfers Unite Rotarian Fellowship and past president of the Rotary Club of La Jolla Golden Triangle, California, USA Have you ever thought of turning a hobby or passion into something even more beneficial through Rotary? … Continue reading
 
By Lindsey Pointer, Rotary Global Grant Scholar During the recent U.S. government shut down, a bipartisan group of roughly two-dozen senators helped craft the funding deal to reopen the government. The group used a “talking stick” as a tool to … Continue reading
 
By Albert Essien, Rotary Club of Tema Meridian, Ghana Fante Mayera is a medium-size rural community of about 800 people in the greater Accra region of Ghana. In August, I visited the community with the manager of the Rotary-USAID partnership … Continue reading
 
Invocation
Feb. 8th         Rod Fager
Feb. 15th        John Ruo
Feb. 22nd      Dave Gras
Mar. 1st          Shelly Tehven
Mar. 8th        Larry Williams
Mar. 15th       Rod Fager
Mar. 22nd      John Ruo
 
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