Pledge: President Pat DeVito
Prayer: Gary McCauley
THE FOUR WAY TEST of the things we think, say, or do
- Is it the TRUTH?
- Is it FAIR to all concerned?
- Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
- Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?
Raffle: Devin Carney, Ralph Stevens, Joan Michaud
VISITING ROTARIAN: Ralph Stevens, The Rotary Club of Sanibel-Captiva
Marty D for the student, having breakfast with Bob A and Joe A, Bob A for the student, Joe A be positive the Steelers will win, Ralph S thankful to be above the water line, Alan S for the student, Gary McC happy for the support received at The Beacon dinner, Nancy M for the student, Jeanne Manfredi happy to be with us this AM, Charlie R for the dictionary project and the NYG, Bill O for the student, Kathy C happy for Gary McC, Pete Z a sad dollar for all the lost golf balls.
- DMG for Acton Public Library has been approved by District 7980
- ARAP funds approved by Selectmen now goes to committee
- OS Chamber asked The Rotary Club of Old Saybrook to male a scarecrow no decision
- 25th Anniversary of The Community Foundation of Middlesex County
- Voted to send $5,000.00 to the Rotary club of Sanibel-Captiva for IAN relief.
- Turkey Drive may raise $1,500.00 will direct $500.00 to Old Saybrook, Westbrook, and Old Lyme family services units
PROGRAM: Tara Winch
STUDENT OF THE MONTH (English): Lyme-Old Lyme High School
Vice Principal, Lyme/Old Lyme High School, Jeanne Manfredi introduced Rhyleigh Russell. Rhyleigh is an outstanding student with a wide variety of interests in many school activities. English teacher Elizabeth Cleveland described Rhyleigh as a creative thinker, and with a passion for stories. Rhyleigh’s impressive set of values made for an easy choice for the Student of the Month Award. Rhyleigh is considering a half dozen Liberal Arts colleges in New England for continuing education
STUDENT OF THE MONTH (English): WESTBROOK HIGH SCHOOL
Student Lydia Marvin was unable to attend. Lydia will be invited to come next month to receive her award.
STUDENT OF THE MONTH (English): OLD SAYBROOK HIGH SCHOOL
Student Catherine Minegar unable to attend due to a mix-up.
Nathan Wise talked about the upcoming performance of HMS. Pinafore, Valley Regional High School Kelsey Hill Rd Deep River, Saturday and Sunday October 15,16, 2022. Nathan is in the play and gave us a sample of the music he will be singing. Well Done.
Golf Tourney: Charlie Renshaw
- Charlie will have final income figures next week looks like $9-10,000
- Sandi Taylor was pleased with the everything about the tourney
- Brent and Sandi’s daughter thanked The Club of all the effort
- Talk about and decide time and venue for next year
Mac Dinner: John Aforismo
- Sell tickets!!!
- Friday John & John G will shop
- Runners in place
- Saturday need help in kitchen and packaging cookies
- Sunday AM setup John G cooking need help
- Sunday PM need help with cleanup
- Foundation: Jan Perruccio - No Report
- Outreach: Joan Michaud - Sending $300.00 to VFW Old Lyme, Dinner and Fund Raiser
- Membership: Pete Zucco - Has been in contact with Kathy and Kristina AAA
- Website: Marty recognized the taker of minutes who have been rotating week to week to make sure they get done. Thanks for an excellent job to Nathan Wise, Bill McLaughlin, Charlie Renshaw and Marty
- Wednesday October 19, 2022, Discussion of the History of Rotary
- Wednesday October 16, 2022, Ngwesi Library Maureen Hughes The Rotary Club of North Branford Noon Penny Lane Pub
- Wednesday November 2, 2022, Kristin Mazziotti COSTCO Estuary of Seniors Breakfast 7:00 AM
- Wednesday November 9, 2022, Student of the Month Mathematics 7:00 A M Saybrook Point Inn
- Wednesday November 16, 2022, Donna DeLisa Old Saybrook Garden Club Noon Penny Lane Pub
- Wednesday November 23, 2022, NO MEETING THANKSGIVING
- Wednesday November 30, 2022, Social event at Mycrene Brewery Ragged Rock Road
AVENUES OF SERVICE
- Club Service
- Community Service
- Vocational Service
- New Generations
- International Service
A breakdown of all the sub committees is on our web site. Look it over.
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY
”Even with a high cost, living has remained very popular”