DG Kirk Driskell and AG William MacArthur will be in attendance https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84644872669
RSVP for plated lunch with social distancing Below is the ZOOM link for the meeting tomorrow. Bare with me as I get to run the show this week, and I am not skilled. :) Angela Williamson is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: Rotary July 2nd John Brown's Induction Time: Jul 2, 2020 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Please download and import the following iCalendar (.ics) files to your calendar system. Weekly: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/tZctf-6rpzIoGNI0TtYrUExdqG4pEDY0xBk3/ics?icsToken=98tyKuGrrjMtGd2cshuBRpwqAoqgKOnxmFhBjY10zCvxOjJmRxvyJ8UWIpdbKYjI Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83087399226 Meeting ID: 830 8739 9226 One tap mobile +13017158592,,83087399226# US (Germantown) +13126266799,,83087399226# US (Chicago) Dial by your location +1 301 715 8592 US (Germantown) +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago) +1 646 876 9923 US (New York) +1 408 638 0968 US (San Jose) +1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose) +1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma) +1 346 248 7799 US (Houston) Meeting ID: 830 8739 9226 Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kdvQOT03Tg
Plated Lunch at the Plaza and please wear mask.
We will meet IN PERSON at 1 pm in the Private Dining Room of Georgia Southwestern State University. We will also be live streaming the meeting for those who are not yet comfortable coming out. Help us honor the winners of the 2019-20 Rotarian of the Year, Rotarian of the Decade and Service Above Self awards! Rotary masks will be distributed to all Rotarians present and we will be distributing prizes won in the Annual Trip Raffle (complete with picture collage from our virtual event). We will also be inducting new officers for 2020-21 year!
Come join President John for his first Wine or Whine of his year at Teri's barn at 900 Clyde Griffin Rd, Thomasville, GA
Ms. Caldwell spoke on a poverty program being worked on in our community.
Joe Brown reviewed Thomasville Rotary website and Rotary International website with membership.
Speaker - Susan Norris, Founder and Executive Director of Rescuing Hope
Get to know your fellow members by participating in our very first Game Show!
President Lynne will share her vision for our club as we celebrate our 70th anniversary.
President Steve Ivory shared the State of the Club in a SWOC analysis
Visitors: Uku Urb (GRSP Alum), ADG Ceasar Gaiters, Jasmine Morgan
Welcome President Ardy Bastien and his team as we meet in person at the Dunwoody Country Club for breakfast!
At the home of Lynn & Scott Einfeldt in Sandy Springs
This is a virtual meeting using Zoom. Here is the link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83529853821
Mr. Joy Charles, ASHS STAR Student, STAR Teacher Ms. Phoenecia Cummings, and Principal Kimothy Hadley will be our guests. We will also be presenting the District 6900 Lifelong Learning Grant to a member of our law enforcement community.
Meet at Leslie Erwin's Office or join VIA Zoom invitation
Members and their families are invited to congregate at a designated Rotarian's driveway for fun and connection. Bring your own chairs, snacks and beverage of choice. We will practice social distancing and limit each driveway party up to 12 people. You will be randomly assigned to a driveway in the Buckhead/Brookhaven area. You must sign-up by Friday July 10th at noon so we can determine how many Rotarian driveway destinations we need. Then we will let you know your surprise destination. Let the fun begin.
Please join us for Rotary Club of Marietta's 100th Annual Presidents' Night Celebration
Bring your own lunch and chair. Looking forward to seeing everyone in person! 3360 Osborne Rd. Brookhaven, GA 30319
Stress Relief and Therapies that work
Mr. Smith updated the club on Covid-19 issues, civil unrest and local constructions projects in the city.
Join us for fellowship and fun at HOUCK"S!
Ms Knight has written an article for Thomasville Magazine entitled "Angels Among Us." It looks at several angels that have help our community in this time of need. Jacqueline has a strong background in public and community relations, promotions, marketing, advertising and video production. From her days as a PR and marketing consultant on Madison Avenue through her career as a journalist and ghostwriter, she has been creating, planning, and managing events, public information campaigns, public relations campaigns, crisis management and community relations campaigns for more than 30 years. Jacqueline has not only established an array of media, community, corporate, and government contacts on local, regional, national and international levels but she has managed to say ahead of the trends and become an expert in Social Media Management and Internet Marketing. A journalist for more than 30 years, she is an accomplished writer and magazine editor as well as a ghostwriter for several authors. She has been a tour publicist or public relations consultant for three Miss America’s, more than 17 authors and several international speakers. Jacqueline specializes in and consults with non-profit charitable organizations and municipalities in a variety of areas including program development, fundraising, grant writing, marketing and promotion, board development, volunteer coordination, management and organization and is an expert at assisting them in establishing “Social Enterprise” ventures to assist in their long term funding efforts. Ms. Knight studied Communications and Journalism at Southern Illinois University, and San Jose State; music at Cabrillo College and has Degrees in Biblical Studies, and in Theology as well as several certificates in Ministerial Training. She is a certified “Green” consultant and specializes in Public Relations, Brand Marketing, Personal Branding and Social Network Management. She is the mother of a fourteen-year old, special needs son, Gabriel; adopted in 2006 and is currently ghostwriting three books, one for a Florida politician, a Christian devotional and a self-help book that focused on personal development..
Unsolved murder mysteries of those who have vanished.
Dunwoody County Club, 6:00 pm
At Due South/The Loft
Join this special in-person Thirsty Thursday celebration of President Cathie's year! We'll enjoy each other's company and President Cathie will recognize individuals and teams who helped connect Rotary to the World during her year as President.
Location to be announced.
Cleanup and painting inside.
Landscape cleanup outside.
Come early and leave as your time allows.
This is a virtual meeting via Zoom. Link to be sent before the meeting.
Tyler Joiner, STAR Student from Southland Academy will be our guest.
Come join your fellow Rotarians while we hold an informal happy hour over Zoom. Bring your snacks and your beverage of choice. This is limited to the first 12 Rotarians who sign-up. Your family is welcome to join in the conversation. Please sign-up by Friday July 17th at noon. We will send you the Zoom link thereafter.
Spartan Wheel Chariots is owned by a paraplegic outdoorsman who started building rugged all-terrain wheelchairs on the tailgate of his truck. Even the best wheelchairs are not designed for outdoor use. Founder Ben Huntzinger was determined to fix that. Ben researched the least expensive products that still maintain strong integrity for off-road use. That way, everyone could afford an all-terrain wheelchair. He partnered with Spinergy Wheels, the "Cadillac" of wheels to identify a strong and reliable wheel with the best price per wheel. We believe everybody worldwide needs access to living. Spartan Wheel Chariots are the answer. In 2019, Ben participated in the Georgia Chamber of Commerce's InVenture Prize Competition. He found an incredible community of support for his rugged all-terrain wheelchairs. Since then, our mission has been to partner with extraordinary people in providing an extraordinary product. We're changing lives, one wheelchair at a time.
Director of Psychological Services at Wellstar, Dr. Breshears will speak on behavioral health issues.
Stephen Brown and Chris Stephens Program
1600 Dunwoody Country Club Drive, Dunwoody GA 30350
Jess McNeill will update the club on legacy agriculture some biological agriculture in the future of farming.
Rotarian Chief Troy Rich will present an overview of policing in Thomasville.
Garnet Reynolds and Ginger Queener
Subscribe link: https://johnscreek.rotary6900.org/calendar/subscribe