|Cowgirl Michelle Redlinger reads the newspaper during Rotary.|
Someone dressed as Unknown Rotarian in the foreground.
The Washington Chamber is spearheading the community planning effort for the Washington 175th Anniversary celebration on June 1-8, 2014. Millie Youngquist and Diane Gallagher are volunteer leaders of this effort. Rotarian, Kierstan Peck is also a volunteer leader.
Check out the Chamber's web site with day by day info on the big event.
|Millie Youngquist talks about plans for the upcoming
Millie is also the Director of the Community Foundation of Washington County, and a retired vocal music teacher at WACO.
Back in October, this newsletter reported that it could not verify the claim that Ray Poe made at Rotary that he plays on a seniors softball team that recently won a national championship or something. Poe has recently provided a link to a Naperville Sun newspaper article on his team, the Challengers 65, winning a "gold medal."
That is great, until you read the last line of the article which states the disclaimer that it was "submitted by a member of the community." Hardly the kind of journalistic integrity that goes with sports coverage of national championships.
Way to go, Ray. Congrats on the "gold medal."
November 7: Cheryl Kurtz - PDG Cal Litwiller on Rotary "Future Vision"
November 14: Gary Murphy
November 21: Club Forum !!
November 28: THANKSGIVING - no club meeting