Thanks to Eric Turner, a Rotarian, for inviting Chris Marshall and Susan Wellington (also Rotarians) to give an update on the $10 million expansion and renovation project at Halcyon House.
|Eric Turner - A Rotarian
|Don Patterson and Tsalika Rich
Thanks to chef Cory Evans from the United Presbyterian Home for catering lunch for Rotary this month!
|Chris Marshall and Susan Wellington from Wesley Halcyon House
Washington Rotary is expanding. Current club President, Tsalika Rich, President-Elect-Elect Michelle Redlinger, and Club Secretary Kiersten Peck are all expecting in the next few months. That has to be some kind of record.
Dr. Ann Harris was the first female member of Washington Rotary, the first female club President, and the first pregnant Rotarian in the club. She a trailblazer and a big supporter of these community leading women.
|Michelle Redlinger, Kiersten Peck, Tsalika Rich, and Dr. Ann Harris
Iowa MOST (Miles Of Smiles Team)Thanks to John Winga for having Deb Dunkhase come speak about District 6000's Iowa MOST (Miles Of Smiles Team) and our partnership with the Rotary Club of Huehuetenango in Guatemala to bring healing for children and adults who need cleft lip and cleft palate surgeries.
In addition to being a club leader at Iowa City Rotary Club, Deb is the Executive Director at the Iowa Children's Museum at the Coral Ridge Mall.
If you're interested in participating in the annual trip to Guatemala, check out the medical and non-medical job descriptions for volunteers.
Want to help support District 600's Annual Cleft Lip and Palate surgical mission to Guatemala? ORDER SALMON! You can also make a tax-deductible donation by writing a check to Rotary D6000 HEF, Inc., with "Iowa MOST" on the memo line.
RAGBRAI - Friday, July 29th 2016Don't forget to bookmark the RAGBRAI Washington web site, http://ragbraiwashington.com/. You can also find them on FaceBook, Twitter, and Instagram. Use the hashtag #washrag
ORDER RAGBRAI SHIRTS: Order on-line at http://ragbraiwashington.com/shirts/ or purchase them at Dodici Shop, Coffee Corner, or the Chamber of Commerce.
HOST A RIDER(S): The Washington RAGBRAI Housing Committee is looking for volunteers to provide parking for motor homes, space for tents, floor space, beds, and/or bathroom facilities. Hosts are not required to transport or feed the riders, and are not allowed to charge for accommodations.
Hosts are expected to provide riders with a place to sleep, access to a bathroom and shower and possibly somwhere to fill water bottles. They are not required to entertain guests or provide them with amenities such as towels, soap or shampoo.
Sign Up to host some riders !!
April 28: Club Forum!
May 5: Kathy Salazar - TBA
May 12: Dick Colby - TBA
May 19: TBA - Kirkwood Business Partners Training