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Steve Quigley
2018-19 Club President

We meet Thursdays at 12:00pm

Clarion Hotel Highlander Conference Center
2525 N Dodge St
Iowa City, IA  52245

IC Noon Rotary Stories
The club was greeted by, Rtns. Sarah Richardson and Rich Hatch.
Our Meeting was called to order by President Steve Quigley
President Steve gave a special thank you to Past Presidents Verne Folkmann and Jim Conard for filling in for his while he was out of town.  The club also cheered that Thais Winkleblack was back at Rotary!
Rtns. Gene Wandling and Brianna Wills, co-chairs of the Outbound International Scholarship Committee announced this year’s scholarship recipient.  Isabelle teDuites is a 2016 Iowa City High graduate and a Junior at the University of Iowa Tippie School of Business.  Izzy was a 2016 Xicotepec trip participant.  She will use the scholarship while studying abroad in Santiago, Chile this year.
Rtn. Brad Baldes, co-chair of the Ronald McDonald House Committee announced the final figure from this year’s golf tournament.  A record-setting $60,245 was raised this year!
Rtn. Eric Weiler announced that our club is collaborating with the Rotary Club of Marshalltown to raise funds for tornado recovery.  Over 700 properties were damanged in the storm.  Funds will be matched up to $500.  Mail any donations to President Matt Garber, PO Box 754, Marshalltown, IA 50158.
Rtn. Sara Sedlacek announced the results of the Rotary Food Fight for the Crisis Center of Johnson County.  Our Club did not come in last place this year!  With the generous $3,000 matching funds from Rtn. Mace Braverman, our club raised $6,000, which equals 24,285 pounds of food, or 334 pounds per member.  The Food Fight raised about 50,000 pounds of food total, which stocks the shelves of the food pantry for about 2 months.  This event has a huge impact on the community.
Rtn. Pete Wallace gave an update on the Iowa MOST project.  The 2019 trip dates have been set (contact Rtn. Deb Dunkase for details)!  There is a need for members, a rare occurance!  They need a photographer/blogger, Spanish interpreters, and general helpers in the post-op area (mainly holding babies – no medical skills needed).
President Steve Quigley gave an update on the Triangle Park project.  The District approved a grant of $3,750 to be combined with the $5,000 our club raised.  Unfortunately, the City was forced to delay approval of project, and since grant funds have to be used within the year, our club will have to return the funds.  We can reapply for grants in the future.

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