Rotary News - April 2010
April 6, 2010
1) Clarence announced that the Board decided to obtain the services of Debra Youngwirth, CPA, to provide us with monthly financial reports. Much thanks to Jim Paulus for doing all the necessary work that needs to be done as Club Treasurer. 2) Brad Holifield asked the membership to volunteer for the annual 3-on-3 Swish tournament scheduled for July 31 and August 1st. 3) Applications for a booth at the Father of All Yard Sales are being accepted by chair Becky Calderone. She may also need some volunteers to help set up the yard sale which will take place May 14 and 15 at the fairgrounds. Contact her if you would like to be a vendor or can volunteer. 4) Brett Brown, Safeway Store Manager, addressed the club with a very humorous and informative talk about the BTC/Safeway transition. We wish Brett the best of luck and hope that he can rejoin Rotary soon. See you next Tuesday at Mugsy's!

April 13, 2010
A few items of business prior to our speaker: 1) District Conference is coming up soon. Talk to Bill McClintock if you are interested in going. 2) Becky said that booths for the Father of All Yard Sales are still available. She has scheduled the lacrosse team to help with set up and take down, and is planning to ask the cheer leaders and the student council to help during the two day event. Talk to Becky if you would like to sell some of your treasures or if you can help at the sale. 3) Money for the Paul Harris Fund will be sent in soon, as will Polio Plus' "Change for Change", so keep adding to your donations if you can. 4) David McIntosh. announced that our next foreign exchange student will be arriving in August from Brazil. Her name is Laura and she speaks fluent English, Portuguese and Spanish. We are excited to have the opportunity to host another youth next year. 5) There are 13 raffle calendars still available for purchase. 6) Our guest speaker was Idaho State Supreme Court Justice Roger Burdick. He is the 53rd Justice to be appointed (and then re-elected) to the Idaho Supreme Court. He spoke at length about the functions and responsibilities of the State Supreme Court, as well as what the Supreme Court is not responsible for. Fielding questions from the group, Judge Burdick was very humorous and informative about judicial issues of interest. See you next Tuesday!