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August 13th
Rotarians.  I hope you have had a good and productive week.  It is time to gather again for our weekly zoom meeting Thursday at noon.  We are all feeling the stress and responsibility of making decisions for our employees and families during these uncertain times.  Imagine making decisions that affect over 12,000 students and staff!  Andy Feinstein, UNC president is our speaker this week!  A great speaker, Rotarian fellowship, and the Presidents scavenger hunt!  Lets set a new zoom record for attendance!  See you Thursday....Carl
August 14th - UNC Fall Coaches
Our presentation last week was John D. Rockefeller, Jr.  by way of Chautauqua.  Mr. Rockefeller was doing damage control due to the Ludlow Massacre in the area of Trinidad, Colorado. The powerful Rockefeller family owned Colorado Fuel and Iron Company and there was a strike of employees in Pueblo, Colorado.
JD told us he did not have interest in expanding his family’s empire but wanted to help people with his wealth.
JD Rockefeller was played by Hayden Hein.  He just graduated from Greeley Central High School and plans to attend St. John’s College in Annapolis, MD.
Lou Steinberg awarded Tom Norton his Paul Harris +6.  Congratulations and thank you for setting a  good example for the rest of the club.
Chris Woodruff let us know that the Fall District Assembly is on October 10th from 9-11 a.m.  The main speaker is our Rotary International President Holger Knaack.
Carl Alm and Mark Larson would like to let us know that they are on the lookout for speakers for our club.
A celebration of life for Pete Morell is scheduled for August 12th from 3:00 – 4:00 pm at Island Grove Arena.
Tim Coons won the scavenger hunt with his family’s homemade apple butter.
Kim Larson had a video totally out of character.  Every Memorial Day their family brands cattle.  Three years ago, she is branding cattle with exchange student from Slovakia, Dominic.
A message from Sarita Reddy
Dear Fellow Rotarians:
This is my first attempt using the email feature of Clubrunner - so forgive me if this does not go as planned!
As most of you know, I have the honor of leading Adeo (formerly known as Greeley Center for Independence), an organization that was founded by Hope Cassidy more than 40 years ago. We support people with brain injuries and other disabilities to live in the community. 
This year, in light of the global pandemic, we are raising awareness and funds for the work we do by hosting a two week virtual Walk, Run or Roll (wheelchairs and bicycles both count) event. 
I am writing to ask you to consider supporting our work by registering for this event at the level that works for you. If you are like me, you are taking the opportunity to spend time outdoors as much as possible. Log your miles with our event and you will support us while doing what makes you feel good. 
You can find all the information about our organization, the event and registration at the link below.
Thank you for all you do for the community!
Upcoming Greeley Satellite Rotary Club Meetings: 
Wednesday, August 19...Bulldog Deli. We will be hearing from Sharron Eberhard from Lifestories.
Wednesday, September 2...Crabtree Brewing
“Ted” Gilliland - 9 years; joined August 11th, 2011
Jonathan Seitz - 11 years; joined August 13th, 2009
Club Information

Welcome to Greeley Centennial Rotary!

Greeley Centennial

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 12:00 PM
5401 W. 20TH ST.
Greeley, CO 80634
United States of America
Currently meeting on Zoom
Satellite Group Meeting
1st and 3rd Wednesdays
5:00 PM
(at a different local business
each time)
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