Doing the Most Good
The September 20, 2018 meeting was called to order by Pres. John Gorton.  The prayer was led by Rot. Tom Avant and the pledged by Rot. Steve LaForge.  The song, 'God Bless America' was NOT led by Rot. Rocky Roberson but by Rot. Jay Epperson.  The Rotarian of the Day was Lt. David Brittle, who introduced Major Stacie McWilliams with The Salvation Army. Catering provided by Jimmy's Egg.
Pres. Gorton calling the meeting to order.
Interesting facts for September 20th:
National  Pizza Day
9/20/1968 - Fellow Oklahoman, Mickey Mantle hits his final career home #536
9/20/1913 - Chickasha locals waiting in anticipation for the delivery of the Daily Oklahoman (pictures on tables)
Amanda Brittle, spouse of Rot. David Brittle
Chickasha Middle School Honor Students of the Month:  Adrian, Counselor Jennifer Heath, and Carson.
When it was time for the song, Rot. Rocky Roberson was missing!  Rot. Epperson stepped up to lead.
Rot. Hal Brock delivering the Sunshine report.
Sgt. of Arms Brad Duvall - another day, another fine, er, dollar.
Duvall recruits the CMS Honor Students to help collect fines.
Rot. Tom Adams is first...who said John Deere?
Rot. Bill McVey forgot his badge...that'll cost you.
Duvall snags bucks from Rot. Jason Jarnagin for both the short pants fine and for leaving early.
ROTD Brittle introduces his speaker for the day.
Major Stacie McWilliams with The Salvation Army.
Hamburgers and home fries from Jimmy's Egg.
Major Stacie McWilliams was born and raised in Forest, MS. She met her husband Major Thomas McWilliams while in college at the University of Southern Mississippi. They have been married 26 years and has one daughter, Brittany 23, pursing her masters at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
After being commissioned in 1994 as an officer in The Salvation Army she served at Mt. Airy N.C., Sumter, SC., Spartanburg, SC., at divisional headquarters in Jackson, MS, then as Area Commander of Palm Beach County, Florida and Jacksonville, Florida. She loves to play tennis and travels in her spare time. She now serves as General Secretary and Divisional Secretary for Women’s Ministries of the Arkansas/Oklahoma Division. And she loves to work with the other women officers in this division.