The meeting was called to order by President Jean Maychack in the new Eichelberger Pavilion at Carillon Park.  President Jean recognized all the Veterans in attendance and thanked them for their service.  She invited them to stand and be recognized as Past President Sue played a melody of the anthems of the different military branches. 
Bill Nance led the club in an invocation, the 4-Way Test and the Pledge of Allegiance and then called on Steve Conklin to introduce the numerous guests in the audience.
Next up was Secretary Kim Bramlage who reminded the group about Holiday Caroling on December 4th and Special Guest Day on November 25th where all are encouraged to bring a prospective member guest.  She then recognized the birthdays of Alan Moscowitz and Mike Houser.  Kim then called for any voluntary Day-10s. Heather Martin gave a Day-10 to announce that our Rotary Reads project is back up and going at Louise Troy school and anyone who wants to read should contact her.
Alan Moscowitz gave a Day-100 to celebrate his birthday.  Jimmy Leach gave a Day-10 to announce an upcoming performance event.  Penny Wolff gave a Day-50 to announce a need for volunteers to help start an Interact club (high school age Rotary) at DECA.  Merle Wilberding gave a Day-100 in honor of Veterans.  Sandy Gudorf gave a Day-25 to update the group on the Holiday Floats that will be ready for the upcoming Holiday Parade and thanked all who helped repair them.  Dave Williamson gave a Day-30 for Dan Patterson, Ron Nischwitz and Merle Wilberding.  Heath MacAlpine gave a Day-50 for his veteran Grandfather, Uncle and Father and the two guests he brought with him to the meeting.  Bill Weaner gave a Day-100 in honor of Fred Abrams and the award/honor he received last week.  Terry Williamson gave a Day-10 in honor of Ken Herr.  Fran Rickenbach gave a Day-10 in honor of her father for his service.  Charlie Simms gave a Day-100 for all the Veterans.  John Lyman gave a Day-10 for WSU beating Miami. 
Kim then turned the meeting back over to President Jean who called on our host and speaker for the day Fellow Rotarian and Carillon Park CEO, Brady Kress, presented a brief history on the development of Carillon Park and the surrounding region. The impact Carillon founder Edward Deeds had on the greater Dayton region was illustrated as well. Brady reviewed a number of museum projects completed over the last year including the restoration and relocation of the Old River Park pool tower; the building of the 100’ tall Brethen observation tower, topped with the Callahan clock; and the opening and rededication of the Wright Brothers National Museum. A virtual tour of Carillon Park’s newest 32,000 sq. ft. addition was given, highlighting the WinSupply Center of Leadership’s Culp’s Café, Eichelberger Pavilion, and the Rieck Family, Schear Family and Roger Glass Galleries. An explanation of their designs and exhibit components was also shared.