12:00 - 1:00 PM MEETING
June 24
Club Assembly
Strategic Plan Report
July 1
Holli Seabury, Club President 2019-2020
State of the Club Address
July 8
Andrew Lamping
Cyclone Social
July 15
Club Assembly for Strategic Plan discussion
July 22
July 29
Andrew Gritzmaker
Habitat for Humanity
Spin for June 24, 2019 
GREETERS: Steve Smith (Fort Wayne Medical Surety Co) & David Dyer (Tonn & Blank Construction
CASHIER: Tom Beaver (Indiana Stamp)
INVOCATION: Tim Shambaugh (Retired Oral Surgeon)
SONG LEADER: John Alexander (Retired, American Sealants)
HOUSE:  Dick Sievers (Allen County Jail Chaplain) & Fred Eckart (Retired)
SPIN AUTHOR: Stasha Carrasquillo (Turnstone Center)
PHOTOS & AV: Julie Zolliner (Bona Vita Architecture)
WEB MASTER & SPIN: James Cress (Retired Lutheran Pastor)
PIANO: Masson Robertson (retired from IPFW and The Philharmonic)
PROGRAM: Club Assembly for Strategic Plan Report and feedback
MENU: Tomato Bisque & Clam Chowder Soups, Chapman Salad, Balsamic Chicken, Roasted Potatoes, Steamed Broccoli & Assorted Desserts
Thanks to Julie Zollinger for taking photos and showing PowerPoint programs June 17 and June 24! ...James Cress  
Stories by Stasha Carrasquillo from our June 17, 2019 meeting.
Sergeant’s Program
Lori Stinson introduced New Tech High School recent graduate and Interact Treasurer Tony Tin. Tony shared a Year in Review from Interact’s activities over the past school year. These activities included: The Rotary-Interact 5K Polio event; raising funds to sponsor Cecilia, a  Student at Kilala Academy in Tanzania; Breast Cancer Walk; Fright Night; PFW Interact Conference joined by Wane’s Champion Together Club; selling hot chocolate as a fundraiser to help purchase school supplies for Lakota Schools; running a clothing drive to benefit children at Lakota Schools; volunteering at Kingston Nursing Home; volunteering for the Big Easy Rotary Feast; presenting thank you letters and care packages to lunch ladies and custodians at New Tech HS; attending the  Cherry Blossom Festival of Fort Wayne; and volunteering at the Summit Equestrian Center.
Featured Speaker
David Buuck – TITLE, CASS Housing
CASS Housing exists to help answer the big question for parents with children who have developmental disabilities: What’s going to happen to my child when I can no longer care for them or when I pass away? The housing model provides an option for people with developmental disabilities to live independently. More information about the housing model can be found online at www.casshousing.org
David shared a virtual tour of one of the CASS house. This video tour can be viewed at this link:  https://vimeo.com/279903846
How can you help CASS?
  • Spread the word to continue growing the waiting list for residents
  • Connect CASS with people that can help
    • Trades
    • Suppliers
    • Land owners (for future expansion)
  • Brainstorming (help refine and evolve the model)
  • Donate
Annual Celebration Dinner June 20, Baker Street Station  
Please plan to attend the June 20 Rotary Club of Fort Wayne Celebration Dinner at the Baker Street Station and be prepared to board the “Service Above Self Express!”  
We will be telling the amazing story of the events, activities and service projects of 2018-19 Rotary Club of Fort Wayne. And plan to have FUN!  (Holli Seabury will serve as emcee. Need we say more?)  
Please RSVP to Jane NOW! Deadline was June 13. Details follow. 
  • Location: Baker Street Station, 221 W. Baker Street, Fort Wayne
  • Date: Thursday, June 20
  • Time: Social hour 6 pm; dinner 6:45 pm, followed by the program 
  • Theme: "All Aboard the Service Above Self Express!"
  • Cost: $40 per ticket (Significant others and friends welcome!) 
  • RSVP: Jane Wilks  Deadline was June 13! 
  • Menu: Rosemary chicken and beef roulade and side dishes. Please let us know if you prefer a vegan/vegetarian meal.  (Of course, we’ll have a chocolate fountain in honor of the Rotary Water Jet Fountains at the new Riverfront.)
  • Questions? Contact Holli Seabury at RotarianHolli@gmail.com or 260-760-4831.  
2020 Convention
For those planning to attend the 2020 Convention, rooms are quickly filling up – see Lisa Waterman for room reservation information.
Price Increases
Effective July 1, 2019, annual dues will be increased by $10. Also effective July 1, 2019, the cost of lunch will also increase for the first time in nine years from $10 to $11.
Fundraising Update
There are two weeks left to give to the Rotary Foundation in this Rotary Year to help our club reach our annual goal of $35,000. We are currently behind the Anthony Wayne chapter in total giving this year, but if every one of our members gave $25 before the end of this month, we would surpass them and reach our chapter goal.
Our chapter has a history for being one of the most generous in our districts and we hope you will consider supporting the important work of Rotary International through a financial gift of support before the end of the Rotary Year on June 30.
Rotary Club of Fort Wayne
Timetable for Strategic Planning
TODAY - Member Feedback at Club Meeting 
July 1 - 2019-2020 Club President Overview
July 8 - Present Final Strategic Plan to Club
UPCOMING PROGRAMS: Invite a guest to hear…………..
July 1: Holli Seabury, Club President 2019-2020: State of the Club Address
July 8: Andrew Lamping: Cyclone Social
July 15: Club Assembly for Strategic Plan Final Approval
July 22: TBA
July 29: Andrew Gritzmaker: Habitat for Humanity
June 25: Old-New Board Meeting, 8am, PBS 39 (Coliseum & Crescent, enter off Trier Rd)
July 16: New Committee Chair meeting, 11:30, Parkview Field in the 400 Club
ANNOUNCEMENTS…Mark Your Calendar
July 27: Polio Plus 5K Run/Walk
August 29: Rotary at the TinCaps
September 6: Golf Outing at Autumn Ridge Golf Club
Anthony Wayne Club now meets on Wednesday at noon at the Holiday Inn across from the Coliseum (Paul Shaffer Drive)
You can now access Rotary Files at the Library: http://www.genealogycenter.info/rotaryfortwayne/
Maurice Pearl, General Manager, CitiLink, Proposed by Jason Daenens
Fort Wayne Newspapers, Sponsored by Rick Zolman:
Scott Stanford, President & CEO (member of Ski Town USA Club); Sherry Skufca, Editor of Journal Gazette; John Christensen, Director of Sales & Marketing