November 4, 2022
 
Piedmont Airlines, a part of American Airlines, was the topic of club speaker CEO Eric Morgan (second from right) at tonight’s meeting of The Rotary Club of Salisbury. Piedmont is a major local employer with about 400 of its companywide 10,000 employees working in Wicomico County.   Most of those local employees are airplanes mechanics, a skill in short supply locally. 
 
Raffle chairman Joe Stefursky unveiled the final amount raised...$38,120. This exceeded our goal of $35,000.  Proceeds will be used to fund the club’s many community projects. 
 
 
With 37 years of club membership, including serving as president in the 1995-1996 year, Mike Hickson was our Get Acquainted...Get Reacquainted speaker, part of the club’s effort to help all members learn about our veteran members. 
 

 
Upcoming club projects include the purchase and distribution of new coats to poor children, building a wheelchair ramp for the widow of a Vietnam War veteran, the purchase and distribution of dictionaries to 3rd and 4th grade students in Wicomico County,  Salvation Army bell ringing, and selecting non-profit groups as recipients of money for our 3-Point Initiative program to help build integrity, responsibility, and academic achievement among area youth. 
 
Interested in joining the growing number of members of The Rotary Club of Salisbury and becoming one of our People of Action?  Contact Ginnie Malone at 410-251-6188 or gmalone@cbmove.com  The club meets Thursday nights at 6:10 at the Rotary Scout and Community Center at 1715 Riverside Drive, Salisbury, Maryland.