Posted by Cheryl Baker on Jan 23, 2018
I read Easton Mayor Sal Panto's post on facebook this morning with a lot of interest - he was sharing his remarks he made on Saturday at a presentation about the new  DaVinci Science Center in Easton. We are so lucky to be able to have the opportunity to have a front row seat for the latest news directly from the Center's Executive Director, Lin Erickson herself this Thursday! 
Last week's meeting wasn't quite so much a club assembly meeting as it was a chance for us all to catch up a little bit; we were able to present, and vote on, our slate of officers for next year. We had VERY special guests - fresh from their recent return to the United States, we were graced by the entire Shnaydruk family! Alex gave us an update, and it was wonderful to see Iryna and Victoria
We talked a bit about new members, and some upcoming opportunities for them - one coming up this Saturday, courtesy of Susan Burnett and the Foundation committee to offer a better understanding of how the Rotary Foundation works. We would also like to have our new members put together their own service project, specifically so that they can get to know each other better. 
If anyone has an idea for what could be done, offer it up! I'm sure there are plenty of projects from which our community could benefit.
We're closing in on our goal for coats for the kids at Thomas Jefferson - we're at $425; we need to raise $175 more to get to our goal. If you'd like to help get us there, here is the link:
Next Monday is our Emergency Sheltering project - don't forget to reach out to Ginny Wolkoff if you can help! We still could use a few people to help with cleanup once the meal is done 
See you all Thursday! 
Service Above Self. Making A Difference.
President Cheryl, Making A Difference
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