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Last Week in Rotary...

(and Demotion Recovery)
This was the last meeting of the 2017-2018 Rotary year.
There is not a single picture to prove we had a meeting. We had a mix of old business to wrap up the year and a little introduction from President Elect John Bernard to prepare us for the new year.
This Week in Rotary...
This week and next week, we are in a sort of limbo.
With President Laurence Hansen having been demoted and President John Bernard not yet President, we are taking a brief break.
During this break, bulletins will continue.
Our next meeting will be on July 10. Being a Club Assembly, we are expecting all Newark Rotarians to attend.
President's Corner...
salir adelante (v.): to move forward.
In the 2016-2017 year, our club put forward the Educate2Envision project to receive a matching Global Grant through the Area 3 World Community Service Committee (WCSC). The project was approved.
The mission of Educate2Envision:
Educate2Envision brings affordable and impactful secondary school education to rural poor communities across Honduras.
"Salir adelante" was the response from students when asked why they desire an education. 
From the outset, Educate2Envision was designed to become self-sustaining. In other words, the money invested by Newark Rotary, Area 3 and Rotary International is not simply going into a one-time capital project that will degrade over time. 
A key element of the project's long-term sustainability involves upgrading the rural economy to produce high quality coffee. Selling at a price that is fair to all concerned, the coffee brings more income to the producing families and helps sustain the work of Educate2Envision.
At District Conference, I bought a bag of Adelante coffee.
It is delicious!
Finishing the bag, I realized it is among the best coffees I've ever had, so I immediately placed an order for two more bags.
Great coffee supporting a great cause. What's not to like?
I encourage you to take a look at the Educate2Envision website.
And, as a Newark Rotarian, take pride in the work our club did to bring about a Global Grant in support of this wonderful project.
Back at Hansen Homestead
It is another busy week at Hansen Homestead. This week we are working on the other side of the patio, installing steps down to the garden area and a planter box on the side.
In many past issues of the bulletin, you've seen pictures of me working (mostly) but the reality is that Gail works just as hard. Perhaps more so.
Here she is operating a manual post hole digger.
It's like that in Rotary, too. Any one of us may think we're doing a lot of work for the club. In reality, the success of a Rotary Club is the result of many people who are willing to pick up a shovel and get to work.
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