Bulletin Editor
Lynn Wood
Paul Harris Fellow
Paul Harris once said, “Perhaps dreaming is not so bad if one dreams good dreams and makes them come true.” In Rotary we make dreams a reality through extraordinary projects and activities here at home and around the world. These projects would not be possible without the generous support of Rotarians to the RI Foundation. The Paul Harris Fellow recognition acknowledges individuals who contribute, or who have contributions made in their name, of $1,000 to The Rotary Foundation.
Congratulations to Lynn Galbraith-Wilson for receiving her Paul Harris Fellow +1 recognition today! 
Todays Meeting
- Happy Birthday to Neal Schneider on 6.7, Lisa on 6.9, and Dick Stockwell on 6.11!
- Our Morning Rotary friend Jere Johnson stopped by to talk about the 21st Pie Ride coming up on 6.19. They have twice the number of riders signed up this year, so if you'd like to volunteer some help on event day, reach out to any Morning Rotarian. You can also help support them by purchasing raffle tickets.
- RBG Horiculturist Michael Jesiolowski gave us a gardens update- heat and water is the predominate news. We are planning to restart our volunteer partnership efforts by assisting with clearing out invasive plants from the North path on some upcoming work days. Watch for information from Rick on specifics- this is a family activity that will be productive and fun! Plans for bulb planting in the Fall will be announced later. Is your Friends membership up to date? To take advantage of the beautiful Gardens this summer, make sure your Membership is up to date!
- Changing of the Guard as we transition from one Rotary year to the next will take place at our meeting on June 28th. We'd like to have as many past Presidents in attendance as we can get, so please plan on attending. If you can't, sending a picture to Derek Wickhem he can use instead is the next best thing.
- Look for a Survey Monkey in your email and reply to the important questions as soon as you can so that the Board has your opinions on budgetary issues under consideration. It will only take a minute, and your opinion MATTERS!
- Check your information when you get the next Membership lists and make sure everything is up to date and accurate.
Mason Crosby, VP of Development with the Janesville Jets, along with goal tender Riley, talked about the Jets history, 2020 record, and plans for the future today at our meeting.
The Jets have 3 pillars as an organization: Local, affordable family entertainment, develop and advance players, and serve and build our community. They do all that and more! Listen to our Zoom meeting to learn more- including an exciting event that happened to Riley on 4-9!
Area Makeup Opportunities
Club Name Meeting Time Meeting Date Location
Beloit 12:10PM Tuesday RotaryRiver Center, 1220 Riverside Dr
Edgerton Noon Tuesday Culvers- 571 E Richardson Springs Rd (Newville)
Whitewater Noon Tuesday 841 Brewhouse- 841 Milwaukee St, Whitewater
Jefferson Noon 1&2nd Wednesday Fort Community Credit Union, 100 North Main St
Stoughton Noon Wednesday Stoughton VFW Hall, 200 Veterans Road
Janesville Morning 6:45 AM Thursday Rotary Gardens, 1455 Palmer Drive

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