from Editor Don (with a photo assist from PP Dan)
Two Rotarians shared the spotlight this week.  Dr. Nathan Schlicher was in Cheri's interview chair (much to his surprise! - See what happens when you come to meetings, Doc?).  Nathan shared that he's been tied up pretty tightly with his periodical Board exams this Summer, which explains his scarcity of late.  He also revealed a number of details that many probably aren't aware of, including that he's been involved in Medicine (and intending to become a Physician) since he was 10 years old, because both of his parents were in the medical field.  And he's a dedicated Rotarian in part because his Dad was a Rotarian for 35 years!  Doc Nathan is happily married to a young lady who he met in Medical school no less, and they have three beautiful children.  I hesitate to reveal his hobby of running Triathlons, because he just returned from San Diego where he ran one with the Navy Seals in Coronado!  We're happy he survived the experience.  Not all do...
Your Editor Don Hutchins stood up next to accept his Paul Harris Fellow +3 award from District Foundation Chair Howard Svigals.  Don reached this level of Rotary Foundation recognition thru scheduled quarterly donations over a period of years.  He recommends that as the easiest and best way to be a Foundation Donor.  And Howard and President Rick reminded the membership that Midday is working to become an Every Member Every Year Club.  We are ALMOST there!  Do what Don does; set up a recurring donation each quarter.  You'll be glad you did!