President John Breaux challenged members of the Quincy Rotary Club to remember why we are Rotarians and to think of ways in which we can challenge ourselves as well as our club.  


The remainder of the meeting was set aside for Quincy Rotary Club Committees to update their plans for the next few months.  Reports from the committees included:
Community Service
Most immediate project is the Community Super scheduled Wednesday, July 17th at the Quincy Community Methodist Church.   Members are encouraged to rsvp if they will be able to help with the preparation and serving of the meal.  Other goals include finishing the dugout at Rotary Field, looking at ways to be of service through Community Connections, and to review projects that might be eligible for funding from Rotary International.
Foundation
Still in the organization stage.   Hope to obtain materials from Rotary International that provide more insight on how our local funds are used.  Also want to provide updates throughout the year on ways we can give and how the funds will be used.  The Uganda Nursing Project has not been officially approved but there remains interest among club members to fund that project.  If approved, contributions could be credited toward a Paul Harris Fellowship.
New Generations
Plans are to have a Rotary Information Booth at open houses at Quincy High School and Quincy Christian School.  The purpose is to have information available to parents to include info on RYLA, 8th Grade Leadership, and exchange programs sponsored by our Club.  
Membership
A new membership list is being developed.  Members are encouraged to invite possible new members to one of our club meetings.
Public Relations
Working on new update on Facebook.  Will highlight recent accomplishments including Natalie Kepple winning District 5190 Music Contest.  Question was asked if members would value training on how to log onto the club's website.   
Community Service
Group photo Quincy Rotary Club is scheduled July 28 at the  Plumas Courthouse.   The annual Buck's Lake event will be scheduled after Labor Day.  
 

 

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