Great Job Quincy Rotary Club!! Congratulations! by Woody Wilbanks

Your Club will receive several Governor's Citations for outstanding performance in spreading Peace Through Service this year! I will present you with your Governor's Citation on the stage at District Conference. As a Governor's Citation winner, your Club is in the running for the grand prize (to be announced upon presentation at the conference). 

Use this pre-notification to boost your club's conference attendance! Bring as many members as possible to the sessions where you will be recognized. I want a huge cheering section for you and your members!

You are receiving a Governor's Citation for a "Service Project of the Year." You need to bring a display of your winning project to the House of Friendship to compete for the grand prize (a beautiful engraved plaque). 

Information:  See - https://map.rotary.org/en/project/pages/duplicate_project.aspx

Award Name

Winning Club

Day awarded

Session Awarded

Time

Club Serv. Project

Quincy

Sat

Dinner

8:05 PM

Club Service

Quincy

Sat

Dinner

8:05 PM

Comm. Serv. Project

Quincy

Sat

Lunch

12:47 PM

Community Service

Quincy

Sat

Lunch

12:47 PM

International Serv. Project

Quincy

Sat

Lunch

1:31 PM

Literacy Serv. Project

Quincy

Sat

Dinner

7:35 PM

New Gen. Serv. Project

Quincy

Fri

Dinner

8:07 PM

Public Relations

Quincy

Fri

Lunch

1:10 PM

Vocational Service

Quincy

Sat

Lunch

12:47 PM

Terry Gallagher and "Noises Off" by Donna Wood

Rotary was treated on April 22 to a preview of the comedy Noises Off, being staged by Terry Gallagher of Feather River College and her band of thespians May 8 to 11 at 7pm with Sunday Matinee at 2pm on Mother’s Day, May 12 at the Town Hall Theater. The play was written by the English playwright Michael Frayn. The idea for it came in 1970, when Frayn was watching another farce he had written called The Two of Us.  He said, “It was funnier from behind than in front…” and set about to write Noises Off

The play is about a play, Nothing On, within a play, a concept used by William Shakespeare with comedic results.  If the preview was any indication, you may experience some confusion as you follow the characters on and off stage as they move between characters.  But it promises to provide an evening/afternoon of delightful entertainment. And while you watch, appreciate the set for the play which presented its own challenges in putting on the production.      

 

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 Our Program for Monday April 29, 2013 by Scott Kellerman and Jerry Hall

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