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Speakers
Dec 05, 2018 7:00 AM
How Reading Changes Thinking (from 2018 Rotary Int'l Conf./Brian Saxton)
Dec 12, 2018
Rebranding of Child & Family Services
Dec 19, 2018 7:00 AM
Kinexus
Dec 26, 2018
No meeting
Jan 02, 2019
TED Talk
Jan 09, 2019 7:00 AM
TBD
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Stories
Notices and stories in this issue 12/2

 

Special Notices

Regular Meetings Resume December 5, 2018

 
Meetings: Wednesdays, 7 am, Elks Lodge, 601 Riverview, Benton Harbor, MI 49023
 
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Stories in this issue

 
Christmas Party with a Twist
 
Rotarians Donate for Wonderland Toy Store
 
Dr. Jim Glendernalik Joins Rotary - Corrected
 
Shop and Help End Polio Too!
 
 
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Christmas Party with a Twist
 
 
This year's Christmas party added a twist to the normal fellowship, food and carols.  Each table constituted a team, with a name selected by the table, and tried to win the Christmas trivia contest.  Such as: Who wrote White Christmas?  Jim Bentham was the quiz master with Cindy looking on (to make sure Jim stayed on script, which he didn't!). The Big Team won, thanks primarily to Sue Scherwitz and Kyta Utroske.
Rotarians Donate for Wonderland Toy Store
 
 
Rotarians brought toys for the Wonderland Toy Store.  This "store" lets selected parents shop for their families at deep discounts. Donating to the toy store has become part of our Rotary Christmas tradition.
Jim Glendernalik Joins Rotary-Corrected
 
Jim Glendernalik, center, is shown the president Joseph Taylor, right, and his sponsor Jim Smith.  Jim is a third generation Rotarian and remembers will Rotary activities while he was growing up. Jim is a physician and co-owner of Family Physicians of St Joseph, team doctor for the Lake Michigan Catholic football team, and resides in St Joseph with his wife Sarah and two children. Welcome Jim.  We look forward to your contributions to our Rotary and the community we serve. Corrected: Jim's last name was misspelled in the original story.
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