Newsletter -- December 10, 2014 - Greater Huntsville Rotary

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Newsletter -- December 10, 2014 - Greater Huntsville Rotary
Celebrating Over Twenty Years of Service above Self
This Week’s Program
OFFICERS AND
DIRECTORS
December 10th, 2014
Linda Singleton McAllister
Joe Newberry,
President
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Carol Tevepaugh,
President-Elect
Ron Wainwright,
Treasurer
Todd H. Kirk,
Secretary
Ed Stone,
Rotary Foundation Chair
Lisa Abbott
Fundraising Chair
Sonja Enfinger,
Public Relations Chair
Foster Perry,
Vocational Service Chair
Ron Brown,
Community Service
Chair
Dave Knowles,
Club Service Chair
Linda Singleton McAllister is a native of Huntsville who began her career as a
Choral Director at Butler and then Huntsville High School. She returned to
Huntsville in 1993 as the Music Teacher and Choral Director at the Academy
for Academics and Arts, the K-8 arts magnet school for HCS.
After retiring in 2005 she immediately became involved in Osher Lifelong
Learning Institute at UAH (OLLI) and has enjoyed taking courses now for 10
years. She teaches courses, presents travelogues, and leads holiday singalongs. In addition, Linda serves on the Board as Public Relations Chair and
assists with curriculum as well as the numerous cultural and special events
offered for OLLI members.
About OLLI…..
OLLI offers adults 50+ the opportunity to connect with other adults
interested in the sheer joy of learning. Whether working or retired,
OLLI members can experience numerous stimulating courses,
seminars, speakers, industrial tours, cultural events, movies, travel
opportunities and more. OLLI is a volunteer-run organization 21 years
and growing. Join us and check the website for more information
www.PCS.uah.edu/JoinOLLI.
Jacquelyn Shipe,
International Service
Chair
Andy Sieja,
Youth Services Chair
Clifton J. Broderick,
Sergeant at Arms
Website Address:
www.rotaryclubgh.org
Gary Donald
Email:
[email protected]
.com
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Rotary’s reception for Fulbright Scholars ~ Held at RSFCU December 4th *6pm-8pm
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As a community service project we will be having a clothing drive for Manna House
for the next 4 rotary meetings. Manna House is a 501(c)3 Public Charity that provides
assistance to those in need and is supported by contributions from individuals,
churches, civic groups, and businesses.
As cold weather approaches Manna House is especially in need of warm clothing –
everything from jackets, coats, and jeans to work clothes. The most requested items
are sweaters, long sleeved shirts, and socks. They are especially in need of men’s
clothes and work boots. They also need sweatshirts and sweatpants for those in rehab.
Toiletries such as bath soap, toothbrushes, toothpaste, shampoo, and lotion of any size
are also badly needed.
This is an opportunity for each of us to help those less fortunate. We will start
collecting your donated items next Wednesday, November 19. If you have any
questions or comments contact Judy Chassay at 256-679-9749.
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The Rotary Club of Greater Huntsville
Celebrates its 25th Anniversary
Join Us For Our Gala
Saturday, February 7, 2015
Westin Hotel
Bridge Street
All funds raised go to these local charities
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Kids to Love
Rotary Education Assistance Program
Rotary Child Assistance Program
Corporate Sponsorships are available at the $1700, $1400 and $700 levels. Contact Randy Centanni at
256-653-5417 or complete the information at the following link: CorpRes
Individual Reservations are available for $125 call 256-289-3436 or complete the information at the
following link: http://www.rotaryclubgh.org/IndividualReservations.cfm
On February 7, 2015, The Rotary Club of Greater Huntsville will sponsor a spectacular Gala dinnerdance and silent auction at the Westin Hotel at Bridge Street to raise funds for the benefit of the children
of Huntsville and Madison County. Our Gala beneficiaries are our own Rotary Education and Child
Assistance Programs (REAP and RCAP) with 50% of the proceeds going to our sponsored local charity
for 2015, Kids to Love. Our REAP and RCAP programs have aided more than 1,000 students in the
Huntsville city schools by providing eye exams and glasses and/or clothing to facilitate their
performance in school, and hundreds of foster children have received badly needed clothing. Kids to
Love is also a major supporter of foster children through their School Supply Drive, Christmas for Kids,
Meth Orphan and Scholarship Programs.
Redstone Federal Credit Union has already signed on as a Gold Level Corporate Sponsor for the Gala.
Please do not miss the opportunity sponsor to this spectacular community event.
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The International Services team has created a fundraising project-- 52 page/photo engagement
calendar designed by Jacqui Shipe’s husband which sells for $20 each and $4 goes back to Rotary
Club of Greater Huntsville International Programs
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Rotary Club of Greater Huntsville
2015-2016 Proposed Board
President
Carol Tevepaugh
President Elect
Todd H. Kirk
Comm/Public Relations
Lisa Abbott
Deputy
Jeanie Robinson
Pres Elect Nominee
Ron Wainwright
Secretary
Rudy Chavez
Fundraising
Mike Rogers
Treasurer
Gray Killough
Web Master
Jim French
Immediate Past President
Joe Newberry
Sergeant-at-Arms
Harry Puryear
Deputy
Randy Centanni
Club Service
Bruce Bateman
Vocational Service
Jim Phillips
International Service
Jacquelyn Shipe
Community Service
Ron Brown
New Generations
Michael Spaulding
Deputy
Dave Knowles
Deputy
Bob Burkett
Deputy
Faye McWhorter
Deputy
Art Hargrove
Deputy
Andy Sieja
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Menu
Rotisserie Chicken
Fried Boneless Pork Chops
Turnip Greens
Black Eyed Peas
Mashed Potatoes
Blackberry Cobbler
Websites
DaCdb - http://www.directoryonline.com/Rotary
Club Website - http://www.rotaryclubgh.org/
District 6860 – www.rotary6860.org
District 6860 Facebook Page – search Rotary
6860 District
Upcoming Speakers
December 17th December 24th – No Meeting
December 31 – No Meeting
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