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ROTARY CLUB OF
|Immediate PP||Cathie Brumfield|
We will be joining the DeKalb Rotary Council for its annual breakfast this week - the meeting is at our regular time - in person at the Country Club or on Zoom. Read more below. And answer these questions as you read the whole bulletin ...
And before you read farther, mark your calendar for two special dates: We will have a membership drive social on May 20 at LeMeridien and our end-of-the-year celebration on June 17 at the Dunwoody Country Club. More on both of these events later!
The DeKalb Rotary Council will host its Annual Awards and Recognition Breakfast on Friday, April 23rd starting at 7:15am at the Dunwoody Country Club. Our own Immediate Past President Cathie Brumfield will be presiding, as the current Chair of the DeKalb Rotary Council. You can also join via Zoom at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82416395861
We are excited to have Leslie Hazel Bussy, Ph.D, CEO/Executive Director of the Georgia Leadership Institute for School Improvement speaking to us on the topic, "Want to Serve the Community? Work on your Trustworthiness." This is our annual Joint Meeting of all clubs in the DeKalb Rotary Council where we recognize each of our Club Teachers of the Year and Show Rotary Cares Award winners, and present the Council’s You are the Key Winner.
We hope to see you - in person or online!
This Sunday, April 25, the Rotary Club of Dunwoody will celebrate 37 years of fellowship, fun and making a difference in our community and around the globe. Wow! When I think of all that we have accomplished, we should be celebrating a lot!
Two years ago, our own PDG Bill Mulkey wrote a message recognizing our 35th anniversary. This week, we have updated our story to reflect what we’ve accomplished up to now. Before we share that, I would like to recognize three of our Club’s Charter members who are still with us today – PDG Bill of course, Past President Gary Lane, and our Club Administrator Teak Pacetti. Thanks for being part of the dedication and service that made the history we share here a possibility.
To paraphrase Bill’s message two years ago, “We have completed 37 years of a tradition of excellence in living Rotary's motto of Service Above Self. As our journey continues, let's all be dedicated to continuing that tradition for many years to come.”
We are excited to have the Dunwoody Arts Festival back for Mother's Day weekend 2021! Dunwoody Rotary has been a partner in this event since it first came to Dunwoody - it offers us a great opportunity for visibility in the community. Several of you have volunteered for Friday and Sunday shifts working with the artists as they set up and break down their booths; we still need for a few more volunteers to fill our commitment there. We are also hosting a booth promoting our organization and work in the community - and need volunteers for Saturday and Sunday. See the details and sign up ...
Past President Scott Jennings has shared some great news. "It is with a great abundance of joy that I am sharing with you that Precious Goto, our GRSP Student from 2012-2013, received her Resident Alien “Green” Card on Tuesday this week! It has been a long journey for Precious ...
When District Governor Kirk Driskell brought the message of Vision Warriors to our club two weeks ago - about their strategy for helping those with addictions to alcohol and/or drugs, many of us wanted to know how we could help. Here are some ideas:
For more information on Vision Warriors - what they do, how you can help - visit the Vision Warriors website or contact them at email@example.com.
Please save May 6, 2021 and join the Rotary Club of North Fulton online for its 19th annual celebration of the National Day of Prayer. The service will take place from 7:45 am to 9:00 am. You may join on the club’s Facebook page or the club's website for a time of celebration and reflection. I have attended several of these inspirational services in person and plan to join the online celebration this year. The featured keynote speaker will be Janine Maxwell, Co-Founder and COO of Heart for Africa - an organization we have supported in partnership with North Fulton.