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"The Friendly Breakfast Club"
Newsletter


December 7, 2018


Club Calendar

December is Disease Prevention and Treatment Month

12/21 No Meeting - Xmas
12/28 No Meeting - New Years
1/4 Club Assembly
1/11 No Meeting - GRSP Leadership Weekend

Our Rotary Family
BIRTHDAYS

12/4 Carter Stout
12/8 Ardy Bastien
12/8 Rick Otness
12/14 Ron Barden
12/15 Rick Woods
12/19 Susan Schwall
12/23 Bill Mulkey
12/23 Erich Schuetz
12/31 Jack Sparks
12/31 Mark Sykes
12/31 Henry Schonschack
12/31 Charlene Hall
12/31 Jeff Rosen
12/31 Ryan Schwartz
12/31 Laura Kann
12/31 William Kelly

WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES

12/20 Jack Sparks (13)
12/21 Anne Glenn (22)

Rotary Online

https://dunwoodyrotary.org
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ROTARY CLUB OF
Dunwoody


Fridays, 7:15 am
Fleming's Steakhouse
4501 Olde Perimeter Way
Dunwoody, GA 30346

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ROTARY CLUB OF Dunwoody

President Rick Woods
President-Elect Cathie Brumfield
Treasurer Ron Barden
Secretary Ardy Bastien
Membership Chair Bob Freeman
Foundation Chair Bill Mulkey
Bulletin Editor Tania Lopez

Books for Dresden and Kingsley


This Friday instead of having speaker, We'll have our annual Books activity for Dresden and Kingsley Elementary Schools.

What is it?: We provide a book during the Christmas holidays for each student in the Title 1 schools we support – at present, Dresden and Kingsley Elementary. Age appropriate books are selected by the school media center.

Volunteer Opportunities:

• Put book plates and a Spanish-English popular words card in each of the books we donate … we welcome as many volunteers as possible, and have been doing in recent years as a Friday Rotary meeting project.

• Participate in school visits to let the students meet the people behind the books.




Homemade cookies for the soldiers.



Home make Cookies needed for our soldiers. On December 7 Dunwoody Rotarians will be at the USO center at the Atlanta Airport.

Our Rotarians will welcome soldiers passing through the airport. We will serve hot dogs and snacks. So bring home made cookies. Please bring cookies in a disposable container and bring to the December 7th Rotary meeting. After the meeting volunteers will travel to the airport homemade cookies for the soldiers.

More information:

Roy Wise

e-mail: roytwise@comcast.net.




Toys for Tots


"For the past 10 years RCD has been a major contributor of toys for the annual Marine Corps Toys for Tots drive. Please remember to bring a new unwrapped toy to our Holiday Luncheon on December 14th at the Dunwoody Country Club. Let’s help make this a great Christmas for unfortunate children.”



Thank you for your help in getting this out to the club for the 4 weeks before the luncheon.
Jim Glass




Holiday Luncheon

The link is attached: https://dunwoodyrotary.org/v2/reservation/create?e...



Summer 2019 Study in Norway

UiO: University of Oslo International Summer School

The Norwegian Rotary Advisory Board will invite three Georgia students to apply for an all- expense paid summer study at the International Summer School at the University of Oslo. The session begins June 22 and concludes August 2. Students must be between the ages of 20-24, single, and have completed their college sophomore year. This opportunity is available to children and grandchildren of Rotarians, as well as, other students nominated by a Rotarian. Bachelor’s and Master’s level courses are available and excursions and social events enrich the experience. Last year one student was selected from each Rotary district in Georgia. The application and additional information can be found on the GRSP website www.grsp.org with link to the University of Oslo www.uio.no


Deadline is December 31, 2018.



Looking for a Rotary Youth Exchange host Family

Rotary Club of Dunwoody is going to be hosting a Rotary Youth Exchange Student from Thailand , Mink , who just arrived!

We are excited to see her often and share with her this experience!

And we are still looking for host families who want to share this awesome experience for 90 days, (for late February through May).

Hosting a Rotary Youth Exchange Student can be incredibly rewarding for your family, bringing an international experience directly into your home. Host families provide room and board and share their lives with the Rotary Youth Exchange Students, involving them in family, community, and cultural activities. The Rotary Club of Dunwoody is looking for host families for our inbound student for next year, Mink from Thailand.

If you’re willing to experience one of the largest programs in Rotary by sharing your home and learning about a new culture, or you know a family that would be interested, contact Mike Parks, Deb Shelles Cameron, Dottie Toney-Ransom, Tania Lopez, or Jennie Stipick.

What are the responsibilities of a host family?
To accept the exchange student as a new member of your family. The student will be governed not only by the rules of the program but by the rules of your household. You are responsible for the safety of the exchange student the same as for your own children. Although you might become a bit more of the soccer mom or dad for normal everyday activities, it is not your responsibility to act as a taxi service or a tour guide. Rotarians for the hosting club will be helping in these areas.

You can find more information about being a host family in http://www.ryeflorida.org/host-family






FROM THE DESK OF THE NEWSLETTER EDITOR



Send your Newsletter submission to:

rcdnewsletter@yahoo.com

Our Club's Weekly Newsletter typically consists of:

·Speaker bio

·New Member Name(s)

·Featured article(s) (regarding events, service projects, or on-going topics general club administrative items, etc..).

·Foundation initiatives or other topics of interest to Members and with value for our Club archives.

·Announcements (seeking volunteers, advertising service projects, etc.)

·For Your Calendar (Club and other activities we encourage members and/or their spouses to attend, including Family of Rotary events

·Member News (birthdays, anniversaries, accomplishments, Caring Hands)

Please keep in mind key components to include with your submission:

·Title of your article

·Description of the activity

·Dates, Time, Location, deadline, etc... (especially for upcoming events)

·Key Points of Contact Information and/or a link to reference website for details

·Names and/or headcount of Rotarians (and others) participating,

·The reaction of those benefiting and the numbers of those benefiting.

·Picture(s)

Please also tell me the number of weeks would you like the article published.
Finally, the deadline for articles to run in the current week are Mondays by 5 p.m.

If you have any questions feel free to ask me!

Thank you!
Tania López

rotary_tls@outlook.com



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