IN THIS ISSUE
The Holiday Program
New Member Proposed: Bill Knoppi
Web Thoughts for the Season
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THIS WEEK’S EDITOR
POINTS OF INTEREST
The Holiday Program
Santa Claus aka Bob Wilson
With the Glendale breakfast room completely full, President Steve Goldfarb opened the Third Annual Holiday Breakfast, calling on Kim Shrader for the Invocation and the pledge to the flag and Dick Brown as the greeter. Dick asked all visiting Rotarians to stand and then asked everyone to turn to the person on their right and give them a hug! Try it! While you’re trying to hug the person on your right, the person on your left is trying to hug you. Man, what a huggable situation! MORE
Looking for ROSE Volunteers
The Fellowship Committee is looking for volunteers to host ROSE events in January 2002 and possibly April or May. Your home, club house, or business would be an ideal location. We have had some response to prior notices but want to make sure the word gets out to all of our members that we are looking for hosts, so that everyone has an equal opportunity to get in on the fun.
Some Club subsidy will be available to help with the cost of hosting these events.
If you are interested or need more information please contact Margie Burnett at 206-233-7591 or email@example.com.
Thought for the Week
“God bless us all, Everyone” – Tiny Tim
This week is Christmas Week and the Week Between Years. There will be no meeting this Friday, December 28. However, regular Friday morning meetings will resume in the New Year on Friday, January 4, at Glendale Country Club. Happy New Year!
Thanks to all the people who have made this calendar year so fruitful – Treasurer John Martinka, Secretary Terry Peterson, Photographer Jim Kindsvater, Co-Editor Mark Hough, all of the members of the BBRC Board of Directors and the Officers and all committee chairpersons. Have a wonderful holiday and we look forward to working with you next year!
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK
"Taxation WITH representation ain't so hot either." – Gerald Barzan