This week we held our monthly Club Assembly.
Tammy Bonifield gave a brief treasurer’s report. We are in a solid financial position. It appears we will have sufficient funds to carry on our grants and giving while maintaining a solid prudent reserve.
Larry Stephens spoke for the Giving Committee. Two projects were approved for funding; SPN Survivors, and The Rotary Foundation. It was also mentioned that a list of "Legacy" grant recipients will be drafted and addressed by the committee in the near future.
Claude Kendrick informed the club of the two Signup Genius campaigns we have, The Civility Project, which has 11 of 16 seats reserved. If the entire 16 available seats are not taken by March 30, we will open it up to any guests of members. And the painting of the Methodist Children's Home Society dormitory which is very far under required number of volunteers needed. It was suggested we ask our Interact students to solicit help from the honor students at the high school, to help with the project.
Pat Zucal gave an update on the Carnival at the Sears parking lot. Tentative dates, July 14-24. Bob Carris asks if we should pursue last year’s carnival company to have a second Rotary-sponsored carnival in the fall.