2016 Spring Picnic was a Fun Time

Club members enjoyed a beautiful spring afternoon picnic lunch at Cedar Hills Park on Wednesday. The club’s biannual picnic was once again a nice break from our normal meeting format. We had several guests join us at an overall good turnout. More about Cedar Hills (Rotary) Park: Picnic photos:
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Members Enjoy Biannual Club Picnic

Wednesday September 2nd turned out to be a great day for the club picnic. With Sertoma Art Center closed for maintenance, we decided to schedule the picnic a little early instead of canceling. Luckily the weather was agreeable. A little warm perhaps but not hot by any means. More importantly it did not rain. About 35 members attended and enjoyed burgers, hot dogs and other picnic goodies. The club performed its usual start to the meeting with a four-way test themed invocation, the pledge of allegiance and a well sung version of America the Beautiful. As I was walking through
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Good Weather for the Club Picnic

With perfect weather on the Wednesday before the picnic, we all thought for sure it would rain on picnic day but the weather held out and we had a great time. Members met at the Cedar Hills Rotary Park instead of the usual venue. Sassool had hamburgers and hot dogs instead of their usual cuisine. Stella Ray, supervisor of Total Life Center in Raleigh, was made a Paul Harris Fellow. It was a nice afternoon for Rotary.
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President’s Corner, March 2014

It is hard to believe the Rotary year is almost over with less than four months remaining as president of this amazing club. I have enjoyed every minute, though it has been a challenge at times and very time-consuming. I know the club will be in good hands over the next few years as President-Elect Jay Williams and President-Nominee Chris Morden start preparing to fill these shoes. Speaking of which, the duo will be heading to Greensboro this weekend for President-Elect Training Seminar (PETS) and I am sure they will return with much passion for Rotary and this club’s future…and
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