|The Four-Way Test:
In everything that we think, say or do:
Is it the TRUTH?
Is it FAIR to all concerned?
Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?
|Rotary Networking Resources
District 6900 has created this resource to help Rotarians in our district find employment. To find out more visit the district web site
and look for Career Networking.
Decatur Rotary is now on Facebook. Check out the page for updates and become a fan. View the Decatur Rotary Facebook Page
There was no book of the week.
guest and husband of
guest of George Carley
Clark Candler II,
guest and son of
guest and wife of
guest and wife of
guest of Linda Morris
Lee Conn, Reba Conn, Bailey Conn, Reagan Conn, and Beth Conn, guests and family of
At A Glance
July 1, 2011:
Stephanie Van Parys, Director, Oakhurst Community Garden Project
Officers of the Decatur Rotary Club:
Sergeant-at-Arms: Doug Torbush
As our term comes to an end, I would like to thank my assistant, Elaine Pityer, for assembling the newsletter each week. It would not have been
e-mailed without her...Thank you, Elaine. Also, thank you to all the reporters and photographers.
Good luck to the new officers and committees as a new year begins for the Decatur Rotary Club.
Pattillo Industrial Real Estate
| President's Corner |
President C.J. called the meeting to order.
President C. J. called attention to the book lists placed at each table. Twenty-two books are being donated to the DeKalb Library in honor of Decatur Rotary members and their contributions to the Club during President C.J.'s tenure.
Changing of the Guard.....
Jean O'Callaghan presented pins to Jason Conn, Club President,
and to Eric Norwood, President-Elect 2011-2012.
Following a toast offered by President C. J., President Jason spoke to the Club about what Decatur Rotary Club means to him and of his vision and goals for the coming year.
Linda Morris introduced legendary Atlanta Performers Banks & Shane -- Banks Burgess, Paul Shane, and Jim Durand -- who have been making music together since 1972.
Their set featured songs in tribute to the Kingston Trio, including The Tijuana Jail, One More Town, Everglades, A Worried Man, and M.T.A. They concluded with Woody Guthrie's This Land is Your Land and Club members sang along.
The meeting was adjourned.
Reporter - Susan Cobleigh
Photographers - Mark Hastings and Mark Burnette
Around the Room.....
Proud family of President Jason.
Members enjoy the music.
The Rotary Bulletin Committee
Decatur Rotary Club