Rotarians Jerry Capener and Pete Knudson were treated to a rousing round of "Happy Birthday" by a select choir of their choosing.
Sergeant-at-Arms Larry Boyer raised a few dollars for the Foundation, letting Jerry Capener off very lightly following the announcement of a new grand son.
Sophie Rex, another of our scholarship recipients, shared a little about herself and thanked the Club for the scholarship funds. She also got a little pressure from our Interact folks to look into the Rotoract club up at USU.
The Box Elder Interact Club is gearing up for Purple Pinkie Day, their project to raise funds for Polio eradication. They'll be the sole presenters in the B1 class at the high school in a couple of weeks, bringing Polio awareness to a whole new group of students at the High School and are looking for Rotarians to help in that effort. We can be sure of a "challenge" from them soon in raising money to meet our Polio Plus goals.
Rotarian Dave Lewis presented a program on The Rotary Foundation. He reviewed the purpose of the Foundation and our opportunity to fund and benefit from it.
A reminder of the new Future Focus that our District is a part of as well as the many possibilities for donating and providing support for the Foundation.
Time to crank up those Sergeant-At-Arms fines and build the fund!