"From the standpoint of daily life, there is one thing we do know:
That man is here for the sake of other men." ~ Albert Einstein

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Sorry, I got behind...

My apologies, Rotarians
I got behind and have been out of town
so the blog was left to fend for itself
for a couple of weeks.

Two weeks ago we heard from Brian Hyde, a representative
of Autoliv, but I do not have details of the visit.

Last week was cleanup at Rotary Constitution Park.
We had a small crowd, but there wasn't much to clean up
so we enjoyed the fellowship and walk in the park.

We'll be hearing from the
High School Essay Contest Winners today.

Hope to see you all there!

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Tuesday May 10th

Hope you didn't show up for meeting today!
District Conference is this weekend in Cedar City!
See you NEXT WEEK.

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

And the Race is on!

We had great participation at the
Race for Polio around Mantua Reservoir
on Saturday, May 7th.

We had about 40 participants, which was good
for a first time event of this type
considering all of the other activities
going on that day.

A big thanks to eveyone who participated
especially Paul Damon and Malone Molgard
for organizing the event.

Paul Damon Pres Elect and Jim Moore Club President
with the sponsor banner and the "torch"

Jerry Capener, Malone Molgard, Bob Duke and Paul Damon

All set up and ready to go!

And they're off!

4.2 miles all the way around

Participants ready to run

Participants of all ages

Tuesday May 3rd

We had the opportunity to listen to Lea Herbers today.
Lea comes from Lippstadt Germany and has been staying
with the Vincents, Kennedy's and Carr's as our
inbound exchange student this past year.

She shared information about her hometown, her family,
her school and the experience she has had
as an exchange student.

Those who have had the opportunity to get to know Lea
have all had great things to say about her.

We have appreciated the opportunity to get to know her
and sponsor her here in Brigham city this past year.

A big thanks to the Vincent's, Kennedy's and Carr's
for acting as host families. Hopefully we will have
the opportunity to host again sometime in the future.