"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, September 27, 2011

Tuesday Sept 27 - Davis and Bott Building

Rotary today was held at the new home
of Davis and Bott, Certified Public Accountants,L.C

Following a Chef's Salad, rolls and cake,
provided by the hospital caterers,
we were provided with a guided tour
of the new facility
Including a peek into Rennie Bott's
and Bruce Vellinga's new digs.

We even had a local Kiwanian,
Roger Lowe, helping with the tour.
It's good to see he is given some
limited responsibility, in spite of his
questionable service club affiliations.... ;))

Tuesday, Sept 20 - GOLF OUTING

There were a number of Rotarians
that took the opportunity to participate
in our annual Rotary Golf Outing
at Eagle Mountain Golf Course.

I'm not sure who the lucky one was
that disturbed the pond with a direct hit,
but here's the aftermath....

Winners of the event are:

1st Place Team with 4 Under Par
Ken Kennedy
Bruce Evans
Bob Duke
Rob Duncan

2nd Place Team with 3 Under Par
Davis Motors Group
Bob, Brock, Jeff and Jon

3rd Place Team with 2 Under Par
Team Fife
No Names Listed
(Not sure if that's because there were
only three teams???......)

Longest Drive on #2 - Rob Duncan

Closest to the Pin on #18 - Jon Weese

Longest Drive on #13 - Bruce Evans

Closest to the Pin on #8 - Paul Damon

And Jeff Scott took honors in the Putting Contest

Sounds like a good time was had by all!

Speaking of Golf...
The first person to call Brad Barber
and let me know you read this
will be treated to a sleeve of golf balls

Tuesday, September 13, 2011


Club meeting today was a special treat as we
were introduced to the winners of our Peach Day Drawing.
And the winners are:
1st Place - Dale Baron - $1000 in Kents Market Coupons
2nd Place - Kris Powers - $500 gift cert to Les Schwab Tires
3rd Place - Dale Draper - $400 Walmart gift card
4th Place - Dan Coburn - $200 Maddox gift cert
Congratulations to each of our winners
And a big thanks to Rotarians for selling tickets
and the community for supporting our fundraiser!

Our speakers today were
five of our six RYLA participants.
Most clubs send one or two students
to RYLA each year.
We have so many amazing youth
we were able to send six to RYLA this year.

Each of them shared their appreciation
for the opportunity to participate
and talked of the amazing experience it was.
Hopefully each of them will get involved
in the Interact Club and
share their experiences with others.

Next week, October 20
is the Golf Outing at Eagle Mountain

Two weeks will be a tour of the new
Davis & Bott building on west Forest.
You won't want to miss either event!

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

RYLA Participants 2011

The 2011 Ryla participants headed off
early Wednesday morning for a weekend
of leadership training, fellowship, and
an all around great experience!

Good luck to each of you!
We look forward to hearing about
your experiences when you return!

Tuesday Sept 6

We heard from Dr Tom Lee,
Dean of the USU Brigham City Regional Campus
and he shared with us a presentation
about the long term plans
USU has for the recently purchased land in the Southeast
part of Brigham City. (The old Indian School property)

He provided a number of artist renderings
of the proposed layout
including a closeup of the proposed
new Academic Building.
They're hoping to name the extension of Fishburn Drive
"Aggie Boulevard"

The proposed Acedemic Building
will hold office and classroom space.
Approximately 60,000 square feet,
slightly larger than the existing 100 South space.
Intent will be to continue using the 1100 South location
until a second building can be built,
then move everything to the new space.

What a great addition to the Southeast end of Brigham City
and a very promising long term plan for the regional campus.
Thanks, Dr Lee, for your presentation!

Next week invite a friend to a special membership meeting.

And get those Peach Days tickets sold!!

Tuesday August 30th - Steak Fry!

The Annual Brigham City Rotary Club Steak Fry
was held at the home of Club President Paul Damon.

It was a great event and well attended.

The weather was perfect, the fellowship was excellent
the food was superb!

A BIG THANK YOU to the committee for their hard work
and to the Damon's for the use of their yard!

Just think....Not long until PEACH DAYS!