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NEXT MEETING-January 22,2020

7:15AM Rosies

SPEAKER: Club Assembly



Jan.22, Club Assembly, Rosies &:15 AM

Jan.29, Deb Wesley, CEO, ACHHH




Betsy McAshley:

Moment of silence in memory of John Dale, aformer member of the club who passed last week

Rotary song
Pledge of Allegiance


Linda Seward, Paul Seward, guests of Cari


Chris Mason, today's speaker



Jan. 19, Fran

Jan. 19, Judson

Rotary Anniv.

Chris, 10 years


Betsy- Board meeting Tuesday Jan. 21.

Let Betsy know if any agenda items to add.

Betsy circulated a card from Judy Robbins(Ron Hadley's daughter) thanking us for contributions to Rotary Foundation in Ron's name.

Scott and Eric offered reflections on John Dale.

Scott announced that Archer Mayor will be our Gala speaker. Mayor is a author of the Joe Gunther detective series.

Scott also announced that the club has two new sponsors: Nop Metalworks and Maple View Oral.


Liz- Happy to be early today and see everyone.

      Also thanks to Bill Brooks and "T" for the Sheldon

      Museum train exhibit which entertained her family

      for part of her family during the Holidays.

      Also thanks for the help and contributions to the

      Christmas Gift Giving event.


Cari-Thankful for living in a caring community. Told us

        of a New Years experience of losing keys to her 

        car and help that Foster Motors offered to supply 

        her with a car loaner. She found the keys at that

        last moment.


Spence-Spence and Fran will be giving a presentation

             Thursday Jan 23,from 7:00 to 8:30pm in the

             community room at the Ilsey Library on their

             five week study tour of Denmark,Sweden,

             Norway and Iceland to study their climate

             policies. Free and open to all.


Eric-Happy to spend time in Newport, help with

       planning for the District Conference. Did a walk

       through of Jay Peak Resort venue. Conference is

       in May.


Scott-Looking for speakers for April, May, and June


No winner today



Liz introduced Chris Mason of Middlebury Police Dept.


Liz invited Officer Mason to talk about the drug crisis in our region. Liz explained how this crisis has affected her family and how her desire is to help other families that are going through this and the support they need.

 Officer Mason explained the type of Opiods in the community and other drugs that are available. He explained that these addictions affect all age groups but 25-40 are largest users.

The epidemic isn't anyone person's problem. It is a biological reaction that can happen to anyone.

Over the next few months we will hear more from different speakers to help educate us.

Thank you Liz for making us aware and sharing your family's experiences.




             Minutes submitted by Jim Needham