Russell Hampton
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Jul 15, 2020
Middlebury Inn and Zoom
Jul 22, 2020
The Recreation Field off of Mary Hogan Drive
Jul 29, 2020
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NEXT MEETING: July 15, 2020 at 7:15 AM at the Middlebury Inn (also by Zoom)
July 22, 2020 at 7:15 AM: The Recreation Field off Mary Hogan Drive (the Pavilion, if rain)
July 29, 2020--No meeting
PRESIDING: Maureen Conrad
MINUTES OF JULY 8, 2020 meeting:
Nancy Malcolm from Neighbors Together spoke about the efforts of this coalition to mitigate the negative effects of construction in downtown Middlebury. These efforts recently include the #loveMiddlebury campaign, the Pig Out Middlebury contest to boost restaurant sales, the Hidden Gems program for kids, Open Air Markets, the Apron Brigade (group of downtown volunteers), The Ilsley Library's Story Walk, the Shuttlebury shuttle (free shuttle around Middlebury), and the Town Hall Theater bridges fundraiser. 
Paul Horn followed Nancy Malcolm and asked for volunteers to help with painting footsteps to aid pedestrians trying to shop in the downtown area. They are looking to recruit two teams of four volunteers to start at 8 am on Friday, July 10 and Saturday, July 11 (weather permitting). To volunteer, please reach out to Paul Horn via email at, or contact Maureen. 
No Birthdays or Rotary Anniversaries were announced.
Nancy Foster asked for flag volunteers (when possible) to try to stick to a specific 24 hour window during which all flags are put out and retrieved in order to minimize inquiries from the public about their flags. 
Maureen announced that Rotary International approved the grant for the United Way of Addison County and also spoke about the recent purchase of gifts for area nursing home residents. 
Max: Happy for the favorable publicity recently received by Beau Ties regarding their face masks and for all the hard work put forth by Liz and her team.
Steve: Grateful for Jim Needham's assistance on Monday with flag retrieval.
Nancy: The joys of dining out in Middlebury.
Eric: Happy how the flags spruced up the town and for Paul Horn's work with Nancy Malcolm and Neighbors Together.
Spence: Announced that the Climate Change and Social Democracy program will be hosted again on Tuesday, July 14 at 10 am. Anyone over 60 years of age may register through Project Independence. Anyone under 60 can register directly with Spence by emailing him at 
T: Happy to get their student from Shanghai to the Albany airport and home to China.
Paul Seward: Happy for the 48th wedding anniversary recently celebrated with Linda.