Speakers
Ryan Scribner & Colleen Gilger
Oct 30, 2020
Dublin Development Department
David Uhl
Nov 06, 2020
District 6690 Polio Plus Program
Michael Schoedinger
Nov 13, 2020
Bereavement
Chris Humphrey
Nov 20, 2020
Experiences as an Exchange Student in France
No Meeting
Nov 27, 2020
Happy Thanksgiving
Joe Yersavich
Dec 04, 2020
Dublin Branch of CML
Jensen Hykes
Dec 11, 2020
Simon Kenton Council of Boy Scouts of America
Liz Owens
Dec 18, 2020
Alpha Group
No Meeting
Dec 25, 2020
Happy Holidays!
No Meeting
Jan 01, 2021
Happy New Year!
Dr. Todd Hoadley
Jan 08, 2021
City of Dublin Schools
Doug McCollough
Jan 15, 2021
City of Dublin CIO
Dr. Lori Kepford
Jan 22, 2021
Providence Therapeutic Equestrian Center
Anita Zucker
Jan 29, 2021
Company Business
Brent Crawford
Feb 05, 2021
Dublin Bridge Park
Chief Justin Paez
Feb 12, 2021
Dublin Police Department
Dr. Elaine Mardis
Feb 19, 2021
Institute for Genomic Medicate at Nationwide Children's Hospital
Jenny Stotts & Laurie Reinbolt
Feb 26, 2021
Membership in Rotary
Dana McDaniel
Mar 05, 2021
City of Dublin - State of the City

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Welcome to Dublin AM Rotary
Our club is 100 members strong, working together to offer community service here at home and throughout the world!
 
Dublin AM meets at 7:30 AM every Friday morning at The Country Club at Muirfield Village. Visitors are welcome to join us to meet business and community leaders, hear presentations from a some of the areas most interesting speakers and learn more about Rotary International.
 
NOTE:  Because of the COVID-19 crisis our club is meeting via Zoom with limited attendance in-person at CCMV. To learn about visiting us during a meeting, contact our Membership Chair.
 
 
 
 
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Announcements
 
Susan West announced that there is still room for more participants in the 125 club - $100 donation to the Rotary Foundation and $25 to the Polio fund.  You will have your choice of a bottle of Irish Whiskey or Vodka.
 
Roberta had a couple of announcements
  • We are still collecting toiletries or donations for the Dublin Food Pantry. Food can be dropped off at the Pantry and donations can be made through the Columbus Foundation.
  • We are still collecting coats through October 31st that can be dropped off at David Bentz’ home.
  • Roberta still has a few 2021 calendars left. Her cost is $11 and she selling them for $25, $13 of which will be donated to the Rotary.
 
Speaker Bio
 
We were honored today to have Dr. Praveen Dubey as our speaker.  Dr. Dubey is vice president of OhioHealth Cancer Services. He is a board-certified radiation oncologist and has been practicing in Columbus for over 20 years. He is also an MD Anderson Cancer Network® certified physician.  Dr. Dubey graduated medical school from Northeast Ohio Medical University and completed an internal medicine residency at OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital and a residency in radiation oncology at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. He and his wife of 25 years live in Upper Arlington and are very proud of their two daughters who are both currently pursuing careers in medicine.
 
Presentation Summary
 
Dr. Dubey gave a very comprehensive overview of the Vision for OhioHealth Cancer Care. Their vision statement includes collaboration with physician partners to expand their services and geographic reach to become “Ohio’s Preferred Cancer Care Network”. 
 
Ohio Health currently has service in 33 locations in Central Ohio. One of their primary goals is to “Deliver the right care in the right place”.  Based on their strategic plan, they are currently in Phase 2 (2019 – 2024) consisting of the expansion of programs and footprints.  Phase 3 (2025+) will include more analytics and infrastructure. They are partnering with MD Anderson in Houston, Texas to achieve certifications and best practices.
 
They are in the midst of a comprehensive assessment to identify
  • Physician Alignment
  • Services Offered
  • Patient Experience
  • Facilities and Technology
  • Overall Patient Quality
 
Dr. Dubey briefly discussed Bone Marrow Transplant and the MD Anderson relationship.
 
They are in the process of constructing a 30,000 square footprint in Dublin Cancer Center across the street from Dublin Methodist hospital which is scheduled to open in May 2021.  They are partnering with Columbus Oncology to provide oncology services at this facility.
 
For additional information and detail here is the Zoom recording of Dr. Dubey's presentation
 
 
Or watch it on our YouTube Channel:  https://youtu.be/PBZREx4d0Zs
 
 
 
 
 
 
Goodwill Speaking
At Dublin AM Rotary
Hybrid Meeting October 16,2020
 
Please enjoy the recording of the meeting here:
 
 
 Everyone enjoyed the Hybrid Meeting format and the distancing available.
 
Susan West Announced good news that Africa is now Polio free and that we are down to only  2 countries now with Polio!
 
Roberta announced that the coat collection started today  will continue- please bring to David Bentz porch or make arrangeements with Roberta.
 
 
Mike Close collected used flags for proper disposal. If you have one please contact Mike, he makes sure it is appropriately handled.
 
 
We Have a New Member that was welcomed officially today - please Meet Kurt Brown  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Goodwill is more than a retail store!  Their mission is Building Lives that work. Today's presentation highlighted the information about their mission , retail stores, and program and services. Michelle Roberts walked us through the lifecycle of a donation and exactly how that donation impacts our community. All of Goodwill consumers have one thing in common, and that is some type of barrier to employment. Goodwill programs address these barriers and prepare individuals for work.
 
 
Michelle L. Roberts - has been employed with Marion Goodwill Industries for 12 years as its Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Mission Services. Michelle Roberts accomplished her Master in Business Administration from Franklin University . Michelle has applied, awarded, managed and developed over 26 programs/grants totaling over 1.2 million dollars .
 
Justin Vanderhoff - Justin is the Mission Service Development Director . He has worked at Goodwill since January 2017 . Justin develops new partnerships with community businesses, specializing in community collaboration.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Dublin AM Rotary Zoom Meeting 10/9/20
A Visit with our District Governor and Leadership Team
 
 
Enjoy hearing our District Governor Steve Heiser at this meeting Recording Link for 10/9/20: 
 
 
Steven Heiser                  District Governor
Maryjane Shackelford     DG- Elect
Tom Kleven                     Assistant District Governor
Wolf Lant                        Assistant District Governor
 
This meeting was a very interesting and reassuring time with our Rotary Leadership. Steven Heiser shared why it is more important and impactful now to be a Rotarian.
 
But first a few announcements:
Saturday is our Rotary Virtual Summit from 9-4:30 and you can come and go on Zoom as the sessions interest you. Please see the emails that have been sent to sign up or go to the Rotary 6690 website.
 
Next Friday will be a hybrid meeting- Zoom and in person 10/16.  Please wear your masks and join in person or on Zoom.
 
10/20 Rotary Master Class by Ann Ralston
 
10/24- World Polio Day
 
District Web site also has service projects
 
 
Steve shared his own global experiences in Rotary ad discussed our new President of Rotary's 4 pillars
New inovative club models
Strategic Planning and Next steps
Select New Members
End Polio nd keep our promise to the children of the world
 
Be for affirmative working for others-Time, Talent, Treasure
 
Felowship and Service 
 
Discussion on the next 2 annual conferences
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Dublin AM Rotary Zoom Meeting Friday, October 2, 2020
Dublin AM Rotary
Dwight Seeley, David Williamson and Skylar Burgess share the VetWorks strategy and plan   
 
Meeting Recording Link for 10/2/ 20: 
 
 
Announcements
  1. David Bentz’s porch is the new location for Roberta’s Toiletries donations and her efforts on behalf of our club has resumed this week in a collection. Here is the information Dave Bentz shared:
 
This morning, Roberta announced that we are once again collecting toiletries or taxes for the Dublin Food Pantry.  You may drop your donations in the box on my front porch for the next several days.  My address is 9080 Moors PL N, Dublin 43017 in The Moors section of Muirfield Village.
 
  1. Next week’s meeting starting at 7:40 will have Steve Heiser as our focused presenter. Please be early and join in.
 
Julie Erwin Rinaldi CEO of Syntero. Syntero is a long standing contract agency of the Franklin County ADAMH Board shared information about Issue 24 - Franklin County ADAMH  levy ballot for this November 3rd , 2020.
  1. Julie Rinaldi shared details about supporting Issue 24 for the mental health levy renewal and slight increase. Julie estimated the costs at $1.90 a month and seeks support for Issue 24 on the ballot.  This levy supports critical work happening in our community.
 
Dwight Seeley, David Williamson, and Skylar Burgess presented the Rotary 6690 research and community focus they advocate in the strategy and plan VetWorks.  
 
 
 
Our very own Dwight Seeley has over 30 years of employee benefits management experience in a variety of industries , including professional services , healthcare , insurance , and manufacturing.
Our member David Williamson has had a career that provided a wealth of leadership and administrative experience. David attended Ohio University and upon graduation was commissioned Second Lieutenant in the U S Air Force, and after servicing on active duty for 28 years and completing service with the rank of Colonel.
 
Mr. J. Skylar Burgess is managing Director of Strategic Clients for Deloitte. He has over 35 years of experience in consulting , sales , sales management and business development. 
 
 
 
During Dwight presentation the following content was discussed. Please see the pdf or recorded meeting to see the entire presentation.
 
  1. Executive Summary
  2. Understanding the VSO Landscape
  3. Defining the Brand
  4. Member Recruitment
  5. Hosting the Symposium
  6. Establishing a Brick and Mortar Location
  7. What’s Next
 
 
Please continue the dialogue with our presenters and consider the next steps presented.
 
 
Dublin AM Rotary Zoom Meeting  Friday, September 25, 2020
Dublin AM Rotary
Trent Smith, Executive Director of  about the Franklinton Board of Trade - A Chamber of Commerce and 501 C3 Organization caring for development and people and community.
 
Meeting Recording Link for 9/25/20: 
https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/Sm6DIwps7i-0hbgEWbs7Tf7uvLFCfFT4Xwu0h3mC5E8DzkH1R--tQ_dT63ils_V4.8uv5Ou_Q5dPSeIP8
 
 
Announcements
 
  

Claudia shared a shredding event will be hosted by the city and  happening 11/7 from 9-12 here in Dublin at the Rec center parking lot and she will share logistics and more details in an upcoming email.  
 
 
Calvin introduced our speaker Trent E. Smith and a former banker, now the Executve Director at the Franklinton Board of Trade.
Trent@franklintonbot.org                www.franklintonbot.org         614-746-0287 
 
 
 
Our speaker today at our Dublin AM Rotary meeting (9/25) was Trent Smith who has been the Executive Director of the Franklinton Board of Trade since January of 2010.  The Franklinton Board of Trade serves as the Chamber of Commerce for the Franklinton Community, but unlike a traditional Chamber it is a 501c3 non-profit. This status gives Franklinton the latitude to do important community work based on the three pillars of focus: Advocate - Beautify - Connect. Trent Smith works to create strong relationships in the Business Community , Non-Profit Community and the Residents of the Franklinton.
 
 
 
Very interesting development was shared: the 775 West Broad  Fortuity Calling doing call center work and will be doing workforce  development. 
 
The Harley Davidson oldest dealership in the country and a major rennovation has been committed to for this area.  
 
 
 
Cover My Meds Campus is the other big development news in Franklinton area.  Very exciting expansion in this Opportunity Zone area. It is also amazing to hear that 2,000 employees are planned for this HQ building!
 
The Carol Stewart Village helps At Risk Youth and is a significantly improved area now.
Idea Foundry is also a strong contributor to the access small companies need. 
 
The idea of gentrification without population displacement was a central theme this morning.
 
Of course the beer must be mentioned as well and Land Grant and Brew Dog come recommended for a game day beverage. 
 
We would have discussed more about the Sciota Peninsula and the development in process but maybe next meeting :)
 
 
 
 
Dublin AM Rotary Zoom Meeting 9/18/20
Neighborhood Bridges- Dublin and our kind community of neighbors
Enjoy hearing and seeing our meeting with Dublin Bridges at this meeting Recording Link for 9/18/20: 
 
 
Calvin’s email and Susan West’s Biography Notes for our 2 speakers today:
Jill Kranstuber , Area Director : Jill is a New Jersey native who moved to Ohio over 30 years ago to attend The Ohio State University. Jill and her husband Chuck have 7 children , all whom attend Dublin City Schools . Jill is an active volunteer in the schools and the community.
Sarah Savage , Area Director : Sarah has been a Dublin resident for over 15 years . She received her undergraduate degree in Education and Counselling Psychology from Vanderbilt University and her master’s degree in clinical counselling from The Ohio State University. Sarah and her husband Brian have 3 children. Sarah is thrilled to promote kindness in our amazing community through Dublin Bridges.
 
Jill Kranstuber and Sarah Savage, Area Directors for Dublin Bridges , will be sharing the successes and struggles of this relatively new 501(c)(3) organization. Dublin Bridges takes advantage of technology and  social  media to identify needs in the Dublin Community . Then solves them ! They bridge needs to existing services whenever possible. "Everyone is welcome on our Bridge"
 
Their attached presentation highlights:
 
Two truths driving neighborhood bridges…
  1. There are real unmet needs in most communities
  2. There is an ample supply of kindness and resources…
          to help us fill these needs J
 
The rise of poverty in suburban America in this century has been swift and dramatic

More Americans now live in poverty in rural/suburban communities than in large urban centers.
 
Neighborhood bridges takes advantage of technology & social media to:
  • Engage the community
  • Identify needs through an advocacy program
  • Protect the privacy of those receiving kindness
  • Foster ANY neighborly act
  • We will BRIDGE needs to existing organizations who are well suited to provide assistance
a few examples of kindness…
 
  • Personal care pantries in all Dublin City Schools!
  • Financial help with Utilities
  • Furniture / beds
  • Summer school intervention fees
  • School supplies / back packs
  • Support for homeless students
  • Grocery Shopping and yard work for the elderly
  • “Snacks for Students” program during the summer for students in need
  • We work closely with the Dublin Food Pantry and Welcome Warehouse
 
Subscribe Here:
 
https://youtu.be/rMbXIjwxcKU   Neighborhood Bridges Dublin Video shown during meeting
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


 
 
Kent and David exchange a joke on Zoom 
And our meeting begins!
 
 
 
Dublin AM Rotary Zoom Meeting 9/11/20
Dublin AM Rotary Remembers  
Outstanding Speakers – Member Michael Close, Esq. and Commander Kirk Lippold (Ret.)
Welcome to our many guests today was extended by President David Bentz
Enjoy hearing and seeing the thoughtful meeting speakers  at this meeting Recording Link for 9/11/20: 
 
Announcements and Fines deferred to allow our speakers to share their talks.  
 
Calvin’s email this week shares 2 excellent biographies about our speakers today:
This Friday September 11, 2020 , we will have  two presenters . One presenter is our very own Michael L. Close and our second guest presenter is Kirk Lippold.
Michael L Close, is a Vietnam Veteran, U.S. Army Captain.
Mr. Close has had successful business career in Columbus, Ohio. He is a graduate of The Ohio State University, and a graduate of Juris Doctor, Capital University Law School. Mr. Close has been a State of Ohio, Common Pleas Judge, State of Ohio Appellate, and is currently the Managing Partner Isaac, Wiles, Burkholder, and Teeter, LLC.
 Mr. Close will present the turmoil of the 60's, the unity of 911, and the repeat of the 60's in 2020.
 
 
 
 
Commander Kirk Lippold, USN (Retired), was the Commanding Officer of the USS Cole when it came under a suicide terrorist attack by al Qaeda in the port of Aden, Yemen. This event is widely recognized as one of the most brazen acts of terrorism by al Qaeda prior to September 11, 2001.
Commander Kirk Lippold is a graduate of the US Naval Academy and received his commission in the Navy in 1981. He served on several ships, including a tank landing ship and guided missile cruisers and destroyers . He attended the Navy Postgraduate School where he received a Master of Science in Systems Engineering and a 1994 graduate of the United States Army Command and General Staff College. 
Commander Lippold will present his synopsis: In the past six months, our nation has been challenged in ways that were never expected. Nine months before 9/11, USS Cole pulled into Aden, Yemen, expecting a normal brief stop to refuel the ship. Similarly, almost a year later, the nation was thrust into a war against an enemy that we knew about but were unprepared to act against. The War on Terror had begun.
 
We heard thought-provoking analysis and comments this morning about the past, the present and the similarities of current challenges. Please watch the recorded session for a very good meeting. 
Mike has been our Mayor, a pilot in Viet Nam, a judge, a president of our Rotary Club and a welcome speaker on several occasions.
His talk compared the events of 1965 in the Watts riots, 1967 the Detroit burning of over 4300 buildings, the 1968 Chicago violence during the Democratic Convention and the assassinations of Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy.
Mike spoke of the gentlemen that we valued and exchange of ideas and opinions we once had.
Mike spoke of the hope we might still have, that we can all remember and return to the feelings of unity and cause we felt on 9/11.
Mike spoke if the goodness still around us and the humanity we share as the source for that hope.
 
 
                 
 
 
 
 
 
Commander Lippold shared the day the USS Cole was attacked and the events that unfolded and were discovered about the terrorists that caused those 17 deaths and continued to plan further damage to the US.
Commander Lippold also shared the idea of State Sponsored Terrorism. Kirk also shared his duties in Washington and his experiences on 9/11 when the Pentagon was attacked as he headed there for a meeting. I imagine Kirk’s book is very interesting for further analysis.
 
 
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Dublin AM Rotary Zoom Meeting 8/28/20
Raffle Winners and Dan Sullivan sharing the Memorial Planning and Execution in 2020
Meeting replay of our raffle drawing and Dan Sullivan’s Talk – hear the recording here:  
 
We welcomed guest Kurt Brown and District executives Tom Clevins and Steve Heiser.
 
DRUM ROLL - John and David picked the winning raffle tickets and paddle #125 David Bentz won the Ladies Golf Clubs and #127 Barb Bartholomew  won the Mens Golf Club prize!!
 
Announcements
The auction on Handbid is still live till Friday at 5 and you can bid on the packages for your golf, dining or entertainment here:
 
 
John Susie provided an update on our fundraising success so far: We have much to be grateful for, in spite of the changing formats the handbill auction has great packages, our members have been generous sponsors and our members and guests have purchased 100+ raffle tickets. Please keep bidding till tonight!
David Bentz added his thanks to Co-Chairs John Susie and David Lundergan, Mike Isler for setting up the Handbid, Page Vornbrock and Susan West for the great job facilitating our event,  Sponsors and Sponsor organizers, Roberta for her art donation and the entire Committee.
Claudia asked committee chairs to send her updates.  Julie Rinaldi will be in touch with the Literacy committee.
 
 
Sue Burness introduced our keynote speaker Daniel Power Sullivan. 
Dan is president and managing partner of HNS Sports Group, a golf management company based in Dublin, Ohio specializing in event management, hospitality management, sponsorship and contract representation.   Sullivan is also the executive director of The Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide, Jack Nicklaus hosted PGA TOUR, directing all business, marketing, community, philanthropic and operational aspects associated with the world-class tournament.  Sullivan leads a HNS organization through management, operations and consulting relationships which includes over 25 professional, corporate and charity events conducted domestically and internationally including AT&T Pebble Beach, Zurich Classic and A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier on the PGA TOUR.
 
In Columbus, Sullivan and HNS have led the 2013 Presidents Cup, the 2016 U.S. Senior Open, the annual Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship on the Korn Ferry Tour in addition to the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide.
Sullivan holds a seat on the boards of Tourism Ohio, Greater Columbus Sports Commission (Chair), Nationwide Children’s Hospital, St. Charles Preparatory School and First Tee of central Ohio.   
Sullivan holds a bachelor of science (business marketing) degree from Miami University. Sullivan lives in Marble Cliff with his wife, Alyson, and their four (4) children.
About The Memorial Tournament  The Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide Insurance is held annually at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio, a suburb of Columbus.  The Tournament, which was founded and is hosted by Jack Nicklaus, is conducted each year with three goals in mind: to honor the memory of individuals living and deceased who have distinguished themselves in the game of golf; to showcase the world’s best golfers competing on one of the most challenging venues in the world for the enjoyment of spectators; and to benefit charitable organizations in central Ohio.
 
Dan shared interesting stories about the pandemic’s impact on preparations, changing focus from spectators  to a non spectator event, the insurance coverage for major events and the safety procedures for both tournaments this year.
 
The positive economic impact of the 2 Tournaments include:
  • $1 M donated to Nationwide Children's Hospital
  • 2,000 carryout meals
  • 7,000 hotel room nights
  • representatives from over 220 countries
  • CBS Coverage with Jim Nantz on the world stage for 2 Tournaments
Dan answered  questions and also discussed the renovation of the course in process and the 2021 Memorial Tournament.
 
 
Dublin AM Rotary Zoom Meeting 8/21/20
Fundraising Event of the Year for Dublin AM!
Enjoy the meeting replay of our annual fundraising event “Reacting to crisis in our community” and hear the good work our speakers shared at the recording link here:  
 
Announcements
The auction on Handbid is still live and you can donate to the Dublin Food bank, buy a raffle ticket and check out the packages to bid on for your golf, dining or entertainment.  
 
 
 
Congratulations to Co–Chairs John Susie, Dave Lundergan, and Virtual fundraising committee contributors Rotary VP Mike Isler, Claudia Trusty, Wolf Lant and the entire fundraising committee.
 
Congratulations to The Masters of Ceremony- Page Vornbrock and Susan West for their outstanding job facilitating our Virtual event. 
Thank you to our sponsors
  • VMware  
  • VCA                                                            
  • First Citizens Bank                                                                                                
  • Joe and Patty Evans/ReMax Town Center
  • University of Findlay                                                       
  • Stratos Wealth Partners
 
 
Celebrating 30 years of Giving to our community -please thank our interesting speakers:  
 
  • Susan Burness – Director of Communications and Public Information – City of Dublin
  • Christine Nardecchia – Director of Outreach and Engagement – City of Dublin  
 
  • Dinky Youngsteadt-Parrish – Executive Director of Dublin Food Pantry
  • Dr. Chrisann Gordon – Founder and Executive Director of Resurrecting Lives Foundation
 
Please enjoy the replay of this virtual meeting and check out your Handbid Auction bids at http://www.tinyurl.com/DublinAMauction
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Dublin AM Rotary Zoom Meeting 8/14/20
Stacy James – Motivational Speaker- timely for this special group of Rotarians!
Enjoy the meeting replay at the recording link here:  
 
 
 
Announcements
John Susie and David Lundergan discussed the Silent Auction and event this next Friday. See the recorded link of the meeting again on Handbid directions or call Mike Isler if needed. Check out the Dublin Food Pantry matching contribution available from the same Handbid sign in!
The auction on Handbid is in full swing and members have jumped to outbid each other on many great packages! Please see our event and virtual fundraising event August 21st with special golf clubs available for raffle.  Our virtual event will replace the meeting on Friday August 21. 
Sign up now to see auction items at:
 
 
STACY JAMES has had more than a little adversity and change in her life, she shared a very moving story of her sudden change from young athlete to being told she would not walk again.
Stacy’s talk centered around these themes of motivation:
  • Vision
  • You choose- Bitter or Better?
  • Attitude
  • Goals
  • Strong Inner Core
See her poem here and a few favorite quotes and bible passages too:
 
Perseverance
By Stacy James
May 16, 2003
Perseverance means keeping on
When your muscles hurt and the road is long;
Perseverance means pushing alone
When the stadium's bare and your friends are at home;
Perseverance means trying again
For the ump-teenth time to fulfill your dream;
Perseverance means keeping the faith
When you don't understand, and your life isn't great;
Perseverance means trusting in God
When your heart is broken, and your loved one is gone;
Perseverance means enduring pain
And building strength of heart and brain;
Perseverance means day by day,
Moment by moment, walking by faith;
On the road of life, we keep pressing on;
Perseverance means internally strong -
No matter how hard, no matter how tough;
Perseverance means never giving up!
 
Perseverance: The number one element of success.
 
"You need to persevere, so that when you have done the will of God,
 you will receive what He has promised." - Hebrews 10:36
 
"Let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us. . ."- Hebrews 12:1
“Consider it pure joy, my brothers and sisters, whenever you face trials of many kinds, for you know that the testing of your faith develops perseverance. And perseverance must finish its work so you may be mature and complete, not lacking anything.” James 1-2-4
 
“Never be lacking in zeal, but keep your spiritual fervor, serving the Lord. Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer.” Romans 12:11-12
 
“Therefore, my dear brothers and sisters, stand firm. Let nothing move you. Always give yourself fully to the work of the Lord, because you know that your labor in the Lord is not in vain.” 1 Corinthians 15:58
 
“Be on your guard; stand firm in the faith; be courageous; be strong.”
1 Corinthians 16:13
 
“I keep my eyes always on the Lord. With Him at my right hand, I will not be shaken.” Psalm 16:8
“Truly He is my rock and my salvation; He is my fortress, I will not be shaken.”
Psalm 62:6
 
Stacy James
Author, Speaker, Coach
Cell: 614-397-5597
Email: stacy@meetstacyjames.com
Website: meetstacyjames.com
 
 
 
Countdown - 2 days to go!! Dublin AM Rotary's Online Silent Auction & Raffle to benefit our Covid19 Community Response is going live on Friday, August 14. Please share!
Some of our auction items pictured below:
Two sets of Callaway Irons with bags will be raffled off. See photos below! Tickets are only $25. We hope you buy at least one. You can purchase those tickets right now. Go to www.tinyurl.com/dublinamauction then register and buy your tickets.
$110 Value Gift Basket and Energy Combo from The Reiki Center in Grandview
$50 Gift Card from The Woodhouse Day Spa in Dublin.
1 Foursome for 18-hold Rounds of Golf at The Country Club at Muirfield Village
$100 Gift Card from Polaris Grill in Powell.

3 framed photos by Roberta Kayne! See photos below.
(1) 20x30 Framed photo of The White Horses of the Camargue (Provence, France)
(2) 20x30 Framed photo of A Whale's Tale (Sitka, Alaska)
(3) 16x20 Framed photo of Hamnoy Snow Scene, from Hamnoy, Norway

We have lots of other exciting items to bid on including:
2 Sets of Callaway Golf Clubs with Bags
Rounds of Golf at several area Golf Clubs and Courses
Top Golf Party
Artwork
Gift cards
Rounds of Golf at several Golf Clubs

 
Get ready to bid!! Register to bid at www.tinyurl.com/DublinAMauction and click on REGISTER.
 
All proceeds benefit our community COVID-19 response including support for Dublin Food Pantry, Dublin Bridges & Welcome Warehouse, and our ongoing support for Veterans Services. Dublin AM Rotary Charitable Foundation is a 501(c)3.
 
Also, the Dublin Food Pantry needs our help. Donate through this auction and the Dublin AM Rotary Charitable Foundation will match all donations up to $3000!
Auction Opens on August 14, 2020 at 8am. Auction Closes on August 28, 2020 at 5pm
 
This annual fundraiser was supposed to take place in person at The Memorial Tournament which was closed to the public.
 
Covid-19 Update Battelle’s decontamination efforts – Jon Coyle
 
Jon Coyle, son of Ramona and Barry Coyle and past Rotary scholarship winner spoke on his recent experiences rolling out Critical Care Contamination for Battelle. His efforts allowed health care works the ability to have clean and safe masks during the Covid-19 pandemic. Some of the key insights and experiences he shared with the group:
  • He participated in setting up the decontamination systems in Washington, NY and Boston
  • In total Battelle has 60 systems ready to deploy, with 39 currently in operation
  • The technology was created back in 2015-2016 from a study Battelle conducted with the FDA
  • Over 1M+ masks have gone through the decontamination process and have been able to reused safely
A special thanks to Jon for his efforts in keeping our front-line health workers safe.  
 
 
Announcements:
We would like everyone to invite their friends, family, neighbors and co-workers to participate in our upcoming silent auction and raffle to raise money for COVID relief in our local communities. 
 
We have a few ways for you to spread the word:
 
1. You can email or forward from your phone the site page on our web page:
 
 
2. You can also share the post on our Facebook page: 
 
 
3. You can just share the auction website by sending this link in email or forwarding from your phone:
 
 
Link to the meeting:
 
Dublin AM Rotary In person & Zoom Dual Format Meeting 7/31/20
Meet our Scholarship Winners from Dublin Schools – Great Video!
Enjoy the meeting replay at the recording link here:  
Announcements
John Susie and Mike Isler discussed the Silent Auction open before our event and virtual fundraising event August 21st with special golf clubs available for raffle.  Our virtual event will replace the meeting on Friday August 21. 
Sign up now to see auction items at:
 
Please book this event on your calendar!
 
Roberta announced we are in the final days of collecting toiletries at the Dublin Chamber front door where the box is located.
Claudia has the masks and Claudia and Ingrid are distributing or you can pick them up.
If you ordered masks, call Claudia to pay by phone and discuss pickup arrangements and if you did not order but would like to now that you see the Rotary fashion statement they make, Claudia is keeping a waiting list.
 
Dave Bentz announced our newest Board Member Steve Schmitt! Steve is using all his robotics leadership skills and leading our Education Committee-Welcome Aboard and thank you for your service to the Club.
 
Dave also announced we are going to a Zoom only format again given Ohio’s current condition and the economics of using the club in person with smaller in person attendance. We have a robust Zoom platform continuing for the Club.
 
We are grateful for Wolf Lant and Ron Morgan’s Zoom expertise keeping us meeting virtually this last several months.
 
Gene Oliver produced and revealed a wonderful video with our scholarship winners and thanked our diligent judges:
 Laurie Penland, Ramona Penland-Coyle, Claudia Trusty, Cap Clegg, and Sinan Yaykin, Ron Morgan, Bob Rosenberg, Ryan Keenan, and Joe Yersavich 
 
Please watch the meeting recording and enjoy the stories and plans of these bright spots in our community.
The winners are :
The Dublin A.M. Rotary Interact Community Service Scholarship
This scholarship is available to active Interact Club seniors who have supported their Club through avenues of community service and volunteer work. Additional considerations included length of membership in Interact during high school, and if they held an office within their Club, however, Community Service was very heavily weighted. They were also required to write an essay outlining the avenues of service they participated in, which event meant the most to them, and why.  
 
The first-ever recipients of the Dublin AM Interact Scholarships are:
  • Lily Kiefer - Jerome High School
  • Anushka Das – Coffman High School
  • Rishit Desai – Scioto High School
 
 
The Dublin AM Rotary Community Service Scholarship
 
This scholarship shares many of the criteria of the Interact scholarship program. Applicants are assessed based on academic success, demonstrated leadership and community service, a pledge that they have led, and will continue to lead an alcohol and drug-free lifestyle, an essay, and financial need.
 
The winners this year are:                            
Coffman:
  • Claire Feit
  • Aaliyah Franklin
  • Lanai Stevenson
 
Jerome:
  • Gillian Eberhardt
  • Camryn Reitz
 
Scioto:                                                                                      
  • Margaret Marando
  • Alexandra Tanner
 
Gene Oliver and Laurie Penland
 
Enjoy the video replay!
Dublin AM Rotary In person & Zoom Dual Format Meeting 7/24/20
Exceptional Dogs for Exceptional People®
Canine Companions for Independence
 
 
Announcements
John Susie, Dave Lundergan and the committee have arranged a Silent Auction between August 14th to August 28th with our fundraising event August 21st.  Page has agreed to facilitate the virtual event and Mike Isler secured the Hand bid capability for the auction setup.
Claudia announced the Rotary Face Masks will be delivered this next week and the pickup details will be arranged.  Excellent timing as Ohio has gone to mandatory facemasks- Thank you Claudia!
Roberta announced toiletries are being collected for Dublin School families in need. Please use the box in front of the Chamber of Commerce in historic Dublin.
 
 
Dr. Todd Wurschmidt, joined by Ms. Lauren Brown and Dr. Nicole DiGiacomo
Discussed Exceptional Dogs for Exceptional People
  • Training campus was built in 1987 in New Albany
  • Delaware campus
  • Assistance dogs in multiple categories
    • Service dogs expertly trained dogs to assist veterans with disabilities and Children
    • PTSD affected veterans receive specially trained dogs
    • Breeds have been specifically chosen and are bred in Santa Rosa, Ca.
    • Puppies spend 18 months with a puppy raiser
    • Nicole is a veterinarian in Chicago and shared her experiences as a puppy raiser
    • 30-40 commands are taught to the puppies and the non profit has 6 facilities nationally
    • Lauren also joined our meeting to share how her independence from falls and misadventures has changed her life with service dog.
    • There are also Hearing Dogs
    • Facility Dogs in residence as such as Nationwide Children’s and Mayo Clinic
    • Skilled Companion Dogs
We thank our guests during this Rotary Week of the Dogs for an informative talk!
It’s Our Committees! David Bentz introduces our committee board members and we share
our vision and purpose
 
Enjoy the meeting replay at the recording link here:  
 
Announcements
John Susie announced that since our fundraising event has changed to a Silent Auction and event August 21st we need to raise Silent Auction items. Please book this event on your calendar!
John Susie, Dave Lundergan and the rest of our committee will appreciate donated items you can help us secure for this silent auction.   We will bundle donations into nice packages and all members are asked to reach out with contribution items to John or David or consider making a cash donation in lieu of Pro - Am tickets.
 
Lou Charobee announced that our Dublin AM Rotary Auto Show has been deferred till next year after many discussions and considerations were made.
Roberta announced a new toiletries collection effort at the Dublin Chamber front door where the box is now located for distribution to Dublin school kids in need.
 
David introduced each of the committees for your volunteer role opportunities:
 
Membership - Laurie Reinbolt
Engagement with current members and new member recruiting
 
Community Services - Sharon Kendall
Outreach in our community and many member driven areas for support
 
Veterans Affairs - David Williamson
Supportive liaisons, programs and next steps for our veterans initiative
 
International Services – Jim Burness
Mission trip 2021, Kenya Life & Land donation and other international programs
 
Youth Services – Sinan Yaykin
4 areas: Interact Club, Rotaract Club, Youth Exchange, ROYA
 
Educational Services – see David Bentz
Vocational services like Robotics, Scholarship and Literacy programs
 
Communications Committee – Ingrid Fields
New committee members requested for occasional weekly reporting and special Passion project communications- please email Ingrid at  ingridsvirtualdesk@gmail.com
 
President Elect  Mike Isler also shared the need for additional fundraising volunteers given the opportunities for new fundraising events for our club and methods in a social distancing environment. Please see Susan West.
 
 

 
Dublin AM Rotary Zoom Meeting 7/10/20
 
Enjoy the meeting with Dustin Snow at this meeting Recording Link for 7/10/20: 
 
Announcements
  • David Bentz announced that since this is our first hybrid Zoom/In Person meeting expect some format updates. We will have the new technology for next week’s hybrid format.
  • Box Lunch success for the seniors in our community. Positive Shout Out for Claudia, Sue and Sharon for pulling us together to volunteer and be part of this positive impact.  Our lunch guests are enjoying the field trip.
  • The fundraising program is actively working into the silent auction and virtual event happening on August 21st.  Please book on your calendar! John Susie, Dave Lundregan and the rest of our committee will appreciate any donated items you can help us secure for this silent auction.
 
Dustin Snow owner of Coast Wine House
 
Dustin is a St. Charles High School, Miami University, Ohio State Fisher School MBA program graduate.
 
Power of the Brand and attention to details were important learnings while in the career in corporate retail with A&F.
Dustin then decided to be an entrepreneur and engaged in his business planning.
 
Core principals and Dustin’s pillars:
Ethics, Evidence (Fact Based Decision making) and Empathy
 
Passionate Power of Empathy was central to Dustin’s talk about his journey on hospitality and sharing the founding of Coast in historic Dublin.
Leading with authenticity humbling making sure guests are served well.
Dustin shared his thoughts on purpose-based leadership and business (in a Venn diagram of course!).
 
We touched on the COVID impact and the fast and flexible business model requirements to survive the changing daily impacts. We enjoyed some live participants and some Zoom participants for this first hybrid meeting format.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
As Kent started the Installation meeting  with a tear in his eye, he generously thanked so many members and the board for supporting his Presidential year. 
 
As he shared his advice cards, he also had humor in his heart   and received the gratitude of all the members for a successful and enjoyable year that marked many outstanding events, service delivery and true community action!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Naming our Rotarian of The Year- Lou Charobee! Another highlight of our Installation Meeting today! Congratulations all around were cheered! 
A few words that were said about Lou by a board member:
"Lou was like a dog with a bone when leading the car show...passionate and tenacious. He delivered a professional first show that made Rotary and the City of Dublin proud. With that success, Lou set the stage for a long-term source of funds and exposure for our club. Lou is ever-present in every fundraising effort, including the Irish Festival, Pro-Am, and now an alternative Covid-19 [silent auction] fundraiser. Friendly and sincere, Lou is a prized contributor to our club."
 
Visiting Dignitaries like Steve Heiser, our District Governor Elect, were there to perform the official ceremonies 
 
 And a New Year with President David Bentz has Begun!!  
 
Two Announcements:
No Meeting Friday, July 3rd
Attend the Rotary International Convention closing days and recorded breakouts at www.riconvention.org, the sessions have been great and more details in a newsletter to come soon!
 
If you missed our 6-26-20 Installation Meeting with the installation of our new Board and David Bentz as our new President, click here:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eaoRbT7d32U&t=13s Thanks to Ron Morgan for his tech skills in getting this uploaded to our youtube channel!
 
President Elect David Bentz shares his Vision for Rotary 2020-2021  
Kent and David discuss moving forward
 
Announcements
  • Next Week’s meeting will be in person at the TCC. The Zoom option will be operational by then to do Zoom and in person.  The TCC can handle 60 of us in person, this allows for enough space for some distancing as well. This board installation will include masks please.
  • We have filled our sign up in July to help our local elderly that are food insecure. Looking forward to serving our shifts together!
  • Mask design with Rotary fabric needs to be ordered today with a response to Claudia’s email.
  • David Lundergan, John Susie and the fundraising committee have had to pivot to fund raising efforts around our Silent Auction as planned 7/15.  More details will be provided around this as it is finalized.  Please contact Dave or John if you can contribute auction items please!
  • Page announced that Rick Schwieterman sent his thanks for our well wishes, he is recovering and welcomes our prayers and continuing positive energy is welcome.
  • Tom Kleven -AG- was our guest today.
President Elect David Bentz shared slides summarizing his vision for this next Rotary year.
Rotary Opens Opportunities is our theme this year and David shared his stories of joining Rotary and how it still provides these opportunities:
Friendships
Community Connections for Service
Professional Networking
Fun!
Member Engagement is the central focus for 20/21 and $20,000 has been allocated in the budget for member projects. David shared the process for members to request project funding. The 1 page form was shared.
Also some structural board roles was discussed:
  • Joe will the Educational Services committee leader combining Community and Vocational Services.
  • Claudia has agreed to take the Secretary position  that was newly created as a separate role.
The Rotary Convention is all on line and free and we can join selected sessions. Roberta also has joined the Convention Walk Challenge and welcomes more walkers.
 
Significant Comments, Thanks and Praise from  the 43 attendees was appropriately directed to Kent Underwood for his gracious transitions to Zoom meetings during this time and his whole tenure of leadership and calm progress for this Rotary club!
 
Dublin AM Rotary Zoom Meeting 6/12/20
The Ohio Youth Livestock Expo
Megan Wendt and Marlene Eick
 
Announcements
  • Next Week’s meeting will include the Zoom format with David Bentz live at the TCC meeting location. Plan on joining to hear about his year and goals with our club. There might be a possibility for a few in person attendees, look for more emails through the week.
  • 6/26 there will be the Board installation in person with masks and appropriate social distancing.
  • Watch emails from Claudia for the sign up in July to help our local elderly that are food insecure, there are 3 dates for to staff for drive through food box distribution volunteers.
  • Mask design with Rotary fabric is in motion, please expect news about available masks once they are in production.
  • David Lundergan announced that the fund raising efforts continue to adapt. From Pro Am to Drive In movies, it appears the City has planned a similar event so our fundraising will continue with the Silent Auction as planned 7/15 with more details around this as it is finalized.
  • Please keep 2 special gentlemen in our thoughts and prayers:
    • Rick Schwieterman is being treated at The James and even though the serious nature of this disease makes for a long fight, treatment is being successful and very positive
    • Chris Curry updates from Sharon Kendall share that Chris is showing neurological improvements and further improvements are expected, this is good news and continuing positive energy is welcome. 
 
The Ohio Youth Livestock Event is new this year due the State Fair cancellation. It is an event founded by the parents of the youth that have put so much into raising and grooming their livestock for exhibition. The Wendt family as an organizing focus has been joined by Marlene Eick as volunteer Marketing effort and hundreds of families are now participating along with previous State Fair sponsors, donors and a few traditions brought in as well.
 
From start to event, in less than 60 days this event has 2 major locations, a 17 day exhibit planned with over 3,000 animals and 1,500 exhibitors! Ohio Youth Livestock Expo  (OYLE) has been born.
The Ohio State Fair has only been cancelled 1 other instance, during WW2  since it’s founding in 1850. This transition to the Ohio Youth Livestock Expo  private event has been quickly successful in establishing fundraising and donations as well as a Livestreaming portion for other family embers to attend safely.
 
The attributes of the fine youth involved include:
  • Children demonstrating learned work ethics and task management.
  • Knowledge learned in terms of animal care, science in real live animal breeding and care.
  • Accountability to a budget- the family bears all the costs in hopes of a sale of the livestock after the show
  • Family connections and teamwork are a tremendous outcome of the work with family and  friends side by side from early hours till late nights at times.
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Dublin AM Rotary Zoom Meeting 6/5/20
David Austin DDS, MS
 
Sitting is the new smoking!
 
 
Recording Link for your Friday meeting:
 
Announcements
  • Watch for your half year invoice from Rotary
  • A volunteer effort is being organized and we will have the opportunity to feed hungry senior citizens who have been unable or unwilling to do grocery shopping.  Claudia and Kent announced the goodie bag plan. More to follow.  
 
We heard special news about our exchange student Lara and her time in Dublin schools, here is a summary and link from Sinan:
Hello!  I hope you are doing well!  As I mentioned before you left Lara, I nominated you for the Celebration of Excellence Award.  Each teacher is allowed to nominate one student per year that they feel is exceptional.  I chose you!  Typically we would have an award ceremony for it in April, but given the situation, that didn't happen this year.  Therefore, we put together a video recognizing all the recipients.  You don't have to watch the entire video, but thought you would like to see it.  If you skip to about a half hour in you will see my portion about you!  I miss you and wish you all the best!
Click the link here:  https://youtu.be/V7-dDlhsZGo 
Mrs. Julie Allison
Mathematics Teacher
Dublin Scioto High School
 
 
Presentation from David Austin- see links to see his diagrams, very informative about the health risks  of sitting:
 
 
 
 
If you missed this great presentation, catch the recording here:
 
Announcements
  • Claudia is working on Rotary branded masks- please contact her if you would like to purchase any masks.
  • We will be moving to a fundraiser versus the ProAm event, more details to come
  • Unfortunately, the 2020 Miracle League Season has officially been canceled
  • Meeting format will remain virtual for the time being.
Tom McGloshen- Dealing with Friends that are Seriously ill
 
We had the great privilege to hear from Tom McGloshen regarding how we can better support friends who are critically ill, or have experienced a loss of a loved one. We don’t always know what to say, or do when someone is critically ill, or coping with loss.
 
Two very important things to keep in mind:
  • Remember who we are and who we are not
  • Expressing we care, listen to what our friend or loved one is saying and learning from them is extremely important
Another approach you can take is to use empathetic guessing.  An example may be; “If you want to talk, I am here”. It is a great way to show someone you care.
The key is that we listen very carefully as the person struggling will tell you what to say next. Dealing with loss and illness is never easy. The most important thing you can do to support a friend, or loved one is to be there for them.
 
If you are someone you know is struggling, please leverage your club and community resources.
  • Syntero’s website has some great information and services to offer https://www.syntero.org/
  • Tom will also share out his “what to say and what not to say” in the near future
To view the complete text of Tom's presentation along with the what to and not to say, click here
 
Dealing with Friends who are Seriously Ill
Dublin A.M. Rotary
May 22, 2020
 
The Rev. Thomas H. McGloshen, Ph.D.
 
            In dealing with friends who are seriously ill, we often don’t know what to say. We do a dance of approach and avoidance.  We’re interested.  We care.  And, we want to communicate all of that—without being intrusive or insensitive—but we’re not sure how to make that connection appropriately.  
 
 
 
Here are the COSi links  discussed in today's meeting:
 
 
Enjoy the fun meeting and talk with Dr. Bertley at this meeting Recording Link for 5/15/20: 
 
Announcements
John Coyle is back from his duties in the east and west coasts serving the healthcare workers for Battelle. He is in an operations role and we love the updates.
 
There will be a new meeting id coming for our meeting next week. Please watch for emails from Claudia and make sure your calendars are updated with the new Zoom.
 
John Susie shared the committee members are preparing alternative fundraising venues and style for our event. Lots of great creative ideas and participation requests with be forthcoming!
 
Sue Burness shared City of Dublin updates and what is happening with the recreation facilities, pools and parks.  There will be an alternate July 4th celebration.  Stay tuned in to the City communications for updates. The city is working with the Franklin County Public Health guidelines.
The Irish festival decisions could be discussed around June 1st.
 
Dr. Hoadley also shared events and happenings with Dublin schools and the lunch programs that are still supporting over 1,000 meals a day at 21 locations. The commencement process has certainly changed but sounds like a celebration and a 1st year anniversary event is in planning too.
 
Since Peter Georgiton has been a student volunteer, a student employee and now a Board member of COSI, he shared Dr. Bertley’s impressive biography and wealth of experiences both as a science educator, global programs health leader and now as leader of our local gem, COSI.  It was a rare treat that we had an immunologist speaking!
Dr. Bertley mentioned the membership drive going on now with 2 years for an annual membership fee.
He mentioned all the things that COSI does and is doing to support science learning even in this environment.  With only 20 % current staff levels, COSI is seeking membership and donation support and also still offering great entertainment and educational value to members and our community.
COSI is also a Columbus Foundation Collective member.
Check out the COSI Connects as the Digital Doorway to the Dinosaur gallery, the Digital Science festival and the many resources available.
 
Dr. Bertley also had an interesting slide presentation about the Covid virus and why the cell binding stickiness matters in terms of vaccine effectiveness and development. A very informative talk about the typical vaccine testing steps and work in motion around the globe today for rapid testing. It sounded like there are 8 top development efforts in play and numerous others trying new strategies.
Please enjoy the recorded meeting link and send to potential members as well.
 
Dublin AM Rotary Zoom Meeting 5/8/20
Syntero CEO Julie Erwin Rinaldi and Chief Clinical Officer Sara Harrison Mills
 
Sustaining Well-being & Resilience During Stressful Times
By Julie Erwin Rinaldi and Sara Harrison Mills
 
 
 
 
Meeting Recording Link 5/08/20:  
 
Announcements:
 
Chris Humphrey has safely arrived home from his Rotary exchange experience in France. It was great to see you on the Zoom meeting in this time zone, Chris!
 
Our Rotary Club has now contributed over 55 lbs. of food this week putting our contributions well over 150 lbs. of food and over 50 lbs. of toiletries.
 
There is a Pro AM committee meeting over Zoom at 5 pm Monday. Dave and John are preparing alternative fundraising venues, there is still a lot to plan whether the fan participation portion happens or not for the Tournament.
 
Sue Burness shared City of Dublin and Columbus thoughts for July 4th and alternatives to Red, White and Boom and our Dublin fireworks. The City of Dublin Development offices are moving during this quiet time and we hope they inhabit these offices in good health soon.  The Irish festival decisions could be discussed around June 1st.
 
Thank you to Julie Rinaldi -  
Julie interviewed her Chief Clinical Officer and raised several examples of care and support we can do for our selves and our loved ones to handle the collective stress that is naturally part of our life and ever present now.  Please see the pdf attached and in email for their Syntero talk:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A special thanks to Mike Rankin for giving as update on the Ohio Compliance drivers licenses and the Transportation Research Center.

The Ohio Compliance License update has been extended until October 2021. To get your new license, you will need to provide:

1.      Either your birth certificate, or passport

2.      SSN and address (W-2)

3.      Written proof of where you reside

Just a reminder after October 2021, you will need either a compliance license, or a passport to fly.

 

Transportation Research Center

Self -Driving cars continue to be a major trend in the Automotive industry with many advantages.  Safety is one of the biggest advantages, due to the removal of human error. Self-driving cars will also lead to greater productivity and allowing elderly and handicap individuals experience greater mobility. Additional advantages we could see is reduction in costs for insurance and the potential for fractional car ownership.

If you have additional questions, please feel free to reach out to Mike at mike.rankin1953@gmail.com.

The virtual meeting recording can be accessed at this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/_OhPFOz-329IGNLsxVPcUIs5G8fpT6a81CBM-vtYzUf7ZPec-IzzJl8tPRaQr-JV

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Dublin AM Rotary Zoom Meeting 4/24/20
with Interact Advisors and Student Officers
 
 
See the Interact Clubs' PowerPoint Presentation Here:
 
 
 
NO Recording Link today
 
Congratulations on a great Interact year
Cap, Claudia, Sinan, Andy and Ash were thanked for their leadership by our Interact Advisors and Interact Clubs
 
Announcements today:
We will be meeting virtually through May 8th, stay tuned for further announcements.
 
 
Our Interact club Summary today:
Jerome High School Advisor Matt Williams and Interact Officers
  • Projects for Fire, Police, UNICEF donations, Children’s Hospital, Salivation Army, and many more monthly activities
Scioto High School Advisor John Witt
  • Toy Collections, School supplies, Friendship Village, Polio Eradication, Brady Quinn’s 3rd and Goal, Sole Hope, Veterans honor flight support, World Polio Day
 Coffman High School Advisor Karen Brothers
  • Touching comments from the club officer about going to OSU Rotaract and the monthly projects for Yemen humanitarian international project, St. Jude Rally, Salvation Army, Dog Biscuits, Drive in fundraiser
Davis Middle School Advisor Susan Jacoby and Emily Temple
  • Sole Hope and Shoe kits, Canned Food Drive, Empty Bowl project and many nice young students doing projects