Speakers
Dr. Kent Underwood
Dec 06, 2019
Annual Club Meeting
Dr. Todd Hoadley
Dec 13, 2019
Update on Dublin Schools
Rev. Steve Smith
Dec 20, 2019
Holiday Stories
No Meeting
Jan 03, 2020
Happy New Year!
Aaron Greene
Jan 10, 2020
College Liftoff
Tim Petska, The Joseph Group
Jan 17, 2020
Economic Outloook
Kaitlyn Gushue
Jan 24, 2020
Update on Dublin Rotaract Club
Thomas J. Stickrath, J.D.
Jan 31, 2020
Ohio Department of Public Safety
Marti Post
Feb 07, 2020
Work Life Balance: A Retrofit
Alan Miller, Editor
Feb 14, 2020
Columbus Dispatch: Newspaper Update
Kristin Harmon
Feb 21, 2020
Salvation Army Update
Col. Richard Fambro
Feb 28, 2020
State Highway Patrol
 
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Welcome to Dublin AM Rotary

 
 
Our club is 110 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.
 
 
 
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We had the honor  to get an update on the  state of the 2019 Buckeye Football Team from  Ohio State greats Craig Krenzel and Ryan Miller. For the Rotarians in the crowd who are Buckeye fans the news was overwhelming GREAT! Craig and Ryan were very excited about the job Ryan Day is doing in his first year at the helm. They feel he is doing a great job building a special culture, recruiting the best players in the country, in addition they view him as one of the best coaches for his game day strategy. They were also very excited about the talent and the results they have seen on defense, offense and special teams this year.  
 
In addition to providing great insight on the game, Ryan and Craig have also done a great job supporting the Dublin community and beyond. They are both active in the 2nd and 7th foundation, a community outreach program geared at promoting literacy and providing positive role models for children. To see how you can get involved  go to https://www.secondandseven.com/donate/donate-online/ to help with this great cause! 
 
Announcements:
  • The Holiday season is here and the opportunities to celebrate with your Rotary Family is great! 
    • Dec 5th- Contact Claudia Trusty to volunteer for Hot Chocolate sales on Dec 5th at the Dublin Tree lighting 
    • Dec 6th- Holiday Party- Sign-up for a night of fun and fellowship
    • Dec 7th & 14th- Volunteer to ring the Salvation Army bell
    • Coffman Interact will be offering their annual dog biscuit sales on Dec 6th. Contact Claudia Trusty to place your order, all  sales benefit Canine Companions.  
Dublin AM Rotary November 8, 2019 Meeting
Our guest speaker focus today was our Dublin AM Rotary Foreign Exchange Student “Inbound to America” Lara Kranke with a guest appearance from France- our “Outbound” Chris Humphrey.
Kent Underwood showed great technology trust and fortitude with a Zoom call to France, the video of Red Skelton  and Lara’s presentation in our meeting today.
 
Announcements:
Wine Not Wednesday at Z Cuccina this week! Ramona announced that the Social Committee events continue this Wednesday in the Bridge Park area at 5:30 and some will be starting closer to 5 so come early and come all, these have been great little get togethers!
December 5th we will be serving hot chocolate and hot cider to raise funds for the historic society at the Dublin Tree Lighting. Claudia assured us no cooking skills needed but she would appreciate a few hot water carafes if possible?  Volunteers too from 5-7 pm.
 
Kent reminded us of our Snow Policy: If Dublin schools are delayed or cancelled then the Rotary meeting is also cancelled.  Just a timely reminder before our first big snowfall of the season.  
 
Bonnie announced that the Holiday Party emails invitations are out and should be in your email as of yesterday- please find and reserve your spot among the happy holiday partying going gang on December 6th!
 
Andy Keeler appreciates the support received, we applaud his win to Dublin City Council and anticipate his continued service to our great city.
 
Tom  McGloshen shared the 4 Way Test content as discussed last meeting and provided handouts today from the Rotarian Magazine article.
 
Roberta is still collecting  canned goods and needs a volunteer to collect our goods and deliver to the Food Pantry next week.  Please bring your food item to the meeting next Friday.
 
Announcements:
  • Kent Underwood:  Dublin Am Rotary raised $3,625 net to end polio through bourbon sales
  • Kent:  There is a Christmas lighting on 12/5.  Will be selling hot chocolate
  • Bruce Andrews:  Red Kettle Bell Ringing for Salvation Army signup will begin next week.  Rining dates are 1st three Saturdays in December 12/7, 12/14 & 12/21
  • Kaitlyn Gushue:  Due to recent exits from Rotaract club, the club is in need of new members between 23 and 30 years of age.  Katitlyn and Sinan Yaykin urged Dublin AM Rotary members to help recruit for Rotaract
  • Stephen Schmitt: Next Wednesday night, 11/6, Dublin Robotics Boosters is hosting a Lego robotics competition at Jerome High School at 6:45.  The theme is problems in your city.  Participants will be expected to Identify a problem, Propose a solution using robotics and Be judged
  • Ingrid Fields:  Please offer feedback on how  Dublin AM Rotary members would like to receive news about the club - online or paper copy
  • Ramona:  Thanks to those who attended bourbon tasting last week.  It was good time.  
  • David Bentz:  If you've purchased bourbon to benefit polio cure efforts, see David for your bottles.
  • Mike Close:  Election Day next Tuesday, 11/5.  Remember to vote!
  • Cap Clegg:  Next two weeks Dublin AM Rotary will be conducting a food drive for the Dublin Food Pantry.  Please bring food items for each of the next two weeks to our Friday morning meetings
Lucas Bauer, Principal of Daniel Wright Elementary School, presenting to Dublin AM Rotary this morning. Group photo includes Dr. Todd Hoadley, Superintendent of Dublin Schools, Kent Underwood and other administrators of Dublin Schools.

Thanks to Kaitlyn Gushue for taking the group photo today, Roberta Kayne for taking pictures and posting and Shannon Stover for writing!

Dublin AM Rotary August 25, 2019 Meeting
 
Our guest speaker Leigh Burnside The Wendy’s Company  Senior Vice President, Finance and Chief Accounting Officer
Leigh shared an interesting perspective on Wendy’s and the values that Dave Thomas still influences in our community and in Wendy's  corporate culture over these past 50 years.
 
Announcements: 
  • The Holiday Season is coming soon….
    • December 5th- Tree Lightening and Hot Chocolate Sale- please see Kaitlyn Gushue or Claudia Trusty to volunteer
    • Our 2019 Holiday party is scheduled for Friday, December 6, 6:00 pm at the Country Club at Muirfield Village.  
    • December 7th, volunteers are needed to shop for our Adopted Families Christmas Gifts
  • Fundraising Committees Meetings already in progress
  • Polar Bear meetings Friday- more frequent- See Jim Listebarger and Jim Bandeen for weekly schedule 
  • Pro Am committee meetings – only monthly for now -see John Susie and David Lundgren
 
Leigh Burnside has a rich background in financial management and has been a long term leader for The Wendy’s Company. 1969 was Dave Thomas’ founding of The Wendy’s Company headquartered in Dublin, Ohio.  It is now a $10 Billion publicly traded company including all franchise and corporate store sales.  The Dublin campus is approximately 600 employees upporting operation of over 250,000 employees and franchisees globally.  The company maintains approximately a 95% to 5% franchise to corporate store ownership model.  
 
 
 
 
 
Past District Governor Craig Maxey speaking to Dublin AM on Friday, 10/18, about Polio Plus - End Polio.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Guest Speaker- Craig Maxey, World Polio Day- Oct 24th
  • We are still working hard to eradicate Polio, and continue to make progress
    • Thanks to the efforts of Rotary, only 2 Countries remain with cases- Afghanistan and Pakistan
    • In 2018 our district raised $218K to battle Polio, in 2019 our goal is $265K
    • Thanks to all members who supported the 125 Club and to City Barbeque for donating a portion of their sales on Oct 24th to this worthy cause
    • Together we continue to make a difference for Children throughout the World
Announcements
Mark your calendar for all these upcoming events
  • Support World Polio Day Oct 24th at City Barbeque -25% of proceeds at the Powell and Upper Arlington will be donated to the fight against Polio  
  • Bourbon Tasting Party- Oct 25th from 6-9:30pm at Ramona and Barry’s House
    • Please join us as we gather with friends, eat good food and toast to the upcoming holiday season! As we have done in the past we will be pairing the PERFECT PARTY with a BOURBON TASTING!  
  • Polar Bear Committee will hold a meeting at 7:00am Oct 25th
  • The Holiday Season is coming soon….
    • December 5th- Tree Lightening and Hot Chocolate Sale- please see Kaitlyn Gushue or Claudia Trusty to volunteer
    • Our 2019 Holiday party is scheduled for Friday, December 6, 6:00 pm at the Country Club at Muirfield Village.  
    • December 7th, volunteers are needed to shop for our Adopted Families Christmas Gifts
On October 24th, World Polio Day, City Barbecue has generously offered to donate 25% of the proceeds of their sales to Dublin AM Rotary/Rotary International’s efforts to help eradicate Polio. 
 
All we have to do is present the attached coupon to the cashier and they will scan the barcode at the register.  The coupons can be printed and presented or simply scanned off of our phones.… no printing required.  
 
The two participating locations are in Powell (3758 W Powell Rd) and Upper Arlington (2111 W Henderson Rd).  
 
But why dine alone?  Let's take this opportunity to dine for a cause together!  Come to City BBQ on Powell Rd. anytime from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm and we can share in great fellowship and great food.
 
Please share this email and information with your friends, families and co-workers. Working together we can finally wipe Polio from the face of the earth while enjoying the some of the best barbecue around!   This generous offer from City BBQ is valid October 24th only and please reach out to me if you have any questions. 
 
 

Veteran’s History Project - Eric Rood 

Friday, 9/27, we had the honor of hearing Eric Rood from the Ohio Veterans Oral History Project. He gave us an overview of the great work that is being done to preserve the oral histories of our Veterans. He has made it his mission to record Veterans telling their stories so generations of their Family can hear their story and history can be told from all perspectives; photos, film and recorded interviews. 

If you would like to watch some of the great interviews Eric has created you can go to YouTube under “timeless voices of aviation”, or if you have a Veteran who would like to tell their story, Eric can be contacted at rood.eric@gmail.com. Thanks to Eric for everything he is doing to honor the sacrifice of our Veterans. 

 

The Ohio Veterans Oral History Project is an ongoing initiative of the Ohio History Connection to collect and preserve the stories of Ohio’s veterans. The Ohio History Connection believes that every veteran’s story is important and shows different aspects of military service and sacrifice.  They are collecting veterans’ stories of their military experiences to make them available for future generations. They have partnered with the National Veterans Memorial and Museum and Honor Flight Columbus to locate veterans interested in participating in the project. These histories help inform designers working for the Ohio Veterans Memorial and Museum and some will be used in the memorial and museum itself.
 

 

Announcements

-September 28th the Perfect party starts @ 6:00 at Andy & JJ Keeler’s 

-Oct 8th @PMI credit Union you can meet the candidates- doors open @ 6:00pm- come and support Andy Keeler in his candidacy bid. 

-Oct 24th World Polio Day- Dine at City BBQ where a portion of the proceeds will go to ending Polio

Dublin AM Rotary October 4th, 2019 Meeting   Dr. Katherine Fell    President   University of Findlay
Announcements: 
Monday October 7th Rotaract Elections will be held at Dublin Library
October 8th there will be a Meet the Candidates evening at the BMI Credit Union. Come and support Andy Keeler, our Rotary member running for council.
October 11th at our club meeting we will also host the Meet the Candidates session during our meeting.
October 13th is the Robotics competition and Wolf Lant needs judges, set up and tear down volunteers.  It is a fun  event to see the schools show off their talents.
October 14th, Interact meetings- Sinan has the details
At our meeting Friday, October 18th our featured speaker will be our own Assistant  District Governor Craig Maxey sharing our Rotary work on Polio Eradication.
October 24th is World Polio Day and City BBQ has a generous donation and discount program going so enjoy BBQ and do some good for Polio eradication.
Bourbon Tasting and the Perfect Perfect Party October 25th with Ramona and Barry – sign up now as a bourbon taster or non-bourbon taster for this party. See emails from Ramona.
Mark Saturday February 8th, Polar Bear fun again! Expect committee meetings to commence.
Hope everyone enjoys the Rotary gift this morning-more swag coming to preview during a November meeting as Claudia helps us raise our Rotary visibility.
 
Dublin AM Rotary September 20, 2019 Meeting
 
Welcome  to our new Chief of Police- Chief Justin Páez
 
Annuncements: 
 
October 8th there will be a Meet the Candidates evening at the BMI Credit Union. Come and support Andy Keeler, our member running for council.
 
October 11th at our club meeting we will also host the Meet the Candidates session during our meeting.
 
125 Club – Dwight has the final signup sheet for the Irish Whiskey fundraiser to contribute to Polio Plus eradication funds.  Please reach out to  him if you have missed the signup sheets, only 2 bottles left.
 
Wolf is looking for judges, set up and take down volunteers for the Robotics competition on October 13th. It is a fun event to see and participate in with an energetic group of school age kids showing their talents.
Sue Burness gave a big Dublin Am Rotary welcome to our guest speaker - Chief Justin Páez.
 
Chief Justin Páez began his career in law enforcement in 2001 and has been a member of the Dublin Police Department since November 2003. During his career, Chief Páez has served as a patrol officer, patrol corporal, accreditation sergeant, community impact unit sergeant, lieutenant, operations bureau commander, services bureau commander and deputy chief of police.
Chief Páez earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Bowling Green State University.  He is a graduate of the Ohio Association of Chiefs of Police Leadership Courses, which include the “Supervisory Training and Education Program (STEP)” and “Police Executive Leadership College (PELC)” as well as the Northwestern University’s School of Police Staff and Command.
The Chief told us a bit about his family’s public service background and his personal inspiration demonstrated over 35 years by his father.  We learned a bit about his 5 kids and wife Abby.
 
We learned about Public Safety roles of the 113 officers working across the 3 shifts and the community impact we have seen from this dedicated team. Chief Páez helps our citizens Be the Best Version of Ourselves in many ways:
  • Community Education
  • Traffic and Freeway Patrol
  • Detective Bureau and incident triage
  • Address crime and neighborhood patterns for lower occurrences
  • Addiction reduction among our community
  • School support in many ways
  • Dispatch services for many surrounding communities
Chief Páez took time for a questions and answers session and we will certainly look forward to another visit to Dublin AM Rotary!
 
Dublin AM Rotary August 23, 2019 Meeting
 
Our guest speaker Bill Easdale
Marysville Auto Plant Vice President and General Manager
Honda of America Mfg., Inc.
Bill gave a very comprehensive overall presentation of the growth of Honda’s business facilitated by the Marysville Manufacturing capability and the resulting community growth and success as well over these past 40 years.
Bill had a team with Stephanie for professional video set up and his wife, Dori Easdale with Coldwell Banker.
 
 
Announcements: 
Rita appreciated the personal items and toiletries donated to the human trafficking outreach and support efforts. Kent will share more details from the human trafficking training and awareness session.
 
Polio Eradication will be the topic when Craig Maxey comes to speak to our club with this important update.
 
Rotaract initial meeting successfully touched 10 – 15 attendees and charter members in this young professional group. This is a big initiative expanding the college Rotaract clubs. Congratulations Kaitlyn & Sinan, more god news to come from this group. Possibly a community garden we heard?
 
Camp Mary Orton was home as Claudia and Kent’s leadership focus was a big success wit the Interact clubs across Dublin high schools. See your August newsletter for a great picture!
 
The very first ever Rotary Dublin AM Car Show is almost here! As Lou announced at the meeting, your presence and conversation and attendance is so very important to our event and our sponsors.  September 1st -please see what other roles are still needed by watching your emails and come out and see the cars!
 
 
Honda Manufacturing……. Bill Easdale
Bill shared the 40th Year Anniversary of Honda in Marysville:
 
Mr. Soichiro Honda invests in the locations where cars and motorcycles are sold. He believes that is where they need to be built. Purpose of technology is to help people.  
Power of Dreams was very important to Mr. Honda and his leadership.
 
Monozukuri is The Art of Manufacturing. 
Growth of the Marysville Motorcycle facility from 64 initial employees to over 15,000 now over 4 plants, testing center and R&D facilities.
CELEBRATE YOUR ROTARY ACHIEVEMENTS !!
 
Our District Governor Gary Vaughan referred to this theme as he shared great hapenings in Rotary across the district and across the globe. Gary discussed Vision 2020 and regognized Jim Bandeen, Pete Fuhlbrigge, Andy Keeler, Mike Isler and Ingrid Fields
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Annoucements:
Come and volunteer Setember 1st Rotary Car Show
August 22 at Fado restaurant in Historic Dublin 7-9 RotoAct Young Professionals
District Assembly August 24th and Student Exchange, Host Famly Training August 24th
Hold September 28th for our Progressive Perfect Party at 6 pm
October 12th Unicef Fundraiser Drive in Movie Night  
Gretchen Spears gave us a great update on her Rotary exchange year. She had the opportunity to stay with 3 families in Slovakia, 1 family from Radosovce and 2 Families from Skalica. During her time in Slovakia she experienced many opportunities; learning the culture, traveling across Europe and enjoying meeting new Friends. In addition, she studied Chemistry, Math and Physics and completed a full marathon!
She was very passionate about her time in Slovakia and remarked that the program gave her incredible insight to other cultures, showed her new ways of doing things and really got her outside of her comfort zone. In addition, it gave her additional confidence in herself and what she can achieve.
Gretchen was a model student for the program and we are so proud of how she represented Dublin AM during her time in Slovakia. Very soon we will be sending another Student, Chris to France to study for the upcoming school year. We will also be receiving Lara Kranke from Wilsdruff, German for the upcoming school year.
Thanks to Gretchen and good luck to Chris! Also thanks to Sinan Yaykin for his passion and dedication to making this program a success.
 
 
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Dublin AM Rotary July 26, 2019 Meeting
 
Our speaker Dr. Michael Suplicki, DC, The Winchester Institute of Chiropractic Health & Wellness discussing Ergonomics     
Announcements: 
Dublin Irish Festival-  Please see this link to register.  We are meeting at the same Beverage Barn (Dublin Rec Center Art Barn) as last year for your shift.  Please be a few minutes early for your shift and bring your Rotary Irish Festival Shirt:
 
Claudia, Kent and many will be attending the August 24th District conference. 
 
School is back in session soon and our School Supply Drive has started! Roberta and Claudia will be collecting supplies and or contributions starting this next week.
 
Dr. Mike Suplicki gave an interesting talk on our Physical, Chemical and Social Well Being and how the ergonomics in our life contribute to these outcomes.
We are sitting 9.3 hours every day- more than sleeping, exercising and eating.
 
  • Dr. Mike shared how inflamation shows up in our bodies, relates to Diet, Stress, Micro & Macro Trauma
  • How we sit, our monitor distance and how often we move all affects our health
In the 14 years The Winchester Institute has operated in Dublin, currently on Post Road, they have offered chiropractic care, massage therapy, health coaching, orthotics,  nutrition counseling, health services.
Dublin AM Rotary July 19, 2019 Meeting
 
Our speaker was “Dinky” Denise Youngsteadt Parrish, the new Executive Director of one of our favorite local organizations, The Dublin Food Pantry.   We heard stories and used Play- Doh!    The Impact of Trauma on our brain was a very passionate talk.  Denise shared not only who has food insecurity and hunger but the bigger picture of the impact of trauma on our brain. 
 
Operating since 1978, Dublin Food Pantry has been serving our community.
 
Denise shared that it is a need still growing. Over 60% of the Dublin elementary school students qualify for the national free lunch program so even a wonderful area like Dublin has residents and families in need.
Denise “Dinky” also used Play-Doh to demonstrate the impact that trauma has on the human brain and how that relates to life circumstances that cause food and shelter insecurities. Other discussion included that the problem with being poor is that it takes all your time.  Kent summarized it well when he said it was a passionate and compassionate talk that Denise shared. 
 
Jack Curtis discussed the First Monday of every Month is our volunteer time and the whole family is now welcome to help.
 
Announcements: 
 
Wine Not Wednesdays at Tucci’s was a great success. Thanks to our social committee!  We spent time getting to know a few of our newer members and welcomed Betty Isaac who sends her regards and affection to all Dublin AM. Join the next one in August at Tucci’s.
 
9/1- Put the Rotary Car Show on your calendar for Sunday, September 1st. Lou Charobee will be recruiting volunteers to share flyers, work the registration and logistics the day of the event too.
 
Dublin Irish Festival- Andy has 25 Slots to Fill.  If you need assistance, email andy.keeler@keelernadler.com or call Andy at (614)402-3765.
 
  1. Click on the “Sharing o’ the Green” button at DublinIrishFestival.org
Calvin has vintage cars and the lobster food truck today at First Citizens Bank in Powell.
 
Claudia, Kent and many will be attending the August 24th District conference, carpooling is suggested.  
 
 
 
Today’s Meeting focused on the International literacy and language learning that is the mission of SIL -Presented by Scott Dysart   
Scott shared the organization’s founder and mission in 1914, the Summer Institute in Linguistics by William Cameron Townsend,  shares many literacy goals with Rotary.
Scott shared the many benefits of education in the home country language and the additional learning accomplished when students have a multi-lingual approach.
Scott also shared details and a video of live classroom interactions that demonstrate the Thai school approach and shared interviews of family members. The observations shared were very interesting to educators and parents alike.
 
Links to free book templates were shared for our members to use:
 
http:BloomLibrary.Org
http:BloomLibrary.Org/ArtofReading
 
 
 
Announcements: 
 
Wednesday 7/17 Our social committee has fun things in store for Rotary this year!  We are also bringing back our monthly event with a new name - Wine Not Wednesdays!  Starting Wednesday, July 17, 5:30 pm, we will have a monthly gathering at a favorite Dublin restaurant/bar with our favorite people - our fellow Rotarians. The first three months will be at Tucci's.  
 
9/1- Put the Rotary Car Show on your calendar for Sunday, September 1st for this inaugural event.  Contributors already include Steve Gunder, Andy Keeler and Fields Auto Works.
 
Dublin Irish Festival- Sign up on the Dublin Irish festival site- see Andy’s email for instructions.  Andy sent around the clipboard, there are still a few desirable shifts to be covered by our club.
 
District Dignitary - We heard encouraging words from Tom Clevens, our District AG.  Claudia will be speaking August 24th at District conference in Newark and guarantees good learning and good fun.  Kent and Claudia would love to carpool and have a good presence of Dublin AM members, please hold August 24th on your calendar!
 
 
 
 
 
A Heartfelt Thank You was presented at the meeting by Mike Isler and Ingrid Fields to the Pro AM Committee team, the Pro AM sponsors and all the members who worked so diligently to make this financial and meaningful event happen for our guests and our members. It was very successfully financially, exceeded budgetary contributions and was well supported by member attendance.
Today’s Busy Meeting featured our Scholarship Winners, our new President and the Board Installation.  
Announcements: 
6/29 Dalma’s Farewell – 4-6 pm at PINS Bridge Park Area to say farewell and safe travels to Dalma
9/1- Put the Rotary Car Show on your calendar for September 1st and share our Facebook and web postings for this inaugural event.
 
Dublin Irish Festival- Sign up on the Dublin Irish festival site- see Andy’s email for instructions 
 
Pete - needs a few  more Parade Marshalling volunteers for July 4th
 
Sinan thanked Wolf and Bonnie for all they have done for Dalma. We do have a 3rd host family slot open for our new Exchange Student Laura coming from Germany. Ingrid to be her Rotary counselor.
We thanked Steve Heiser for his 3 years as our District AG and we met Gary Vaughn who recognized Claudia Trusty for her InterAct work . July 12 &13th District Leader training. 
 
Congratulations to our Scholarship Winners- Amazing young talent and promise:
  • Larkin Thomas
  • Sophia Longo
  • Sophia Maggs
  • Samiya Alam
  • Jenna Leuzinger
  • Jeff Bryden
  • Helee Dasai
The Celebration – The Installation of the new President and Board
 
Recognition of the Outgoing Board Service - Comments from Dwight Seeley and Kent Underwood
 
Susan Robenalt had Foundation announcements and Jim Listebarger was recognized for his Paul Harris
Claudia Trusty was recognized by Gary Vaughn for her Interact work
 
Dwight thanked his board, Kent invited his new board to join in the picture taking and Roberta and Bonnie organized and accomplished  the board pictures. 
Today’s Meeting was held at our new Dublin Library building with a tour from our own Joe Yersavich!
Announcements: 
6/21 Board Installation Dinner at TCC- Please see Claudia’s email and register if you have not done so yet.
6/29 Dalma’s Farewell – 4-6 pm at PINS Bridge Park Area
9/1- Put the Rotary Car Show on your calendar for September 1st and share our Facebook and web postings for this inaugural event.
 
Joe Yersavich introduced our library tour with initial comments from Page Vornbrock and Rick Schwieterman on the history and strategic planning over the last 10 years that have produced such an amazing new community space for our Dublin families. Over 10,000 visitors have come through the library in the first 3 days of public operations.
Transparency with Open Space for different groups: Kids, Teens and Adults
Focus areas of the tour also included discussion:
  • Electronic resources
  • Meeting room reservations online
  • Core book resources surrounded by glass and accessible space for that transparency
  • Auto Renew policy
  • Kids Story Time learning objectives
  • Young Minds Whole dedicated Floor
  • Tribute to Jean Walker- honor her contributions with this memorial fund

 

The Miracle League of Central Ohio was formed in 2004 with the Mission of raising funds to build a unique baseball experience for children with mental and physical challenges in the Central Ohio area. Dublin AM will once again be sponsoring the Dodgers Team and we are looking for Buddies to assist at the games. Games are held on Saturday’s at Darree Fields in Dublin and the time to volunteer as a buddy for the games is only about 1 hour, but the impact is ongoing. To get involved in volunteering for this great cause, go to the Miracle League website and sign-up as a Dodgers volunteer. Each week the buddy coordinator will email you for your availability, so you can help as your schedule allows. Please contact Laurie Reinbolt with any questions. Thank you and go Dodgers!!!

 

http://www.ohiomiracleleague.org/volunteer/index.html- Sign-up link

 

http://www.ohiomiracleleague.org/forms/2019-saturday-league-game-schedule.pdf- Dodgers schedule

Dublin AM Rotary May 24, 2019 Meeting
 
Announcements: 
New Member Welcome to Dennis Muchnicki and Scott Armstrong!!
Thank you Lou and David for bringing such good new members
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Congratulations to Roberta Kayne- 2 photos in Rotarian Magazine
 
 
To purchase tickets for the Pro-Am Day, click here or click below:
 
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Mike and Ingrid shared the Pro Am Parking logistics and Claudia answers Q&A for our May 29th Pro Am.   David Bentz is recruiting van drivers -a few more fine drivers needed-please reach David.
 
 
Susan West introduced our speaker Joy Xaybandith, Volunteer Coordinator Franklin County Children Services. Joy has held many roles in the Children Services Agency for Franklin County. Her time in the Intake Department, Investigator and the Professional Development leadership at the Agency provided great stories of her theme:
Safety, Permanence, Well Being