Dublin AM Rotary October 4th, 2019 Meeting   Dr. Katherine Fell    President   University of Findlay
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.
University of Findlay was founded by the City of Findlay and the Church of God in 1882 The Old Main building is still used for administrative offices today.
New building investments include many great areas from recreation facilities to the Mazza Museum to the All Hazard Learning center.
Dr. Fell gave a very comprehensive overview of the strong programs and leading initiatives:
Very strong Animal Sciences and Pre-Vet program national recognition
Safety Management – dedicated All Hazard Learning Center
English and Western Equestrian Farms
Western Equestrian team back to back national champs
Students from 40 countries and over all the United States
Athletics program has an 88% graduation rate carrying over a 3.5 GPA