3.30.2022 Breakfast meeting notes
3.30.2022 Breakfast meeting notes
Guests today are: Beth Dever of Circle Program, Renee Brusseau, of Serendipity Designs, and Alicia Ladouceur of Pemi Valley Excavating  They have applied to be new members and meeting with the membership committee today.
From Zoom: Alex, Steve Denise gave us a tour of their digs in Costa Rica, we forgot what green looked like.  Thanks for reminding us.
We enjoyed another round of Tony’s NH Trivia.
Raffles:  50/50 won by Peggy and she donated it to the Rabies Clinic funds 
Tony  was drawn for a chance to win at the Card Game, but alas the 6 of spades is still in deck and we roll $159 into next meeting.  Mike suggested next time we start a new Card Game we just look for one card for all future decks.  Tony suggested we Chase the Ace of Spades.
Last week was Round 2 of the Speech Contest and was held at the Lincoln-Woodstock Club.  There was a lot of people attending from Plymouth, Bristol and the Lincoln-Woodstock Club.  All three speeches were great and Plymouth’s Kelsey Maine came in as 1st Runner Up and Bristol’s contestant won and will move on to the final round at the District Conference in May.    
Saturday, we held the Rabies Clinic and had a wonderful turnout.  Thanks to everyone who helped and to David Cote of Plymouth Animal Hospital who donated his time and shots.  We raised $740!   
Braden led the meeting and reviewed what the Officers and Board discussed at the Board meeting last week.    The board discussed bringing the Penny Sale back, if health conditions continue to improve there is support for this.
$2,000 was donated to Poland Rotary District 2231 in support of Ukraine refugee relief. 
Also, Paul and Sara are working on the new eClub and a link to their information signup is on our website now.  The site is http://www.signup.centralnhrotary.com if anyone wants to signup to get more information.
The board also discussed we still need to fill two officer and two board positions.  Please see Braden and Denise.
Mike Carrier advised that Rotary Cleans is starting again to clean up the Kanc and Pinham Notch.  Kanc clean up will be 6/4/22 and Pinkham Notch 7/23/22.  Current Plymouth members, Lora, Ben and Mike will serve the committee and our Club will host the funds for this event.
Ken W suggested we clean up Plymouth, and Susan offered the use of her dumpsters.  Anyone interested reach out.
Bill said the Interact Club will be attending the high school’s Step Up night and will holding a Vaccinated and Caffeinated night with the help from Speare Memorial Hospital and will discuss all types of vaccinations, not just Covid.  Volunteers for the event will receive Dunkin Donut gift cards (this is the caffeinated part.)