The Eastwood Word The Weekly Newsletter of the Rotary Club of Eastwood “Service Above Self” Volume 41 Issue 26 January 8, 2002 Page 1 MEETING MINUTES for not identifying family members DOME REPORT - 1/8/02 by Russ Cook in Naa Naa’s newspaper article. by Stan Rubenstein Ray fined Herb Jerry for not The meeting was called to order by knowing how many Rotary Monday, Jan. 14th Notre President Peter. Gary Katz gave a members there are worldwide. Dame, Game time 7:00 pm, touching invocation. There were no Happy Dollars – Gary Ketchum Gates open 6:00 pm, Early 4:00 visiting Rotarians. Club guests were for taking his daughter back to pm, Late, 5:15 pm. Frances, our New Zealand college and competing in his most Crew: Antonelli, Baxter, exchange student who departs for recent marathon, Dee for her Bishop’s, Carley, Crissey, home this week, and Ted Botsford, grandson who was home on his Cullinan, Ewing, Gordona’s, a prospective member. first liberty, Jeanne for a Alec’ Ketchum, Kellogg, Mills, Moses, Tom Barone announced that Jim birthday and a new job (with no O’Donnell, Petta, Rubenstein, Gaskin will be the recipient of a travel!), Barbara for sharing the Stephens. special award at the March holidays with elderly relatives and a Foundation Dinner. Stan brought good doctor’s report, Bob for his Next game is Saturday, Jan. us up to date with his weekly Dome wife bowling better than Larry, Abe 26th, VaTech. Game times as report. Karl Herba spoke regarding for a nice holiday and half of Alec’s above. membership. He stated the need to gifts are at his house. Crew: Barone, Batley, Baxter, “sell” Rotary to people we have The winning number of the Crissey, Gascon, Gordona’s contact with – good job Karl. queen was pulled by guest, Sandy, Herba, Katz, O’Donnell, Jim Gaskin thanked the club for who took the money. (She was Stephens, Woodall, Ketchum, the honor. He also gave an update advised by Jim Gaskin to take the Gordie. on Naa Naa and her trip to New money.) She then proceeded to York City, as well as an update on pull Jim Gaskin’s number. The While Ro and Stan are in Florida her medical progress. queen still lives. beginning January 28th, Jerry Gordy Ketchum presented Jenny Bob Batley presented a program O’Donnell will be making out Doane with her five-year perfect on youth exchange. He stated that the dome list for the last 4 attendance pin. Ro spoke about youth started in Wilksbarre, PA in games. Remember though that Francis House and asked the club if 1961. He gave a great history with we have two days in the dome we thought we would like to what Eastwood has done with for March Madness later on 22nd continue working with them. Gary youth exchange. and the 24th. gave an update on the Herb Jerry then introduced Jen Entertainment books. Cruise, our outgoing youth Fines were levied by Ray O’Neill exchange student who went to –Norm Carley for no badge, Dee Finland. She shared many colorful Petta for mooching sugar, and Larry experiences with the group. Thank Moses for bowling so poorly. Tony you Bob and Herb for a very Iorio got smacked for being a interesting program. member of a weak team, Abe The meeting ended on time and Morelli was fined for not saying we stood and repeated the four- goodbye to Jeanne upon leaving the way test. Dome , and Jim Gaskin Volume 41 Issue 26 January 8, 2002 Page 2 FROM THE PREZ… HOLIDAY WISHES FROM FOR THE NEW YEAR DISTANT LANDS A SHORT COURSE IN HUMAN Came in over the wire: RELATIONS PP Gary Katz received a Christmas card from the • The six most important words: As of January 2002 West mother of the Gift of Life child “I admit I made a mistake” Winfield has changed the from China. Here is the dates and times of their • The five most important words: approximate translation of her “You did a good job” meeting to the following Christmas message: schedule: • The four most important words: Dear Respectable Pres. Katz, “What is your opinion” They will meet on the 1st Wish you merry Christmas • The three most important words: and 3rd Tuesday’s at 6:15 pm and good health. Thank you very much for “If you please” and the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays reviving my son’s life. Without • The two most important words: at 7:00 am at the Stonehouse your assistance, we would not “Thank you” Restaurant. If a month has 5 have our son now. He is in • The one most important word: Tuesdays the club will meet at “We” good health and has a normal 6:15 pm. If you have any • The least important word: development. He is now a questions you can contact Bill meter 37 tall and weights 34 kg. “I” Crewell, President of the He is a 2nd grade student in an West Winfield Club at elementary school. firstname.lastname@example.org Please visit china and be our guest MEMBERSHIP - Respectfully, Li-shin Ted Botsford will be given his RI SHOULD WE (Rotary Indoctrination) this coming CONTINUE WITH NEXT WEEKS PROGRAM Tuesday. It is nice to see a new FRANCIS HOUSE? By Bob Batley member join our wonderful Rotary Literacy Volunteers of America family - let’s see if we can keep this Ro Rubenstein has been (LVA) was founded here in trend going. graciously asking us every Syracuse in the 1960’s by our own Before you know it, Spring will week for the past several Honorary Member Ruth Colvin. It be here and Peter’s year will be has grown to be a National and months to contribute food almost at an end. For the club and International force combating and other needed items to illiteracy. The local office of this for President Peter let’s all make a Francis House. Ro asked on organization is the Literacy concerted effort to invite someone Tuesday if we feel we would Volunteers of Greater Syracuse. to lunch. like to continue giving to The volunteer tutors spend one on Spring is a time of re-birth, with Francis House or does one time with students who mostly green grass, flowers, sunshine, and anyone have another charity wish to learn English as a second much warmer weather. But…lets in mind we could help? language (ESL). not wait until Spring for the Please let Ro know. She Our speaker next week is on of Eastwood Rotary re-birth. Invite a has worked very diligently on these students. His name is friend to have lunch with us…the this project and welcomes Lubomir Kalpaktchiev (Lubo) from club will do the rest. Bulgaria. He has been an ESL your feedback. participant for about two years. His All of those individuals tutor will also be attending our who have contributed to this PLEASE MAKE NOTE OF meeting. THE NEW EMAIL worthy cause many, many A representative of LVGS will thanks. ADDRESS FOR DEE also be on had to discuss some of PETTA: the details of the program. Dpetta@americu.net Volume 41 Issue 26 January 8, 2002 Page 3 ROTARY INTERNATIONAL FOR THE RECORD B’Days and Anniversary’s for: DISTRICT 7150 January ON DECK Bruce P. Frassinelli B’Days: District Governor 2002-2002 Fining PP Rosalie Rubenstein Danielle Gerard Jan 4 Member, Oswego Rotary club 139 Arcadia Avenue Standby: Stan Rubenstein Stan Rubenstein Jan 2 Oswego, NY 13126 Bull Scribe: Dan Cullinan Anniversary’s: Donald Reese Standby: Jenny Doane Sharon & Art Schoen 1/31/89 District Governor Elect 2002-2003 Member, Utica Rotary Club Jeanne & Mike Williams 1/16/99 GUESTS Congratulations to all!! Frances Craig, Club Sandy Tabor, Abe Morelli PROGRAMS FOR JANUARY By Bob Batley AMBASSADORS 1/15/02 Lubomir Kalpaktchiev Herb Webb, Wilmington East (3) (from Bulgaria) “Literacy Bennett Bishop, Solvay Geddes Volunteers of Greater Norm Carley, Fulton Syracuse English as a Jim Gascon, Syracuse & B’ville Second Language Student” Bob Batley, Syracuse 1/22/02 Guest Speaker - The Rotary Foundation ABSENTEES 1/29/02 Rotary Information - a quiz Lucille Browning Dick Bruns Dan Cullinan Bud Floor Danielle Gerard Dick Lendy UPCOMING EVENTS: Whitney Mills Herb Webb Clara Woodall Tues. 1/15/02 - Board of Directors Meeting - 5:30 pm - office of Peter VISITING ROTARIANS Crissey - Jeanne Williams hosting None 3/9/02 - Eastwood Foundation Dinner - Layayette CC All articles for The Word must be 7/18/02 - Liverpool Golf received on or before 9:00 am on Tournament at Radisson G.C. Thursday of each week. The editor’s address is: 2197 Mercer St., Baldwinsville, NY 13027. 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