ROTATION TODAY’S PROGRAM
July 10, 2008 2008 New Officers, Recognition
&Passing of the Gavel
Volume Seven Hundred Seventy-four
Madison Ridgeland Rotary Club
District 6820 Calendar/Future Speakers
P. O. Box 696
Ridgeland, MS 39157 Jul 17 Chris Lewis, Creative Mind
Chartered April 30, 1987 Training & Development,
"Superior Customer Service"
Rotary International President Jul 24 Patricia Rucker, Entergy,
Dong Kurn Lee "Powerful Solutions - Chill Your
District Governor Summer Bill"
Joel Clements Jul 31 Stephen Cole, Senior Special Agent
R.I. Web address: www.rotary.org US Immigration and Customs
Club Web address: www.mrrotary.org Aug 7 Hank Bounds, Superintendent
MS Department of Education
2008/2009 Officers and Aug 14 Lt. Jim Jordan, MS Dept of
Public Safety, Executive Protection
Board of Directors
President – Bill Moak Aug 21 Mike Flynt, MS Eye Bank
Aug 28 OPEN
President Elect – Sherry Murphy Sep 4 Grant Callen, MS Center for
Treasurer – Joel Shows Public Safety
Secretary - Ann Barnes
Past President – Angela Phyfer
Glenn Helman PINNINGS:
Jim Jeter, Chief Development Officer with St.
Cater Naugher Dominic's Health Services, proposed by Bill Moak.
Monica Daniels, United Way of the Capital Area,
proposed by Patricia Rucker.
Beverly Surles William Longwitz, The Longwitz Firm, transferring
membership from the Gulfport Rotary Club.
MADCAAP Work Day Follow-up
ROTARY MOTTO Still needed:
Service above self. He profits Kitchen Towels
Kitchen table and chairs
most who serves best. Television Stand
Laundry detergent, dryer sheets, etc.
Bath Items-Toilet tissue, toilet cleaner, brush, Tooth paste,
bar soap etc…
FOUR-WAY TEST Cleaning Supplies: windex, ajax, pine cleaner, paper
Any items to stock a pantry
First Is it the TRUTH?
Any item you think would make her house a home!
Second Is it FAIR to all concerned? *Most kitchen items other than those listed above have
Third Will it build GOOD WILL And
If you can help with ANY item on the list above, PLEASE email us at
BETTER FRIENDSHIPS? email@example.com and let us know. The items can be new or
gently used. You can also donate funds to purchase a specific item for
Fourth Will it be BENEFICIAL to her and we’ll take care of the shopping for you! THANK YOU for your
all CONCERNED? care and compassion you have shown toward so many that are less
fortunate in the Madison County area.
Karen Robison Office:601-407-1404 Cell:601-421-6729
To provide topics of interest or corrections, please WWW.MadCAAP.org
contact Beverly Surles at 601-605-1214 or