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					BANDON ROTARY’S TUFTED PUFFIN
An Award Winning Bulletin

Rotary Club of Bandon-by-the-Sea, P.O. Box 2176, Bandon, OR 97411 VOLUME 13, ISSUE 18 WEEK 18 on the web at www.bandonrotary.org November 6, 2009 RC of Bandon-by-the –Sea club) to our long-time host District 5110, Club 329 at Lord Bennett's, Rich Our Club’s Goals: Area 4, Zone 25 Iverson, and a (fifth) Paul 2009-2010 Goal: $4,500 Chartered June 18, 1974 Harris Fellowship to Fred Current Membership: 31 Raised so far: $1,075 Carleton. Please make a big Club PHF: 46 Polio Plus Goal: $1,500 effort to be there. Club Officers & BOD 20092010 President: David Allen Vice-President: Joseph Bain President-Elect: Johnna Hickox Secretary: Kay Heikkila Treasurer: Diane Buche Past-President: Jim Wathen Board Members: Joe Sinko, Penny Allen, Amy Moss-Strong, Howard Wells, Ed Landucci Committees Membership: Chair: Joe Sinko Members: Rotary Foundation: Chair: Penny Allen Members: Public Relations: Chair: Amy Moss-Strong Members: Club Administration: Chair: Howard Wells Programs: Larry Scarborough Members: Service Projects: Chair: Ed Landucci Members: Joseph Bain (RYLA), Chuck Salt (WCS) Nora Thomason (Wine & Cheese Event) Rotary International President: John Kenny. Scotland District Governor: John Cox Assistant District Governor: Emily Francona

Raised so far:
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$60.00

Calendar Today:
Welcome DG John Cox

November Birthdays
11/18 Steve Underdown 11/27 Elmer Lowry

President’s Corner
THIS THURSDAY - Party (including spouses) for the District Governor and his wife at the Thomasons. Board members - we will have a short Board meeting/mini-club assembly immediately preceding the festivities. Please show up no later than 5:30 and be prepared to discuss your area of responsibility. Everyone else at 6:15. Nora is doing the main dish, please bring an hors d'oeuvre and your own libations. THIS FRIDAY - The District Governor makes his official visit to our club. He will also award a Paul Harris Fellowship (donated by the

LAST WEEK - Penny announced our very own club raffle for The Rotary Foundation (November is Foundation Month after all). You heard about the four-bottle vertical wine tasting donated by Jim Wathen and the two rounds of golf donated by Bandon Dunes Golf Resort. Dennis and Nora are doing a dinner for eight with wines, but I just got a description of the menu. Check this out: Filet Mignon with Nora’s signature Pinot Noir mushroom sauce; St. Louis Potatoes or Cider Smoked Gouda au ratin potatoes or baked potatoes; Apricot glazed carrots or other fresh veggie; Pear/blue cheese/roasted hazelnut on baby greens – Nora’s special vinaigrette dressing; Artesian bread. Bring your money to any meeting in November (remember we have a round table on the 27th because of Thanksgiving)! Tickets are

District Calendar Link http://district5110.org/M ain/Calendar

$10 each ($100 minimum) and the drawing will be held on the first Friday in December. David

comprehensive peace accord took effect in 2007. "DDR remains a process," says Oussou, the first polio survivor to become a Rotary World Peace Fellow. "It takes tremendous time to get the D and D done before even thinking of the R part." Conducting socioeconomic studies is the focal point of the DDR team's efforts. "One of my roles is to think in advance how the excombatants will be making a living after disarmament and demobilization," says Oussou, who is fluent in Baule, English, French, German, and Spanish. "We are a quite sturdy team, in the firing line of conflicting interests, including the Central African Republic government, the politicomilitary leaders, and UNDP itself." Oussou says his parents told him that he contracted polio when he was one or two years old. But he has "long had a strong feeling that with hard work, handicap or not, anyone can succeed." "I could not be more thankful to Rotary International and ICU for providing me with such a great opportunity to contribute to the debate over peace and security in Africa and the world," he says.

Websites: Bandon: www.bandonrotary.org District: www.district5110.org R.I.: www.rotary.org

For the Good of the Order
We wish fellow Rotarian Larry Scarborough a speedy recovery from back surgery. We’re thinking about you, Larry.

Makeups: Rotary eClub One:
http://www.rotaryeclubone. org/programs.htm Rotary eClub of SWUSA: http://www.recsw usa.org/meeting D5110 Rotary Videos: http://district5110.org/Distri ct/VideoStories D5110 MakeUp Options: http://district5110.org/Com mittees/Membership Area Rotary Clubs and where they meet:
--The Bay Area, Noon, Monday, Mill Casino --Bay Area Sunshine Club, Thurs., 7:00 a.m., Red Lion --Brookings-Harbor, Noon, Tuesday, Brookings Inn Conference Center --Coos Bay/North Bend, Noon, Tuesday, Red Lion --Florence, Noon, Tuesday, Florence Events Center --Coquille, Noon, Wednesday,
Frazier’s Bakery

Laying the groundwork for lasting peace
By Dan Nixon Rotary International News -- 4 November 2009 The civil war that tore apart Kouame Remi Oussou's homeland of Côte d'Ivoire instilled in him a passion to work for solutions to conflict. Although most of the violence, which broke out in 2002, ended in 2004, the war left his country divided in two. Oussou is now a monitoring and evaluation officer for disarmament, demobilization, and reintegration (DDR) with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in the Central African Republic. His work helps address the needs of a country that weathered periodic civil conflict before a

--Gold Beach, Noon, Wednesday, Showcase Building, Curry County Fairgrounds --Myrtle Point, Noon, Thursday, Tubby’s --Port Orford, Noon, Thursday, American Legion Hall --Reedsport, 11:45 AM, Thursday, Aztlan Restaurant


				
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