SOUTH MIAMI ROTARIAN
Meets Tuesdays 12:00 noon at the Best Western, 5959 SW 71 Street, South Miami
Tuesday April 8th 2003 (305) 382-9887 work (305) 441-7943 home
To find a club to make-up an absence, check www.rotary.org
President DON STREAKER Officiated
A N N O U N C E M E N T S: IT’S YOUR TURN ON: April 15th DOOR PRIZE Barbara Kornblau
IT’S YOUR TURN ON: April 22nd DOOR PRIZE Edward Kitchen
Rotary’s Global Quest – we want growing pains!!
Our goal is to grow 10% from 59 to 65 members by June 30th. ROTARY MOMENT
Congratulations to all those members who brought guests these
past meetings. Our quest for new membership continues. Lets Arjune Singh delivered the Rotary moment of this week. The
join efforts to make our club grow so much that the hall won’t theme: Leadership, Education and Training.
be big enough for our Tuesday lunch meetings. Rotary International supports the training of Rotarians
District Event through the publication of self-paced study materials and
04/25/2003 12:00 pm support of district sponsored events. The primary Rotary
Rotary Foundation Seminar Education outreach at the District level is the District
Westin Ft. Lauderdale Hotel Assembly, which I hope you plan to attend on April 26 at the
400 Corporate Drive Westin Ft. Lauderdale Hotel.
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33334 It’s through Rotary education and leadership training that
From Interstate 95 take exit 33, Cypress Creek exit and you Rotarians become Rotary knowledgeable. The development of
can see the hotel from the highway east side of I-95. leadership skills will benefit your club as well as your business
Contact DG Tom Burnaw (Weston) 954-384-2611 and professional life.
District Assembly and Expo Another reason to attend is to meet and network with Rotarians
Westin Fort Lauderdale Hotel from all around our district which includes 42 clubs from
Contact Robert C. Simon (Pompano Beach) 954-786-3958 Broward, Miami-Dade, Monroe counties and the Grand Bahamas
Board members are expected to attend, and new members shall Island.
make an effort to be here. The information shared at this event OUR SPEAKER:
is very valuable for the progress of the new members in the
club. ED FISCHER
Ann Fisher and the Polio Plus Program. Donations are Vice President of Speak Out, Inc. Tel. 305-669-1449
pouring in as a result of the mail-in campaign. However we He is a veteran trainer, motivator, and management consultant.
are still $400.00 short of our Club commitment. June 1st is Ed has been developing training and marketing programs and
the deadline for this campaign. Remember to contribute. motivating sales teams in the United States and Caribbean for
Kenwood Elementary School will have its career day April more than 20 years in industries including financial services,
22nd from 9 a.m. until noon. If you wish to be a scheduled real estate, consumer electronics, retail and professional
speaker please contact Mike Newman. services.
CITIZENSHIP AWARDS for High School. Volunteers are A former state trainer for Combined Insurance Company of
needed to present these awards at local high schools. America, he is an expert in the art of motivation, the science of
Upcoming event: July 4th. We will have a PEPSI or COKE selling and personal self-development. He possesses a Master of
booth at the 4th of July Celebration from 3:00 pm until Science degree in Adult Education: Human Resource
10:00 pm at PALMER PARK grounds. We will need 10 Development from Florida International University. He is listed
volunteers to attend the booth and sell other items such as in the “Who is Who in the South and Southwest” and is past
flags and T-shirts. Profits from the sales will benefit the vice president of the Miami Chapter of the American Society
our Club and the City of South Miami For Training and Development and past president of several
INSTALLATION BANQUET It will be held June 28th at prestigious organizations including The Rotary Club of South
Parrot Jungle Island. Details to come. Miami, the South Miami/Kendall Area Chamber of Commerce,
UPCOMING SPEAKERS: and the South Dade Toastmasters Club. He is also an Adjunct
4/15 Israeli Consul General Michael “Mickey” Arabel Professor for Florida International University.
4/22 Miami Herald Executive Editor Tom Fiedler
------------------------------------------------------------------- WHAT IS YOUR ATTITUDE IN LIFE THESE DAYS?
We see the world through our eyes. The way I see the world is
We welcome all our visitors…. not the same as you see the world. As Harold Timons from the
Terry Biddulph CORAL GABLES CLUB University of Tennessee stated, As we go through life we tend
to wrap ourselves with experience like layers of onion skin.
Attitude motivate us. – Our behavior is the way we exhibit our
Ann Fischer April 5 attitudes. Attitudes can be categorized in one of the following
Mike Newman April 5 six categories:
Nan Morgan April 20 Theoretical: Looks for the truth and knowledge and has a
Don Streaker April 22 passion for the discovery of the truth.
Utilitarian: Search for the value, for what is useful. Has a
Mike Mills April 28
passion for being first in the pursuit of wealth.
Social: These are the eliminators of hate and conflicts, their
INVOCATION: ED FISCHER
passion is the investment of themselves unto others
PLEDGE: DIANA PHILLIPS
Aesthetic: They like the experience, the good expression and
VISITORS: DOREEN REITNAUER
impression. They are passionate about form and harmony.
HAPPY $: DIANA PHILLIPS
Individualistic: This group asserts themselves in victory. Their
DOOR PRIZE: LAWRENCE PLUMMER
passion is in attaining and using position and power.
RAFFLE TABLE: DONNA GAINES
Traditionalistic: In search of real true meaning, and they are
50/50 PRIZE: NOEL MARKMAN (To the foundation)
passionate about finding meaning in life.
4-WAY TEST: DON STREAKER
Each category when the passion is too much creates stress on
Next week’s 50/50 pot = $606/ 18 cards remain
Stuff to bring to help out…
CRAFT TALK There was no craft talk speaker Inkjet Cartridges to Mike Mills
Cell Phones to Linda Kaplan This program is being phased out
Upcoming Craft talk speakers soon.
April 15th Leo Haskins, Jr. Clothes for Suited for Success to Larry Sherry & Barbara
April 29th Frank Weiss
Other usable clothes to Fellowship House
Club’s email: firstname.lastname@example.org
H A V E Y O U M I S S E D A M E E T I N G?
SUBMIT MAKE-UP FORMS BY THE 5TH OF EACH MONTH EDITOR: Antonio Re: email@example.com
To Club Secretary Carlos Gamez @ firstname.lastname@example.org CLUB’S AWESOME WEBSITE: www.southmiamirotary.org
OPPORTUNITIES TO COMMITTEES CLUB OFFICERS 2002-2003
CLUB SERVICE President………….Don Streaker
Director – Doreen Reitnauer President Elect…..Mike Newman
Archivist – Bruce Higley / Diana Phillips V. President……........Ed Kitchen
7:30 a.m. Miami-Dadeland, Marriott Hotel
Avenue of Service Awards/Gen Gangemi Secretary…………Carlos Gamez
12:15 Allapattah, Women’s Club of Miami
Bulletin – Antonio Re / Ed Fischer Treasurer………….David Jacobs
1737 N. Bayshore Dr, 4th fl
Classification & Membership – Ed Kitchen Sergeant-at-Arms........Mike Mills
Current Year Historian – Stan Zeltsman
Fellowship Activities – Heather Berry BOARD OF DIRECTORS
8:00 a.m. Miami Beach, Van Dyke
Fundraising – John Sorgie Joanna Barusch Diana Phillips
846 Lincoln Road
Programs – Dan McCrae / Linda Kaplan Ellen Book Doreen Reitnauer
12:15 Perrine-Cutler Ridge,
Public Relations – Ed Fischer Edward Fischer Larry Sherry
Tony Roma’s 18851 S. Dixie Hwy.
Linda Kaplan Deborah Waks
7:00 p.m. Miami Sundown,
VOCATIONAL SERVICE Dan McCrae Lydia White
BPOE Lodge, 10301 Sunset
Director – Peter Wendschuh
Career Development – DISTRICT 6990 GOVERNOR
High School Citizenship – Mike Newman Thomas J. Burnaw
7:30 a.m. Opa-Locka,
Rotary Volunteers – 2000 Lake Point Drive
Jackson So. Maternity Centre
Youth Services – Weston, FL 33326
14700 NW 27 Ave
COMMUNITY SERVICE ASSISTANT GOVERNOR
Capri Restaurant 935 Krome Ave
Director – Deborah Waks Lydia M. White
Florida City, FL
After School House – 500 Savona Avenue
12:00 Hialeah-Springs, Miami Springs
Community Development – Coral Gables, FL 33146
Elder Program – Howard Wiener
Fellowship House –
8:00 a.m. Bal Harbour,
Harry White Scholarship – Diana Phillips
Bal Harbour Beach Club, 10201 Collins Av
Interact – Diana Phillips / Mari Colina
Rusty Pelican, Rickenbacker Causeway
Partners in Service –
12:15 North Dade- N. Miami,
RYLA – Diana Phillips
Laurenzo’s 2255 NE 164 St
12:15 Coral Gables,
Renaissance Restaurant, 2340 SW 32nd Av
Director – Amar Sawhney
Ambassadorial Scholarship – Otto Fuentes
GSE – Peter Wendschuh
Polio Plus – Doreen Reitnauer
Rotary Foundation – Ann Fisher
7:30 a.m. Key Biscayne,
World Community Service – Roy Gonas
Sonesta Beach Hotel, 350 Ocean Dr
Youth Exchange – Doug Weinman
7:30 a.m. Miami-Kendall,
Casa Alberto Rest. 7190 SW 87 Ave.
Golf & Country Club
12:15 Miami Shores Country Club
10000 Biscayne Blvd.
12:15 Miami West, 94th Aero Squadron
836 X-Way & 57 Ave (Red Road)
12:15 Miami Lakes
Shula’s Steakhouse, 7601 Miami Lakes Drive