Petoskey Rotary Noon Club NEWSLETTER

February 1, 2017


We sang “God Bless America”

Four Way Test:  Thank you Gretchen Carroll 

Invocation:  Thank you Neal Bidwell

Calendar Winners:  For a list of this week’s calendar winners click the following: Link

Visiting Rotarians:  Winter time; no Visiting Rotarians

Other Visitors:  Staff Sergeant Brian Kabus, Staff Sergeant Ryan Postle, Sergeant Andrew Frias, T Jones, and Deanna Klosinski, Ph.D.

Life Events:  Bill Collins and Deanna gave an update in their grandson. He is doing better but please keep him in your thoughts and prayers

Song of the Week:  Steve Cross and Howard Richards led us Stealers Wheel; “Stuck in the Middle with You” and “Smile”


Northmen Night:  John Scholten let us know that there is a raffle for Northmen Night, the major fund raiser for the school’s athletic department, also emails went out for Career Day.  We all need to pitch in and give BJ Shawn, who has done a great job for many years, a hand to make it a success again this year

Spaghetti Dinner:  Mike Snyder handed out assignment sheets for the spaghetti dinner on February 16th. If you have questions, please contact Mike

Reg Smith reminded us that Sauce Night, (or Sauced Night?), is the 15th beginning immediately after our Rotary Meeting. It is at Bay View Inn for those who would like to volunteer to help out

Also, the Madrigals will be doing a dinner concert featuring Broadway hits on the 14th if you need somewhere to take your Valentine that night

Salvation Army Bell Ringing:  Jeff Wynder let us know that bell ringing brought in $3532 this year. Great job all that participated


Christian introduced Jane Andrews who gave us an interesting program on Dyslexia. She has been involved with teaching and training teachers how to deal with children with this issue for over 30 years. She and her son Mark have developed 3 programs designed to help teachers teach to these students so they can be successful in school and life

Next Week’s Program:  Dr. Dan Buerkel Heart Rhythms and Atrial Fibrillation