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We meet the first THREE Wednesdays of each month at 11:30 am 
MCL RESTAURANT & BAKERY
 4485 Far Hills Ave, Kettering, OH 45429
The FOURTH Wednesday is via ZOOM 
COVID-19 SAFE START FOR KRC MEETINGS:
In an abundance of caution as we move forward with in person meetings, we ask that you follow CDC recommendations when you attend. Including:
  • Temperature check - do not attend if you have a temp of 100.4 or higher.
  • If you have been ill or around others who are symptomatic, please stay home. 
  • Use available hand sanitizer.
  • Practice safe distancing.
  • Wear a mask in areas where safe distancing is impossible.
  • Do not sign in. Keep your badge, do not turn it back in.
  • Please no handshakes or hugging.
If you are uncomfortable or have any concerns we ask that you kindly bring them to a board members attention immediately.
We also encourage you to join our meetings by ZOOM if you feel you should not attend. 
 
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We will have TWO limited 'in person' meetings in July!
Save the dates July 15 and July 29!
Join us at the Presidential Banquet Center at noon for lunch and great speakers!
 
We can't wait to see you.
 
Of course a few things will be different, but with your safety as our main concern we're putting in recommended protocols. If you prefer to join us by 'ZOOM' we'll be live streaming the speakers for you too. Either way, we hope you'll join us. 
 
Congratulations to Sofia Davico, our student from Italy on her graduation from Kettering Fairmont! She will have one more year of school when she returns to Italy in the summer.
She also was to witness history last week as she saw the launch of the SpaceX launch of 'Crew Dragon' from Cocoa Beach.
 
With your generous donations of fabric and elastic we're doing good in our neighborhood(s)! Brenda sewed her 1,000th mask on Sunday and she reports over $2,400 raised for our foundation to give to the local food banks. Her sewing machine broke at about the 800 mark but one of her friends had a spare and we continued on. Her business will be opening up next week, but she'll continue sewing in the evenings and weekends. It's been a great project with support from so many of our members and a wonderful way for our club to help so many in our community. Thank you to everyone!
    
Our club has donated more than 400 masks to area nursing homes! We're still sewing! 
 
The need for masks now that the CDC has recommend every individual wear them if in public is overwhelming. We are doing our part to get them to those who need them. They are free to anyone who needs them, but if they are able to make a donation to our club foundation - we can do even more positive things in our community - like support food banks, scholarships and other non-profits. The most important thing though is for everyone to stay well. 
 
Below are photos of some of the prints - these are colorful - and the selection varies daily (I promise they aren't all 'girly') ! The masks are machine washable, have a wire at the top to mold to your nose, a pocket to insert a filter or extra layer of protection such as a tissue, coffee filter or hepa filter. According to the CDC machine washing is enough to sanitize your masks. DO NOT PUT IN THE MICROWAVE!  Some tie on, some have elastic or performance fabric loops. If you need them, contact us and we'll do our best to help.
 
 
Meeting Cancellation Policy - Severe Weather
Meeting Cancellation Policy:
Our meetings are canceled only when there is a Level One or Higher Weather Warning for Montgomery County. Please check the news during inclement weather to see if a warning is in place before heading out. We want all our Rotarians to remain safe. Click here for an update by WDTN
This Week's
Meeting Responsibilities
Entrance Table
Leist, Tim
 
Invocation
 
Minister of Happiness (Formerly SAA)
 
Speakers
10 Things Essential for Safely Traveling Overseas
10 Things Essential for Safely Traveling Overseas

Peter LaSorsa is a former Special Operator earning his Green Beret with the 10th Special Forces Group, 1st Special Operations.   After his time in the military, he spent 30+years in a combination of the intelligence, security and technology fields-- honing his skills on issues related to travel and safety. Peter lectured in over 100 countries, on all seven continents, in the past sixteen-years.  He is a professional speaker for businesses, cruise ships, and corporations on issues related to travel safety, and technology. 

Sep 23, 2020
My Musical Journey with a Special Bonus Performance
Sep 30, 2020
Club Forum on important changes
Oct 07, 2020
Orv and Willa Find a Home, The Eagles Return to Dayton
Oct 14, 2020
Life Pump Project in Malawi
Oct 21, 2020
Educational Spokesperson, Montgomery County Sanitary Engineering Department
Oct 28, 2020
Nov 04, 2020
Feng Shui and Life Design
Nov 11, 2020
Miami Conservancy District
Nov 18, 2020
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