Jaffrey-Rindge Rotary Club Donates to the Rindge Ingalls Memorial Library Summer Program
Mary Beth McQuaid, Director of the Ingalls Memorial Library in Rindge, gratefully accepts a donation for their summer program from Charitable Giving Committee Chair Gail Therriault.  In accepting the donation, Mary Beth shared details of what is a very extensive and robust summer program for Rindge children!
President Jon Shares His 2019-2020 Goals
Jon Frederick shared his five key goals for the upcoming year at our Club Assembly.  These are available to all Rotarians by going to the Files/Download area on our website and then clicking on Goals for 2019-2020.  
Past President Bob Recognizes PR Chair Owen Houghton
Owen Houghton was recognized for PR Excellence by Past President Bob.  The presentation, which would have occurred at the recent Gavel Night, was delayed as Owen was out of the area visiting Family.  The framed certificate recognized Owen for his excellence over the past two years for ensuring that the Jaffrey-Rindge Rotary Club and its activities were highly visible in local media.
This is the picture that made its way onto the framed recognition award that Owen received at Thursday's Club Assembly.  The picture, taken by Harold Davis, shows Owen taking a picture of Roy Baldwin at the recent ribbon-cutting ceremony for the playground equipment that was donated by the Rotary Club to the Monadnock Christian Ministries for use by children in the after school program.  
Happy Fines' Bill Driscoll Reaches for Bill Raymond's Wallet!

Bill Driscoll coaxes yet another dollar from Treasurer Bill Raymond during Happy Fines.  Rumor has it that Bill will have to pay a fine if he is to continue wearing those bright slacks.
Jed Said Something Funny!
President Jon shares a good laugh at something that Jed Brummer shared during Happy Fines.
The Queen of Hearts Remains Elusive!
Bob Schaumann won the 50-50 raffle as Mary Beth McQuaid pulled the winning ticket from the basket held by Stephanie Porter. Unfortunately, the Queen of Hearts - and the growing pot - remains elusive and perhaps awaits the next lucky Rotarian at the July 25th meeting.