Happy Tuesday, Fellow Rotarians!   
We will be meeting again at the Woodbound Inn on Thursday, July 22nd, at 7:45am, with breakfast to start at 8:00am.   Patty Farmer, Jaffrey Resident and Elm City Rotary club member, will be our guest speaker. 
A couple of follow-ups from last week's meeting will include the following items:
  • Volunteers - parking at the First Church event, August 4 
  • Volunteers - parking at Shelter From the Storm, August 15 
  • Annual Rotary District golf outing on Friday, August 20. 
  • Club Committee assignments for members.
  • October Raffle Party
Have a great week, and I look forward to seeing you on Thursday.
Yours in Service,
Photographs from our Meeting on Thursday, July 15th
President Ben's First Meeting!
President Ben Wheeler presides over his first meeting as President of the Jaffrey-Rindge Rotary Club.  Twenty-One Rotarians were present to wish Ben well and congratulate him on a meeting run well.
Club Recognizes Paul Harris Fellow Kathleene Card
Rotary Foundation Chairperson Clay Hollister recognizes our newest Paul Harris Fellow, Kathleene Card, for her generosity in making a major monetary contribution to Rotary International. Kathleen would have been honored at Gavel Night
Reverend Kathleene Card's Invocation
Reverend Kathleene Card can always be counted on to deliver a spirited Invocation to being our meeting.
As Jed Brummer Would Say, "Breakfast! Breakfast!"
Greg Walsh, Bill Coleman, and Bill Raymond fill up at the Woodbound Inn Breakfast Buffet, as the Jaffrey-Rindge Rotary returns to regularly scheduled breakfast meetings.  When this photographer last looked, the warming trays were pretty empty of food!
We Remember the 50/50 Raffle!
It was Kathleene Card's day.  Not only was she recognized as a Paul Harris Fellow, she also won the first 50/50 Raffle which we have had in over a year.  Kathleene donated her winnings back to the Club.
Rotarians Chatted It Up Prior to Breakfast
The Calm Before The Storm
Bob Schaumann snapped this picture of Mt. Monadnock on his way home from Woodbound Inn. The serene view and blue skies changed two days later, as the Jaffrey-Rindge area was deluged with nearly 8" of rain, which did major damages to area roads, as well as causing considerable flooding.