Posted on Sep 28, 2018
Mc update of the week
Mc gave an update on his week, which included a visit to the Naval Undersea Museum, an event at Naveen Chaudhary’s, and his meeting his 2nd host family.
 
Michele Doyle
Michele Doyle described the SWAG bag sponsorships available and reminded members to get their tickets for the Oct. 27 Halloween Costume Gala and Auction Costumes are optional!
 
Craig Adams presented award to Mark Timken
Celebrity Presenter Past President Craig Adams presented Mark Timken with his Paul Harris Fellow Award. These awards, given in the name of Rotary Founder Paul Harris, are for Rotarians who donate a total of $1000 to the Rotary Foundation, the charitable non-profit of Rotary International.
 
Tim Nichols receives 2nd Paul Harris award
Tim Nichols received his Paul Harris +2 Award. Well done! 
 

Important UPCOMING Club Events 

• Wine Tasting at Joe Hulsey’s Oct. 5, 5:30 
• Jon Pavey is organizing a CLEAN OUT of the club’s storage locker. Stay tuned. 
• GET YOUR TICKETS for the GALA!!! 
• Please save placemats at each table for Danny to compost . 
• Pick up your new directory. 
• You still have time to earn your BUNNY STICKER for Youth Protection Training!
 

Sea Trials: Around The World With Duct Tape And Bailing Wire

Wendy Hinman, Sea Trials: Around The World With Duct Tape And Bailing WireWendy Hinman, author of Tightwads on the Loose: A Seven-Year Pacific Odyssey, the light-hearted story of her seven year voyage aboard a 31-foot boat with her husband, Garth, and Sea Trials: Around the World With Duct Tape and Bailing Wire, the gripping story of Garth’s voyage around the globe with his family when he was a teenager, shared stories and pictures that inspired her two books. She grew up moving every few years as a child because of her father’s job as a dentist in the Navy. During her childhood, she had the opportunity to live in multi-cultural environments in Guam, California, Hawaii and Washington D.C. and meet people from all over the globe. She loved travel so much she’s devoted her life to exploring as much of the world as possible. She used her degree in Economics from the University of Michigan to found a successful international business, which, along with her insatiable curiosity, has taken her to over 30 countries. Her stories were both riveting and inspiring.