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Red Bank

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:15 PM
Navesink Country Club
50 Luffburrow Lane
GPS: Use Red Bank NJ 07701
Middletown, NJ  07748
United States of America

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(732) 933-9111
Fax:
(733) 933-4125
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El Jefe Doug rang the bell at  12:22 - followed by the, prayer (Bill Saloukas) and 4 way test. 
 
The wisecracking Bill Saloukas ended his joke with 'you may not have a pit to hiss in'
 
GUESTS AND VISITORS: NONE! Its always good to see some fresh faces at our meeting, who will you bring next week?
 
WELCOME BACK:  NONE! - How about calling a past member to join us for a visit next meeting
 
HAPPY DOLLARS AND FINES: Color fine - NONE, no COGS last week!  Late - Jon.  No pin - Jon. Didn't remember his club induction date Jon.  At this rate, I don't think Jon is going to give Jay a raise this year, lol Jon had one more happy dollar to give, he is sailing the Greek Isles the month of May.
 
YOUR HELP NEEDED: Who will step up to the plate next year to pen the COGS?
 
NEW MEMBER INDUCTIONS: None this week.  WHO WILL YOU BRING IN AS A POTENTIAL NEW MEMBER NEXT WEEK?
 
COLOR OF THE WEEK: We have revived color of the week and a lot of our members aren't reading the COGS - we took in quite a few fines.  If you are looking under this heading to find out what the color of the week is, you are looking in the wrong place :-)  It's in this issue somewhere - it may even be a color that you've never even heard of (HINT - Google can help you in this instance).
 
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
 
Career Day (May 2)  See Addie
 
District Conference (May 4Seaview Inn, Galloway NJ https://events.rotarydistrict7505.org/event/district-7505-assembly/ YOU CAN NOW PURCHASE DINNER ONLY
 
Collier Youth Services Gala honoring Beacon Panning & Consulting Services, the Rotary Club of Red Bank and Vonage (May 9) Addison Park - Aberdeen NJ 6:30PM-10:30PM See Steve green Sanfilippo for reservations
 
RYLA North (June 29th – July 2nd) Monmouth University in West Long Branch, NJ - See the Bohinski's if you have any questions.
 
UPCOMING SPEAKERS: See the list in the column to the right. If you have anyone interested in speaking, please let Barbara Mullen know.
 
REMINDER: WE NOW MEET WEEKLY, THURSDAYS 12:00PM at the NAVESINK COUNTRY CLUB.
 
SCHOLARSHIPS: Applications mailed to schools - see Jim Mullevey
 
FOUNDATION GRANTS: Foundation will meet on Thursday May 9th, 11AM, NCC Board Room to discuss grant submissions
 
GOLF & FOOD & WINE: Addie will chair food & wine, Bill D. will chair golf - DATE WILL BE TUESDAY OCTOBER 1, 2019 @ NAVESINK COUNTRY CLUB
 
SPEAKER: Meaghin Svenson from RMC, Clinical Nutrition Manager.  10 Healthy Eating Tips for people over 65: 1) Plenty of liquids, 2) make eating a social event3) plan healthy meals 4) know how much to eat 5) vary your veggies 6)Eat for your teeth and gums 7) use herbs and spices 8) keep food safe 9) read the nutrition facts label 10) ask your doctor about vitamins and supplements.
 
50/50: . Luisa. The pot is about $420.00
El presidente Doug is back from his NYC trip to visit the Yankees he rang the bell at  12:19 - followed by the, prayer (Chuck Watson) and 4 way test. 
 
The wisecracking Bill Saloukas ended his joke with 'For those of you who cannot swim, thank you for flying Al Italia'
 
GUESTS AND VISITORS: Marge, guests of Jessica Johannsen, works for a portable diagnostic company and has been in healthcare for 45 years.  Giovanna Talerico, guest of James Mullevey, works for TD Bank as a commercial lender, she also serves on the EMACC Education Foundation with Jim.  Its always good to see some fresh faces at our meeting, who will you bring next week?
 
WELCOME BACK:  Horton - his days are numbered
 
HAPPY DOLLARS AND FINES: Club Anniversary - Robin, 15 years.  Color fine - Barbara, Jon, Mike.  No pin - Jessica and Jon.  Jay - fined Jim Mullevey for not having any photo newspaper articles.  Barbara - for Chucks help with the speakers.  Horton - only one week left in NJ.  Jon - Jay needs to sharpen his mathematical skill when it comes to giving change for the happy dollars and fines. Addie- for seeing 'May the Schwartz Be With You' on Jeopardy. Chuck - for retirement and next weeks speaker returning.  
 
YOUR HELP NEEDED: Who will step up to the plate next year to black pen the COGS?
 
NEW MEMBER INDUCTIONS: None this week.  WHO WILL YOU BRING IN AS A POTENTIAL NEW MEMBER NEXT WEEK?
 
COLOR OF THE WEEK: We have revived color of the week and a lot of our members aren't reading the COGS - we took in quite a few fines.  If you are looking under this heading to find out what the color of the week is, you are looking in the wrong place :-)  It's in this issue somewhere - it may even be a color that you've never even heard of (HINT - Google can help you in this instance).
 
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
 
Monmouth County Evening Rotary Club Charity Pong Tournament (March 21) - A SUCCESS, over $600 raised. Won by non-other than Rotarian Jon Schwartz (now we know what he does on vacation) - Dollars will be given to Redeem Her Foundation
 
Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) (April 6, April 20) https://rlinea.org/
 
Career Day (May 2)  See Addie
 
District Conference (May 4Seaview Inn, Galloway NJ https://events.rotarydistrict7505.org/event/district-7505-assembly/ YOU CAN NOW PURCHASE DINNER ONLY
 
Collier Youth Services Gala honoring Beacon Panning & Consulting Services, the Rotary Club of Red Bank and Vonage (May 9) Addison Park - Aberdeen NJ 6:30PM-10:30PM See Steve Sanfilippo for reservations
 
RYLA North (June 29th – July 2nd) Monmouth University in West Long Branch, NJ - See the Bohinski's if you have any questions.
 
UPCOMING SPEAKERS: See the list in the column to the right. If you have anyone interested in speaking, please let Barbara Mullen know.
 
REMINDER: WE NOW MEET WEEKLY, THURSDAYS 12:00PM at the NAVESINK COUNTRY CLUB.
 
SCHOLARSHIPS: Applications mailed to schools - see Jim Mullevey
 
FOUNDATION GRANT REQUESTS: Applications mailed to non-profits - See Jack Chesbro Deadline was 3/31
 
GOLF & FOOD & WINE: Addie will chair food & wine, Bill D. will chair golf - DATE WILL BE TUESDAY OCTOBER 1, 2019 @ NAVESINK COUNTRY CLUB
 
SPEAKER: Dr. James Proodian spoke about chronic illness and inflammation. For more information, please visit his website http://proodianhealthcare.com/
 
50/50: . Jessica. The pot is about $390.00
El Jefe Doug rang the bell at  12:22 - followed by the, prayer (Chuck Watson) and 4 way test. 
 
The wisecracking Bill Saloukas ended his joke with 'apple juice, tomato juice, pineapple juice'
 
GUESTS AND VISITORS: NONE! Its always good to see some fresh faces at our meeting, who will you bring next week?
 
WELCOME BACK:  Horton - he is headed back to sunny Florida.  (psst. - don't tell him that he will be missed)
 
HAPPY DOLLARS AND FINES: Color fine - Our S@A forgot to fine for color, hope he comes ready to be fined next week!  Late - Jon and Rob Sanders.  No pin - Jay.  Jim pink or baby blue Mullevey - fined everyone but Robin, because she was the only one who commented on his 10 lb weight loss.  Jay - happy he gained 8 lbs and his biceps are bigger than his dads.  Horton - $30.00 (don't faint) for the 30 years he has spent in Rotary.  Steve - sad to see Horton go. Chuck - Horton and retirement. Doug - Horton and Bill Donnellys ERAY gift to RI.  Jim - Chucks retirement and glad Horton is leaving.  Robin - for Hortons sense of humor? Addie - for Horton and Chuck getting speaker for career day. 
 
YOUR HELP NEEDED: Who will step up to the plate next year to pen the COGS?
 
NEW MEMBER INDUCTIONS: None this week.  WHO WILL YOU BRING IN AS A POTENTIAL NEW MEMBER NEXT WEEK?
 
COLOR OF THE WEEK: We have revived color of the week and a lot of our members aren't reading the COGS - we took in quite a few fines.  If you are looking under this heading to find out what the color of the week is, you are looking in the wrong place :-)  It's in this issue somewhere - it may even be a color that you've never even heard of (HINT - Google can help you in this instance).
 
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
 
Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) (April 20) https://rlinea.org/
 
Career Day (May 2)  See Addie
 
District Conference (May 4Seaview Inn, Galloway NJ https://events.rotarydistrict7505.org/event/district-7505-assembly/ YOU CAN NOW PURCHASE DINNER ONLY
 
Collier Youth Services Gala honoring Beacon Panning & Consulting Services, the Rotary Club of Red Bank and Vonage (May 9) Addison Park - Aberdeen NJ 6:30PM-10:30PM See Steve Sanfilippo for reservations
 
RYLA North (June 29th – July 2nd) Monmouth University in West Long Branch, NJ - See the Bohinski's if you have any questions.
 
UPCOMING SPEAKERS: See the list in the column to the right. If you have anyone interested in speaking, please let Barbara Mullen know.
 
REMINDER: WE NOW MEET WEEKLY, THURSDAYS 12:00PM at the NAVESINK COUNTRY CLUB.
 
SCHOLARSHIPS: Applications mailed to schools - see Jim Mullevey
 
FOUNDATION GRANT REQUESTS: Applications mailed to non-profits - See Jack Chesbro Deadline was 3/31. Foundation will meet on 5/2 11AM @ NCC BOD room to discuss applications
 
PAUL HARRIS MEETING: All current PHF are invited to attend 4/25 11AM @ NCC to discuss potential new Fellows
 
GOLF & FOOD & WINE: Addie will chair food & wine, Bill D. will chair golf - DATE WILL BE TUESDAY OCTOBER 1, 2019 @ NAVESINK COUNTRY CLUB
 
SPEAKER: 
Mrs. Christine Rieger is the founder, Board Chair and President of the NJ Chapter of BloomAgain Foundation.  Mrs. Rieger is a graduate of the University of Delaware with a degree in Elementary and Special Education
and a Masters degree in Counseling from Kean University. Mrs. Rieger is a Red Bank resident and former educator.
  
Mrs. Kelly Kachinski is a Board Member and a Shrewsbury resident. Mrs. Kachinski is a graduate of the University of Florida with a degree in Journalism/Communications. Mrs. Kachinski is also a founding member of BloomAgain.
 
The mission of Bloom Again Foundation is to provide rapid response financial assistance to economically vulnerable working women when they need it most due to personal or family medical emergencies. Millions of these women are one paycheck away from poverty. They scrape together what’s needed to get by from paycheck to paycheck without federal assistance, but one illness in the family, a car accident, or other medical emergency is life-changing for them.
 
A gift from Bloom Again Foundation provides working women living at or near the poverty level with the security and peace of mind needed to recover from incapacitating illnesses or maintain their households during medical emergencies.
 
50/50: . Luisa $20. The pot is about $400.00
Prez Light Steve rang the bell at  12:15 - followed by the pledge, prayer (Chuck Watson) and 4 way test.  There was not an empty seat in the house. It was nice to see some new, old and very old faces at the meeting.
 
Sunshine Saloukas spread some cheer today, everyone laughed - but I cant remember the joke
 
GUESTS AND VISITORS: Nick from Sunrise came back for a second visit today, Shawn Lenner, Ryan Keating (all guests of Jessica Johannsen).  Brad Chavero-Correa (our Latino Scholarship Awardee from last year) came in to update us on his schooling.  The Scholarship Committee did a great job picking him last year!
 
WELCOME BACK:  Horton, unfortunately
 
HAPPY DOLLARS AND FINES: There were quite a few happy dollars and fines this week - unfortunately it is hard to run the meeting and keep track of them.  With that being said, who will step up to the plate next year to pen the COGS?
 
NEW MEMBER INDUCTIONS: None this week.  WHO WILL YOU BRING IN AS A POTENTIAL NEW MEMBER NEXT WEEK?
 
COLOR OF THE WEEK: We have revived color of the week and a lot of our members aren't reading the COGS - we took in quite a few fines.  If you are looking under this heading to find out what the color of the week is, you are looking in the wrong place :-)  It's in this issue somewhere - it may even be a color that you've never even heard of (HINT - Google can help you in this instance).
 
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
 
Monmouth County Evening Rotary Club Charity Pong Tournament (March 21) - A SUCCESS, over $600 raised. Won by non-other than Rotarian Jon Schwartz (now we know what he does on vacation)
 
Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) (March 30, April 6, April 20) https://rlinea.org/
 
Career Day (May 2)  See Addie
 
District Conference (May 4Seaview Inn, Galloway NJ https://events.rotarydistrict7505.org/event/district-7505-assembly/
 
Collier Youth Services Gala honoring Beacon Panning & Consulting Services, the Rotary Club of Red Bank and Vonage (May 9) Addison Park - Aberdeen NJ 6:30PM-10:30PM See Steve Sanfilippo for reservations
 
RYLA North (June 29th – July 2nd) Monmouth University in West Long Branch, NJ - See the Bohinski's if you have any questions.  Two students blue signed up so far (out of 6 total)
 
UPCOMING SPEAKERS: See the list in the column to the green right. If you have anyone interested in speaking, please let Barbara Mullen know.
 
REMINDER: WE NOW MEET WEEKLY, THURSDAYS 12:00PM at the NAVESINK COUNTRY CLUB.
 
SCHOLARSHIPS: Applications mailed to schools - see Jim Mullevey
 
FOUNDATION GRANT REQUESTS: Applications mailed to non-profits - See Jack Chesbro
 
GOLF & FOOD & WINE: Addie will chair food & wine, Bill D. will chair golf - DATE WILL BE TUESDAY OCTOBER 1, 2019 @ NAVESINK COUNTRY CLUB
 
SPEAKER: Paul Reddick uses baseball as a tool to help parents have stronger relationships with their sons. He is currently the Director of The Yogi Berra Museum baseball camp and the author or co-author of the best seller The Picture Perfect Pitcher, Hitting with Mike Epstein, and The New Rules of Baseball Instruction. Paul has served as a scout for the Pittsburgh Pirates and coached in the Montreal Expo farm system. His pitching course is used by more pitchers than any other pitching training program ever created. Today he spoke about none-other than Yogi Berra, a tremendous human being.  If you missed the meeting, you missed a great one!

50/50: Cassandra, one of our servers ($17.00). The pot is about $375.00

 El Commandante Doug rang the bell at  12:22 - followed by the pledge, prayer (Bill Saloukas) and 4 way test.
 
Sunshine Saloukas had two jokes for us today, they were slightly better than last weeks jokes - the punchlines were   "I went over to it and went psst, psst" and "two plus two, the sum of it is four"
 
GUESTS AND VISITORS: Nick from Sunrise visited today (Jessica had a meeting), Skip from Green Label Title Co, Bill Linderman, and Mike Warner - member of Pemberton Rotary
 
WELCOME BACK:  Yes folks, Horton is still with us - his welcome is just about warn out......
 
HAPPY DOLLARS AND FINES: Late - Jon Schwartz (Jay paid the fine, apparently Jon dropped him off under the portico so he would not get wet - Jon, just a heads up - Jay was speaking to Nick about a room for you at Sunrise) Color of the week - Robin, Horton, Doug, Joe and Mike. Happy dollars - Stuart - for Gods of Comedy show and sad for boss recuperating in hospital, Doug - will be at Yankee Stadium next Thursday (who wants  to be President for a Day?), Horton - Happy that he is here for us to see him, Robin - Marco Island was great!, Jon - Syracuse and all Jets new players, Bill  Linderman - happy to be here, Joe G. - Lombardi Dinner and Jays Tribute,  Addie - for parade group, Lombardi, and no cane!, Jay - Beer Pong Tonight! THanks you AJ and DOms Deli for food donations!
 
NEW MEMBER INDUCTIONS: None this week.  WHO WILL YOU BRING IN AS A POTENTIAL NEW MEMBER NEXT WEEK?
 
COLOR OF THE WEEK: We have revived color of the week and a lot of our members aren't reading the COGS - we took in quite a few fines.  If you are looking under this heading to find out what the color of the week is, you are looking in the wrong place :-)  It's in this issue somewhere - it may even be a color that you've never even heard of (HINT - Google can help you in this instance).
 
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
 
Monmouth County Evening Rotary Club Charity Pong Tournament (March 21https://www.facebook.com/events/352134948962536/
 
Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) (March 30, April 6, April 20) https://rlinea.org/
 
Career Day (May 2)  See Addie
 
District Conference (May 4Seaview Inn, Galloway NJ https://events.rotarydistrict7505.org/event/district-7505-assembly/
 
Collier Youth Services Gala honoring Beacon Panning & Consulting Services, the Rotary Club of Red Bank and Vonage (May 9) Addison Park - Aberdeen NJ 6:30PM-10:30PM See Steve Sanfilippo for reservations
 
RYLA North (June 29th – July 2nd) Monmouth University in West Long Branch, NJ - See the blue Bohinski's if you have any questions.  Two students blue signed up so far (out of 6 total)
 
UPCOMING SPEAKERS: See the list in the column to the right. If you have anyone interested in speaking, please let Barbara Mullen know.
 
REMINDER: WE NOW MEET WEEKLY, THURSDAYS 12:00PM at the NAVESINK COUNTRY CLUB.
 
SCHOLARSHIPS: Applications mailed to schools - see Jim Mullevey
 
FOUNDATION GRANT REQUESTS: Applications mailed to non-profits - See Jack Chesbro
 
GOLF & FOOD & WINE: Addie will chair food & wine, Bill D. will chair golf - DATE WILL BE TUESDAY OCTOBER 1, 2019 @ NAVESINK COUNTRY CLUB
 
SPEAKER: Bill Linderman introduced   Rob Elfstrom , he is the creator of the TOVA water purification system. Tova’s Water Purification Station (WS25) operates as a stationary stand-alone unit. ​It is skid-mounted for either mobile or permanent installations and will  produce up to 20,000 gallons of EPA/WHO-standard potable water per day. The unit is  powered by its integrated solar panels.  It also supports optional power sources such as wind turbine , battery, 2.5kw generator, and AC line voltage (50-60hz, 30-300v).
The WS25 is simple, tough and easy to maintain.  There are no automatic valves, high-tech/high maintenance hardware, sensitive electronics or hydraulics.  The unit is engineered for deployment and can be  operation in less than 10 minutes.  This unit simultaneous produces non-potable water for both agriculture and hygienic purposes such as drip irrigation, cattle washing/feeding, bathing, and laundry, etc.​
The WS25 is built for rough terrain overland travel, air-drop, and/or seaborne delivery.  Engineered for long-term trouble-free service and little to no maintenance. The design objective satisfies the need for mobile water treatment plant that requires no hardware such as chemical, cartridge filters or other water purification products. A post-treatment, fully mechanical metered injection pump also ensures the integrity of previously compromised storage facilities when operated as an online chlorination.​
​The WS25 is designed to pump and purify water to EPA/WHO standards at a rate of  40 gpm, dependent upon TSS/turbidity levels.  Each unit is equipped with 1 pump that will handle source water wells, bore holes, lakes, ponds, rivers, streams, agricultural ponds, and catch basins (both deep-set low GPM and high volume shallow-set). Existing water mains where water in not portable can be piped into and out of unit for purification.  Pumping depth is a maximum of 300 ft (options of different pumps can be engineered to unit, i,e. 3 gpm to 60 gpm with possible depths of 1 meter to 183 meters. The unit produces drinking water free of organic, non-organic, biological and viral contamination under any and all power options. The WS25 design eliminates impurities from large sediment through to the point of bacteriological and virus removal at the UV stage.
 

50/50: Jay Schwartz - second time in as many weeks ($17) - he did not pull the joker. The pot is about $355

The C&C Doug rang the bell at  12:21 - followed by the pledge, prayer (Chuck Watson) and 4 way test.
 
Jokemaster Saloukas had three joes for us today, he should have stopped at two - the punchlines were   "come out from under the bed you bastard, I want to hit you" and "she couldn't reach" and "put the gun down"
 
GUESTS AND VISITORS: none 
 
WELCOME BACK: Horton Hickerson - when is he going to leave?
 
HAPPY DOLLARS AND FINES: Color of the week - Joe, Horton. Happy dollars - Barbara now wearing shoes after 4.5 months. Chuck - St. Patty's day parade, Mary, Jay, Jessica, Ethan, Addie, Jillian and Tom for participating. Horton - happy to be honoring Jay Patock tonight at Lombardi.  Bill - Heading to China on a business trip, sorry Horton is still here. Doug - baseball, Jay Patock, and sad for his business group letting Bill back in.  Steve - Daughter witnessed her first natural baby delivery and Doctor allowed her to deliver the placenta.
 
NEW MEMBER INDUCTIONS: None this week.  WHO WILL YOU BRING IN AS A POTENTIAL NEW MEMBER NEXT WEEK?
 
COLOR OF THE WEEK: We have revived color of the week and a lot of our members aren't reading the COGS - we took in quite a few fines.  If you are looking under this heading to find out what the color of the week is, you are looking in the wrong place :-)  It's in this issue somewhere - it may even be a color that you've never even heard of (HINT - Google can help you in this instance).
 
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
 
Monmouth County Evening Rotary Club Charity Pong Tournament (March 21https://www.facebook.com/events/352134948962536/
 
Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) (March 30, April 6, April 20) https://rlinea.org/
 
Career Day (May 2)  See Addie
 
District Conference (May 4Seaview Inn, Galloway NJ https://events.rotarydistrict7505.org/event/district-7505-assembly/
 
Collier Youth Services Gala honoring Beacon Panning & Consulting Services, the Rotary Club of Red Bank and Vonage (May 9) Addison Park - Aberdeen NJ 6:30PM-10:30PM See Steve Sanfilippo for reservations
 
RYLA North (June 29th – July 2nd) Monmouth University in West Long Branch, NJ - See the Bohinski's if you have any questions.  Two students signed up so far (out of 6 total)
 
UPCOMING SPEAKERS: See the list in the column to the juniper right. If you have anyone interested in speaking, please let Barbara Mullen know.
 
REMINDER: WE NOW MEET WEEKLY, THURSDAYS 12:00PM at the NAVESINK COUNTRY CLUB.
 
HORTON:  Available any night for dinner - give him a call
 
SCHOLARSHIPS: Applications mailed to schools - see Jim Mullevey
 
FOUNDATION GRANT REQUESTS: Applications mailed to non-profits - See Jack Chesbro
 
GOLF & FOOD & WINE: Addie will chair food & wine, Bill D. will chair golf - DATE WILL BE TUESDAY OCTOBER 1, 2019 @ NAVESINK COUNTRY CLUB
 
SPEAKER: Unfortunately, our  speaker had to cancel - her brother is gravely ill and had to travel to Mexico City.  We had a social meeting, it was fun, and we will have more of them in the future!
 
50/50: The winner is Jay.  The pot is about $340.00
CEO Doug rang the bell at  12:20 - followed by the pledge, prayer (Chuck Watson) and 4 way test.
 
Jokemaster Saloukas spread some cheer - the punchline was   "tell me have I been here before" (I really was hopeful that his jokes would get better after he retired - nope)
 
GUESTS AND VISITORS: none 
 
WELCOME BACK: Horton Hickerson
 
HAPPY DOLLARS AND FINES: Color of the week - Jay, Jim, Larry, Doug, Bill. Happy dollars - Barbara for Biddy and daughter having a boy, Stuart - no powerball winner, Robin - Biddy and vacation to Marco Island and then Texas, Horton - Sad dollar because Steve told him we moved back to the Molly at PETS (damn - he found us), Bill D - Biddy, SJV loss (sad), Horton (also sad), Larry - Villanova and Seaton Hall wins, hoping that Villanova beast SH, Addie - Biddy, Horton and first day with no cane.
 
NEW MEMBER INDUCTIONS: None this week.  WHO WILL YOU BRING IN AS A POTENTIAL NEW MEMBER NEXT WEEK?
 
COLOR OF THE WEEK: We have revived color of the week and a lot of our members aren't reading the COGS - we took in quite a few fines.  If you are looking under this heading to find out what the color of the week is, you are looking in the wrong place :-)  It's in this issue somewhere - it may even be a color that you've never even heard of (HINT - Google can help you in this instance).
 
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
 
Rumson St Patty's Parade (Mar 10): See Addie to sign up
 
 
Monmouth County Evening Rotary Club Charity Pong Tournament (March 21https://www.facebook.com/events/352134948962536/
 
Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) (March 30, April 6, April 20) https://rlinea.org/
 
Career Day (May 2)  See Addie
 
District Conference (May 4Seaview Inn, Galloway NJ https://events.rotarydistrict7505.org/event/district-7505-assembly/
 
Collier Youth Services Gala honoring Beacon Panning & Consulting Services, the Rotary Club of Red Bank and Vonage (May 9) Addison Park - Aberdeen NJ 6:30PM-10:30PM See Steve Sanfilippo for reservations
 
RYLA North (June 29th – July 2nd) Monmouth University in West Long Branch, NJ - See the Bohinski's if you have any questions
 
We are looking to get a table together for The Lombardi Dinner - please see Steve Sanfilippo if you are interested. A special Lombardi award has been created in the name of Jay Patock - The Unsung Hero Award.  Please make every effort to attend this event and celebrate Jays generosity to Rotary and the community.
 
UPCOMING SPEAKERS: See the list in the column to the right. If you have anyone interested in speaking, please let Barbara Mullen know.
 
REMINDER: WE NOW MEET WEEKLY, THURSDAYS 12:00PM at the NAVESINK COUNTRY CLUB.
 
HORTON:  Available any yellow night for dinner - give him a call
 
SCHOLARSHIPS: Applications mailed to schools - see Jim Mullevey
 
FOUNDATION GRANT REQUESTS: Applications mailed to non-profits - See Jack Chesbro
 
GOLF & FOOD & WINE: Addie will chair food & wine, Bill D. will chair golf - date to be announced shortly
 
SALVATION ARMY: Starting up after school program, basketball clinic (ages 8-14) - can register on-line or contact Giovanni
 
 
 
SPEAKER:   Steve Bidgood spoke about helping local charities and how it could be good for your business.  He holds an annual charity event at the Salt Creek Grille, this years recipient is IMPACT 100.  Topics included reasons for holding an event at your site, how it can work for your business if it is not a restaurant, partnering with local charities and selecting a charity.  Steve has been instrumental in supporting local charities - over $1,000,000.00 donated in the last 10 years.
 
50/50: The winner is Horton. As he is no-longer an official club member (traitor) - he is not eligible to pick from the deck. The pot is about $325.00
CEO Doug rang the bell at  12:20 - followed by the pledge, prayer (Rev. Chuck Watson) and 4 way test.
 
Jokemaster and Reverend extraordinaire Chuck  spread some cheer - the punchline was   "needless to say, it was shocking!"
 
GUESTS AND VISITORS: Dorothy Ferlanti (MaryAnn Azzolina) - Pinot's Palette, Broad Street - Red Bank; Sylvia Allen - Public Relations & Sylvia's Children www.sylviaschildren.com
 
NEW MEMBER: Stuart Berger of Levin Cyphers (Red Bank). Stuart is a morning person -vs- his peers on College Time.  It allows him to be productive.  He spent a lot of time in a hospital, as a child (his father was a surgeon) - his job was to hand out newspapers. Stuart went to Ranny School (lifer), the University of PA and Seaton Hall Law.
 
HAPPY DOLLARS AND FINES: No Pin - Jay Schwartz (paid by El Presidente Doug), Larry (paid IOU from last week).  Color fines - John, Bill. Late - Mary Ann, Ethan. Happy $$ - Barbara - happy to have Stuart as a new member, Addie - for guests, Stuart, sad that Denise went home. Joe Greca - new members and for RBR Rotary turning 98 tomorrow.  Chuck - for Stuart. Bill D. - Stuart, SJV's loss (sad) but hoping they beat his alma mater RBC, PETS (will be executive trainer next year), trip to RI in Evanston (will also be assistant Rotary red membership coordinator). Jon - Stuart, headed to Key West next week. Jessica - for Stuart. Steve - The head of Alexandra's rotation threatened to fail her, so she would have to stay another rotation.
 
COLOR OF THE WEEK: We have revived color of the week and a lot of our members aren't reading the COGS - we took in quite a few fines.  If you are looking under this heading to find out what the color of the week is, you are looking in the wrong place :-)  It's in this issue somewhere - it may even be a color that you've never even heard of (HINT - Google can help you in this instance).
 
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
 
BOD Meeting: Thursday, February 28th 11AM NCC BOD Room.  Topics covered included: Fund Raising (Golf - Bill Donnelly/Food & Wine - Addie Schmidt). Foundation Grants & Scholarships. Corporate Memberships. Social Media (Ethan, Jay, Jessica - FaceBook, LinkedIn, more to follow). Long range, sustainable project in Red Bank area that will involve RBR participation and foundation funds - more to follow). Revision of new member induction procedures.
 
Rumson St Patty's Parade (Mar 10): See Addie to sign up
 
 
Monmouth County Evening Rotary Club Charity Pong Tournament (March 21https://www.facebook.com/events/352134948962536/
 
Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) (March 30, April 6, April 20) https://rlinea.org/
 
Career Day (May 2)  See Addie
 
District Conference (May 4Seaview Inn, Galloway NJ https://events.rotarydistrict7505.org/event/district-7505-assembly/
 
Collier Youth Services Gala honoring Beacon Panning & Consulting Services, the Rotary Club of Red Bank and Vonage (May 9) Addison Park - Aberdeen NJ 6:30PM-10:30PM See Steve Sanfilippo for reservations
 
RYLA North (June 29th – July 2nd) Monmouth University in West Long Branch, NJ - See the Bohinski's if you have any questions
 
We are looking to get a table together for The Lombardi Dinner - please see Steve Sanfilippo if you are interested. A special Lombardi award has been created in the name of Jay Patock - The Unsung Hero Award.  Please make every effort to attend this event and celebrate Jays generosity to Rotary and the community.
 
UPCOMING SPEAKERS: See the list in the column to the right. If you have anyone interested in speaking, please let Barbara Mullen know.
 
REMINDER: WE NOW MEET WEEKLY, THURSDAYS 12:00PM at the NAVESINK COUNTRY CLUB.  
 
SPEAKER:   Bill Atkins, former owner of Red Bank Limo.  Bill sold his business and retired early. He now shares his secrets of success to business owners and managers, helping them with the nuts-and-bolts skills they need to run a profitable business.
 
50/50: The winner is Joe Greca.  The pot is about $305.00
Formand Doug rang the bell at  12:25 - followed by the pledge, prayer (Rev. Chuck Watson) and 4 way test.
 
Jokemaster  Glen LeBouf spread some cheer - the punchline was   "I can't, I've known him since he was this big"
 
GUESTS AND VISITORS: Stuart M Berger - Levinson Cyphers
 
WELCOME BACK: Harriet Primack!
 
HAPPY DOLLARS AND FINES: Robin, Stuart - no green.  Larry, Jon, no pins.  Jim Mullevey - late. Doug happy for baseball.  Harriet $5 for not being here for 5 mos.  Chuck for Harriet and Glen. Denise - happy to be here, sad to be going home.  Addie - now driving, happy to see Harriet and Glen, sad to see Denise go.  Ethan - for weather and happy $ loan from Jessica last week. Jim - fined Jon for going to Cabo and not bringing back souvenirs.  Jay for Harriet and Glenn. Jim, Barbara and Robin for Harriet
 
NEW MEMEBR INDUCTIONS: None this week - Stuart Berger is on the plate, he will be official in a week or two.
 
COLOR OF THE WEEK: We have revived color of the week and a lot of our members aren't reading the COGS - we took in quite a few fines.  If you are looking under this heading to find out what the color of the week is, you are looking in the wrong place :-)  It's in this issue somewhere - it may even be a color that you've never even heard of (HINT - Google can help you in this instance).
 
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
 
BOD Meeting: Thursday, February 28th 11AM NCC BOD Room.  On the docket is: Fundraising, Foundation Budget, New Member Induction rules
 
Rumson St Patty's Parade (Mar 10): See Addie to sign up
 
 
Monmouth County Evening Rotary Club Charity Pong Tournament (March 21https://www.facebook.com/events/352134948962536/
 
Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) (March 30, April 6, April 20) https://rlinea.org/
 
Career Day (May 2)  See Addie
 
District Conference (May 4Seaview Inn, Galloway NJ https://events.rotarydistrict7505.org/event/district-7505-assembly/
 
Collier Youth Services Gala honoring Beacon Panning & Consulting Services, the Rotary Club of Red Bank and Vonage (May 9) Addison Park - Aberdeen NJ 6:30PM-10:30PM See Steve Sanfilippo for reservations
 
RYLA North (June 29th – July 2nd) Monmouth University in West Long Branch, NJ - See the Bohinski's if you have any questions
 
Sadly, Teddie Caufield's daughter, Daryl Ley, has passed away. Services are Visitation is:  Friday  2/22/19 4pm-7pm  Orender Family Home of Funerals, 2641 Old Bridge Rd., Manasquan. Saturday 2/23/19  11am  Service at St. Paul's The Ocean Grove Church, 80 Embury Ave., Ocean Grove. Sunday  Interment Fair View Cemetery, Highway #35, Middletown.
 
We are looking to get a table together for The Lombardi Dinner - please see Bill Donnelly if you are interested. A special Lombardi award has been created in the name of Jay Patock - The Unsung Hero Award.  Please make every effort to attend this event and celebrate Jays generosity to Rotary and the community.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The Arch Klumph Society was created in 2004, during Rotary International's centennial celebration, as a meaningful way to recognize the Foundation's highest-level donors. Membership in the Arch Klumph Society is lifelong. Each member has the opportunity to have his or her portrait placed in the Arch Klumph Society Gallery, located on the 17th floor of Rotary International World Headquarters in Evanston, Illinois, USA. Portraits are etched on glass plaques to create a stunning display of our Foundation's most valued supporters. This photo is of Nick and Alma Michals. Nick was a longtime member of the Rotary Club of Red Bank and also a Past District Governor. Their dedication to Rotary has always been an inspiration. They are missed greatly by those who knew them.
 
UPCOMING SPEAKERS: See the list in the column to the right. If you have anyone interested in speaking, please let Barbara Mullen know.
 
REMINDER: WE NOW MEET WEEKLY, THURSDAYS 12:00PM at the NAVESINK COUNTRY CLUB.  
 
SPEAKER:   Glen LeBouf, our resident Presidential historian.  Glenn spoke about Abraham Lincolns' character. He was a master of human nature and had a great temperament.  He was able to take the good from people and cauterize the bad.  Lincoln read the bible 18 times and had a photographic memory.  
 
50/50: The winner is Addie Schmidt .  The pot is brown about $272.00

El Presidente Doug rang the bell at 12:22 - followed by the pledge, prayer and 4 way test

 

Jokemaster Saloukas spread some cheer - the punchline was "that would be me, what can I do for you?"  If you missed it, you missed a good one - sorry :-)

 

GUESTS AND VISITORS: Stuart M Berger - Levinson Cyphers

 

WELCOME BACK: Mike Toscano!

 

HAPPY DOLLARS AND FINES: Mike Toscano - $50 towards the endowment, very happy that it now invested properly!  Chuck for COGS; Rob for new member inductions; Addie for COGS, Birthday/Anniversary announcements & color of the week revival; Joe for COGS, new members and excellent speakers; Jay back from Cabo and new members.  Jay fined both new members to break them in.  Collected a few bucks for not wearing the color of the week and fines for no pins.

 

NEW MEMEBR INDUCTIONS: This week Joe Greca and his new Padawan Apprentice, Jay Schwartz inducted two new members.  Jessica Johannsen from Sunrise Senior Living in Shrewsbury.  Jessica was looking for a group to give back to the community.  At a very young age, at the request of her grandmother, she started picking up roadside trash, and later joining an adopt a road program.  Jessica mentioned 'Service Above Self' and will make a most excellent club member! Ethan Wagner was pinned by Rob Sanders.  Ethan hails from Florida and moved here with his girlfriend.  He loves golf (a 3 handicap!) He gave back to the community in College with golf fundraisers. Ethan loves to help others. He works as an Investment Planner.  Ethan has already helped with our Can-A-Thon and is looking forward to our next fundraiser and service project.  He too will make a fine addition to our club!  With their induction - the average age of our group went down a few percentage points :-)

 

COLOR OF THE WEEK: We have revived color of the week and a lot of our members aren't reading the COGS - we took in quite a few fines.  If you are looking under this heading to find out what the color of the week is, you are looking in the wrong place :-)  It's in this issue somewhere - it may even be a color that you've never even heard of (HINT - Google can help you in this instance).

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS:

 

PETS (Feb 22-24) http://portal.clubrunner.ca/60102/Event/mid-atlantic-peesidents-elect-training-(pets)

 

Rumson St Patty's Parade (Mar 10): See Addie to sign up

 

Lombardi Dinner (March 14) http://portal.clubrunner.ca/60102/Event/lombardi-awards-dinner

 

Monmouth County Evening Rotary Club Charity Pong Tournament (March 21https://www.facebook.com/events/352134948962536/

 

Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) (March 30, April 6, April 20) https://rlinea.org/

 

District Conference (May 4Seaview Inn, Galloway NJ https://events.rotarydistrict7505.org/event/district-7505-assembly/

 

Collier Youth Services Gala honoring Beacon Panning & Consulting Services, the Rotary Club of Red Bank and Vonage (May 9) Addison Park - Aberdeen NJ 6:30PM-10:30PM See Steve smaragdine Sanfilippo for reservations

 

Teddie Caufield's daughter, Daryl Ley, is in hospice and not doing well.  Prayers for Teddie and her family.

 

We are looking to get a table together for The Lombardi Dinner - please see Bill Donnelly if you are interested. A special Lombardi award has been created in the name of Jay Patock - The Unsung Hero Award.  Please make every effort to attend this event and celebrate Jays generosity to Rotary and the community.

 

UPCOMING SPEAKERS: See the list in the column to the right. If you have anyone interested in speaking, please let Barbara Mullen know.

 

REMINDER: WE NOW MEET WEEKLY, THURSDAYS 12:00PM at the NAVESINK COUNTRY CLUB.  

 

SPEAKER: Sue Kiley, our newest Monmouth County Freeholder.  Sue explained what  the freeholders are responsible for: Legislating County Authorities, County road maintenance, county bridges, county libraries, county parks and park programs, addiction and mental health services,  Brookdale community college, Medicaid, Social Services, mosquito and tic control.  The yearly budget it 500 Million Dollars to be spent on services for 53 towns.  She explained that the Freeholders act as a committee, elected to staggered terms.  

 

50/50: Rob Sanders.  The pot is $252.00

President Doug rang the bell at 12:20 followed by the Pledge of Allegiance and a prayer led by none other the DG Bill Donnelly. 
 
Welcome back Addie from a successful knee replacement and a special welcome (all the way from sunny Florida) to her nursemaid/sister Denise!

SUNSHINE: Joe Greca was asked to spread some sunshine today. Unfortunately, he felt the joke he had was not appropriate for the audience.  
 
GUESTS AND VISITORS: Jessica Johansen - Sunrise Assisted Living, Stuart M Berger - Levinson Cyphers
 
HAPPY DOLLARS AND FINES: Jim, Joe, Denise, Addie, Steve and Bill all gave a few bucks for one reason or another.  There may have even been a few more - my mind is going fast :-)
 
COLOR OF THE WEEK: We started color of the week today.  Boy, a lot of our members aren't reading the COGS - we took in quite a few fines.  If you are looking under this heading to find out what the color of the week is, you are looking in the wrong place :-)  It's in this issue somewhere - it may even be a color that you've never even heard of (HINT - Google can help you in this instance).
 
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
 
Gift of Life Gala (Feb 9) REGISTRATION STILL OPEN http://portal.clubrunner.ca/60102/Event/gift-of-life-gala
 
 
 
Monmouth County Evening Rotary Club Charity Pong Tournament (March 21) https://www.facebook.com/events/352134948962536/
 
Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) (March 30, April 6, April 20) https://rlinea.org/
 
District Conference (May 4) Seaview Inn, Galloway NJ https://events.rotarydistrict7505.org/event/district-7505-assembly/
 
Collier Youth Services Gala honoring Beacon Panning & Consulting Services, the Rotary Club of Red Bank and Vonage (May 9) Addison Park - Aberdeen NJ 6:30PM-10:30PM See Steve Sanfilippo for reservations
 
We are looking to get a table together for Gift of Life and The Lombardi Dinner - please see Bill Donnelly if you are interested. A special Lombardi award has been created in the name of Jay Patock - The Unsung Hero Award.  Please make every effort to attend this event and celebrate Jays generosity to Rotary and the community.
 
UPCOMING SPEAKERS: See the list in the column to the right. If you have anyone interested in Caput Mortuum speaking, please let Barbara Mullen know.
 
REMINDER: WE NOW MEET WEEKLY, THURSDAYS 12:00PM at the NAVESINK COUNTRY CLUB.  
 
SPEAKER: Our speaker was Kara Johantgen from the Monmouth County Department of Children and Families.  She spoke about being a Foster or Adoptive Parent.  If you would like more information, please contact the New Jersey Department of Children and Families at: 1-877-NJ FOSTER or visit www.njfoster.org or 1-800-99-ADOPT or visit www.njadopt.org
 
50/50: Harry Snyder
 
 
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The first ever District 7500 Community Volunteer Awards were held last night in Burlington County. Here are the pictures of representatives from our club.

 

Recipients Enrico Ciabattoni, David Prown and President Michael DeNofa

 

And the entire District

 

          First Meeting @ NCC             D7500 Changing of the Guard
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Photos By Warren Tockerman
 
 D7500 Changing of the Guard
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Photos by Tom Zapcic
 
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