Posted by Steve Sanfilippo on Feb 21, 2019
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).
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 21
Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) (March 30, April 6, April 20)
Career Day (May 2)  See Addie
District Conference (May 4Seaview Inn, Galloway NJ
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.
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