HIGH SCHOOL LEADERSHIP LUNCHEON
ANNUAL HIGH SCHOOL LEADERSHIP LUNCHEON!
The Leadership Luncheon has been postponed due to the 
Weather Event scheduled for tomorrow.  
The New Event will be held on Thursday Nov. 29th. 
       
 
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Last week our Leadership Luncheon was SNOWED OUT and RESCHEDULED to  November    29th.  A few brave souls met at The Willowtree Inn Restaurant to keep with the tradition.  We    will see you on the 29th at Shawnee Inn.

This week in lieu of our regular meeting we will spending Thanksgiving will friends and family.      Enjoy!! 


 

Latino Leadership - Diversity & Inclusion, Dr Damary Bonita-Rodriguez 

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Increase market shares & reach diverse populations - Understanding Diversity 

Congratulations to our Rotarians that attended Rotary Leadership Institute this past Saturday in Scranton. 1st VP Cleo Jarvis graduated from Part 3, while John Beljean and Stacy Rodriguez completed Part 2 and new members Kin Roberts, Rodney Arbona, Karen Bastidas and Cheryl Chloke all attended Part 1. 2 weeks prior Dave and Ann Super also attended Part 1 at a different location. DGE Karen was a facilitator and cheerleader. Furthering your education on Rotary, making new friends from around the District and networking was the outcome of the day.

For more information on attending RLI visit https://rlinea.org/.

  “September 15, 1953....65 years ago today, at an age of only 10 months old, I was rushed to the hospital and diagnosed with paralytic polio.... paralysed from my neck down and my parents were         told the virus was entering my brain stem. Doctor told my parents I had 3 days to live....they got that part wrong.”

  John Nanni has been a friend of our club for over 4+ years and has educated us on the current status of the End Polio Campaign.  We Thank John for coming and visiting our club once again to   share his story.

 

Chaya is visiting us from India and she had spoken about what she had learned when she visited the United States in 1996.  She joined a child abuse prevention program where they went to 32 schools teaching young girls to Be    Safe and Be Strong.  Chaya spoke about the #MeToo movement going on today and shared with us her story from when she was younger.  She took what she learned her in the states back  home to India.

ESU Rotaract officers first planning meeting.  In October, they will be celebrating 5 years!

Interactors and Rotarians gathered to donate $1,000 to the Stroudsburg Wesleyan Church Helping Hands Food Pantry for their Ice Machine.  Both clubs contributed through their fundraising efforts last Roary year.  Pictured are Rotarian Denise Cebular, Interactor Maddy Drozal, DGE Karen DeMatteo, Interactors Joanna Chen and Kelsey Sanchez and Rotarians Lynda Keefer and Mike Katz.

Stroudsburgs Rotary does it again!  We were able to donate $4,000 to United Way of Monroe County's HUnger Coalition!  Pictured are Stroudsburgs Rotary Foundation Chairman Jim Becker, The Hunger Coalition's Jennifer Strauch, and Immediate Past President Rob Howell!  Thank you to our community for  your support in our fundraising efforts!

Our last two recipients of the Service Above Self Scholarship were each awarded $500!  Raelynn Lares and Erica Morales both of East Stroudsburg High School are pictured with DGE Karen DeMatteo and President Lucille Piggott-Prawl.

RYLA Chair Amy Leiser and DGE Karen DeMatteo brough us Gwenn Strasser from Notre Dame High School and Nandee Coreia from Stroudsburg High School to share what they had learned and done at RYLA 2018!

WOW!  Look at that trout caught at our Project Healing Waters event on Rotarian Ray Starner's streamside property yesterday!  Veteran and fly fisherman Ed Transue hooked this beauty and then released in back into the creek.  Thanks to all who came out and made the day awesome!

The Rotary Club of the Stroudsburgs board for 2018-2019 was inducted by Past Ditrict Governor Carol Hemphill.  Congratulations and have a great Rotary year!  Pictured are Rotarians Richard Berkowitz, President Elect Jeffrey Gilbert, Immediate Past President Robert Howell, Rotarians Don Hannig, Michelle Baehr, Marlo Merhige, Dave Yarosh, PDG Carol Hemphill, Rotarian Cleo jarvis, President Lucille Piggot-Prawl, DGE and Past President Karen DeMatteo and Rotarian Leslie Underhill.
 

President Lucille Piggot-Prawl conducts business with President Elect Jeffrey Gilbert at her first board meeting of the year!

Congratulations to our Rotarian of the year Cleo Jarvis!  What a great year you had co-chairing the Not Just Another Auction, chairing the Spaghetti Dinner and other countless volunteer service projects that you have been a part of.  You have emulated the 2017-2018 theme of Making A Difference.  Thank you for your service!

 
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