Volume 87 Issue 18 November 1, 2018
"Service Above Self"
We meet Thursdays at 11:55AM
The Sycamore Grill
92 Main Street
Delaware Water Gap, PA 18327
United States
Annual High School Leadership Luncheon
Time is winding down to sponsor and register for this great event that recognizes student leaders in our community.  Here are the ways that YOU can help:
  • Sponsor the event (Deadline approaching)
  • Sponsor a student (See Margie Becker)
  • Register to attend (Online w/ credit card or Checks w/ Margie)
  • Volunteer at the event (Click link below for opportunities or see Jessica Peetz) 
Either way, click here for more info on the event and see Jim Becker with any questions!
What Happened Last Week?
Our very own Cheerleader Jessica Peetz was called to find the Queen!  Did she succeed?  Did she walk away with the cash?? Nope!  Better luck next time.  $138 rolls over!
  • November is Polio Awareness Month.  We are in the last 2 days for you to buy the $25 Raffle Tickets for the End Polio Now Campaign.  You could win a 2 night stay at the Cottage at Santosha on the Ridge, or a small gathering/meeting in the space.  Bring your check books to Rotary this week.  The drawing is 11/1/2018.
  • We had 9 Rotarians attend RLI this past weekend.  Can't wait to hear about what they learned and to share their enthusiasm with the club!
  • Are you going to get flocked this year???  Why not get Flamingo Flocking Insurance.  See Karen.  It's only $20 and you are covered for the whole year!
  • Saturday November 17th District Foundation Event.  Go to for more information and to register.
  • Thank you Sycamore Grille for your $100 gift that will go towards The Worlds Greatest Meal to Help End Polio!
Program: Chaya Srivatsa, Visiting Rotarian from India
She spoke 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.
Sign In:                 Tricia Wingerter & Jim Hall
Greeters:               Barbara Herting & Phyllis Gibson
50/50:                   Cleo Jarvis 
Invocation:            John Hoback
MonRotary Notes:   John Jeffries
Russell Hampton
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