Volume 88 Issue 27 January 10, 2019
"Service Above Self"
We meet Thursdays at 11:55AM
The Sycamore Grill
92 Main Street
Delaware Water Gap, PA 18327
United States
What Happened Last Week?
  • 50/50 - Leslie Underhill had the lucky number but no luck in finding the queen. $30 rolls over. 
  • Michael Albert was the big bidder on the Rotary Fine Immunity Medallion. 
  • Karen DeMatteo is off to California for District Governor training.
  • Rotary Auction is March 14th.  Help is needed within all committees.     
Program: Vocation Presentation by John Jeffries, Kin Roberts and Jennifer Narkavich
John Jeffries works for NEPA Federal Credit Union.  He has been with a credit union for 27 years.  Credit Unions are not for profit, meaning more money goes back to the communities, to the members and education.  Members are owners.  If you live, worship or work in the area you are eligible to me a member of NEPA. 
Kin Roberts own U-One Embroidery and Quick Stitch.  She can handle big and small orders, custom, school sports or whatever else you dream up.  You can even have your own clothes embroidered with your favorite logos. 
Jennifer Narkavich owns My Girl Managed Services.  Through various marketing channels, especially digital, Jennifer helps her clients expand their reach therefore helping owners grow their businesses.  She has 17 years experience in the industry, recently leaving a corporate job to go out on her own.
Greeters: Rodney Arbona & Ted Butz
Invocation: Lynda Keefer
50/50: Tricia Wingerter
Notes: Denise Cebular
Sign In: Frank Herting & Rob Howell
Russell Hampton
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