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RCoTN News
Lunch at Publix Aprons Cooking School with Chef Levi Newsome
 
 
Reminder – We will not be meeting at the Holiday Inn this week.  Instead, we will be meeting at the Publix Aprons Cooking School in the Publix located at 3521 Thomasville Road.
 
 
 
Call for Volunteers - Save the Date - 2016 Daddy Daughter Dance - Saturday, February 6, 2016
 
 
WFSU Year-End Radio Pledge Drive
 
 
 
The Rotary Club of Tallahassee Northside welcomes new member - Elaine Geissinger
 
 

Good Afternoon Tallahassee Northside Rotarians

Last week, Tom and Marsha Friedman filled in as guest speakers at the last minute when Head Coach Sue Semrau had to cancel.  They gave a wonderful presentation about their recent trip to Iceland, including beautiful photographs of the country’s many waterfalls, interesting lava rock formations, glaciers, rainbows, wildlife, and the spectacular Northern Lights.
 
 
FSU Women's Basketball Head Coach Sue Semrau, who was scheduled to speak to us on Thursday, October 29th, has had to cancel.  She will appear at a later date and we will post more information on the newly scheduled date when we have more information.
 
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Good Morning Tallahassee Northside Rotarians

Last week, Meg Baldwin, Executive Director of Refuge House, addressed the Club about the impact on the victims of human trafficking.  We had a very light attendance, but everyone found Meg’s presentation most informative on this very serious matter in our community.
 
 
 
 
 RCoTN new member, Evelyn Gilmer, has taught first grade for many years and continues to inspire young authors through her writing lessons.
 
 
Our goal is to raise community awareness about the Kearney Center and what it is that we are working to accomplish at our facility.  We would also like to present the different ways that members of the community can become more involved with Kearney Center. 
 
 
 
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Effective July 1, 2015, a new dues structure is in effect.
 
 
In 2008 Marine Colonel Eric Hastings joined forces with a local retired physician, and Naval officer named Volney Steele. Their organization was born along the lines of the well-established Project Healing Waters, which was started in 2005 at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and now has about 80 chapters throughout the country. Col. Hastings and Dr. Steele began discussing ways to help rehabilitate our wounded servicemen and quickly came to something they both love: fishing.
 
 
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RCoTN Hands Helping Anglers 2015 Event Photos
 
 

We had a wonderful 2nd Annual RCoTN, NICHE, and Rotaract Cookout in Killearn.
 
 

Dale talked to us about the Historic i90 project and the history behind the name Two Egg, Florida.

 
 
Daddy Daughter Dance organizers Leila Shuffler, Sondra Brown and Joyce Dove displaying a check to the Rotary Youth Camp from 2015 DDD proceeds.
 
 
Rotary Club of Tallahassee Northside supports the 2015 Our Community Salutes effort. 
 
 
 
 

Club Executives & Directors

President
President Elect
Treasurer
Secretary
Foundation Chair
Immediate Past President
Membership Retention
Programs Chair
Member at Large
Director of Vocational Service
Director of Community Service
Bulletin Editor/ Director of Club Service
Sgt. At Arms/Exec. Secretary
 

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