December 13, 2021
President Shanda Vaughn rang the bell and called the meeting to order.
Linda Johnson gave the pledge and invocation.
Richard Rodgers gave the Sunshine Report today.
Club members introduced their guests in attendance today.
- Please continue to sign in each week so that we have a record of attendance.
- Everyone is encouraged to update their pictures and contact info on the DacDb website. This is the best way to access information on our club so please keep it updated.
- Signature Fundraiser tickets are for sale. Members are encouraged to buy or sell 3 tickets for the raffle. The raffle will be held on Thursday, February 10, 2022.
Susan Everett discussed the “Red Cross” needs for the recent tornado victims.
Kayla Cooper gave an update on the Literacy Committee.
You should be getting an email from Ashley Duren for you to pick your games. If you do not receive the email please contact Rick, Ashley or President Shanda. Great prizes will be given out each week and there will be prizes for the top 3 at the end of the season. Remember, we are using the point spread to determine the winner of each game.
President Shanda highlighted Rotary member Erin Armstrong.
CART: President Shanda asked everyone to please continue to contribute to the blue buckets on the table or online at mycartfund.org using the same login credentials you use with DACDB.
Paul Harris Fellows
Brenda Durant received her Paul Harris pin.
SAVE THE DATES
- Rotary Family Christmas-Monday, December 20, 2021(12:15-1:15)
- Signature Fundraiser-Monday, February 14, 2022 TBD
- Annual Golf Tournament-Tuesday, May 3, 2022 TBD
New Member Orientation
- Tuesday, January 18, 2021 (4:30-5:30)
- Tuesday, April 19, 2021 (4:30-5:30)
Kayla Cooper introduced our guest speaker Candice Hillman, the executive director for the Augusta Partnership for Children.
(APC) is non-profit organization whose mission is to develop and sustain partnerships that provide services to improve the lives of children and their families. APC is committed to reducing risky behaviors among children and youth, while ensuring that they are ready for school, and positioned to succeed. APC is also committed to increasing the number of stable, self-sufficient families in the Augusta-Richmond County Community. Leveraging an extensive network of partners from multiple sectors, APC uses a Collective Impact framework to align community systems in support of our mission.
Candice discussed the following programs: Continued Change Initiative (CCI), Family Self-Sufficiency Initiative, Georgia Home Visiting Program, and the Opening Doors Out of School Youth Program. The APC had a current fundraising goal of $137,000 for their 37th birthday.
President Shanda led us in reciting the four-way test and then adjourned the meeting.
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Member Proposal Form
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