Posted by Peter Krautle on Sep 06, 2018
Summary of Ridgewood A.M. Rotary Breakfast Meeting – September 6, 2018
Summary of Ridgewood A.M. Rotary Breakfast Meeting – September 6, 2018
Prayer: Chris
This Day in History: Barb – 1620 – Mayflower left Plymouth England to sail towards America
Happy Dollars: Ken
  • Vernon – Birthday was on Monday, saw Steve Wonder in Massachusetts
  • Rob S – celebrate new calendar season
  • Rob E – A little more enthusiasm and less sarcasm around calendar season
  • Vincent – breakfast with Lisa
  • Lisa – breakfast with Vincent, celebrated 30th wedding anniversary
  • Ashok – Moving to a new condo / townhouse
  • Dave – Nice to see Steve in casual clothes, celebrated 35 years of marriage recently, family is direct descendant of Mayflower
  • Ann – Interac club
  • Mary Ann – Went to see play ‘Collective Rage’ with Betty, James Dao of NY Times presented to Rotary Club two years, and is now Op-ed editor involved in decision to release recent anonymous Op-ed piece on Donald Trump
  • Betty – Despite feeding parking meter to see ‘Collective Rage’, her internal ‘collective rage’ had to be contained after seeing parking violation ticket on her windshield after the play for improper display of parking receipt
  • Larry – got PC and projector working
  • Barb – congrats to Ridgewood, Glen Rock, and Northern Highlands High Schools for making the top 50 list of public high schools in New Jersey for 2018. The Eastbound Lane of the new Tappan Zee bridge is opening this weekend, and had great 1-week ‘stay-vacation’ in New York City
  • John – welcome guests
  • Jordan – welcome guests (unable to capture), but connected via musical performances of their children
  • Steve – ‘TLDR’ (too long didn’r read) is now in the most recent dictionary
Announcements – Michael
  • Rotary District Picnic September 30
  • Presentation by Dave Sanderson, motivational speaker and survivor of US Air crash 10 years ago on January 15
Overview of 2019 calendar sales fundraising initiative and advertising campaign – Rob E and Rob S
50-50 Winner and 4-Way Leader – Ken