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ROTARY CLUB DICTIONARY PROJECT FOR 3RD GRADERS A GREAT SUCCESS!

The Dictionary Project distribution is going well.  So far, we have presented 520 dictionaries at 4 of the largest schools. Tomorrow three (3) schools are scheduled:   196 Books. Thur.  Jan 30th   Matafao Elementary, Faga’alu,         0830   86 books Thur   Jan 30th   Coleman Elementary,  Pago Pago,   0930   95 books Thur   Jan  30th  Le’atele  Elementary,  Fagasa,         1030   15 books If you can make the time please join us tomorrow at all or one of the above schools.

 
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ROTARY MINUTES FOR FRI., JAN. 24, 2014

Present: President Dennis, Welborn, IPP Jackie Young, Treasurer Jim Mahoney, Betty Gavanagh, Joe Yandall, Roy Hall, Billy Young, Will Sword, Bill Maxey, Joe Weileman, Mike Benson, Jim Bacon, Margie Tafiti, Peter Crispin, Steve Watson, Lenita Pritchard, John Rayner Guests: Alice Rayner Went over Dictionary Distribution and Golf Tournament. Everyone was asked to participate in the Dictionary projects. Raffle Books were passed out. If you didn’t receive your 9 books please see Leni or call 733-5536. Reminders: Pass out your solicitaion letters and sell your raffle books please. If you have trouble getting rid of raffle books after a hard effort to do so please return them back to me or pass on to another willing Rotarian. Also, Roy sent out Golf Tournament tasks…please work on your tasks and report status back to Roy or Will. Thank you all for all your hard work. Keep it up and once again we will be guranteed another successful tournament. Dennis and the swimming pool committee were to hold a meeting at Joe Weilenmans house after Rotary meeting. Prayer: Betty Gavanagh Joke: Jackie or Bill Maxey or Joe W. DYK: Jim Bacon Bye for now! Lenita

 
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