Volume 84, Number 16 – October 19, 1999
Theodore A. Nukes, M.D., Lafayette Neurology Associates,
will speak on “Definition of Stroke Symptoms; Importance Of Early Detection; Risk Factors; and Prevention.” Dr. Nukes will be introduced by LAWRENCE TEDER, Program Coordinator for the month of October.
MEETING FUNCTIONS: Money Collectors - KATHY DAVIS, 11:00 to 11:40 a.m., and JIM HOBBS, 11:40 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.; Greeter - WAEL HARB; Invocation - BUTCH HANCOCK; Music - DAVID LUHMAN; and Indiana Business College and Ivy Tech State College guests - ELAINE CUE, Chair, Vocational Projects Committee.
CLUB CONCERNS and FAMILY NEWS: Prior to the invocation today, President GENE COURTANEY (President GENE) noted that BILL HAYT had died at 10:50 a.m., Wednesday, October 13, 1999, in Regency Place Healthcare, and extended the Club’s deepest sympathy to BILL’s family. LE ROY SILVA will be offering an eulogy to BILL at the Tuesday, October 26th Club meeting. BILL had been a Rotarian since April 24, 1962. And, noted that JOHN BARRETT was back at Rotary today, on crutches but getting around very well, following hip replacement on Tuesday, September 28th. President GENE requested members to remember the HAYT family and LINDA EWING, spouse of KEN, in their thoughts and prayers.
E-MAIL from JOHN BARRETT...You can take me off the prayer list at Rotary and add ELIZABETH, she is well, only tired of being Florence Nightingale. I am walking on crutches, the pain is gone, the staples are out, and I expect to be at Rotary next Tuesday. The “plant” was great, that’s two. The geranium that was sent to LIZ is the size of a small tree. It is planted in my Grandmother’s old steel washpot out on the porch. It is nice to have friends. Thanks! JOHN.
BILL HATFIELD and BILL LOVELL were presented their third Paul Harris Fellow (PHF) Award (lapel pin with two sapphires) by Carlo Ravizza, President, Rotary International, at the recent Foundation Seminar, September 24 - 25, Holiday Inn at the Airport, Indianapolis.
CLUB OFFICE/STORAGE SPACE: Office equipment and archival items were moved from Wells Center last Thursday, October 14th to Cinergy PSI. The new address is 601 North 3rd Street, Lafayette 47901 - telephone 423-9813. This is really first class space and the Club owes a great deal of gratitude and thanks to DALE MC HENRY; OSCAR HOPKINS; and especially to MARVIN BLADE; for making this happen.
SMALL GROUP DINNER for November will be a typical Brazilian Dinner, hosted by MARTHELLEN and BOB HOGUE, Thursday, November 4th. The evening will start at the HOGUES in Mulberry (GRIFF has a map) at 6:00 p.m., and the main meal will be served at the Mustard Seed Cafe; cost is $10.00 per person and reservation/money due to JANE TURNER by Friday, October 29th.
WELCOME NEW MEMBERS:
JENNIFER SHANAHAN (JENNIFER) with classification,
SOCIAL SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS & INSTITUTIONS--Healthcare-Administration, was introduced by her sponsor, KEN EWING. JENNIFER and her spouse, JOHN, reside at 1117 Kossuth Street, Lafayette 47905-1424 - telephone 420-7813. JOHN is Manager of Power Plant Services, Central America and South America, Caterpillar Inc., 3701 State Road 26 East, Lafayette, and JENNIFER is Administrator, Friendship House, 1010 Cumberland Avenue, West Lafayette 47906 - telephone 463-2285. JENNIFER’s Rotary committees are: International Foundation (JIM TURLEY, Chair); and Youth (JEFF DARLING, Chair).
KRISTINE HARDEBECK (KRIS) with classification, Additional Active to
JENNIFER SHANAHAN, SOCIAL SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS & INSTITUTIONS--Healthcare-Administration, was introduced by her sponsor, KEN EWING. KRIS and her spouse, TED, are expecting their first child near April 30, 2000, and reside at 1823 North 27th Street, Lafayette 47904-1744 - telephone 446-9213. TED is owner of Hardebeck Homes, P. O. Box 1981, West Lafayette 47996 - telephone 491-7460, and KRIS is Administrator, Friendship House North, 1008 Cumberland Avenue, West Lafayette 47906 - telephone 463-6399. KRIS’s Rotary committees are: Salvation Army (ANN PIECHOTA, Chair); Student Guests (BARB DOSTER, Chair); and Public Relations (ELSA JANLE, Chair).
REMEMBER THE LONG CENTER RESTORATION AND RENOVATION PROJECT(Project): It is hoped that Club members and their families will match the Foundation’s gift of $25,000.00, pledge over five years. Contributions will count toward Lafayette Foundation recognition levels of giving, i.e., Golden Service; Golden Plus; Diamond; and Double Diamond; checks should be made payable to the Lafayette Foundation with designation to the Long Center and mailed to DAVID LANDGREBE.
SEPTEMBER 100% CLUB: (Continued from last week) Number indicates months of continuous attendance, no number indicates one month. LANDGREBE (111); LANE (454); LIEDL; LOVELL; LUHMAN (64); MAYES (9); MC CARTHY (16); MC HENRY (49); MC KEE (243); MILLER, BILL R. (328); MITCHELL (118); MORRIS (5); MOTT (47); NELSON (59); OSMUN; PAPE (229); PARKHURST (7); PLUMLEE (3); RAHDERT (87); RUTLEDGE; SCHMIDT (251); SICER (292); SILVA (231); SMITH, KEITH (30); SMITH, SUSAN (87); SPURLOCK; ST. JOHN (120); STUCKEY; SUDDARTH (26); TAYLOR, HAROLD (417); TEDER, DAN (90); TEDER, LAWRENCE; TURLEY (147); TURNER, JANE (108); VERPLANK (413); WADE (69); WALKER (173); WEST (75); WILEY (229); YOUNG; and ZIEMER. Congratulations to BOB GARRISON who had two years; to BOB GRIFFITHS who had four years; to JANE TURNER who had nine years; and to VIRGIL ST. JOHN who had 10 years of 100% attendance at the end of September. Contact GRIFF for lapel pins.
MAKE UPS: BRUCE HARDING, Clarksville (two times) and New Albany.
VISITING ROTARIANS: Ed Elliott, Naples, FL; Dean Jones, Crown Point; and Phil Gordon and Leo Seltenright, Goshen.
VISITORS: Andrea Smith, daughter of SUSAN (Andrea is a student at Ball State University and thanked the Club for the $500.00 scholarship that she received); Dick Rusk (Logansport), guest of Visiting Rotarian Phil Gordon; Stella Batagiannis (Greater Lafayette), guest of ANNE KOIVO (Stella is Superintendent, West Lafayette Community School Corporation); Vince Larravee (Purdue University), guest of KENT MILLS (Vince is a student in Management); and Major Robert Meyer (Greater Lafayette), guest of TOM SCHMIDT (Major Meyer, Commanding Officer, Salvation Army).
WEST LAFAYETTE HIGH SCHOOL GUESTS: Andrea Shin and Eric Babbs, guests of the Club and hosted/introduced by ANNE KOIVO. ANNE presented certificates of recognition and President GENE presented a “Rotary Travel Mug” (4-Way Test on it) to Andrea and Eric.
SPECIAL GUEST: Yuko Fukuchi, Ambassadorial Scholar from Nagoya, JAPAN, hosted/introduced by Host Counselor, STEVE MOTT.
LAWRENCE TEDER introduced Prof. Jerry Lynch
who made a most interesting presentation regarding the Euro. Prof. Lynch noted that the Euro is the new currency of Europe, based on the Deutsche mark of Germany, and subscribed to by 11 European countries; Euro to become effective in the year 2002; and Euro may eventually have impact on U.S. by causing large trade deficits.
COLLECTORS: DALE MC HENRY, substituting for KATHY DAVIS and JIM HOBBS; Greeting by GERARD BENNER; Invocation by JAN GRIFFIN KOEHLER; Singing led by DAVE LUHMAN; and Free Meals Drawing - JOHN BARRETT and BARB HANSEN.
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