Volume 87, Number 14 – October 9, 2001
UPCOMING PROGRAM (October 18, 2001)
The Tuesday, October 16th regular Club
meeting has been moved to Thursday, October 18th, in order to be a part of the all-service clubs meeting, Grand Ballroom, University Inn Conference Center and Suites.
Noon Kiwanis is host, which will have Coaches Gene Keady, Men's Basketball and Kristy Curry, Women's Basketball, as speakers. If you do not
plan to attend and if you will be having guest(s), please contact GRIFF by no later than Monday a.m., October 15th with a number - office- 494-7218 or residence - 474-5596.
MEETING FUNCTIONS: Money Collectors - TOM FREY 11:15 to 11:45 a.m., and JIM FOSTER substituting for BOB GARRISON for balance of October, 11:45 a.m.
to 12:15 p.m.; Greeter - GENE HILLS; Invocation - AL CHISCON; Music - BOB VERPLANK; and No High School Guests).
ROTARY/PMO HABITAT HOUSE: JON HUSTON reported at the Club Board of
Directors meeting last night that the HOUSE is virtually finished. Landscaping is the next large project toward completion. If you worked on the HOUSE, be sure that
your name is listed, on the sheet(s) on the Bulletin Board in order to receive "make-ups" for working. Rotarians are needed for the next two weeks to assist with
various phases of construction, especially cleanup. Sign-up sheets will be available at Rotary each Tuesday for special daily work, so please check your schedule and
volunteer to help with this "Service Above Self" project. It should be noted that JON HUSTON and Huston Electric, Inc. donated in-kind service of labor to do the
electrical rough-ins at the HOUSE and JIM ANDREW, Henry Poor Lumber Co. donated in-kind service of labor to prefabricate the HOUSE panels. These two
in-kind services should, in all probability, according to DAVE LANDGREBE, Treasurer, Lafayette Rotary Foundation, Inc. allow the Club to reach its original goal
of $44,000.00 ($40,000.00 for the HOUSE and a $4,000.00 tithe to build two houses in Haiti). Congratulations to all who made contributions and worked on construction of the HOUSE.
G. RONALD NEEDHAM and BOB GARRISON have resigned from Rotary - RON due to his inability to attend and BOB has accepted a position with a hospital in Colorado.
PROGRAM (October 2, 2001)
PRESIDENT OSCAR introduced DICK BARTHOLOMEW, October Program Coordinator, who in turn introduced Dr. Mikhail J. Atallah,
Professor of Computer Science, Purdue, who made an interesting presentation regarding the detection of computer crime. Prof. Atallah noted that:
- 76% of computer crimes are committed by insiders, 36% of whom are disgruntled employees;
- Those committing the crimes typically want: a) confidential data, such as social security, etc.; b) want to corrupt information on the computer; c) want to create a basis for future visits;
- Probability of computer break-in is 100%.
Prof. Atallah closed by making the following "long term, 10-years out, prediction: Much more computer crime. Currently there is massive underreporting of computer
crime due to embarrassment and because computer security is a growth area, and more accountability, i.e., lawsuits, is required. Following his presentation, Prof. Atallah conducted a brief Q & A session.
MAKE-UPS: CARA CARREON, Frankfort; BRUCE HARDING, Los Angeles, CA; and JOE MICON, Attica-Williamsport.
VISITING ROTARIANS: Keith Morgan, Kokomo; and Sharon Patison, Terre Haute.
VISITORS: Melissa Christlieb with Girardot, Strauch & Co., guest of DICK BARTHOLOMEW; Rob Bertram, guest of STEVE STUCKY; Donna Russell-Cook with the Oncology Institute of Greater Lafayette, guest of TED WOLFE.
MEETING FUNCTIONS: Money Collectors –TOM FREY, and Jim FOSTER substituting for BOB GARRISON; Greeting by GENE HILLS; Invocation by GUS GUSTAFSON; Singing led by BOB VERPLANK; Rotary Piano by REX KEPLER;
and Free Meals Drawing – ERIC MEISTER and JO WADE.