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Meetings Second and Fourth Saturdays at 8am Alaska Time
Contact President or Secretary for more information.
PO Box 8604
Ketchikan, AK  99901
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Happy Thursday to you all in the eClub world!

 

Is anyone else familiar with the experience of many things to do, and a shrinking window to do them?  Best thing about the eClub: they’re all things I want to be doing or planning.  Taking on roles and projects with the club is a double-edged sword for me.  While occasionally I start to feel half-witted (or less), it keeps me informed and involved, and it makes me grow.  There are always things to be done, roles to be filled, and big ideas to move along.  Not sure what’s a good fit for you?  We have the space to figure it out.  It can feel like living in a vacuum without in-person meetings, but a little check-in between members goes a long way.

 

-Yours in Half-Witted Secretarial Service,

Brian

 

My happy $5 - flexible club meetings and members.  After traveling to and from Arizona and Juneau on back-to-back trips, I was so happy to be at home-quiet-home.  Being able to stay in my pajamas for early morning (board and regular) meetings with some really great club members? It’s worth so much more than $5.

 

Who else is happy? Tell us about it!

https://www.sagepayments.net/eftcart/forms/donate.asp?M_id=512675964374

 

A reminder about our meeting this Saturday (8:00am AK time):  

eClub meeting: 2-25-17, 8:00am AK time

 

Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone.

https://www.gotomeet.me/Rotary5010E-Club

 

You can also dial in using your phone.

United States +1 (312) 757-3129

Canada +1 (647) 497-9391

 

Access Code: 952-756-549

Happy Thursday to you all in the eClub world!

 

Or rather, as I'm writing on Monday the 6th and scheduling this to send in three days, I have high hopes and expectations of a good and satisfying Thursday.  What an amazing meeting we have coming up on Saturday!  It's going to make that Sunday football-thing seem like small potatoes. 

 

Join us for classification talks from TWO new members, Dan Nelson and Nancy DeWitt!

AND, Pres. Elect Sharon proposing a BIG idea for an international project, One Well At A Time. 

How could you miss all this??

 

 

 

In other exciting news, our board of Elected Officers and Chairs continues to grow in a healthy way!  The current committee chairs are updated on the website, but specifically welcoming and recognizing:

Wanda Cooksey, who will be taking the reins of Rotary Foundation Chair from Sharon (thank you, Sharon!)

Gayle Knepper, who will be the Club Administration Chair (a post that has been unfilled)

Tom Nicolos has volunteered to understudy and shadow our current Treasurer George Frushour.  Tom, we are fortunate to have your steady hand on future finances.

Nancy Dodge will be our Pres. Elect starting in July

George Frushour will continue on as Treasurer

Brian Shimek will be Secretary, without the Interim bit attached

 

Finally, so many reasons to be happy and "happy" this week! 

Link to the Depository of Happiness and Happy Bucks

Donating/speaking only for myself of course, I'm so excited about two vibrant new members (and really, Wanda and Gayle are relatively recent as well!); excited for a great international project idea from Sharon; excited that Pres. Julie is going to talk me though how to do a wine social; and most acutely now, grateful that the coffee grinder worked this morning.

 

As far as "happy" - I&Wife will be in Arizona with family this week/weekend and not feasibly able to call in to the meeting.  I don't think of it as a "fine" donation - more like buying an appetizer for the table to share in my absence.

 

 

-Yours in Interim Secretarial Service,

Brian

This Saturday (February 25th), we’ll be talking about fundraising.  It’s a time to share what we’ve done/seen successfully with clubs, and brainstorm about what we can try. 

Let’s acknowledge the common obstacle we have right now: “How do we do a big fundraiser when we’re spread out to the winds? Rome wasn’t built with one hammer!”

 

Right - this is the question to answer.   Being spread out is simply the context we have to work in.

 

However, as a food for thought -

10 people (together) can raise $2,000 at one event; that’s probably too big for one person on their own.  Can 10 individuals -  on their own, with maybe with a little local help - do a $200 event?

 

March the 11th, we get to hear more about RYLA!  Exciting times!!

RYLA is the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards - a youth leadership training weekend camp.  It’s one of the projects that the eClub has supported for the past few years.  Student selection is still happening, but we anticipate sending a student from the Soldotna and Ketchikan areas in partnership with those local clubs.  

 

So what will happen at the meeting??

We have a past-participant guest penciled in.

Several of our members may contribute about their experiences, having chaperoned or organized the event.

And if we’re really lucky - we will have at least one of the students recently selected for this year’s event join us.  
Our next meeting dates:
Feb. 11 and 25th, 8:00am Alaska time!
 
Welcome to District 5010 e-Club of Alaska and Yukon!  We are a dynamic group of Rotarians dedicated to being a positive impact and we hope you are too.  If you are a Rotarian who finds yourself needing a little more flexibility for making meetings or a Rotarian needing a makeup, this is the place for you.  Here are a few ways you can become involved with the e-Club of District 5010:
  • Become a member, contact one of our board members and review club documents on clubrunner
  • Do a makeup meeting, look under the meetings menu for the current weeks meeting and send an email to the club secretary with comments to receive a makeup for your club.
  • Request to be added to the club bulletin for updates on club activities and meetings
  • Friend us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/rotaryeclub5010/ 
  • Visit a member.  Are you traveling?  Our members are located throughout the world.  We are Alaska based but world minded and would enjoy meeting you and exchanging banners and especially enjoy you joining one of our live meetings.
E-Club of Rotary District 5010 Live Meetings. Join Us!
 
Our live meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month, 8:00 am Alaska time via Go to Meeting.  Here's how to join us from your computer, tablet or smartphone:

https://www.gotomeet.me/Rotary5010E-Club
You can also dial in using your phone.
United States +1 (312) 757-3129
Canada +1 (647) 497-9391
 
Access Code: 952-756-549
 
We look forward to "seeing" you at an upcoming meeting!
 
 
Here's the latest total for the clean-up:
 
Non-duplicated locations:   20
States:   4
Countries:   1
Rotarian hours:   116
Non-Rotarian hours:   24.5
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If you are looking for meeting information to access our live on-line meetings you can find them in the the events calendar located on clubrunner.  These events also are located in the bulletin.  If you are a guest and would like to receive the bulletin contact the club secretary.  This information is also being posted on facebook at www.facebook.com/rotaryeclub5010 so be sure to LIKE us.
 
We look forward to seeing you at a future meeting!
 
 
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