For Rotarians suffering from a severe case of “Zoom Fever,” next week you can do something about it. You will be able to attend the meeting in person at the Plaza. For those who are not ready to make that leap, the meeting will still be carried on Zoom.
Program speaker Jay Knight gave an overview of the Ranges At Oakfield. This state-of-the-art facility offers a safe and secure place for gun enthusiast throughout South Georgia to enjoy. Oakfield is one of only five shooting ranges in the U. S. using the state-of-the-art computerized Kongsberg Target Systems. Whether you are five or seventy-five years old, there is a place for you at Oakfield. If you use a shotgun, handgun or rifle, Oakfield can accommodate you. The archery enthusiast has not been forgotten. There are plans for an archery range in the near future. Thomasville, Thomas County and the surrounding area are fortunate to have such an outstanding facility.
In his classification talk, Will Brown gave us a bird’s eye view of his life. Thanks, Will for allowing us to know you better. Cameron Jahnke reminded us that tickets for the shotgun raffle should be available in the coming week. President John Brown updated the club on the health of Ed Titus and John Glenn. Both are doing well.
Each week we recite the Four Way Test. These cannot be just words spoken as a formality. Rotary Opens Opportunities every day for us to make the Four Way Test come alive. Are we making it come alive in our lives?