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WEEKLY NEWSLETTER

November 22, 2018


Club Calendar

November is Rotary Foundation Month

11/29 Regular Meeting-Marvin Dawson of the Kappa League Mentoring Initiative
12/6 Regular Meeting-GRSP - Debbie Goodman
12/13 Regular Meeting-District Governor Court Dowis
12/20 Regular Meeting

Our Rotary Family
BIRTHDAYS

11/1 Richard Vann
11/3 Homer Pankey
11/5 Bob Ackerman
11/7 Gary Tucker
11/7 Lauren Vann
11/7 David Hufstetler
11/10 Mark Lowe
11/22 Bruce Muller
11/24 Ron Salter
11/30 Rebecca Strickland

WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES

11/7 Dawn Hunnewell (26)
11/8 Claire Bowen (10)
11/12 Lauren Vann (2)
11/12 Pat Choice (35)
11/22 Christy Cooke (6)
11/26 Nathaniel Abrams (7)
11/26 George Keeling (18)
11/27 Jim Carter (25)
11/27 Ray Thompson (26)
11/29 Jeff Zoller (43)

SERVICE ANNIVERSARIES

11/1 Homer Pankey (33)
11/1 Al Park (23)
11/1 Ed Titus (23)
11/4 Carol Jones (14)
11/6 Ron Salter (10)
11/8 Renee Oliveto (11)
11/10 Morgan Bailey (2)
11/18 Dale Hodges (19)
11/29 Tom Harrison (17)
11/30 Will Watt (1)

Rotary Online

https://thomasvillerotary.org
https://rotary6900.org/
https://rotary.org/

ROTARY CLUB OF
Thomasville


Thursdays, 12:15 pm
The Plaza Restaurant
217 South Broad Street
Thomasville, GA 31792 May 1, 1921
Active Membership: 140 FacebookInstagram

ROTARY CLUB OF Thomasville
PO Box 1277
Thomasville, GA 31799

President Andre' Marria
President-Elect Kim Walden
Immediate Past President Teri White
Vice President Tom Callaway
Treasurer Teri White
Treasurer Rick Piper
Secretary Angela Williamson
Foundation Chair Kim Walden
Membership Chair Ben Wilds
Foundation Chair Scott Rich
Program Director Al Nicholson
Sergeant-at-Arms Janet Liles
Public Image Chair Marta Turner
Sergeant-at-Arms Krista Peace

No Meeting Thursday- November 22nd!
Celebrate Thanksgiving with Family & Friends

Next Week's Program
Marvin Dawson of the Kappa League Mentoring Initiative

PERSONAL-Married to Leta Ward-Dawson for 23 years EDUCATION-Thomas University, Thomasville, GA: Master of Business Administration, 2002; University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC Bachelor of Arts, Sociology, 1991; Craven Community College, New Bern, NC General Education, 1987 EMPLOYMENT-Flowers Foods, Inc.: Contracts Manager/Distributor Advocate/Distributor Ombudsman AWARDS • 2015 Flowers Foods Spirit Award Recipient • 2016 Southeastern Province Guide Right/Kappa League Director of the Year (Small Chapter) • 2017 Volunteer of the Year for Hands on Thomas County • 2017 Southeastern Province Guide Right/Kappa League Director of the Year (Small Chapter) • 2017 National Director of the Year for the Guide Right/Kappa League Program for Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. PROFESSIONAL AND VOLUNTEER ASSOCIATIONS • Serves as Vice-Polemarch and Guide Right/Kappa League Chairman of the Thomasville Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. • Serves as President of the THS Tip-Off Club (Thomasville High School Boys Basketball Booster Club) • Serves as Vice-Chairman of the Board of Director for Marguerite Neil Williams Boys and Girls Club • Serves on the Thomasville/Thomas County YMCA Board of Directors • Serves on the Board of Directors for United Way of Thomasville • Serves as Chairman of Thomas University Alumni Board of Governors • Serves on the Board of Trustees for Thomas University • Serves as a member of the Board of Directors for Family Enrichment Group (CASA) • Trustee/Member of Greater Love Baptist Church, Thomasville, Georgia

November 10th
Teen Summit at the Boys & Girls Club

220 in Attendance. Bryan and Carlton taught Goal Setting and I taught Sexual Harassment and Flirting. Sponsored by Rotary

Honoring our local Heroes - Thomas County Sheriff's Department

Kim Walden
Why I'm a Rotarian

was invited to attend a Rotary meeting. It was a great meeting and the program was very interesting. During the meeting, I was introduced to many of our community leaders and enjoyed a nice lunch as well. So many good pieces from that meeting made me want to join Rotary, but the deciding factor for me was the Four Way Test. I walked away with those words in my head and I felt inspired by them. When I was asked to join I immediately said YES! As Rotarians, we have the opportunity to do more, be more and help more. We leave a legacy of good in what we do. We make a difference in the world through our gifts to the Rotary Foundation and in our work or personal life by abiding by the Four Way Test. I am very proud to be a Rotarian.



Congratulations to Didi Hoffman on her book signing at the Bookshelf!

Mark you calendars now!
District Governor Court Dowis Official Visit is coming up!

The reception for District Governor Court will be on Wednesday evening, December 12th from 5 pm to 7 pm at the home of Michele Arwood located at 331 Remington Avenue.


Weekly Message from
President Andre'

Registration is open for
District 6900 Conference in April 2019