Present were Bryan Grummon, Jeremy skinner, Mary Stansell, Sandra otter, (Becky Atherton, late) and Denise King.
The first item on the agenda was the grant application for $2000 for an AED (defibrillator) for Curry Public library. After a brief discussion the board voted unanimously to approve.
Next was further discussion of the amended grant application from Main Street for money for irrigation of the “triangle”. A unanimous vote to give $500.
A third grant consideration was from the Calvary Apostolic Church for $1000 to send a child to a “life-changing” church camp experience. The result was a unanimous “no” vote because Rotary does not get involved in religion or politics.
Sandra reported that Rotary’s share of High on Health proceeds is $19,928.
Sandra presented her concerns about educating new members as to their responsibilities as members. She proposed a new member kit which would, in detail, explain what is expected of new members, financial expectations (including happy dollars) and a brief history of the gold beach club.
(The secretary had to leave early so if anything is left out, please add!)