Happenings from this weeks meeting....
Call to Order
by Amelia Roll

Thursday,March 17, 2011

Presiding over tonights meeting Amy Roll

On the Menu...
by Amelia Roll

Fresh spinach salad - corned beef with all the fixins - mint chocolate chip ice cream, cookies and malt balls for dessert.

by Amelia Roll

Gail Wyckhouse - Guest of Sherry Wells

Dr. Dan Judge - Guest Speaker

Brandon Joerges - Assistant of Dr. Judge

Tabrian Joe - Guest of Justin

Justin Stevenson - RYLA candidate

The Games We Play
by Amelia Roll


                No Games this week!




Happy Bucks
by Amelia Roll

Norm and Fred- Happy about the beautiful day!

John Wilk - Happy to have heard from his son, who is stationed in Japan.

Birthdays & Anniversaries
by Amelia Roll

None to mention this week

General Announcements
by Amelia Roll

1. 3rd Annual Spaghetti Dinner & Silent Auction, Thursday, April 14th, 5 - 8 PM at BLumz.  We are looking forward to another successful event....but we need your help!

     ***Planning meeting - Tuesday, March 22nd, 9 AM at Blumz***

                 Please contact Amy Roll for more information

2. Shelter Box USA is a great organization with heavy ties to Rotary. They are ready to mobilize to assist with the disaster in Japan once they are granted permission...if you are looking for a way to contribute to disaster relief, this would be a great way to do so.  Visit www.shelterboxusa.org to donate today.                         

Today's Program
by Amelia Roll

This evening we heard from Dr. Dan Judge about the importance of healthy living.  Dr. Judge is a local chiropractor and wellness expert who is excited about informing people of the benefits of living a healthy lifestyle.  

The number one cause of death in America is due to heart disease, followed by cancer.  Creating a healthy daily routine to can help reduce the risk of heart disease for all of us.  Just 30 minuntes of light exercise (walking) - 5x's a week can reduce risk by 50%.  Healthy sleep pattern (at least 7 hrs a night), relieving stress daily (20 minutes of relaxation) and eating red fruits (strawberry, tomato or watermelon) can also help reduce risk.