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SEPTEMBER 2017

UPCOMING Program Schedule


EVENTS! Sept. 21—Patti Middleton
Sept. 28—Cynthia Nall
Mark Your Calendars:
Oct. 5—Peggy Nelson
Oct. 5—Alligators & Ale (Aligators & Ale)

Oct. 12—District Gov. Oct. 12—Mary Nevitt


(District Gov. Visit)
Bill Trant club visit
Oct. 19—Brian Pierce
2017-2018 Club Nov. 10-11—Butts for
Veterans Oct. 26—Frances Rigsby
Officers
President—Jeremy King Nov. 2—Kathy Schreiber
Pres. Elect/Secretary—Kelly Chil- Nov. 9—Reagan Scroggins
dress
Vice-President—Ann Simpson
Nov. 16—Ann Simpson
Treasurer—Kathy Schreiber Nov. 23—THANKSGIVING
Sergeant-At-Arms—Wayne Giv-
Nov. 30—Terry Simpson
ens & Mary Nevitt
COMMITTEE CHAIRS: Dec. 7—Mike Sledge
Club—Mike Sledge Dec. 14—Tim Spears
Service—Brian Pierce
Dec. 21—Chad Stapleton
Vocation—Reagan Scroggins
Membership—Kasey Childress Dec. 28—Amy Younce
Public Relations—Tonja Lowery Jan. 4—Randy Younce
Jan. 11—Ruthie Campbell
CLUB MEMBERS SERVING
AS DISTRICT 6880 Jan. 18—Kasey Childress
OFFICERS
Asst. District Governor—Brian Jan. 25—Kelly Childress
Pierce
Feb. 1 - Wayne Givens
DISTRICT GOVERNOR:
Feb. 8—Alden Hatheway
Bill Trant, Opelika, AL
RI PRESIDENT: Feb. 15—Jeremy King
Each Club Member is asked to donate a
Ian Riseley, Victoria, Australia bottle of your favorite “Adult Beverage” Feb. 22—James Linton
for the Spirit Baskets that will be raf-
Check out our new club web
fled off at Alligators & Ale. Please get Mar. 1—Anthony Lowery
page at
www.centralbaldwinsunset these to Cynthia Nall by September 26. *If you need to change your pro-
rotary.com gram date, please let Ann Simp-
son know. Also, if a club event
falls on your assigned date, the
event will be considered your
program and the schedule will
remain set.
Regular attendance is essential to a strong and active Rotary club and Central Baldwin Sunset consistently
ranks in the top 5 clubs for attendance in our District! Thank you for making Rotary attendance a priority.
Makeups must be within 2 weeks of the missed meeting (14 days before or after the missed meeting).

We definitely enjoy seeing everyone at our meetings and miss you when you aren’t there. However, “life happens”
and in those weeks that you are unable to attend our club meeting, there are several make-up opportunities:
 Attend the Club Board meeting held on the 2nd or 3rd Wednesday at Willy T’s at 12:00 noon
 Attend a "live" meeting of another local Rotary Club
Daphne/Spanish Fort Club meets Monday @ 12:00 at Daphne United Methodist Church
Robertsdale Club meets Tuesday @ 12:00 at Mama Lou's
Bay Minette Club meets Wednesday @ 12:00 at Rotary Village
Fairhope Club meets Wednesday @ 12:30 at Homestead Village
Point Clear Club meets Thursday @ 7:30 AM at the Grand Hotel
Gulf Shores/Orange Beach meets Thursday @ 12:00 at the Gulf Shores Golf Club
Foley Club meets Friday @12:15 at Wolf Bay Lodge
 Make-up a meeting online: www.rotaryeclubone.org Complete the meeting make-up documentation on
the club’s web site. Please e-mail the make-up confirmation to Kelly at kchildress@gulftel.com.

Proceeds from Alligators & Ale will be donated


to Miracle League of Coastal Alabama

The Miracle League of Coastal Alabama


Mission Statement
To enrich our special needs community by giving them the opportunity
to play in a facility that is tailored to their specific needs while, at the
same time, providing an environment that benefits everyone regardless
of physical or mental limitations.
Vision The Four-Way Test
To build a park with a baseball field and playground facility designed to
eliminate the barriers that prevent our disabled residents and guests of the things we think, say or do
from playing side by side with family and friends. A park that accommo-
dates wheelchairs, walkers, and other assistive devices while helping to First: is it the TRUTH?
prevent injuries. A park that provides an atmosphere where everyone
Second: is it FAIR to all concerned?
intermingles whether disabled or not.
Immediate Objectives Third: will it build GOODWILL and BETTER
 To continue major fundraising and break ground by January 1, 2018 FRIENDSHIPS?
 To promote community support and awareness of our special needs
community through the fundraising campaign Fourth: will it be BENEFICIAL to all con-
cerned?
 To reach prospective coaches and players through the fundraising
campaign
Long-Term Objectives MISSED A MEETING?
 Establish sustained league play
 Allow our players to travel by establishing interleague play with our NEED A MAKE-UP?
neighbor, the Miracle League of Northwest Florida in Pensacola, Florida
 Establish an annual Miracle League of Coastal Alabama invitation- Sunset Rotary Club Board Meeting
al tournament
2nd Wednesday of each month at Wil-