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APRIL 2018

ATTENTION: CENTRAL BALDWIN SUNSET


ROTARY WILL BE CELE-
We will not meet BRATING ITS’ 5 YEAR ANNI-
Thursday, April 12. VERSARY IN MAY! PLANS
The Strawberry Fes- ARE BEING MADE FOR A
BIRTHDAY BASH!
tival on April 14 & 15
will count as our
meeting. Program Schedule
April 5—Cynthia Nall
2017-2018 Club Mark your calendar for April 12—Peggy Nelson
Officers
President—Jeremy King
the 2018 Multi-District (MEETING CANCELLED)
Pres. Elect/Secretary—Kelly Chil-
dress
Conference April 19—Brian Pierce

June 7—10, 2018 Beau Rivage-Biloxi April 26—Frances Rigsby


Vice-President—Ann Simpson
Rotary Districts: 6820—6840—6860—6880
Treasurer—Kathy Schreiber Conference Registration Fee: $35 until 2/28/18; $45 from May 3—Kathy Schreiber
3/1/18—4/30/18; $55 after 4/30/18
Sergeant-At-Arms—Wayne Giv- May 10—Regan Scroggins
Meal Plan: $240—includes Friday breakfast & lunch; Satur-
ens & Mary Nevitt day breakfast, lunch, and dinner; Sunday jazz brunch.
COMMITTEE CHAIRS: Thursday Golf Tournament—$80.00 May 17—Ann Simpson
Friday Fun Run—$33.00
Club—Mike Sledge For more information, to register, or to book your room at the May 24—Terry Simpson
Beau Rivage, go to: www.rotary6880.org.
Service—Brian Pierce
May 31— Mike Sledge
Vocation—Reagan Scroggins
RYLA—Rotary Youth Leadership Academy June 7—Tim Spears
Membership—Kasey Childress
Our club is sending 2 RHS students to RYLA!
Public Relations—Tonja Lowery Kelly Middleton and Jackson Reedy. Looking for-
June 14—Chad Stapleton
ward to Kelly & Jackson attending one of our up- June 21—Amy Younce
CLUB MEMBERS SERVING coming meetings to share what they learn.
AS DISTRICT 6880 June 28—Randy Younce
OFFICERS ROTARY ZONE 30
July 5—Ruthie Campbell
Asst. District Governor—Brian Each Rotary Club is assigned to a District. Each
Pierce District is assigned to a Zone. Our Club is in July 12—Kasey Childress
DISTRICT GOVERNOR: district 6880, which is in Zone 30. Zone 30 is
comprised of 14 Districts. Our Club has been July 19—Kelly Childress
Bill Trant, Opelika, AL invited to host a hospitality event at the Zones
RI PRESIDENT: 30 & 31 Conference to be held Oct. 9-11 at the July 26— Wayne Givens
Renaissance Marriott in Montgomery. ADG Bri-
Ian Riseley, Victoria, Australia an Pierce will be providing more information as August 2— Bailey Hatheway
it becomes available.
Check out our new club web August 9— Alden Hatheway
page at
www.centralbaldwinsunset August 16—Jeremy King
rotary.com
August 23—James Linton
*If you need to change your pro-
gram date, please let Ann Simpson
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.

We will be raising
money for Camp
ASCCA at the Straw-
berry Festival. See
Mike Sledge to sign
up for your shift.

Why we do what we do………….Service Above Self


PE, Kelly
President-Elect, Kelly Chil-
Childress CAMP ASCCA NEWS!
shown with dress and Asst. District Gover-
Robertsdale Camp ASCCA (Alabama’s Special Camp
Rotary Pres-
nor, Brian Pierce recently at-
for Children and Adults)
ident Elect tended PETS (President Elect
Jeff Plato at
PETS. Training Seminar) in Chatta-
nooga, TN. Kelly reported  Our club will be collecting mon-
that the experience was a bit overwhelming due to all the infor- ey at the Strawberry Festival
mation presented, but she is very excited about the upcoming for Camp ASCCA
year. Kelly is already working to continue to grow and improve
our Club. She has met with Faustin Weber at St. Michael Catho-  Annual Rotary Day at Camp
ASCCA is Monday, July 30.
lic High School and plans are being made for our club to sponsor
Brian will be attending. If any-
an Interact Club at St. Michael’s in the Fall. one is interested, please see
Brian.
The Four-Way Test MISSED A MEET-
ING?  Our club is sponsoring a Camp-
of the things we think, say or do
er this year! Thanks to Mike &
First: is it the TRUTH? NEED A MAKE- Suzy Sledge, Zi McMillian will
UP? be attending Camp this sum-
Second: is it FAIR to all concerned?
Sunset Rotary Club Board
mer. He has completed the
Third: will it build GOODWILL and Meeting registration process and is ex-
BETTER FRIENDSHIPS? cited about Camp!
2nd Wednesday of each
Fourth: will it be BENEFICIAL to all month at Willy T’s at
concerned? 12:00 noon.