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Speakers
May 10, 2021 12:00 PM
May 17, 2021
Rotary LGBTQ Fellowship
May 24, 2021
Civic education presentation focused on the Supreme Court of Ohio
May 31, 2021
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Upcoming Events
Athens Rotary Board Meeting
OU Inn (Grover Room)
May 12, 2021
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
 
Social Event
Pleasant Hill Vineyards
May 13, 2021
5:00 PM – 6:30 PM
 
Athens Rotary Board Meeting
OU Inn (Grover Room)
Jun 09, 2021
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
 
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Sheila Mark
The Club's Mailing
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The Athens Rotary Club
P. O. Box 681
Athens, OH 45701
Stories
Bring Cans for the Food Drive
Don't forget to bring your cans for the food drive.  Ohio University recognizes that some students may not have enough to eat on a daily or weekly basis. The Cats’ Cupboard food pantry provides students access to fresh, frozen, and shelf-stable food options to help with hunger.   Most needed items include:
 
  • Canned Proteins (Chicken, Sardines, Salmon)
  • Canned beans
  • Canned Black-eyed peas
  • Pasta Sauce
  • Tomato paste
  • Canned mushrooms
  • Canned beets
  • Canned refried beans
You may also donate money.    You may write a check to The Athens Rotary Foundation  with Cats' Cupboard on the memo line and bring it to a meeting or mail it to 
                       The Athens Rotary Foundation
                        P.O. Box 681
                        Athens, Ohio 45701
 
Remember, we're in a contest with the other clubs in our district.  Each can and each dollar count as 1 point.  Let's be the winners we know we are.  Those of us who have been blessed in this life can help those students struggling to make a better life for themselves and their families. 
 
 
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Our Second Hybrid Meeting
We have 36 people signed up for the In-Person portion of May 10th's meeting.  We will start the meeting as close to noon as possible.  Your plated meal will be served at 12:15 PM.   The speaker will be served first so that he/she can begin speaking at about 12:25.  During that time, perhaps Dr. Gaskell could give us a COVID update, and/or Mayor Patterson could tell us what's important in our city today.  I could also have a short Rotary video to share.
 
If you are joining our meeting by Zoom, you may join a little early if you want, in order to chat with other Zoom attendees.  I will make a better effort this week to include the Zoom audience in the Question and Answer period.  
 
In-Person attendees should wear a mask when not actively eating.  Tables will seat 6 and be placed 6 feet apart.  Diane McVey will take reservations for May 17th and beyond.  You can also register for future meetings by calling or emailing President Sheila by 9 PM on Tuesday, May 11th.  Seating will be limited on May 17th, as we must meet in the Galbraith Room.