Bulletin Editor
Sue Jones
Dec 06, 2021 11:30 AM
JHS A ‘Capella
Dec 13, 2021 12:00 PM
Club Annual Meeting
Dec 20, 2021
Christmas Party
Dec 27, 2021
Social Event TBD
Jan 03, 2022
New Year’s Observed
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Make Up Opportunities 
AM CLUB Meets in a hybrid format  the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month from 7:30-8:30 a.m. at Venue 31.
FALCONER — 1st and 3rd Thursday of month, 7 a.m., Roger Tory Peterson Institute, Falconer
WESTFIELD / MAYVILLE — Tuesday, 12:15 p.m., UM Church, Westfield
Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Zoom Teleconference Meetings
Effective until further notice
Committee meetings or social events can also be used as make-ups.
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The Rotary Club of Jamestown held its annual A’Cappella Concert at the First Lutheran Church on December 6.
It was delightful to have Vicki McGraw cater her delicious chicken and biscuit lunch in the meeting room of the church. President Kevin called the meeting to order, led the Pledge of Allegiance and the Star Spangled Banner and Vince Horrigan gave the invocation followed by Kevin’s leading of the 4-Way Test.
We received exciting news that David and Marissa Troxell arrived safely in Karachi, Pakistan via Dubai and David was honored to give the polio vaccine to a young Pakistani boy at the dedication of the new inoculation center our Club helped to fund.
David has promised many more photos and stories as soon as he and Marissa can catch their breath!
David will speak about our Cub this evening at a meeting with their District Governor. They are being treated wonderfully wherever they travel.
President Kevin and his Wife Megan and son Ben volunteered to ring the bell for the Salvation Army.
Jo Dahlberg announced that the Salvation Army REALLY needs help. Please call her or email her and she will try to find a good slot for you to volunteer.
Kirk Young introduced the Jamestown High School A’Cappella choir under the direction of Lauren Scharf.
The choir sang an abbreviated version of their Vespers concert which included:
Kyrie Criste; Have You Heard the News?; Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning; Masters in this Hall; Christmas Lullaby; Veni, Veni Emanuel; And the Angels Sang (Madrigal Singers); Brightest and Best; Carol of the Bells; and the recessional, Silent Night.
Great to see Brian Bogey at the organ and Julie Livengood accompanying at the piano.
The recessional brings tears to this editor’s eyes every time.
Michelle Jones announced the Holiday Party will be held at Venue 31 (the former Carlson’s Jewelry) on Second Street on Dec. 20. The Cost is $20.00 per person and family, friends and guests are welcome. We will have a holiday trivia contest, so get your teammates in mind.
BRING YOUR OWN BEVERAGE! Coffee, water, and mulled cider will be provided with appetizers and cookies will be available to enjoy.  Register and pay here:
In addition, we will have a Swedish Glogg competition. If you have an old family recipe or if you just want to try to make it, email or call Michelle Jones at 716-708-0898 or to enter.
And finally, we will be having a book drive that evening to support our Literacy Committee. Please bring books to donate for our community like our laundromat libraries. SHARE THE READING WEALTH!
You may register and pay for these events on our Rotary Website!
The Social Committee is also planning a social on Monday, December 27 at Haggy’s 4 Below from 4:30 to 6:30. This will be whatever you wish to eat or drink at your own expense. It’s a Great, informal way to see friends during the busy holiday season. Hope you will plan to join your fellow Rotarians and their family, friends and guests – All are welcome.