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Sue Jones
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Jun 27, 2022
Moon Brook Country Club
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Make Up Opportunities 
 
AM CLUB Hybrid meetings at Venue 31 - Meetings at 7:30 on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month.
 
FALCONER — Meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month at 7 AM at the Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History located at 311 Curtis Street in Jamestown, New York
 
WESTFIELD / MAYVILLE — Currently meeting on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month at 5pm via ZOOM. Contact Janese Berkhouse at 716-397-8801 for Zoom details.
 
FREDONIA/DUNKIRK
Meet Thursdays at 12:00 PM - Zoom Teleconfrence Meetings - Effective until further notice - Fredonia, NY 14063
 
 
 
Committee meetings or social events can also be used as make-ups.
 
 
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May 9, 2022 - Rotary Meeting

Today’s Chairman: President Kevin Sixbey led the 4 Way Test

Weather: Brisk and Beautiful

Invocation: Thank you Paulette Kline for bringing us the Sioux Indian Chief Yellow Bark’s lovely prayer

Visiting Rotarians and Guests:   John Felton, Gene West, Rudy Andalora and Michelle Starwalt ADG

Announcements: INAUGURAL CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY BOOK READ

May 16-17 county wide discussions

CASTE by Isabel Wilkerson

REGISTER at www.ywcajamestown.com/chqbookread

HANDS ON NEIGHBORHOODS COMMUNITY CLEANUP - May 21 8AM to Noon

Our Club will be responsible for the Riverwalk and meet at Our Portage Statue in Brooklyn Square

Please register with Ruth Lundin or at https://chglandbank.org/handson and be sure to wear your bright yellow Rotary Works tee shirt.

OUR CLUB’S HIGHWAY CLEANUP May 14 at 10AM

Meet at the Exit 12 Park & Ride to complete our responsibilities to clean up I-86 between Exit 12 and

Falconer. Only 4 members showed up last time!!!!

MAY 16 ROTARY MEETING – CHAUTAUQUA LAKE HARBOR HOTEL, CELORON

4:30 TO 6:30 GET TOGETHER – Meet at the Bar - You pay for your own food and drink

Register with Michelle Jones!!!!

BATTLE OF THE BOOKS – Saturday, May 14 at 2:00PM                                                                

Robert H. Jackson Center, sponsored by our Club and the Northern Chaut. Co. Community Foundation. A great competition among county 6-8 graders regarding the 12 books they have read. PLEASE COME AND SUPPORT THEM!

COME TO THE TABLE AUCTION TO BENEFIT CASA – Chautauqua Suites at 6:30

All Chaut. Co. Rotary Clubs have sponsored a Taste of Chaut. Table thanks to the $100 generosity of our Board members.

June 20 – Club Assembly, presentation of updated bylaws

June 27 – President’s Dinner, Moon Brook Country Club

July 9 – Rotary Day with the TARP SKUNKS!!

 

50/50 DRAWING - $49 WON BY Steve Sandberg!!!!

FINES –

Diana Meckley paid for Literacy contributions from Tim Edborg and Sue Jones.   

Courtney Curatolo paid for the Sergeant at Arms NOT fining her for her articles and photos in the media regarding Small Business Week.

Walt Pickut paid for the upcoming launch of his and Kaye Magneson-Marker’s book on espionage which will be held on May 22 at the Robert H. Jackson Center.

Randy Sweeney paid for returning from Florida and see everyone in person AND for being able to see everyone by ZOOM during the winter Hiatus.

Joni Blackman paid for the James Prendergast Library’s May 21st Jim Roselle Scavenger Hunt from 11am to 3pm.

Stories
Play Read - Greg Peterson, Esq and Judge Grace Hanlon

Becky Robbins introduced our speakers for the meeting who were to present a Play Read of Lucille Ball’s September 4, 1953 testimony in front of investigator William Wheeler of the House Un-American Committee entitled “WAS LUCILLE BALL A RED?”

Greg Peterson has been a partner at Phillips Lytle attorneys for 38 years and is listed in Upstate New York Super Lawyers in America and America’s Leading Lawyers in Business. Greg is a graduate of Allegheny College and the Penn State Dickinson Law School and he co-founded the Robert H. Jackson Center.

Joining Peterson was the Honorable Grace Hanlon, who is our only resident Chautauqua County Supreme Court Judge at this time for the Eighth Judicial District Supreme Court bench. Judge Hanlon has practiced law for 31 years. She is a former first Assistant Chautauqua County District Attorney and previously worked as an assistant public defender. She was confidential law clerk to Chautauqua County Court Judge David Foley.

She is the recipient of an Outstanding Woman in Law Award by the Eighth Judicial District Gender and Racial Fairness Committee and is supported by Stonewall Democrats. She was appointed in 2018 to the Richard C. Failla LGBTQ Commission. Judge Hanlon is a SUNY at Buffalo, with her law degree from Pace Law School.

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