Monthly Archive: March 2010

Contributions

$300 • Jefferson County Fair Grounds-Fair Court
$100 • Madras High School-All Night Party
$100 • Culver High School-All Night Party
$325 • Sanctuary-After school study hall computer
$250 • Warm Springs Endurance Rates
$300 • Madras High School-Girls Basketball Camp
$200 • Dick Anderson-School Supply Drive
$500 • Jefferson County Library
$100 • Tena Jackson-Kozies for Kids
$150 • OSU Extension-SET Program
$1000 • Kids Club
$112 • Marjean Alonzo
$300 • DHS-Foster Children Christmas Party
$200 • Madras Sparklers
$500 • MAC-Mac Cash
$500 • Mountain View Hospital Foundation
$200 • Alex Johnson Family
$300 • Art Adventure Gallery
$250 • The Museum at Warm Springs

Bulletin 3/30/10

Palmer Talks Pond
Jack Palmer talks over a slide show outlining Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife plans to expand an existing pond at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds. They want the pond to go to a depth of 10 to12 feet at the deepest part. The pond will also feature a couple of mini-peninsulas for greater access to the water, plus a wooden dock for handicapped access. The proposed pond will be facilitated by access to local power and water.

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Bulletin 3/16/10

JCRFD #1 Receives Rotary Funds
Jay Olson, Chief of Jefferson County Fire District #1, receives $6,000 check from Rotarian Dick Anderson (standing in for president Melinda Boyle.) The funds were raised at the annual Cherry Tree Celebration, dinner-dance-auction, held at Kah Nee Ta, and will aid the department in purchasing additional new rescue tools to aid in rescue extrication.

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Bulletin 3/23/10

Rotarians at Work
Rotarians spent much of the March 23 meeting signing thank-you letters to individuals and businesses who donated goods and services to the benefit of the Cherry Tree Celebration Dinner/Auction/Dance held at Kah Nee ta, in February. Tim and Alexa Gassner are in the foreground (left) Jim Manion and Ken Black are in the foreground (right) – Also visible are Brenda Curnutt, Brenda Davis and Jerry Gerke.

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MHS Interact Club

Interact is a service club for young people ages 14-18. Sponsored by local Rotary clubs, Interact clubs give young people an opportunity to participate in fun, meaningful service projects while developing leadership skills and meeting new friends.

Interactors and Rotarians are partners in service. Rotarians mentor promising youth in their communities. Interactors bring new energy to a Rotary club, inspire fresh ideas for service, increase support of projects, and help develop future Rotarians. Sponsoring Rotary clubs provide support and guidance, but Interact clubs are self-governing and self-supporting.

Interact stands for international action. The first club was chartered in 1962 at Melbourne High School, FL, USA. Today there are more than 11,400 clubs in over 125 countries with an estimated membership of 250,000 youth worldwide.

Every year, Interactors and Rotarians celebrate the charter of the first Interact club during the week of 5 November. Together they participate in a variety of activities to increase Interact awareness in their communities.

The following resources are available on the Rotary International Web site:

MHS Interact Club

MHS Interact Club at Home Federal Bank. The club donated $100 to Kozy Blankets for Foster Kids.