She's a member of Interact and the Key Club and her hobbies are photography and art. Suzy Wallace will serve as our Metro Liaison with Ariela. Please let Suzy know of any events that would be a good experience for Ariela. Raise the Roof, Y'all! Let's raise the roof on yet another highly successful Metro fundraiser! No one throws a party like we do! Thanks to our sponsors, volunteers, and silent auction partners who made the House Party for Habitat a great event!
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Simons Island. Dye mustache jet black as part of desperate strategy to get more young people to join Rotary. Overcome public speaking fear by utilizing ventriloquist routine and speaking through dummy named Mikey at Club visits. One of Us! Muldowney reminded all members that Reshma is now also the newest member of 1. Thanks to the Membership Committee for helping with this process. Congratulations to Justin Hummel and his new bride, Kim!
They got married on Aug 14th in California. He says he misses us dearly! District Governor Mike Muldowney explained the history and purpose of the CART buckets and encouraged donations of loose change or dollar bills to support Alzheimer's research. Every penny raised goes directly to research, while other funds are used for administration. Suzanne Kirk announced the change of date Thanks Dorian!
Broughton Street. We're still seeking sponsors and volunteers with attendance credit given to both. Sign up to volunteer here! Also, we're looking for items for the Silent Auction and need your help and we'll pay you in make-up credits! While all types of auction items are welcomed, we've found in the past our most in-demand items are usually shared experienced building goodwill and better friendships with fellow club members! Some ideas of what we're looking for:. If you can't host an event, we appreciate you wrangling in some sweet prizes like festival passes, gift cards, art, and more.
Contact Josh Yates if you have some goodies! Thanks to Cari Clark Phelps for designing the graphic for the Fall fundraiser and thanks to Kacey Kennickell for printing it! District Governor Mike Muldowney explained the history and purpose of GRSP and encouraged volunteers to support Metro's student designate, Ariella Samour, an Armstrong student, with activities such as rides and help navigating her time in Savannah. Whitney Shephard announced further details regarding Metro's partnership with Loop It Up Savannah, one of our past annual service partners.
We've committed to getting book boxes made and filled with books, as well as reading in classes.
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We are welcoming volunteers to read once a month to a pre-K or K class. According to Molly L. This means if we are going to start everyone with the weekly readers component all at once, we would be looking for 32 readers - or folks to fill 32 slots-- maybe some people might do more than one. Pre-K could possibly be between since the kids nap at But if there were Rotarians who could come earlier than lunch time, we might want to move the Pre-K readers to between - I think we are open on which day of the week this all happens.
It takes place once a month at Woodville Tompkins High School. Thank you to Jason Somers for being our first Metrotarian to speak to about 40 students on the construction industry. Because so many of our members are not only impacted by, but also engaged and interested in City of Savannah politics, and because many candidates have reached out and expressed interest in connecting with our club, we extended an invitation to all registered candidates for the upcoming local elections to join for an informal networking social at the Top Deck rooftop bar at the Cotton Sail.
Thanks to everyone who came out! Regardless, this is just another opportunity for all of us to get to know one another and Metro better. Metrotarians will be set up on small group lunch dates that will count towards attendance as long as a picture is taken because PicsOrItDidntHappen. We helped repair and paint the wooden fence, trimmed branches and bushes, pressure washed the house, and helped repair the stairs and ramp. Habitat has outgrown this space and is planning to relocate to the Restore property on MLK. Thank you all for volunteering your time!
Jamie's prize package was a Bloody Mary mix. Hell yeah. Cody is totes snickering at this The change still has to be approved by the board.
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It's not so much a change as a consolidation of many steps into fewer steps. Contact the Membership Committee as early in the process as possible for more information if you believe you or someone you know would like to become a member. We had a nice yoga session followed by drinks at White Whale. Check out our "Rogis"! Brags, Finds and Whines. He is also the co-founder of Maven Makers.
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Check out our new board! Can you believe this photo shoot was organized in 2 days and everyone showed up?! Thanks for your cooperation, you beautiful people, you! Rotary Area 1 clubs, including Metro, Sunrise, Savannah Downtown ,and Skidaway Island, will participate in early childhood literacy with Loop It Up as a sustained partnership with underserved schools. This will be an extension of the book box project we did a few years ago. We'll be doing book drives, reading to classes, etc.
If you're interested in helping, please contact Whitney Shephard! It's now a 5-step process. It is me you're looking for?
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Other creative ways to give is via social media. Facebook created 2 new non-profits - Rotary International and End Polio.
Pick one of those and ask your friends and family to give! Thank you everyone who donated school supplies to help kids in need. Harold Tessendorf, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity, talked to the club about its mission and how we will help their organization. The Coastal Empire Habitat for Humanity subscribes to a vision of a world where everyone has a decent place to live. The organization brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope. Habitat for Humanity is an affordable homeownership ministry committed to partnering with low-income, working families to realize their dreams of owning quality, affordable, and energy-efficient homes in safe and revitalizing neighborhoods in Chatham County.
As one of 1, affiliates in the US and part of Habitat for Humanity International, which is active in 70 countries around the world, Coastal Empire Habitat for Humanity addresses the need for safe and affordable shelter both locally and around the world. As part of our Annual Service Partnership, we will help prepare the existing office located on E. The organization has outgrown this facility and needs a professional presence.
The goal is to consolidate the office space and Restore to be in one facility. Please sign up for our first Service opportunity on Aug 24th! Three Questions with Bea Saba. Brags, Finds, and Whines. What is ShelterBox? At first glance, it does look like a snippet from the Fyre Festival, but these are shelter boxes designed for actual real disaster relief for people who need it the most.