September 17, 2020
The club provided over 150 tennis balls to prevent scratching the new floor being at our meeting place.
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Gary Teramae: "“Rotary has been a part of my life for about 35 years, with 18 of those years with the Casselberry Club. Rotary is an opportunity for me to give back to the community in which I live and work. There have been many wonderful projects that we have done such as Meals on Wheels, Paint Your Heart Out, Youth Essay and Art Contests with the local schools, helping to feed and shelter the homeless and assist the elderly in our community. The many wonderful fundraisers that have allowed us to give back like the International Folk Festival where we raised funds and brought international culture in the form of music and art to Casselberry, the Art Calendar project that allows us to display local artists talents and distribute the calendars to local merchants and residents.” I have developed many wonderful relationships that I never would have experienced if not for Rotary. I would encourage anyone that feels that they are appreciative for what they have and wants to give back to visit us and be a part of something special”.
October 28th - Tina McIntyre -Seminole County Landscaping Agent
November 4th speaker - Casselberry Chief Larry Krantz with a Race Relations presentation
Our club met at The Sharing Center to help pack hygiene bags for the Oasis. They serve about 40 clients a day offering showers, laundry facilities, hair cuts and computer usage . Glad we were able to make a difference for the homeless.
Our club participated in a global grant to purchase equipment used to sterilize and decontaminate PPE's for Advent Health. This will help with Covid 19 and beyond!
October 14, 2020
Service project wrapping Christmas gift collection boxes for Christian Help.
Jim Boswell: "My memorable Rotary Moment was when the club conducted outdoor a cultural performance called the 'Rotary International Folk Festival'. We managed a 'Beer Garden' around a large truck provided by the beer distributor. Unfortunately midway through the performance a torrential storm struck with high winds, lightning, and a flood of rain. Despite the ill weather, club members like me took our stand against the storm at the beer wagon. Sure, the storm demolished our tents but we kept the beer cold and it was delicious."
Mike Schaffer: Rotary is a dedicated part of my life. I set aside time for me to be involved in activities and events that I enjoy. Most importantly, I see direct results to what I and my club participates. It's a great feeling to be part of something so large and at the same time a close part of my community.