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Sunday, January 12, 2020
Our program this week featured a classification talk by member Will Rathbone. Will was born in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. He is also a US and UK citizen. He grew up in Florida and attended college at Temple where he played football. He placed offensive line until a lumbar injury ended that career. He then went to Villanova for law school. He was recruited by Fitzpatrick, Lentz, and Bubba and fell in love with Bethlehem. He is an Eagle Scout. He has one sister who is in nursing school in Scranton. His mom has moved up to PA and his father lives in Canada, where he has been a Rotarian since the 1980's. Will is interested in youth programs and getting more involved in service. 
Will Rathbone delivers his classification talk.
  • An excited team of Rotarians are working with a Jamaican Moravian group and a Jamaican Rotary Club to develop an organic farming project and greenhouse to increase employment and needed food in rural central Jamaica.
  • Our district is hosting a business to business mixer Tuesday at Bethlehem Brew Works. The event is free. To register:
  • Save your Rotarian magazine to help grow membership! Bring in your old magazines or grab a label and place your magazine in a local business to share about Rotary! 
Our program next Wednesday will feature Jim Vaughn from WFMZ. Jim will share with us how a newscast is developed. 
Jim Vaughn
Jim Vaughn, Anchor/Sports WFMZ
Yours in Rotary service,
President Thea Lind
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