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Sunday, June 28, 2020
Message from our newest Past President - Thea Lind:
Fellow Rotarians, this has been quite the year…I think it’s safe to say that no one could have anticipated the global pandemic and subsequent change of practice that we find ourselves in. True to form as Rotarians, we’ve found ways to adapt and continue the Rotary mission of Service Above Self. In our changeover meeting on Wednesday of this past week, I highlighted some of the accomplishments from the year including adding eight new members, the expansion of our RAGAS group, the International Grant project in Jamaica, a new Interact Club at Liberty HS, and some of our highest summer attendance numbers through ZOOM! These are just a few of the many projects our Club undertook this year and I am proud to have worked with all of you as your president. I know President Pete will continue to build and strengthen our Club in the coming year and I look forward to all that he will accomplish.
Yours in Rotary service, 
Past President Thea Lind
President Pete, newly installed, passes Past President pin to Thea Lind.
Message from our newly-installed President - Pete Mickolay:
Welcome to the 2020-21 Rotary year. RI President-elect Holger Knaack's theme is Rotary Opens Opportunities.  He asks Rotarians to create opportunities that strengthen their leadership, help put service ideas into action, and improve the lives of those in need, hence the 3 doors in the logo.
1.  In the next year, our club is opening the first door by placing newer members into leadership positions to strengthen our club, get fresh new ideas, and improve their Rotary skills. They will help us move into the "new normal".
2.  The second door opening will see us continue our legacy service projects, but also implement new projects that will arise from recent events. And now we have an Interact Club at Liberty H.S. to help us!
3.  And when we pass through the third door, we WILL improve the lives of those in need. Whether it's our RAGAS committee, Jamaica-Unitas Project, or Taste & Tunes Dessert Edition being a huge success to keep the pantry filled at the Northeast Community Center, I know our club will get the job done!
I look forward to working with each of you in the new Rotary year. And I encourage you to email me any ideas or suggestions to advance our mission. Even though we are not meeting in person yet, all of us are just a keyboard click away.
Yours in Rotary service,
President Pete Mickolay