Optimist Zone Meeting Minutes from 8/21/13

We had a very successful 4th Quarter Zone Meeting/Pig Roast at the Lake Heritage Pavilion.  One member from the Hummelstown Club and eleven members from the East York Club, including Lt. Governor Tom Mcglynn made the trip.

 

From the Lt. Governor:

-After his own “Battle of Gettysburg” with the BBQ sauce Tom went on to talk about all the good things happening in Zone 7, including the fact that our Zone ranks #1 of eight, our Zone has maintained its total membership since the beginning of the year, and we have some very active clubs serving our communities.

-Mark and Joe were presented with Personal Growth & Involvement Awards for their commitment to our club.

-Although Tom has enjoyed his time serving as Lt. Governor he would love to have a volunteer come forward to fill this role.

 

Club news:

-Craig attended the District Convention here in Gettysburg and he acquired information for the incoming officers.  A group of children from the Adams County School of Musical Theatre provided some entertainment for the event and they were very well received.

-The Refectory will no longer be available for our meetings due to scheduling conflicts.  Please pass along any ideas for potential new meeting locations to Kris (kristopheraccardi@gmail.com) and he will look into various options and make a decision with the board.

-Parking for the soccer tournament is this weekend.  Thanks to the members who are volunteering.  You should have beautiful weather!

-A potential new member, Fred, who is a former educator and who has been very active in serving the youth in his community joined us for the evening.  Fred will be sponsored by Walt.

Click here to see pictures from the event!

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September meetings:

-Wednesday, September 4th a 6:30pm at the Lake Heritage Pavilion.

-Wednesday, September 18th at 6:30pm at Mark’s house.   This would be a great opportunity to bring a potential new member!

 

 

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