Quote of the Week
“Take care of your body. It's the only place you have to live.
- Jim Rohn
Jim Hemig took the helm as Publisher for the Union and Nevada County Publishing Company in January 2014. Join us as we welcome Jim and hear about the Goals and Directions of The Union as our paper celebrates 150 years serving Western Nevada County!
Next week our July 31 meeting moves to 5:30pm for our pre-fair potluck and BYOB picnic at the Fair. Please sign up or let Jeff or Robin know you are coming annd how many friends and family will join you. Tom C is providing pulled pork sandwiches.
Rotarian Jim Hemig took the helm as Publisher for The Union and Nevada County Publishing Company this year as our paper celebrates 150 years serving Western Nevada County! Jim shared his perspectives and intentions as publisher to maintain the Union's strong community focus.
Wally Krill delivered Ralph Sawvell's Paul Harris pin and Club flag at the request of Ralph's widow Phyllis. Ellen Davis presented the Club our 50th Anniversary plaque which had been among artifacts at NC Winery
Festival Friday, July 18th, 2014
Pioneer Park transformed into a Renaissance Faire with queen, faires, knights, dragons, drolls, and more for the Children's Festival. Children of all ages were delighting in the wide variety of crafts and events. Thank you Nancy Kemp, Gayle Denney, and Sandy Stickel for your coordination role and to fellow Rotarians and spouses who assisted with our craft tables. See Facebook for more photos!
Adventures & Wine Auction September 19
Adventures & Wine Auction is Sept 19. Letters to our merchant donors went out early this month. Gary will be distributing packages this week so that members can follow up with their contacts regarding potential donations for this year.
Rotary Goes Treat Street Aug 6-10 Nevada County Fair
Simply Fun is the theme for this year's fair Aug 6-10. A big thanks to Walt Stickel as he is taking the lead to order food, coordinate deliveries and schedule volunteers for shifts during the Fair. We still need Day Captains and volunteers for a number of shifts. See the booth schedule for openings http://nevadacityrotary.org/rotario/fair-booth-schedule. Contact Robin or Walt if you can fill an opening.
As a reminder to all, our Club policy has been and continues to be every member is responsible for at least two shifts. If you can not serve or do not arrange for your own substitute, the fine is $50 per shift, $100 max.
Have you paid your Club Dues 2014-2015?
Rotary Club of Nevada City club dues are due July 1. Please contact Ellen if your dues are not current!
Your dues invoice can be viewed and printed online HERE
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