Exchange Club of the Treasure Coast

THE EXCHANGE CLUB OF THE TREASURE COAST
CLUB 2493 - DIVISION 2 - DISTRICT 5
THURSDAY, JANUARY 19,2017
MINUTES OF THE GENERAL MEETING

The General Meeting of the Exchange Club of the Treasure Coast was brought to order at 1:00 pm by President-Elect Joe Walsh at C J Cannons. President Laurie Collings was not able to be at the meeting. Alice give the invocation and Eric led us in the pledge. There were 9 members and 2 guests present. Larry, Leslie's husband was a guest today and our speaker, Col. Sam Kouns, the President of the local Veteran's Council. Joe welcomed everyone to the meeting.

The January Newsletter and the minutes from the January 5th General Meeting and the January 12th Board Minutes were sent out on Wednesday, January 18th. Leslie informed me that in the January 12th Board Minutes there is a correction. For PayPal, the transaction fee is 2.9% (not 2.8% as stated in the minutes) plus 30 cents per transaction. Joe asked for the minutes to be approved with that correction. Leslie made the motion and Kathy second the motion to approve all the minutes. ALL were in favor.

Cindy shared with us that the Guardians for New Futures and Living Faith Church has opened The Sactuary4Kids which is a temporary shelter for children awaiting placement into foster care. This is a comfortable alternative to children waiting in a child-welfare professional's car or office.

Tuesday, February 14th our club is hosting a Senior Tea at Indian River Estates at 2250 Indian Creek Blvd W. Liz asks that we arrive in the parking lot by 1:10 pm as the function will start at 1:30 pm. Everyone is asked to share goodie bag items. We have 35 bags and need various items; i.e. pens, pencils, note pads, candy, tissues, etc. Please give the items to Liz or Diana at Harbor Community Bank. The February 2nd meeting is the last meeting before the Tea, so please bring your items to that meeting.

Sam Kouns was a guest of Eric and our speaker today. Sam has worked at all of our Air Shows. He formed the Veterans Council in 1987 to provide transportation for Vets going to the West Palm VA Clinic. They average 250 Vets a month. There are two busses holding 25 Vets going the VA Clinic and 1 bus that transports Vets locally. There is a VA Clinic on 17th Street, which handles limited care. The local clinic works under West Palms procedures. There is a Vet Retirement Home in Pt St Lucie. Veterans go into the schools and present programs on Americanism; such as information about the flag and the pledge of allegiance. Veterans Outreach helps transfer Vets from military to civilian life. Upward America Veterans Programs help with the money the Vets need.

Velde Ford puts on an annual car show and the proceeds from this function go to the Veterans Council. $6,000.00 was donated. The County Commission gives the Council $80,000.00 per year. The Council looks for other community donations.

Liz won the 50/50.
The meeting adjourned at 1:00 pm.

Respectfully Submitted,
Alice W Gaskill, Secretary

THE EXCHANGE CLUB OF THE TREASURE COAST
CLUB 2493 - DIVISION 2 - DISTRICT 5
THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 2017
MINUTES OF THE GENERAL MEETING

The first General Meeting of the new calendar year was brought to order at 12:10 pm by President Laurie Collings at C J Cannons. Alice gave the invocation and Eric led us in the pledge. There were 13 members and one guest present. Laurie acknowledged that we were starting the meeting a little late; however, she enjoyed everyone visiting with each other as we had not been together since before Christmas. Laurie welcomed everyone to the meeting.

Ryan Mattes, DC was the guest of Eric Menger. Ryan is a Chiropractor at Parris Family Chiropractic. Ryan shared a little information about himself and extended a offer to each member to give him a call if they have any questions or concerns he could help them with. The club members extended an invitation for Ryan to join our club.

Sam, Americanism Chair, has been speaking with Georgia about doing something in the Sebastian Marine Bank. The club will be informed when they decide if this project is for Veterans or Proudly We Hail.

Cindy, Child Abuse Prevention Chair, first thanked the club members for their part in making Christmas Bright through Devereux. She also let us know she is thinking, planning and checking into several new projects for the Prevention of Child Abuse.

Liz, Community Service Chair, reminded us that the Senior Tea, at Indian River Estates will be on Tuesday, February 14th. The program will be at 1:30 so everyone plan to be there right after 1:00 pm. Liz asked us to bring items, including the goodie bags, such as tissues, pens, note pads, etc. We have just two meetings before the Tea so Liz asked us to bring the items to the meetings or deliver them to her directly. Also please remind Liz that you will be there as part of the club.

Diana, our Membership Chair is thinking about new ways to interest new members. This is a grrreat club, very active and always looking for new members and new projects.

Joe, our President-elect and chair of the Communications/Marketing and PR Committee let us know that he is constantly up-dating the website. He has added St. Baldricks. Donations can be made through the website for John D'Albora, who is getting his head shaved, representing this club at the St. Baldricks project, in March. Laurie mentioned that Donna D asked her to remind us about the up-coming project.

The Blue Angels, The Blue Angels, The Blue Angels, did I mention The Blue Angels are coming in 2018. The Air Show Board and Committee are already working on this big undertaking. Our club memberS, Robert Paugh and Kim Prado are on the board and are putting things in place. They know they can count on each one of us to help in anyway and in every way!

Eric will share a book with club members at each meeting. These are books he has read and want to pass on.

50/50 was won by Joe Walsh.

Joe closed the meeting at 12:55 pm.

Respectfully Submitted,
Alice W Gaskill, Secretary
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THE EXCHANGE CLUB OF THE TEASURE COAST
CLUB 2493 - DIVISION 2 - DISTRICT 5
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2016
MINUTES OF THE GENERAL MEETING

The General Meeting was brought to order at 12:05 pm by President, Laurie Collings at CJ Cannons. Alice gave the invocation and Sam led us in the pledge. There were 10 members and 5 guests present. Laurie welcomed everyone to the meeting.
Laurie quickly reminded the club members about the "All Exchange Holiday Party", which will be this Saturday night at Dodgertown. 17 members and guests have made their reservations. See everyone there! The Indian River Estates Tea Party is Tuesday, February 14, 2017. Laurie said that Liz is asking that we start collecting items for the goodie bags. Plan on 35 items. This is such a wonderful Community Service project; we have such a good time and the Seniors are delighted. This year we will have singing by children for a local school. St Baldrick's "The Big Shave" will be on March 25, 2017. Donna D is heading this fundraiser and donations can be made on the website...More info to follow. Laurie also reminded us about the 2017 Golf Tournament, which is in June.
Amy attended the Castle Holiday Event, at Dyer Chevrolet and said it was very nice. Amy did say that the representatives from Castle want to be part of the Golf Committee.
Sam is looking at locations for the "Proudly We Hail" project in 2017. Several sites were recommended; such as the Juice Company on 66th, any schools and Kim even suggested the new Sebastian Office of Marine Bank. Sam will take a look at the sites suggested.
Eric announced that Elite Airlines are looking at several new destinations. How cool is this!
Laurie announced that our long time member and a past president, Erin Grall has joined the Board of Directors for Marine Bank. Congratulations goes out to Erin!
NOW FOR THE PROGRAM...OMG, WHAT A WONDERFUL PROGRAM WITH AMAZING PEOPLE AND AMAZING DOGS
Shelly Ferger, Harmony and LA shared information about Dogs For Life and what they do for our community, our residents and most of all for our Veterans. Gunny and Darel were the dogs with us. Shelly the Founder/ CEO, Director of Training and Secretary shared information about Dogs For Life (DFL). The Mission is "A non-profit organization devoted to improving the quality of life for people and dogs through training assistance dogs, pet-assisted therapy dogs and owning and operating an off-leash dog park". Harmony (U.S. Army) Veteran and "Gunny" were the featured speakers, well, Gunny did not talk, she just did what she was told. Harmony shared with the members how she became disabled and how Gunny made her independent once again. You could see the love between Harmony and Gunny. Gunny has helped Harmony in desperate 911 situations, Gunny has called 911 with a special telephone, and she has brought Harmony back from an anxiety attack that caused her to black out. The dogs are trained to lay across their human partner and the pressure is like a hug. LA, the Veteran Dog Program Coordinator, assisted Harmony and Shelly throughout the presentation. LA is the owner and trainer of Darel. There is so much more I could share about this program; but, it is hard to type with tears in your eyes. Our President, Laurie gave Dogs For Life a $250.00 donation.
The meeting adjourned at 1: 15 pm because no one wanted to leave.
There was no 50/50.
Respectfully Submitted,
Alice W Gaskill, Secretary

THE EXCHANGE CLUB OF THE TREASURE COAST
CLUB - 2493 - DIVISION 2 - DISTRICT 5
DECEMBER 1, 2016
MINUTES OF THE GENERAL MEETING
The meeting was called to order at 12:04 by President, Laurie Collings at CJ Cannons. There were 16 members and 1 guest present. Alice gave the invocation and Eric led us in the pledge. Laurie welcomed everyone to the meeting.
Eric's guest today was Christy Northfield from Morgan Stanley. She has been an Exchange Club member with the Sebastian Club. Since most of her work is in Vero she has decided to join the Treasure Coast Club.
Laurie reminded us that tonight, Thursday, December 1st there are two great Exchange projects going on; "Painting With A Twist" which is a Indian River Exchange Club fundraiser and the Castle event at Dyer Chevrolet. Laurie also let Kathy know that she spoke to Katie about Castle being the beneficiary of the 2017 Golf Tournament.
Donna Leemon D'Alfonso gave us additional information about the fundraiser "The Big Shave" for St. Baldrick's, which will be held on March 25, 2017, at Capt. Hiram's. Our long time member, John D'Albora will represent this club by getting his head shaved. Thank You John! The mission for St. Baldrick's is to support and do research for children's cancer. There is no donation too small and certainly too big. This will be a Community Service Project for this club. Go to the TCclub website for more information and to donate.
Liz reminded us about the "Senior Tea" at Indian River Estates which will be on Tuesday, February 14, 2017. More information will come right after the first of the new year.
Eric mentioned at there will be two Christmas functions at the airport; one will be this Friday, December 2nd and one Friday, December 9th. Christmas in Vero will be hosted by Dodgertown from 5 pm to 10 pm. Tickets for adults are $6.00 each and $3.00 each for children ages 3 to 17. Children ages 3 and under are free.
Eric and Kelly went to the Youth Guidance "End of Semester Award Ceremony and Dinner" on November 30th at the new Intergenerational Center. Eric said it was very well done.
Kathy is ready to hand out packets for the 2017 Golf Tournament. We need sponsors, tee sign advertisers, raffle items and players. More information will be given at each meeting.
Don't forget to check out the Treasure Coast Exchange Club website!
Leslie is collecting reservations and checks for the "All Exchange Holiday Party"; which is Saturday, December 17th at Dodgertown from 6:00 - 10:00 pm. The cost is $35.00 per person and there will be a cash bar. Members do not have to bring gifts and the money collected from the raffle and 50/50 will be given to the Excel Club. Dress is Holiday attire. Hope to see everyone there!
Kathy won the 50/50.
The meeting was adjourned at 1:03 pm.

Respectfully Submitted,
Alice W Gaskill, Secretary

THE EXCHANGE CLUB OF THE TREASURE COAST
CLUB 2493 - DIVISION 2 - DISTRICT 5
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2016
MINUTES OF THE GENERAL MEETING

The General Meeting of the Exchange Club of the Treasure Coast was brought to order at 12:06 pm by President Laurie Collings at C J Cannons. There were 17 members and 2 guests present. Alice gave the invocation and Eric led us in the pledge. Laurie welcomed everyone to the meeting.

One of our guests was Joyce Franklin, the National Exchange Club Regional Vice President. Her territory is Alabama, Florida and Puerto Rico. She has visited this club a number of times, in the past. Today she talked about her position with Exchange and that she will be running for National President-Elect. She let us know how proud of this club she is and thanked us many times for the good work we do, the number of members we have, the tenure of the members and the spirit of the club. She says "Keep Up The Good Work".

Our second guest was Jenny Frederick, another familiar face. She is our District Director. She shared information about the Exchange Club of Indian River Foundation. They are hosting "Painting with a Twist" on Thursday, December 1st from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at Ryanwood Plaza to help raise awareness and funds for the prevention of child abuse, while having a little fun. She also gave us information about the "All Exchange Annual Holiday Party", which will be held on Saturday, December 17th from 6:00 to 10:00 pm at the Historic Dodgertown Conference Center. The charge is $35.00 per person.

The club members received updates on Child Abuse Prevention; we are providing Christmas gifts for the New Futures Group. They are the older teens that often get left out at Christmas. The club decided that each member could purchase gifts, as listed on their "Wish List" or could donate money so Cindy could pick up items for gifts.

Joe discussed the Club Website and an up-date on Facebook. Everyone, please take a minute and look at what he has accomplished for the club. Go to www.tcexchangeclub.org.

Laurie went over up-dates on the Golf Fundraiser, as Kathy was not able to speak well. The up-coming golf tournament will be a shamble not a scramble and is limited to the first 100 players. The golf packages are being printed and a sponsor can use their donation as a tax deduction. Kathy did ask Kim to organize volunteers for the golf tournament.

Sam and several club members gave out flags at the Veterans Day Ceremony on November 11th. Thanks to all of you that were able to help.

Kim shared with the club members that the Youth Guidance Exchange Excel Pathfinders will have their third installation on November 30th at 5:30 pm. This is the "End of Semester Award Ceremony and Dinner". Since this club supports the Excel Pathfinders, Kim asked that as many of us that can attend, please do so. The location of the ceremony is at the Intergenerational Center located at 1590 9th Street SW, Vero Beach, 32968. Please R.S.V.P. by November 28th to Holly Forde at the Youth Guidance Office. Please call 772-77-5040 or 772-501-7205.

The last meeting of 2016 will be on December 15th, at CJ Cannons, as usual. This will be our Christmas lunch. We will not be drawing for Christmas gifts this year, but will do the regular 50/50.

Eric let us know that there will be two Christmas functions at the airport; one on December 2nd and one on December 9th. More information will be shared.

Eric and Sam informed the club that Sam Kouns, Colonel U.S. Army (Retired) will be our guest at the December 15th meeting. He will accept a donation from our cub to the Veterans Council, in recognition of "One Nation Under God" month.

Donna Leemon got married over the November 12th weekend, CONGRATULATIONS!!!!! She is now Donna D'Alfonso.

Donna did remind us about the up-coming fundraiser for St. Baldric. We can start to do fundraisers to get ready for this project. She will share more information with the club. PSSSSST....John D'Albora will be the club member to get his head shaved. I imagine he will be as handsome without hair, as he is now.

The new Donna D won the 50/50.

The meeting adjourned at 1:06 pm.

Respectfully Submitted,

Alice W Gaskill
Secretary

THE EXCHANGE CLUB OF THE TREASURE COAST
CLUB 2493 - DIVISION 2 - DISTRICT 5
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2016
MINUTES OF THE GENERAL MEETING

The General Meeting of the Exchange Club of the Treasure Coast was brought to order at 12:04 pm by President, Laurie Collings at C J Cannons. Alice gave the invocation and Eric led us in the pledge. There were 11 members and 4 guests present. Laurie welcomed everyone to the meeting.

Our guests today were Marie Blanchard, a guest of Leslie; Ron, Laurie's dad; Doug Borrie and Darlene Medeiros from Youth Guidance.

Doug and Darlene, the new Mentor Coordinator, gave a wonderful presentation through a power point. They shared items of interest about the youth, the programs; old and new, the Excel Club, the accomplishments and the appreciation from all that are involved with Youth Guidance. They discussed the need for group mentors. This club is going to take a closer look at the group mentors need and discuss it with our members.

Cindy gave us an update on the "Making Christmas Bright" project. This club will provide items for the Guardians for New Futures group. These are the older youths, who so often get left out. Cindy provided the members with a gift list. The items were for girls, for boys and unisex. The items include nail polish, perfume, jewelry, hair products, etc for the girls; wallets, footballs, men's after shave, books, ball caps, etc for the boys and headphones, movie passes, note cards, board games, etc for the unisex. The members can purchase the items or make a donation at the next club meeting so someone can go and purchase the items. This does included all four counties for Devereaux and some of the other Exchange Clubs. Thursday, December 1st is when we turn in the items to Cindy. Kim suggested that we track the items and the cost for this project.

The Day of Service projects went very well. This club along with the Indian River Club worked at Habitat for Humanity. Some worked at the "ReStore" and some worked at the construction site. The project was very worthwhile and Habitat was glad we participated. The Excel Club was part of the PAWrade at Dogs For Life.

Kathy gave us an update on the upcoming Golf Tournament fundraiser, which is in June of 2017. Forms are being prepared, sponsors are being contacted and information about the tournament can be found on our website.

Thanks to Joe the website is up and running. "It Is Alive"

Laurie shared some of the other projects going on; such as the HR Association had a function at Riverside Theatre and it was a wonderful venue. She thanked Jon Moses. The presentation to the Firefighter of the Year was a happy project and we did the presentation at the Fire Station. Today is also the Samartian Center's Soup Bowl fundraiser. Laurie suggested that the members stop by one of the locations and pick up soup for dinner. The December 17th Christmas Party will be at Dodgertown, with other clubs. More information will be given at our next meeting. The Christmas Parade will be December 3rd on the Oceanside. Sam will be at Memorial Island, Friday, November 11th, Veteran's Day at 8:00 am to give out Exchange Club flags.

Leslie won the 50/50 raffle drawing.

The meeting adjourned at 1:00 pm

Respectfully submitted,
Alice W Gaskill

EXCHANGE CLUB OF THE TREASURE COAST
CLUB 2493 - DIVISION 2 - DISTRICT 5
OCTOBER 20, 2016
MINUTES OF GENERAL MEETING

The General Meeting of the Exchange Club of the Treasure Coast was called to order at 12:05 pm, by President, Laurie Collings at C J Cannons. There were 12 members and no guests present. Alice gave the invocation and Eric led us in the pledge. Laurie welcomed everyone to the meeting.

Laurie announced that two of our key members are needing some time off. I personally, understand that, as just a few years ago, when I was really struggling with my health, I too, had to be away from the club. Donna K needs a break as she has been going fast and furious. Sometime you just have to look back and say, give me a minute to catch up. Meg Hickey needs to be on a leave of absence as she is putting a new business together, selling her own home and dealing with family issues. Both of you ladies please know you are in our thoughts and in our prayers. Come back when you are ready.

As we were going over past events it reminded us of how busy we are and how much we accomplish, as a smaller club. We are small in numbers but we are BIG in action. Just in September alone we accomplished four good projects and the momentum is continuing. September 3rd we enjoyed the first fundraiser, "Howl At The Moon"; September 10th some of our members participated in the "Tunnel To Towers"; September 17th was the Beach Clean Up with KIRB and September 24th our Exchange Excel Club had a car wash at the Marine Bank and Trust on US #1.

October started with a visit from Hurricane Matthew. Thank goodness he did not stay too long, but while he was here he created a mess. At one point we were expecting a Catagory 4 storm hitting us; however, God was with us and moved him a little more to the east so we only had to put up with a little of him. October 22nd is our Exchange National Day of Service. This club will be working with Habitat of Humanity. Part of the club will be on a construction site and part of the club will be working in the ReStore. The Indian River Club will be joining forces with us. It will be nice to fulfill our National Day of Service requirement together. On October 24th this cub will be presenting the "Firefighter of the Year" award to Christopher Matherly at Fire Station 8, which is located at 1115 Barber Street in Sebastian. We are to meet at the station before 2:00 pm, as the presentation will be at 2:00.

At today's meeting I meant to ask that each one of us take a moment, in silence, to remember the family of David Dangerfield. He was such a good person and will be missed by our community. As you are reading this please take a moment to bow your head, close your eyes and say a prayer. Thank You.

Kathy gave us a brief up-date on the 2017 Golf Tournament. Castle is the beneficiary. Kathy will get with Katie to let her know.

Joe has made some progress with the club website and is continuing to get it up and going.

Laurie informed the members that the 2017-2018 Committee Chairs will be the Board of Directors. The President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer will still be part of the Board.

Laurie also reminded us about the reception for Charlie Pope, who is retiring from Youth Sailing. It is Sunday, November 13, 2016 at the Vero Beach Yacht Club from 5:00 to 7:00 PM. You must RSVP and it costs $30.00 for heavy hors d'oeuvres and soft drinks. There is a cash bar. If you have any additional questions please contact Stu Keilier at 410-703-8660.

Eric gave everyone a new business card showing the new Vero Beach Regional Airport logo.

Cindy said that the Making Christmas Bright project through Devereux will be a group home. The ages of the children range from 4 months to 8 years old. Her place of business, Harbor Insurance, is partnering with this club in this project. The members are thinking of ways we can give a little more since the employees of Harbor Insurance have already stepped up and will be purchasing a number of the gift suggestions.

Robert won the 50/50.

The meeting adjourned at 1:02 pm.

Respectfully Submitted,

Alice W Gaskill
Secretary

Meeting Minutes

EXCHANGE CLUB OF THE TREASURE COAST
CLUB 2493 - DIVISION 2 - DISTRICT 5
OCTOBER 6, 2016
MINUTES OF THE GENERAL MEETING

The General Meeting of the Exchange Club of the Treasure Coast was cancelled due to Hurricane Matthew coming to our area. We did not have a direct hit; however the outer bands did some damage in our area.
The next meeting will be the Board Meeting on Thursday, October 13, 2016 at noon at CJ Cannons.

Respectfully Submitted,
Alice W Gaskill
Secretary

THE EXCHANGE CLUB OF THE TREASURE COAST
CLUB 2493 - DIVISION 2 - DISTRICT 5
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2016
MINUTES OF THE GENERAL MEETING

The General Meeting of the Exchange Club of the Treasure Coast was cancelled due to the Chamber of Commerce is having their annual Private Industry Appreciation Luncheon on this date.

Respectfully Submitted,
Alice W Gaskill, Secretary

THE EXCHANGE CLUB OF THE TREASURE COAST
CLUB 2493 - DIVISION 2 - DISTRICT 5
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2016
MINUTES OF THE GENERAL MEETING

The General Meeting of the Exchange Club of the Treasure Coast was called to order at 12:00 noon at C J Cannons by President Laurie. Alice gave the invocation and Eric led us in the pledge. There were 17 members and two guests present. Laurie welcomed everyone to the meeting.

The speakers were Andrea Berry, the Interim Executive Director from Indian River County Healthy Start and Brieanna from Healthy Families of IRC. The Mission of I R Co Healthy Start is to offer a broad spectrum of programs to assure every pregnant woman and their young children receive necessary healthcare and support services. The Vision is that all babies in Indian River County be able to access and utilize services that maximize their health, growth and development. Some of the programs are Healthy Start Care Coordination, Parents As Teachers, Belly Beautiful, Mom Care, TLC Newborn and Healthy Families of IRC. Brieanna is the Program Manager for Healthy Families of IRC. The main topic discussed at this meeting was "Safe Sleep For Your Baby". September is the National Baby Safety Month so these ladies fit right in. There were a number of good questions with great answers.

Current events and happenings were discussed by Laurie and Committee Chairs. Saturday, September 3rd is our first fundraiser; it is "Howl At The Moon" at the Riverside Theatre. The next project is Tunnel to Towers on Saturday, September 10th and Saturday, September 17th is the Beach Clean Up with KIRB at South Beach....wow, what a wild and crazy month!

The Board will meet on Thursday, September 8th; however, Laurie reminded us that there will not be a meeting on Thursday, September 15th as that is the day of the Chamber Private Industry Appreciation Luncheon and so many of our members will be attending that.

Kim asked that any "Thank You" Letters the club receives be given to her as she can present them at her District Meetings and the club will receive recognition. Kim also shared that the Youth Guidance Excel Club will have a car wash on September 24th at the US 1 location of Marine Bank and Trust. Get your car washed to support the Treasure Coast Exchange Excel Club. Kim gave us a "Save The Date" for the 2016 Black & White Masquerade which will be on Saturday, October 15, 2016 at 6 PM at the Vero Beach Country Club. She did share that she has applied to become part of the Guardian ad Litem. I know a number of our members were interested. What a wonderful group of people we have in our club!

Donna K passed around a sign-up sheet for the October National Day of Service project which is on Saturday, October 22, 2016 at the Habitat for Humanity. More info to follow.

Leslie gave us a flyer about the Public Forum, "The Florida Medical Marijuana Legalization Initiative (Amendment 2)". The Forum will be held tonight from 7 PM to 8:30 PM at the Fellsmere Old School Auditorium.

Sam let us know that the Dogs For Life has contacted him about our club partnering with them. Kim mentioned that the Excel Club is going to be at the PAWrade. More info to follow.

Cindy let us know that she took a tour of CASTLE. They will be contacting the club about speaking again and they are going to be the beneficiary of the proceeds from the 2017 golf tournament.

Donna K won the 50/50.

The meeting was adjourned at 1:00 PM.

Respectfully submitted,
Alice W. Gaskill, Secretary

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