January 26, 2004
This newsletter is later than usual, because I was in
The event will be
catered by the Aquavit Restaurant, which is rated by the Zagat Survey as
extraordinary to perfection for its food and very good to excellent for its
service. Invest in
Here is a list of all
You can also find our
We will eat delicious Swedish food. Here is the menu:
· A mini-smorgasbord served on a platter as appetizer, including herring and salmon.
· Absolut Vodka will be served with the appetizer.
· Swedish meatballs in cream sauce
· Beer and vine will be served with the meal.
· Swedish "Princess Cake" for desert
For those with special diet needs, vegetarian food and other food options can be pre-ordered in advance.
The Volvo Hall will be
decorated with beautiful Swedish posters, which are provided by the Swedish
Travel & Tourism Council. Scandinavian Airlines, SAS, has donated an Economy
Extra wide seat round trip ticket to
During the drinking of Absolut, we will learn a very popular traditional Swedish drinking song with the Swedish name "Helan Går," which in English means “The Whole Goes.” By the time we have finished our learning, we will all be able to sing this song in Swedish.
Very interesting speeches will be presented by the following two speakers:
Enroth is the Executive Director of Invest in Sweden Agency, U.S., which is a
Swedish government agency created to assist companies seeking to establish a
presence in Europe and Sweden by setting up manufacturing facilities, sales
offices, call centers, or research and development operations. In addition to
Gooss is the Chairman of the Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. in
You can read more about Erik and Hank’s impressive backgrounds in the latest Bulletin on the Internet at http://ussterilizer.com/bulletin_01-27-2004.pdf (click on the link). There are also other interesting things to read about in the latest Bulletin. Sandra Navidi has written a great report from our last meeting and Christ’l Dullaert is organizing a philosophy reading group. Read all about it in the Bulletin!
Last week, I told you that our Past President Helen Reisler has been nominated as District 7230 Governor for 2005-2006. Helen has since then received many congratulations from Rotarians around the world. Following are some of the messages congratulating Helen:
I so enjoy reading
your newsletter. I hope to come and stay at the
Could you please provide me with Helen's e-mail address? I'm so please to hear about her new position and would like to congratulate her.
It has been amazing to me how that one day at the NY Rotary Club in March 2002 impacted my life. New friends and a connection to the NY Fire Department that continues today.
Hope all is well with you. You are such a gift to the NYC club.
Thank you Pat, It is great to hear from you! Pat Mayfield visited our club on March 5, 2002 to donate $10,000 to our WTC Disaster Fund on behalf of her Rotary Club.
It is always a
pleasure each week to read your newsletter, and particularly this week, to hear
that Helen Reisler has been recommended as the 2005-2006 District Governor for
your Rotary District. I am thrilled!!! The memories of our "
PDG Larry Lunsford
District 6040 (north
Thank you Larry!
When Larry Lunsford was District 6040 Governor 2001-2002, he visited our
legendary Rotary Club on Foundation Day, December 4, 2001 together with
District 6060 Governor Bill Schuck. They presented a check of over $97,000 for
the WTC Disaster Relief Fund from Rotarians in
Helen also received congratulations from her colleagues on the Board of Directors of Rotary’s Global History Fellowship:
Congratulations! You are an excellent choice for District Governor.
Yours in Rotary,
Dr. Edward Blender
Rotary Regional Foundation Coordinator
Zone 25 2002-2004
Bravo Bravo Bravo!!!!
Carlos Garcia Calzada
Puerto Vallerto, Jal.
Thank you Eddie and Carlos!
Congratulate Helen on my behalf.
Thank you Heloisa!
Thank you Helen! I hope that your oral surgery today went well (she told me about it last Friday).
In response to all congratulations, Helen sent me the following message:
Thank you for sharing our latest "exciting news" with the rest of the Rotary World. I have already received many E-mails and phone calls of congratulations and support (including yours.) This certainly makes me proud. I will continue to do my very best to live up to the show of confidence when I become District Governor of District 7230 in 2005. I view it as an opportunity to inspire more clubs to feel the "Spirit of Rotary” and work together as a team for the good of humanity.
My thanks to all.
On December 12th last year, I had the pleasure of
meeting John Kirkwood from the Rotary Club of Jinja in
Many thanks for the
Life is hectic here -
we are trying to raise funds for the construction of the 6 room classroom
block, but so far no good news - we have to be patient and see what will come
and when we have had a meeting at the Tofta Office - sadly it appears that we
will not have any funding available to take on any new kids this year - despite
the enormous need - all the current funding is going into the kids already on
the programme. I thought about the comparison in values when I hired a
car for 5 days in
The College reopens on 2nd February for the 2004 academic year. We now have a web site at www.lordsmeade.org I hope you enjoy having a look at it.
With best wishes to
Yours in Rotary Service
P S Many thanks for the lift to the airport, and it was so good to meet you.
Thank you John! It is nice to hear from you. You can read more about John Kirkwood on our website at www.nyrotary.org/newsletter/Newsletter_12-15-2003.htm.
Peter Brizard, who has been a member of our Rotary Club since 2002 want to inform us about an office space next to his office that is available for rent:
The office next to mine is available for sublet from Mr. Joel Poormouth, who has another office next to mine. Joel asked if someone in my Rotary Club might be interested, and I said I would forward his advertisement to you to consider for inclusion in your Rotary email newsletter.
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