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Denise Scotto, who recently joined our legendary Rotary Club, wrote the Reporter of the Week in the Bulletin about our last meeting. Thank you Denise, for a very entertaining and informative report about futurist David Zachís speech. David Zach is also a Rotarian and during his speech he recommended that people join Rotary in the future. It is a great way to develop friendships. David thought that Rotary has a great future.
Last week, I told you that we had a great Evening of Harmony at the National Arts Club and everybody had a good time. President Greg gave a wonderful speech, which you can now read on our website at http://www.nyrotary.org/president_greg/evening_of_harmony.htm. New York Rotary Director Lou DiPaolo has now published even more photos from the Evening of Harmony. You can see them on the Internet at www.ofoto.com/ShareLandingSignin.jsp?Uc=w425h8f.53b9trv3&Uy=ctbyzw&Upost_signin=BrowsePhotos.jsp?showSlide=true&Ux=1.
After many unsuccessful attempts by our Rotarians, I did not believe that anybody was going to win the Raffle Jackpot, but at the last meeting Tsugo Endo, who has been a member of our legendary Rotary Club since 1975, won the big Jackpot. Congratulations Tsugo!
The Bulletin invites us to the Annual Fundraiser of Gruppo Ristoranto Italiani on November 11th. You can read more about it in the Weekly Bulletin.
We have Election Day on November 18th for the Board of Directors at our Rotary Club. You can find the Official Ballot for the Election of the Nominating Committee in the Bulletin. It is important that we all vote. Please fill out the Ballot and submit it to our office. You can also give it to Executive Director Andreas Runggatscher or Executive Secretary Ana Rivas at our next meeting.
The Bulletin announces the birthdays for Pat Mellea on November 3rd, Ger Frey on November 5th and Bonnie Mairs on November 6th. Happy Birthday to all of you!
John German is a pro bono volunteer and he is Director of Non-Profit Computing, Inc. since 1984. It is an all-volunteer organization best known for arranging thousands of computer donations per year worldwide. John is also Alternate Representative to the United Nations Member of the Board of Trustees People to People International (founded by President Eisenhower), which includes Committee on Disability. NGO (non-governmental organization) representative Technical Subgroup of the Ad Hoc Open-Ended Working Group on Informatics (informally, the Informatics Working Group). Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) United Nations. John also arranges volunteer consulting engagements worldwide. You can reach John at firstname.lastname@example.org or at our meetings. John was also featured as a speaker at our legendary Rotary Club on February 18th, 2003. You can read about Johnís speech in our February 18th issue of the Bulletin on our website at www.nyrotary.org/Bulletin/bulletin_02-18-2003.pdf.
At a recent New York Rotary meeting, I had the pleasure of sitting next to Carlett Nicole Subratie, who works with Firmwide Risk Technology at Goldman, Sachs & Co. After the meeting, I received the following message from Carlett:
I just wanted to say thank you for making me feel welcome today at lunch. It was a pleasure.
Would it be possible for you to add my personal email address to your mailing list so that I may learn more about the rotary club?
Carlett Nicole Subratie
Firmwide Risk Technology
Goldman, Sachs & Co.
It will be my pleasure to add you to our mailing list. I hope that you also will join Rotary.
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Ana at 212-633-1311. You can also fax in the RSVP form, which you can download
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