RINCON ROTARY ZOOM MEETING
March 4, 2021
We had 18 members in attendance.
On March 9 at 5:30pm on Zoom, the District is sharing the Rotary International Covid-19 Task Force focused on how Rotary is dealing with the pandemic.
On March 11, we will hold our Club vote on the incoming club Board.
On March 25, we do not have a formal meeting but members are invited to meet for lunch
at Bistro 44 on the patio at noon. Space is limited so please contact Wendy for a reservation. Guests are welcome.
The Rotary Leadership Institute virtual training is coming up in April for all Rotarians. Go to www.rotaryd5500.org for information.
The Ride To End Polio scheduled for April 10 has been canceled. The November 20 event is still on schedule.
The District Conference for June has been canceled; it will be held virtually so stay tuned for more information.
The Rotary International Convention in Taipei will be virtual instead of in-person.
Rocky is asking every member to submit the name of a potential member so he can contact them when we’re ready to start meeting in person and/or having social events.
We have supported 12 classrooms for a total of $4100. We also received another generous donation from Dave Rickert’s daughter. We have one project, an outdoor Mud Kitchen, is on order for Vail Community Programs at Sycamore Elementary.
February was our Blue Can project but we will still accept donations. Contact Wendy with any questions. For March, we are working on a Peace Project at the Tanque Verde Elementary School as an expansion of their Bens Bells “Be Kind” project and tying in with the Peace Pole we planted at the school
We had a presentation on RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards) from Wendy Hobbs, a former RYLA Program Chair, Candace Lansberry, District Youth Services Chair, and video reports from two RYLA participants, Janina Lee and Emma Kalway.