♦ Today's Program ♦

This is the Key Way for January 9, 2020.  The website would not allow me to update the date.
January 16, 2020 Program - John Barrett Township Manager from South Fayette.
January 9, 2020 program.
Today, Candy Magarius from Meals on Wheels spoke about the program.  Meals on Wheels covers several communities in the area all the way over to the Crafton Area.  Food is mainly sourced from Trader Joes, with help from Giant Eagle and Shop N Save. 
Food is distributed to Seniors over the age of 60. Meals are available 7 days a week.  The cost is $7.00.  If a person cannot afford the program, Meals on Wheels will try to find a sponsor for them. 
They are always looking for volunteers.  Volunteer cooks are there from 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM.  and delivery drivers start at 10:30 am and can end as late as 1:30pm.  There are 600 meals served a week with 13 routes covered during that time.  It's all done with three paid employees and the volunteers.  Again, they are always looking for volunteers if you can, please contact Candy.
The Students of the Month lunch will be January 30th.  We will be honoring the South Fayette winners from September, October, and November.
The Harry W. Buzzato scholarship luncheon will be held on WEDNESDAY April 15, 2020 at Bethany Church.
Breakfast meetings will begin the first Thursday of February. Details to follow.
We've added a few new members the last couple of months, please introduce yourself at future meetings.


Opportunity Sheet

What Committee Would You Like to Serve On?
Please think about a committee or two you would like to be on and what kinds of projects you would like to have the Club help you with. A board member will contact you to talk about how you can best serve and enjoy Rotary.
Committees include but are not limited to:  Membership, Foundation, Interact/Rotoract, our Scholarship Luncheon, Public Relations, Beneficiaries, Chili Cook Off, Speakers. Additional committees are formed to support new projects.
The Five Avenues of Rotary Service
Club Service focuses on making clubs strong. A thriving club is anchored by strong relationships and an active membership development plan.
Vocational Service calls on every Rotarian to work with integrity and contribute their expertise to the problems and needs of society. Learn more in An Introduction to Vocational Service and the Code of Conduct.
Community Service encourages every Rotarian to find ways to improve the quality of life for people in their communities and to serve the public interest. Learn more in Communities in Action: A Guide to Effective Projects.
International Service exemplifies our global reach in promoting peace and understanding. We support this service avenue by sponsoring or volunteering on international projects, seeking partners abroad at home.
Youth Service recognizes the importance of empowering youth and young professionals through leadership development programs such as Rotaract (College), Interact (High School), Rotary Youth Leadership Awards, and Rotary Youth Exchange
For new members:  Make sure: 1. your profile is up-to-date on our website, <>; 2. you are getting your Rotarian Magazine; 3. you copy your membership number off the magazine label and keep it handy; you register on the international site at <> to take full advantage of Rotary and how it can help you.  If you haven’t checked out the site in a while, take a look to see how Rotary International is branding itself and what’s new.
Thanks, Everyone.




"Student of the Month" . . .  Joe has volunteered to organize an ongoing program that would allow our club to publicly recognize a student of the month from among the CV high school students.  Joe is meeting with representatives from CV and South Fayette this week. 

 ♦ This Rotary Week ♦

Visiting Rotarians: Carnegie Rotary members.
Other Visitors:  
Rotarians in Attendance: Bert, Bill, John, Devlin, Tom, Dave D, Glenn, TAD, Tara, Eric, Joe, Bill P


Trivia Question of the Week . . .

How much was the first gift presented by the The Rotary Foundation?
The first person to e-mail the correct answer to Glenn Schillo wins three 50/50 tickets (A $2.00 Value) and the respect of all involved (Priceless).
Officers & Directors
Vice President
Rotary Foundation
The Prez Sez . . .

Greetings All,

Lots of good stuff coming up. Please try to attend if you can.  John Barrett on January 16.  Student of the Month on January 30.




Watch Your Wallets!

Lates . . .  None
No Pins/Badges . . . None
Fines . . .  None.  
Happy Bucks
50/50 Drawing . . .
POT - $600+
 Member from Carnegie Ace of Clubs  $15
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Michael Tolmer
January 27
Spouse Birthdays
Robin Schillo
January 8
Join Date
Roy Zoog
January 1, 1900
120 years
Tad Dougherty
January 1, 1900
120 years
Thomas Takach
January 1, 1900
120 years
Michael Tolmer
January 10, 2019
1 year
Speakers List
Please provide a speaker for your assigned date. Please try to fill your date and not move assignments. If you have a speaker opportunity for a different date than your assignment or need help getting a speaker please contact Glenn at 412-498-2029. If you know who will be your speaker in advance of your date please contact Bill 412-221-7010 so that we can update the bulletin.
Jan 16, 2020
Introduction of John to the Club and Township Overview
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The Rotary Club of Bridgeville - South Fayette, Pennsylvania, USA
Meets at noon on Thursdays at Walnut Grill