Rotary Club of St. Louis – Club 11
There have been many songs sung at Rotary Meetings over the years but probably the one
that has been sung the most often it the ROTARY song. Here are the lyrics:
R-O-T-A-R-Y, that spells Rotary.
R-O-T-A-R-Y, is one big family
From north to south,
and east to west,
He profits most who serves the best,
R-O-T-A-R-Y, that spells Rotary
There are additional
lyrics I am sure but I wanted to put this out there so you will be singing this
song throughout the week.
The Four-Way Test
of the things we think, say or do
1. Is it the truth?
2. Is it fair to all concerned?
3. Will it build goodwill and better
4. Will it be beneficial to all
BE PROUD TO BE A ROTARIAN
ESPECIALLY A ROTARIAN IN THE ROTARY CLUB OF ST. LOUIS
“All of us are born with a set of instinctive fears – of falling, of the dark, of lobsters, of falling on lobsters in the
dark, of speaking before a Rotary Club, and of the words “Some Assembly Required”.
Dave Barry (1984).
As we have consistently done with our Club and our Meetings, we will continue to follow the guidelines set by the
City of St. Louis and the Missouri Athletic Club (Our meeting site) while having a safe environment.
As we come out of the COVID 19 this year, let’s try to work adding to our membership. If everyone just asks one
close friend or business associate, we will be able to grow in 2021.
Pass on information
about our club and about Rotary to your friends, send the Pepperbox to them,
Like and Share on Social Media. We really do have a great club, let’s not be
afraid to tell the WORLD.
MAKES ME PROUD TO BE A ROTARIAN IN THE ROTARY CLUB OF ST. LOUIS
Scott Carver March 8th
Howard Bolton March 10th
Sean Smith March 10th
Mike Conway March 10th
Anniversaries March 7th – March 13th
Richard Losciale 13 years March 8th
Philip Polster 52 years March 12th
On Thursday March 4th, our club celebrated Engineers Day. Although we did not have as many guest engineers attending, we did have an outstanding program with Dr. Joel Burken, Missouri S&T Curators
Distinguished Professor. He spoke about campus live in Rolla during the last 12 months, during the Covid 19 pandemic.
This Thursday we will have Emma Klues, VP of Communication and Outreach at Great Rivers Greenway. She will make her presentation via zoom. This is an exciting project that will be an asset the area can be proud of. Be sure
to attend for Emma’s program. Past President Bob Garagiola will be running the meeting this week
If you missed last week’s meeting or any meeting you can watch the recording of the zoom presentation by clicking on the link in the Pepperbox.
We are continuing to work to make the zoom presentations better every week. Please let Joan know if you have and suggestions and she will pass them on to the MAC who is handling the production of the video.
ZOOM BROADCAST WILL CONTINUE FOR AT
LEAST UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE FOR THOSE THAT CANNOT MAKE THE MEETINGS IN PERSON.
READ THE PEPPERBOX
PLEASE CONTINUE TO WORK AT BEING HEALTHY DURING THESE TRYING TIMES AND ALWAYS DO WHAT YOU THINK IS GOOD FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.
A ROTARIAN IN THE ROTARY CLUB OF ST. LOUIS
Finally, if you have questions, concerns, or ideas regarding Club 11 please contact either me or our office
My e-mail is:
Rotary Club of St. Louis
President Kent Steinbrueck