Weekly Member News

Weekly Member News

Last Updated: 1/11/19

Host Homes Needed

The Eugene Youth Exchange orientation weekend is approaching and we are in need of families to host the exchange students during their weekend visit. Here are the details:

What: Orientation for the inbound and outbound Rotary Youth Exchange students
When: January 11-13. Students will arrive at 6pm on Friday
Where: The students will need transportation to/from Agnes Stewart Middle School in Springfield (900 S 32nd St, Springfield, OR 97478)

Host families will be responsible for dinner Friday, breakfast/dinner on Saturday, and breakfast on Sunday. Each family can take 3-4 students (or more!) for the weekend and the students will be bringing sleeping bags/pillows (they are usually happy to sleep anywhere, including the floor). This is a really fun way to meet some of the students and learn about their cultures without the 3 month host family commitment. If you’re able to host please let Kate Stokes know how many students you can host and what gender you prefer ASAP.

Kate Stokes
katestokes85@gmail.com
541-735-2017

Bruce Shaw Scholarship

If you would like to make a tax-deductible gift to the Bruce Shaw Scholarship fund, you can write a check to:

Southtowne Rotary Foundation–Shaw Fund
(or SRF-Shaw Fund) and mail it to
The Southtowne Rotary Foundation
P.O. Box 5158
Eugene 97405

You can also hand a check to a SRF board member. If you would like to use
your credit card at a meeting to make a donation the donation charge must be
done separate from your lunch charge (two transactions) and please mark on
the copy you sign SRF-Shaw Fund.

Food Box Assembly and Delivery Schedule for 2018-19 Rotary Year

All assemblies will take place on Monday evening at 5:30 in the Meyer garage unless otherwise noted.

  • December 17 * Holiday Boxes
  • January 7
  • January 21
  • February 4
  • February 18
  • March 4
  • March 18
  • April 1
  • April 15
  • April 29
  • May 6
  • May 20

Did You Know? Everyone Pays at Lunch

Yes, everyone at the meeting has to pay something! If a member doesn’t have lunch, there is still a minimum requirement of $5, which includes the coffee and dessert.

Southtowne Birthdays & Membership Anniversaries

JANUARY BIRTHDAYS
1 — Pat Miller
1 — John Pfanner
6 — Ray Schneidmiller
8 — Cindy Bedell
8 — Nancy Hughes
8 — Andy Laird
12 — Rogelio Cassol
18 — Bert Toepel
23 — Dick Briggs
26 — Jarvis Simmons
28 — Mark Gissiner
30 — Matt Adams
30 — Susan Costa
30 — Ron Sticka

JANUARY MEMBERSHIP ANNIVERSARIES
Nick Balthrop, 2 yrs
Andy Dey, 3 yrs
Nick Forrest, 3 yrs
Richard Guske, honorary
Jim Helbling, honorary
Lonny King, 17 yrs
Mike Raz, 32 yrs
Ed St. Clair, 21 yrs
Kyle Williams, 3 yrs

FEBRUARY BIRTHDAYS
3 — Burnell Ambrose
6 — Don Steely
7 — Ted Stevens
12 — Walt Meyer
14 — Kate Stokes
27 — Tony Reyneke

FEBRUARY MEMBERSHIP ANNIVERSARIES
Felipe Alonso, 1 yr
Dick Briggs, 39 yrs
Rogelio Cassol, 3 yrs
Dee Dee Fasquel, 1 yr
Doug Mozan, 10 yrs
Paul Riess, 28 yrs
Bill Weir, 8 yrs
Anita Weiss, 3 yrs

MARCH BIRTHDAYS
8 — Steve Koester
12 — Barb Tull
18 — Deanna Rivera
20 — Sam Miller

MARCH MEMBERSHIP ANNIVERSARIES
Burnell Ambrose, 33+9=42 yrs*
John Brown, 35+9=44 yrs*
Willow Cordain, 2+1=3 yrs*
Kevin Kinports, 10 yrs
Steve Koester, 3 yrs
Andy Laird, 25 yrs
Jantzen Lloyd, 3 yrs
Pat Miller, 2 yrs
Travis Misfeldt, 10 yrs
John Pfanner, 7 yrs
Tony Reyneke, 2 yrs
Lee Schnabel, 3+5=8 yrs*
Bill Slattery, 40 yrs

*Member has transferred to Southtowne (first number) from another club.