Monday, July 17, 2017

ROTARY WEEK VOL 4 NO 40


THE  ROTARY PROGRAM  (JULY 19) WAS GIVEN BY LUKE BENTLEY, THE
NEW VARSITY VOLLEYBALL COACH AT MAQUOKETA HIGH SCHOOL.
HE IS A NATIVE OF CHICAGO.   HE ATTENDED COLLEGE IN INDIANA AND MISSOURI.
HE HAS COACHED IN MISSOURI AND WILL CONTINUE AS THE COACH OF THE CLARK UNIVERSITY VARSITY MEN'S TEAM.    HE LIVES IN DUBUQUE.   THE OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL SEASON IN MAQUOKETA GETS UNDERWAY IN AUGUST.
THE SEASON FOR CLARK UNIVERSITY IS IN THE SPRING WHICH ALLOWS
HIM TO COACH BOTH MAQUOKETA AND CLARK TEAMS.


GUESTS AT ROTARY JULY 19TH, SALLY AND BILL SCHROEDER.
BILL IS OLDEST SON OF ASHER AND SALLY IS THE PRESIDENT OF THE
ANKENY, IOWA ROTARY CLUB, A LARGE AND ACTIVE CLUB IN A POPULAR
AND GROWING CITY.    BILL IS A CPA AND SALLY AN RN AND THEY HAVE
TWO CHILDREN.      RECOGNIZE THE TWO HEADS NOT FACING CAMERA?
FELLOW ROTARIANS KEN WRIGHT ON LEFT AND TED MAZE ON RIGHT.


THIS YOUNG LADY (WAS A GUEST OF ROTARY) IS A CAMP COUNSELOR
AT CAMP SHALOM NORTHEWEST OF MAQUOKETA.   HAD BEEN THERE
ABOUT  FIVE  YEARS AND SAYS THEY ARE HAVING A VERY GOOD
SUMMER AT THE CAMP.  HER BOSS IS FELLOW ROTARIAN TOM BLEY.

SIGN-UP IS GONG WELL FOR THE 3RD ANNUAL MAQUOKETA ROTARY
CLUB   "REVERSE RAFFLE"  NIGHT ON SEPTEMBER 14TH, ACCORDING
TO CHAIRMAN JACK HASKEN.    IT WILL AGAIN BE HELD AT THE
CENTERSTONE INN AND SUITES AT THE SOUTH EDGE OF MAQUOKETA AND
THIS YEAR WILL BE HELD ON A THURSDAY NIGHT, INSTEAD OF FRIDAY.
IT IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC AND THE COST FOR THE GREAT MEAL AND
REVERSE RAFFLE TICKET IS $50.   SOMEONE MIGHT GO HOME WITH $2,000.
A FUN NIGHT, EXPECTED TO BE A NEAR SELL OUT AGAIN.    THE
MAQUOKETA ROTARY CLUB BIGGEST FUNDRAISER OF THE YEAR.
PROCEEDS WILL GO TOWARDS THE NEW EXTENSION BUILDING ON THE
FAIRGROUNDS AND THE NEW AG BUILDING AT THE HIGH SCHOOL AND
FOR ROTARY SCHOLARSHIPS.       IT WILL AGAIN BE AN EXCITING AND
FUN NIGHT.
CALL JACK HASKEN FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TICKETS (YOU CAN
PURCHASE A TABLE OF 8 IF YOU LIKE)...AT HIS COMPANY, JACKSON
MANUFACTURING IN MAQUOKETA....563-652-2222.










































Monday, July 10, 2017

ROTARY WEEK VOL 4 NO 39


THE NEW DISTRICT GOVERNOR WILL   BE VISITING US AT OUR NOON
MEETING ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 26TH.





 

Monday, July 3, 2017

ROTARY WEEK VOL 4 NO 38


SUNDAY, IN THE DUBUQUE TELEGRAPH HERALD, THERE WAS A NICE
COLOR PHOTO OF FELLOW ROTARIAN ASHER SCHROEDER AND A STORY
ABOUT HIM ALSO.....THE FRONT PAGE.   BELOW, THE PHOTO AND THE
PART OF STORY ON FRONT

TODAY, JULY 5TH, WAS SALLY'S LAST DAY AS PRESIDENT.   ABOUT TIME!!
JUST KIDDING.    SHE BROUGHT UP HER BOARD TO GIVE EACH A  GOODIE
BAG AND THANK THEM.   NOT IN PHOTO, TREASURER ASHER SCHROEDER WHO ELECTED TO STAY AT HIS CHAIR.   
LEFT TO RIGHT, JACK HASKIN, SALLY, CLYDE HARPER, NEW PRESIDENT
BRIAN SPANNAGEL, AND MARLA FRANZEN.
BACK TO THE CAMERA, TOM BLEY.
PRESIDENT SALLY SWEARING IN NEW PRESIDENT BRIAN.    SALLY LOOKS LIKE SHE IS PRAYING.    BRIAN LOOKS LIKE HE IS THINKING HE MAY NEED
HER PRAYERS IN HIS NEW JOB.   
SALLY TOOK OVER AS PRESIDENT TWO YEARS AGO, AFTER BEING A
ROTARIAN JUST 2 MONTHS.   A PRESIDENT DOES NOT HAVE TO SERVE TWO YEARS.....ONLY ONE IS THE NORM.
EARLIER IN MEETING, TREASURER ASHER SCHROEDER TURNED OVER
THE BOOKS TO NEW TREASURER JACOB BELLINGS.    ASHER HAS HAD THAT
JOB A LONG, LONG TIME.    MAINLY BECAUSE HE DID  SUCH A GREAT JOB.





















Tuesday, June 27, 2017

ROTARY WEEK VOL 4 NO 37


THE LAST MEETING FOR PRESIDENT 
SALLY IS THIS WEDNESDAY....
ENDING TWO BIG YEARS
OF FUN AND GROWTH
THANK YOU
SALLY!

SALLY GAVE THE PROGRAM TODAY ON DEMENTIA AND AFTER, THE CLUB PRESENTED HER WITH A BOUQUET OF FLOWERS AND A DESK PEN HOLDER AND ENGRAVED CLOCK.    NEXT WEEK, SHE WILL OPEN THE MEETING AND PRESENT THE GAVEL TO NEW PRESIDENT BRIAN SPANNAGEL.

ICE CREAM AT THE MEETING TODAY, LEFT OVER
  FROM THE ICE CREAM SOCIAL LAST WEDNESDAY.





















Thursday, June 22, 2017

ROTARY WEEK VOL 4 NO 36


THE ICE CREAM AND CAKE SOCIAL AND BAND CONCERT WAS 
HELD AS SCHEDULED AT THE FAIRGROUNDS, LAST NIGHT.
BECAUSE OF THREATENING WEATHER, ATTENDANCE WAS DOWN
QUITE A BIT....NO MORE THAN 75.   BUT I'M SURE THEY ENJOYED THEMSELVES...THE HOME MADE CAKE AND THE MUSIC.
FIRST TIME WE HAD CAKES LEFT OVER.
THANKS AGAIN TO TED MAZE FOR HEADING IT UP.   
A LOT OF PHOTOS WERE TAKEN THERE AND CAN BE SEEN ON
THE KMAQ JUNE 22ND DAILY REPORT.   GO TO KMAQ HOME PAGE..
WWW.KMAQ.COM AND CLICK-ON THE DAILY REPORT. 







Tuesday, June 13, 2017

ROTARY WEEK VOL 4 NO 35


   YOU HOT THESE DAYS?

  IT'S COOL TO BE A ROTARIAN!


TAYLOR REED.......
PHARMACIST AT OSTERHAUS PHARMACY.   HE SPOKE AT ROTARY TODAY AND TAYLOR, WITH A "DOCTORS" DEGREE, IS HERE IN MAQUOKETA FOR A YEAR, TO LEARN MORE.   AN INTERESTING PROGRAM ON PHARMACY BUSINESS AND PRESCRIPTION DRUGS.














Monday, June 5, 2017

ROTARY WEEK VOL 4 NO 34

ROTARIANS...BE THERE AT 5...SENIORS ARRIVE AT 5:30...WE START SERVING THEM IMMEDIATELY AND THE TIMBER CITY BAND DIRECTED BY JAY KAHN STARTS PLAYING AT 6 P.M.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21 AT THE FAIRGROUNDS.    IN CHARGE , ROTARIAN TED MAZE. 
THE GUEST SPEAKER TODAY (6-7-17) WAS JEREMY VENENGA, A NEW 
MEMBER OF MAQUOKETA ROTARY.
HE HAS THE EDWARD JONES OFFICE
AT 807 W. PLATT AND ASSUMED 
HIS POSITION WHEN FELLOW ROTARIAN CLYDE HARPER RETIRED.
JEREMY WAS IN INDUSTRY BEFORE 
GOING WITH EDWARD JONES ABOUT FIVE YEARS AGO.    HE IS A FINANCIAL
ADVISOR FOCUSING ON INVESTORS SAVINGS FOR RETIREMENT OR FOR
THOSE ALREADY RETIRED.   ALSO
HAS COLLEGE SAVER PLANS, INSURANCE NEEDS FOR INDIVIDUALS
AND FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH ESTATE
NEEDS.    HE JOINED ROTARY BECAUSE HE LIKES THE WAY ROTARY
DOES THINGS FOR THE COMMUNITY.