Bulletin Editor
Rudi Andalora
Sep 05, 2022
No Noon Meeting
Sep 12, 2022
County Veterans Services Director
Sep 19, 2022
Crown Street Roasting
Sep 26, 2022
DEI Committee Presentation
Oct 03, 2022
Oct 10, 2022
No Noon Meeting
Oct 24, 2022
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Make Up Opportunities 
AM CLUB Hybrid meetings at Venue 31 - Meetings at 7:30 on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month.
FALCONER — Meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month at 7 AM at the Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History located at 311 Curtis Street in Jamestown, New York
WESTFIELD / MAYVILLE — Currently meeting on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month at 5pm via ZOOM. Contact Janese Berkhouse at 716-397-8801 for Zoom details.
Meet Thursdays at 12:00 PM - Zoom Teleconfrence Meetings - Effective until further notice - Fredonia, NY 14063
Committee meetings or social events can also be used as make-ups.
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August 22, 2022 - Rotary Meeting

Today’s Chairman: President John Healy led the 4 Way Test

Weather: Sunny

Invocation: Thank you Sue Jones for continuing to bring us messages of peace and inspiring words of Rotary fellowship that keep us going in the world.

Visiting Rotarians and Guests: President Elect Ruth Lundin announced a visiting guest Sean Jones, accompanied by Chris Anderson. Hadley Weinberg and Alex Sharp were guests of Dan Heitzenrater.

Cheri Krull also accompanied youth exchange students. Joah Molholm from Denmark is our 2022-23 Rotary International exchange student currently staying with the Cama family and Chris Anderson is his counselor. If you are interested in being a member of the youth exchange committee, please reach out to Cheri or Chris. Soren Kyser from Bemus Point, is leaving for France sponsored by a Buffalo Club and Josie Mason, selected to be a Rotary exchange student 3 years ago, now gets to leave for Spain. We are excited to be sending Josie and excited to support Soren on their new journeys.


Rudi Andalora is reporting for Rotarily Yours.
Monday August 29th, Rotary golf classic, there are over
20 teams set and still looking for sponsors. Contact Mike BIRD to sign up or include new sponsors. Contact Lisa Goodell to sign up just for the dinner.
Melissa Meyers has volunteered to update new name badges or correct yours if needed.
Our weekly meetings will resume Monday September 12th in lieu of the golf classic as well as Labor Day observance.
September 1st, Vision committee hybrid meeting 12:00pm at CRCF
September 6th, DEI committee hybrid meeting 12:00pm at CRCF

50/50 DRAWING - Our guest speaker drew the 50/50 - $45 to the winner! Guest Sean Jones!

Sergeant at Arms: Doug Conroe
Doug gave a shout out to the Reunion Class of ‘76.
Program speakers educate rather than “arguing” over climate change.
Kathy Burch mentioned new employee Mrs. Niles (grants writer) at CRCF.
Happy Bucks:
Dollars were paid for the class of 1976 and for the rain and for Alex Sharp, an Intern student from St. Bonaventure University.
Greg Edwards, CEO of the Gebbie Foundation
Tory Irgang was happy to introduce Greg Edwards, CEO of the Gebbie Foundation since 2013. Best known for his prior service as Chautauqua County Executive and for being an attorney in our community for 18 years. He was a founding member of the AM Rotary Club. Edwards is a graduate of Allegheny College and the University of Toledo Law School.
For a detailed view of today’s speaker presentation please visit Jamestown Rotary Club on YouTube   
Greg Edwards represented the Chadakoin River Development in part with the Gebbie Foundation. The success of the first urban design plan has prompted a new plan, Urban Design plan 2.0. The focus is now in and around the river basin of the Chadakoin River.
The goals are to increase the use of the basin for kayaking, paddle boarding and other non-motorized boating activities. The supporting use of the parklands can also lend to festivals, performances, events, and celebrations. This new plan is becoming our own Jamestown version of the Buffalo CanalSide, with the goal of creating a destination that can be enjoyed and leveraged for economic development.
A donation was made in Greg’s name to help vaccinate children against polio.