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Rotary District 6940
Official Newsletter
Serving Northwest Florida and the World
Sept/Oct 2014
Volume 101, Issue 1
Frederick Clifton
Moor Award
see page 12
What’s Inside?
Message from DG Dave Rauch.................... p. 2
Message from the Editor................................ p.3
Upcoming Events.............................................. p.4
District ‘News For You’..........................................6
Clubs in Action.......................................................9
District Club Directory...................................... 15
District 6940 Newsletter
Message from DG David Rauch
During this first quarter of the year as Governor,
Gretchen and I have enjoyed our travels across the
District. We thank the Rotarians’ and Rotary friends
for your warm welcome and great hospitality. We
both have made friends with whom we hope to
connect with for years to come. Both of us have
been awe struck by the diversity of beauty across the
region, and the talent and sincerity of our Rotarians
and Rotary friends.
Cultivating and mentoring the youth of our District
is as important to the health of our Rotary district
as it is to our economy. The number of Interact
Clubs continues to increase and the Rotaract clubs
in Pensacola and Tallahassee are expanding like
wildfire. Take every occasion to engage these
future Rotarians, in club meetings and projects.
Engagement is how we increase our impact on our
communities and strengthen our clubs.
We are also taking calculated steps to ensure
the future of the Rotary Youth Camp (RYC) and the
Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) programs.
Soon we hope to have a strategy and vision
that will guide and strengthen these important
programs for years to come. Watch for details of
our progress in upcoming newsletters and on social
media.
Speaking of social media, have you visited and
‘liked’ the District 6940 and your club’s Facebook
page yet? Facebook is your best communication tool
for keeping up with what is happening among the
clubs, at the district and with Rotary International.
We have concluded this Rotary year’s Foundation
and Grant training seminars. Thanks to all of the
clubs who sent representatives. It is not too early for
you to begin meeting with your clubs to explore or
refine ideas for your grant submissions.
In October, expect release of many details and
registration information for our District Conference
2015. Our conference committee is excited about
Rotary District 6940 Newsletter - Sept/Oct 2014
the venue, speakers and offerings of the weekend.
They are working diligently to make this conference
a fun family and memorable experience.
I want to thank all that have volunteered to
assist in the management and operation of the
district. We have a new District Newsletter Editor,
Assistant Governor Mark Viola, and for the first time
a District Rotary Fellowships Chairman, Rotarian
Steve Robinson. Send your news worthy items to
Mark, and watch for more information about Rotary
Fellowships from Steve.
Yours in Rotary Service,
District Governor Dave
DG Dave Rauch and his wife Gretchen
p. 2
District 6940 Newsletter
Message from the (New)sletter Editor
Dear Rotarians of District 6940,
It’s been a little while since you received
a district newsletter. There’s been some
changeover in responsibilities and DG
Dave asked me if I would be interested in
taking over this role.
I have to admit I said yes without really
thinking just how many clubs we have in
our district and the many good stories we
would like to showcase. But I can say I’ve
enjoyed this work so far and I hope you
enjoy this issue.
One of the first things I’m betting you will
notice is that the news included in this issue
ranges from up-to-the-minute to several
months old. Since the transition period for
finding a new newsletter editor took a bit
longer than I think anyone figured it would,
we haven’t had a newsletter since late
Spring, so there were a number of stories
submitted which never got in.
That’s not the fault of the local public
relations people, so I tried my best to get
everything that was forwarded to me
in this issue. If your news item or photo
somehow got lost among the numerous
forwarded e-mails, I apologize and ask that
you submit again for the next issue.
Hopefully, our next issue will come out
Rotary District 6940 Newsletter - Sept/Oct 2014
in early November. I have tentatively set a
news/photo deadline for Friday, Oct. 31, for
anything you wish to be included in that
issue with the plan that the newsletter will
reach you in the first week of November.
Please submit anything you would like
included, such as upcoming fund-raisers or
social events you’d like other clubs to know
about, as well as photos and reports from
your service projects and programs.
We can all learn from each other, and this
newsletter will hopefully be a way to share
ideas.
I would like to personally thank DG Dave
for entrusting me with his newsletter and
I look foward to reaching out across the
district with each upcoming issue.
Yours in Rotary Service,
Mark Viola
Perry Rotary Club
Submit photos, events
and reports to:
rotary6940newsletter@
gmail.com
And remember, you don’t have to wait until
the deadline to submit your information.
p. 3
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Upcoming Events
Sept. 25 5:30-7:30 p.m. Tallahassee Sunrise Polio Plus Cocktails for a Cause
Location: University Center Club, Doak Campbell Stadium,
Tallahassee, FL 32306
Join Tallahassee Sunrise as we have fun and raise funds
for Polio Plus with our first Annual Cocktails for a Cause.
Contact Terri Jackson at (8500 222-4014 or Terri@
jacksonfinancialgroup.biz)
Sept. 26 4:30-10 p.m. Sept. 27 2–10 p.m. Mid-Bay Rotary Oktoberfest Celebration
Location: Market Place Shopping Plaza in Bluewater Bay, Niceville, FL 32578
Enjoy Oktoberfest good food, music, singing, dancing and arts and crafts. Proceeds return to the community through various service projects. Admission is free!
Oct. 4
7 a.m.
Purple Pinkie Peanut 5K Run
Location: Downtown Williston, Heritage Park Gazebo
Pre-register through Sept. 19 to guarantee your event T-shirt! All proceeds will go directly to the Rotary Club of Williston’s service projects for 2014. After the race you can enjoy Williston’s 26th annual Peanut Festival right in Heritage Park.
Bring the family! Contact Williston Rotary for registration form at [email protected] or register online at www.active.com
Entry fee through Sept. 19 is $30
October is Vocational Service Month
Oct. 24 is World Polio Day
Find out about district and club events at any time on the
District and Club Database (DaCdb) at rotary6940.org
Rotary District 6940 Newsletter - Sept/Oct 2014
p. 4
District 6940 Newsletter
Upcoming Events
Oct. 24 5:30 p.m.
The Arrogant Steak Cook Off
Location: Seville Rotary, Pensacola, FL
Gates open at 5:30 PM in the Seville Quarter Party Plaza
Team registration is $250. Teams consist of 4 members and registration includes 10 tickets (valued at $250). Team
registration includes free steaks available for pick-up on date of event. Individual tickets are $25 in advance. Pre-paid entry into event area and complimentary beer. Individual tickets will
also be available for $35 at the gate on day of event.
For more information, visit www.sevillerotary.com.
Oct. 25 4-8 p.m.
Brewfest Tallahassee!
Location: Tallahassee Automobile Museum, Tallahassee, FL
The Tallahassee Sunrise Rotary presents its eighth annual beer festival at the Tallahassee Automobile Museum (6800 Mahan Dr, Tallahassee, FL 32308). The event has been a sell out every
year and is also known as one of the premier events in Tallahassee. General admission tickets are $39.95. Designated
driver tickets are $10. VIP tickets are $99. Tickets will NOT be sold at the gate. For more information or to purchase
tickets, visit online at www.brewfesttallahassee.com.
It’s not too early to mark
your calendar for the
2014-15 District Conference.
May 14-17, 2015
Callaway Gardens
Pine Martin, Ga.
Rotary District 6940 Newsletter - Sept/Oct 2014
p. 5
District 6940 ‘News for You’
Vision Across Borders seeking volunteers
for trips to Costa Rico in October, January
Vision Across Borders was started as an outreach project website at visionacrossborders.org or Facebook page.
of Cantonment Rotary Club.
Those interested should contact Carl Dickerson (RC/
The initial project was to offer free eye exams and Cantonment; former 6940 International Services chair) at
glasses for those in need in the Pensacola area. The [email protected]
project was funded with a District Grant. A second local
clinic is scheduled to be held in December of this year.
An international component was developed in Costa
Rica. The initial clinics were also funded with a District
Grant. Dr. Doug Reynolds of the Cantonment Rotary Club
took the necessary equipment to conduct the eye clinic
to Costa Rica.
Two eye clinics have been held with approximately
200 patients being seen at each clinic. Those needing
glasses are able to pick a frame of their choice and the
prescriptions are filled in Dr. Reynolds lab in Pensacola.
The new glasses are delivered to the patients by the
following team.
A third eye clinic is scheduled for Oct. 11-18 in Costa
Rica. The October clinic will be in partnership with the
Belen Rotary Club of Costa Rica. The project is looking for
Rotarians to go and be a part of the team. Another eye
clinic is scheduled in Costa Rica for the end of January
2015.
The equipment remains in Costa Rica so that if there is
a doctor who would be willing to go and conduct a clinic,
everything needed is in country. The project would form
a support team around a doctor’s available schedule.
For more information please visit Vision Across Borders
Rotary District 6940 Newsletter - Sept/Oct 2014
p. 6
District 6940 ‘News for You’
Have you LIKED the 6940 Facebook
page? There’s no time like the present
Did you know District 6940 has a Facebook
page? Have you “liked” it yet?
The district’s Facebook a great way to keep
up with what’s going on around the district,
from service projects to fund-raisers.
Through the district’s page, you can connect
with other Rotarians and see what they are
doing across North Florida.
Speaking of Facebook, does your club have
a Facebook page? It’s a great way to build
awareness of your club and its events. And
best of all, it’s FREE. Just about every club
should have at least one person who can
set up a page for you. From there, you can
post photos and announcements of your
upcoming events as well as your completed
service projects.
Rotary District 6940 Newsletter - Sept/Oct 2014
p. 7
District 6940 ‘News for You’
District 6940
Govenor David Rauch
Official Visit Schedule
7-Jul-2014 Live Oak
Monday
12:00
8-Jul-2014 Williston
Tuesday
11:45
9-Jul-14 Lake City Downtown
Wednesday
7:45
9-Jul-14 Mayo
Wednesday
12:00
10-Jul-14 Lake City
Thursday
12:00
Oct. 9,Southside
when he visits Monday
Suwannee Valley. 7:30
Send
DG Dave Rauch is more than halfway
through
21-Jul-14
Tallahassee
21-Jul-14
Tallahassee
Capital
Monday
12:30
his official club visits, but there are still plenty your club visit photos to [email protected]
22-Jul-14 Tallahassee Sunrise
Tuesday
7:30
com
so
we
can
include
them
in
the
next
of visits to go.
22-Jul-14 Quincy
Tuesday
13:00
issue. Sunset
Dave’s schedule has him on the road
through
22-Jul-14
Tallahassee
Tuesday
18:30
23-Jul-14 Tallahassee
Wednesday
12:30
24-Jul-14 Tallahassee Northside
Thursday
12:30
29-Jul-14 Destin
Tuesday
7:15
30-Jul-14 Perdido Key
Wednesday
7:30
30-Jul-14 Cantonment
Wednesday
12:00
31-Jul-14 Pensacola Cordova
Thursday
7:00
31-Jul-14 Pensacola Suburban West
Thursday
12:15
1-Aug-14 Pensacola North
Friday
12:00
5-Aug-14 Branford
Tuesday
12:00
6-Aug-14 Chiefland
Wednesday
12:00
11-Aug-14 Panama City East Bay
Monday
12:00
11-Aug-14 Emerald Coast
Monday
5:30
12-Aug-14 Panama City
Tuesday
12:00
13-Aug-14 Lynn Haven
Wednesday
7:00
13-Aug-14 Panama City Northside
Wednesday
12:00
14-Aug-14 Panama City Beach
Thursday
12:00
19-Aug-14 Perry
Tuesday
12:00
20-Aug-14 Dixie County
Wednesday
12:00
21-Aug-14 Wakulla
Thursday
8:00
22-Aug-14 Monticello
Friday
12:00
26-Aug-14 Milton
Tuesday
12:00
Each year when the
District Governor visits
the
27-Aug-14 Crestview
Wednesday
12:00
Live
Oak
Rotary
Club,
they
recreate
this
photo
taken
28-Aug-14 Pace
Thursday
7:00
in
1925
showing
Rotary
International
founder
Paul
29-Aug-14 Navarre
Friday
12:00
Harris
during
a
visit
to
the
club.
This
year,
DG
Dave
3-Sep-14 Blountstown
Wednesday
12:00
Rauch and his wife Gretchen become the latest to
4-Sep-14 Port St. Joe
Thursday
12:00
get the “Paul Harris” treatment.
8-Sep-14 Trenton
Monday
12:00
10-Sep-14 Madison
Wednesday
12:00
15-Sep-14 Chattahochee
Monday
12:00
17-Sep-14 DeFuniak Springs
Wednesday
12:00
22-Sep-14 Pensacola Five Flags
Monday
12:00
23-Sep-14 Gulf Breeze
Tuesday
7:00
23-Sep-14 Pensacola
Tuesday
12:00
23-Sep-14 Pensacola Seville
Tuesday
17:30
24-Sep-14 Mid-Bay Bridge
Wednesday
7:00
24-Sep-14 Ft. Walton Beach
Wednesday
12:15
25-Sep-14 South Walton
Thursday
7:30
25-Sep-14 Niceville/Valpariso
Thursday
12:00
30-Sep-14 Apalachicola
Tuesday
12:00
8-Oct-14 Marianna
Wednesday
12:00
9-Oct-14 Suwannee Valley
Thursday
12:00
DG Dave Rauch traveling the district
Remaining
District
Governor
Official Visits
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p. 8
District 6940 in Action
Perry Rotary Club
Meets Tuesdays at 12 noon
Holiday Inn Express
601 Everett Way, Perry, FL 32348
Serving dinner at the Rotary Youth Camp
Perry Rotarians traveled to
Wallwood Boy Scout Reservation
Friday, Aug. 1, to serve dinner at
the annual Rotary Youth Camp.
The local Rotarians, joined by
Past District Governor Tedd
Kirchharr, served a dinner of
hamburgers and hotdogs “with
all the trimmings” to around 70
campers and counselors. Shown
above after dinner are: (from l to
r) Dr. Michael Walby, Karen Walby,
Camp Director Leslie Smith, John
Ching, Perry Rotary President
Dawn Taylor, Diane Ching, Mark
Viola, Kirchharr, Andy Jackson and
grandson, Simon Jackson (who
is a potential fifth generation
Rotarian).
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p. 9
District 6940 in Action
Fort Walton Beach
Meets Wednesdays at 12 noon
Fort Walton Beach Yacht Club
180 NE Ferry Road, Fort Walton Beach
Gathering for
Social Night at
The Boardroom
(l to r) Ralph Fallin and Scott Smith
(l to r) J.T. Edwards, Cliff Ennis, Ross Leblanc and Jessica Davis
(l to r) Fred Pryor, Lyndon Poff, Gerry Chalker and Mayrelizbeth Pryor
Rotary District 6940 Newsletter - Sept/Oct 2014
(l to r) Charles Hardy and Jean Woo
p. 10
District 6940 in Action
Gulf Breeze Rotary
Meets Tuesdays at 7 a.m.
Andrews Institute-Athletes Performance Center
1040 Gulf Breeze Pkwy., Gulf Breeze, FL 32561
Gulf Breeze Rotarian recognized as
outstanding partner in education
During the annual meeting of the Escambia County
Public Schools Foundation in early July, Escambia County
Schools Superintendent Malcolm Thomas praised the
critical partnership that the foundation provided county
schools.
“Having a foundation is really not an option any more,”
he said. “ It is simply no longer possible to do everything
we need to do for the students in the classroom using
public funds alone.”
During the past year, teacher grants from the Foundation
reached a record of $91,000 and special partnerships
contributed to a significant expansion in the number
of Take Stock in Children Scholarship recipients. Take
Stock in Children Scholarships are privately funded for
deserving at-risk or low-income students to escape the
cycle of poverty through education. College scholarships
and caring volunteer mentorship combine to offer
opportunities and hope for a better life.
Gulf Breeze Rotarian Ed Gray was one of two
Outstanding Partners recognized for advancement of
the Take Stock program in the form of generous financial
support.
“Mr. Gray served from 2002 to 2010 on the Santa
Rosa School Board, and has been a strong advocate for
education for years,” praised Thomas. “Since 2007, Mr.
Gray has provided the funding for 17 scholarships, and
9 students are currently enrolled in college due to his
generosity. The importance of this support cannot be
understated.”
Gray accepted the award on behalf of the Capital
Trust Agency (CTA) Board of Directors, a body he said
had committed to funding such scholarships in both
Escambia and Santa Rosa County.
Shanteeria Greene, a Take Stock scholarship recipient
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sponsored by CTA, is currently enrolled in PSC’s
Sonography program. She said that without the funds
there was no doubt she could not be attending college.
Each of the students also is afforded a lap top to take
to college, which Shanteeria said was a critical tool in the
modern classroom.
“Oh, yeah,” she said with a broad smile, “ so many
assignments are sent to us on the web, and a lot of our
work has to be submitted electronically. Our laptops are
great!”
“I am so very grateful for this opportunity,” she said,
“without the scholarship, attending college would be
a distant dream. It is life –changing to be able to study
for my career. It is even more amazing because my mom
is not having to work two jobs to pay the bills and put
me through college, and she is also a college student
studying Business Management.”
Take Stock in Children’s high school dropout prevention
and college attainment efforts pay off. State-wide,
Take Stock scholars boast an impressive 94 percent
graduation rate, and have the opportunity to go on to
prepaid college, in most cases overcoming very real
obstacles.
p. 11
District 6940 in Action
R.C. of Tallahassee
Meets Wednesdays at 12:30 p.m.
FSU Alumni Center
1030 West Tennessee St., Tallahassee, FL
Lewis given Frederick Clifton Moor Award
Established in 1984, the Frederick Clifton Moor Award represents the highest honor bestowed upon one of its members
by the Rotary Club of Tallahassee. This year the club recognized the Honorable Judge Terry Lewis for his years of outstanding
public service and commitment to service above self. Terry has been a trial judge in Tallahassee since 1989, where he presides
over a variety of criminal and civil cases. He is a published author of three legal thrillers and has been featured on ABC News
Good Morning America. Terry joined the Rotary Club of Tallahassee in 1984, is a past president and a Paul Harris Fellow.
Congratulations Terry. (He is shown above with Fran Lewis.)
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p. 12
District 6940 in Action
Rotary Club of Destin
Meets Tuesday at 7:15 a.m.
Rutherfords 465 @ Regatta Bay
465 Regatta Bay Blvd., Destin, FL 32541
Food For Though Painting Project
Shown above are Destin Rotary Club members at the Food For Thought painting project. From left to right, they are: Peter
Mohylsky, Jeanne Dailey, Jim Brechin, Nathan Hall, Colin Gorman, Lockwood Wernet and Justin Woodward.
Rotary District 6940 Newsletter - Sept/Oct 2014
p. 13
District 6940 in Action
Rotary Club of Destin
Meets Tuesday at 7:15 a.m.
Rutherfords 465 @ Regatta Bay
465 Regatta Bay Blvd., Destin, FL 32541
Destin scholarship recipient takes
part in industry demonstration
The Technology Coast Manufacturing and Engineering
Network (TeCMEN) of the Economic Development
Council of Okaloosa County recently invited Kyle Saleeby,
a 2013 scholarship recipient of The Rotary Club of Destin,
to participate in a special 3-D Additive Manufacturing
demonstration and meeting.
Through the close working relationship between
The Rotary Club of Destin and the Okaloosa business
community, the EDC
learned
of
Kyle’s
scholarship award and his
studies at Massachusetts
Institute of Technology
(MIT)
in
Mechanical
Engineering and invited
him to join 20 local
industry leaders at the
demonstration at SURVICE
Engineering in Ft. Walton
Beach.
At the event, Kyle had the
opportunity to network
with these executives and
share his background and
ambitions. The fact that
Kyle Saleeby
Kyle worked as an MIT
undergraduate research assistant on an Autonomous 3D
Printing project was impressive to the local manufacturers
and engineers and opened up numerous conversations
as Kyle added to his network of industry contacts.
Kyle Saleeby is a 2013 graduate of Niceville High School
where he ranked third in a class of 421, and is entering his
sophomore year at MIT.
“Our club greatly appreciates this amazing opportunity
for Kyle as a young professional to experience among
Rotary District 6940 Newsletter - Sept/Oct 2014
leaders in the manufacturing and engineering profession,”
said Rotary Club of Destin Publicity Chair Marcia Hull.
“Students like Kyle are the precise reason the EDC
partners heavily with the local public and secondary
schools as well as local organizations such as Rotary,”
TeCMEN manager Jim Breitenfeld said.
“We want to give all our area youth an opportunity to
flourish, and to be able to support our best and brightest
gives us great hope for the future. We hope to see Kyle
back here after his formal schooling fully engaged in our
strong local manufacturing and engineering industry and
sharing his skills and leadership with the next generation
of aspiring scientists and engineers.”
“I had a blast meeting the incredible engineers and
seeing what it is like to work as a contractor in the
business world,” Kyle said.
“Additionally, I enjoyed talking to the representatives
from various defense and engineering companies and
hope to keep in touch with them in the future.”
p. 14
District 6940 Club Directory
CLUB
DAY TIME
LOCATION
Apalachicola Bay
Tues.
12 noon
Blountstown
Wed.
12 noon Branford
Tues.
12 noon Cantonment
Wed.
12 noon Chattahoochee
Mon.
12:30 p.m. Chiefland
Wed.
12 noon Crestview
Wed.
12 noon DeFuniak Springs
Wed.
12 noon Destin
Tues.
7:15 a.m. Dixie County
Wed.
12 noon Emerald Coast
Mon.
5:30 p.m. Fort Walton Beach
Wed.
12 noon Gulf Breeze
Tues.
7:00 a.m. Lake City
Thurs.
12 noon Lake City Downtown Wed. 7:00 a.m. Live Oak
Mon.
12 noon Lynn Haven
Wed.
7:00 a.m.
Madison
Wed.
12 noon
Marianna
Wed.
12 noon
Mayo
Wed. 12 noon
Rotary District 6940 Newsletter - Sept/Oct 2014
Tapa’s Bar
73 Avenue E, Apalachicola, FL
Calhoun Liberty Hospital Dining Room
20370 Burns Avenue, Blountstown, FL 32424
Sprinkles
Hwy. 129 North, Branford, Branford, FL
Scenic Hills Country Club
8891 Burning Tree Road, Cantonment, FL
Captains Table
8110 Veteran’s Memorial Hwy (US 90), Sneads, Fl. 32460
The Hudson Room
116 North Main Street, Chiefland, FL 32626
Coach & Four Restaurant
114 John King Road, Crestview, FL
McClain Family Steak House
622 Hugh Adams Road, DeFuniak Springs, FL 32435
Rutherfords 465 @ Regatta Bay
465 Regatta Bay Boulevard, Destin, FL 32541
Cook House at the residence of Hayward Anderson
131 NE 256 Ave, Cross City, FL 32628
Triple Js’ Restaurant
Panama City Beach, FL 32408
Fort Walton Beach Yacht Club
180 NE Ferry Road, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548
Andrews Institute-Athletes Performance Center
1040 Gulf Breeze Parkway , Gulf Breeze, FL 32561
First Baptist Church
182 NE Justice Street, Lake City, FL 32055
Quail Heights Country Club
161 SW Quail Heights Terrace, Lake City, FL 32025
Farm Bureau Building
407 Dowling Ave., Live Oak, FL
Panama Country Club
100 Country Club Drive, Lynn Haven, FL
Villa Maria Hall, St. Vincent DePaul Catholic Church
301 NW Orange Avenue, Madison, FL 32340
Jim’s Buffet & Grill
241 W. Lafayette, Marianna, FL 32446
Lafayette County Farm Bureau Building
874 E. Main St., Mayo, FL 32066
p. 15
District 6940 Club Directory
CLUB
DAY TIME
LOCATION
Mid-Bay Bridge
Wed.
7:00 a.m.
Milton
Tues.
12 noon
Monticello
Fri. 12 noon Navarre
Fri.
12 noon
Niceville-Valparaiso
Thurs.
12 noon
Pace
Thurs.
7:00 a.m.
Panama City
Tues.
12 noon
Panama City (East Bay) Mon.
12 noon
Panama City Beach
Thurs.
12 noon
Panama City-Northside Wed.
12 noon
Pensacola
Tues.
12 noon
Pensacola - Seville
Tues.
5:30 p.m.
Pensacola North
Fri.
12 noon
Pensacola Suburban West Thurs.
12 noon
Pensacola-Cordova
Thurs.
7:00 a.m.
Pensacola-Five Flags Mon.
12 noon
Perdido Key
Wed.
7:30 a.m.
Perry
Tues.
12 noon
Port St. Joe
Thurs.
12 noon
Quincy
Tues.
1:00 p.m.
Rotary District 6940 Newsletter - Sept/Oct 2014
Bluewater Bay Golf Club
Bluewater Blvd., Niceville, Niceville, FL 32578
Grover T’s BBQ
5887 Hwy 90, Milton, FL 32570
First Presbyterian Church
290 East Dogwood St, Monticello, FL
Tuscan Grille at Hidden Creek Golf Course
3070 Pga Blvd (Hidden Creek Golf Club), Navarre, FL
Student Services Center
Northwest Florida State College Niceville Campus, Niceville, FL
Stonebrook Village Country Club
Pace, FL
St. Andrews Bay Yacht Club
218 Bunkers Cove Road, Panama City, FL
Rodeo’s Steak House
Tyndall Pkwy, Callaway-Parker, FL
Fishale Taphouse
7715 Front Beach Road, Panama City Beach, FL
Holiday Inn Select at the Mall
2001 N. Cove Blvd., Panama City, FL
New World Landing
South Palafox St., Pensacola, FL
Seville Quarter / Rosie O’Grady’s Room
130 East Government Street, Pensacola, FL 32502
Asbury Place/Cokesbury United Methodist Church
9th Ave. at College Blvd., Pensacola, FL
Pensacola Yacht Club
1897 Cypress Street, Pensacola, Pensacola, FL
Gulf Coast Kid’s House
3401 N 12th Ave., Pensacola, FL
New World Landing
600 S. Palafox Street, Pensacola, FL
Triggers Restaurant
12700 Gulf Beach Highway, Pensacola, FL
Holiday Inn Express
601 Everett Way, Perry, FL 32348, Perry, FL
Sunset Coastal Grill
602 Highway 98, Port St. Joe, FL
Women’s Historical Society Building
304 W King St. Quincy, FL 32351
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District 6940 Club Directory
CLUB
DAY TIME
LOCATION
South Walton County Thurs.
7:30 a.m.
Suwannee Valley
Thurs.
12 noon
Tallahassee
Wed.
12:30 p.m.
Tallahassee (Capital) Tues.
12 noon
Tallahassee Northside Thurs.
12:30 p.m.
Tallahassee Southside Mon.
7:30 p.m.
Tallahassee Sunrise
Tues.
7:30 p.m.
Tallahassee Sunset
Tues.
6:30 p.m.
Trenton
Mon.
12 noon
Wakulla County
Thurs.
8:00 a.m.
Williston
Tues.
11:45 a.m.
Embassy Suites Hotel
Old Hwy 98, Miramar Beach, Miramar Beach, FL
Haven Hospice in Chiefland
311 NE 9th Street, Chiefland, FL 32626
FSU Alumni Center
1030 West Tennessee Street, Tallahassee FL
Logan’s Roadhouse
750 Apalachee Pkwy, Tallahassee, FL 32301
Holiday Inn and Suites
2725 Graves Road, Tallahassee, FL 32303
Four Points by Sheraton Downtown (1st/2nd weeks)
316 West Tennessee Street, Tallahassee, FL
Civic Center
505 W. Pensacola, Tallahassee, FL
Hotel Duval (1st/3rd weeks--other weeks vary)
415 N Monroe St, Tallahassee, FL 32301
Woman’s Club
2107 SE CR 339, Trenton, FL 32693
Best Western Plus Wakulla Inn & Suites
3292 Coastal Highway, Crawfordville FL 32327
1st Presbyterian Church
247 NE 1st Street, Williston, FL
Need a makeup? Have you tried an e-club?
What is an e-club?
Any Rotarian can make up a missed meeting by
Rotary e-clubs are a lot like other Rotary clubs: they participating in an e-club online meeting.
meet weekly, carry out service projects, support The
To find an e-club, visit online at:
Rotary Foundation, and socialize with each other. So
what’s different about e-clubs? You join your meeting
www.rotary.org/en/search/club-finder
online when it’s convenient for you, day or night, any day
of the week.
How does an e-club operate?
E-club members use webinars, videoconferencing,
message boards, instant messaging, or tools like Skype
and Google Hangout to communicate. For example, a
club member might post content online for that week’s
meeting, then other members join the discussion
throughout the week. Some e-club members also meet
in person at service projects, social activities or the RI
Convention.
Rotary District 6940 Newsletter - Sept/Oct 2014
p. 17
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