April 18, 2018
President Cynthia Harelson & Pinch
RI President 
HS Riseley
District 5110 
District Governor 
Claudette McWilliams
Your Weekly eCOGS
  Greetings!
Inviting children to Rotary. Note - this week's program includes an invitation to bring children age 0-5. They will have an opportunity to sign up for the Imagination Library.

Enjoy!
Hyla
Greeters
Rochelle Gauthier‐Von‐Raesfeld
Steve Swearingen
Song & Pledge
Al Francis
Inspiration
Pat Fahey
Sergeant at Arms
Chris Mecca (maybe)
SAVE THE DATES
Events happening with our club
April 17 - Board Meeting Meetings begin at 5:45pm and are held at the Chamber of Commerce conference room
April 28 - Rotary Invitational Track Meet
May 23 - Membership meeting 5 pm and Rotary Fireside 6 pm at the Grants Pass Museum of Art
Today's Program
Vocational and Imagination Library
First up will be Chris Monroe. He will tell us a bit about his life so we can get to know him better. Vocationals are always a favorite program for everyone.

Next we will have an  informational presentation and kick off of registrations for the Josephine County Imagination Library program. Rotarians are encouraged to bring kids or grand kids ages 0 to 5. The library will have someone there registering kids and we will explain the online registration and we will also have registration brochures. And there will be sample books and the 1 st  book for anyone who registers.
Double Header for Polio Plus

April 18 - Pie Auction - proceeds to benefit Polio Plus
April 25 - Trivia contest - proceeds to benefit Polio Plus
CALLING ALL VOLUNTEERS
ROTARY INVITATIONAL TRACK MEET REMINDER…
Track Meet Day:  SATURDAY, APRIL 28 at GPHS.
8:30 a.m.  free coffee & continental breakfast
9:45 a.m.  volunteers need to be at their stations
10:00 a.m.  field events begin
10:30 a.m.  running events begin
We encourage you to purchase lunch at one of the on-site vendors in support of the event. 
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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED . Watch for the sign up sheets at Rotary Club meetings. 
Questions? Contact Bob Sitov at  sitandal@yahoo.com

THERE'S STILL TIME TO BE A BANNER SPONSOR
Funds earned from banner sponsors go directly to the GPHS Track Program. It's $125 to have your business banner displayed at the track meet all day in front of hundreds of people. You can also make a monetary donation (without a banner to hang) which will go to the track program along with all of the banner fees. For more information contact Richard Acosta at  racosta58@outlook.com  or call 805-404-2925.
STUDENT OF THE YEAR
Sydney Moore
is an eighth grade student at
Fleming Middle School
Her parents are Travis and Vickie Moore
Sydney will be introduced by her principal Lori Conners
We will be hosting the Group Study Exchange team from Guatemala on May 1-4. We will need host families for this five member team for their three night, four day stay with us. We also can use some volunteers to drive them to different local activities. Please contact Peter Angstadt, 541-441-9051, if you are interested in participating.
Other clubs in the area
(for visits and makeups)
Rogue Gateway 
Thursday at noon
Wild River Pub 
Greater Grants Pass 
Fridays at 7:00 am
Tap Rock Grill 
Illinois Valley  
Tuesdays at noon
Wild River Brewing
Cave Junction 
District 5110 eClub 
State of Jefferson eClub
Rotary eClub One
For most other District or Club resources, click the DACdb logo above.
Programs coming up
April 25
Track Meet and Polio Plus
May 2
Group Study Exchange from Guatemala
May 9
From Artificial Intelligence machines ruling the world to G5 and nation state hacking with Cameron Camp
May 16
Exchange students with Ann Bauer
May 23
Annual Feel Good Giving Day
Community Service grants and Scholarships
NEW MEMBER PROPOSAL
If you have a new person who you think would make a good member of our club - you can download a fillable proposal form by
Once you have filled in the form you can bring it to Secretary Brenda, membership chair Bill Thorp, or President Cynthia.
If you get this far....
Before you watch this video I suggest you pour a glass of milk and grab a chocolate cookie or two. Otherwise - you will miss the experiential moments in this video.
Editor Hyla Lipson  The Rotary Club of Grants Pass