Weekly Newsletter | April 5, 2022

April 6: The Salem Health Foundation’s Role in Improving Community Health
Jim Bauer, Chief Development Officer for Salem Health, will give an overview of the Salem Health Foundation, its unique relationship to Salem Health, and why its mission is essential to maintaining access to quality local healthcare for our community.
Jim will highlight some of the recent initiatives and programs the foundation has supported, including its work throughout the pandemic, and share some details about the transformative Families Matter project that’s currently underway.
Find out what the Salem community is doing to address this critical issue and ways to help.
Program Chair: Jill Munger
Meeting Location: Willamette Heritage Center’s Spinning Room
Meeting ID: 813 7020 7622
Passcode: 547212
Greetings Fellow Rotarians,
Kelly may be in the sunny desert, but at least he has his ROTARY socks!! You are rocking it, Kelly!
Singing on Wednesday
We are SINGING on Wednesday so, for all you newer members, we have traditionally sung a song right BEFORE the invocation and it’s just a fun time as a club. Trust me, you do not need to sing well at all. Just stand by Warren, Mary James, or Vanessa and they will cover for you. Words to the songs will be printed out and on your tables.
Singing Opportunity at District Conference
This year’s District 5100 District Conference will again include a Memorial Remembrance service on Sunday morning (May 22), remembering and giving thanks to those Rotarians of our District who have died during this Rotary Year. 
The service will include a choral anthem, performed by a “Pick-Up Rotary Choir.” If you, or any of your club members, are interested in being a part of the choir, please contact Duane Sich, RC of Greater Clark County, DnJSich@icloud.com, or 360-936-3461 for information.  
A rehearsal time will be arranged during a break period at the District Conference on Saturday.
Chane Griggs
2021-2022 President
Rotary Club of Salem
100 Years of Service to Our Community & the World