Weekly Newsletter | December 6, 2016

A strong and vibrant “Club Building” effort is the life-blood of every Rotary Club – world-wide. It, along with our hands-on involvement and the funding of our efforts locally and around the world, are the basis of what keeps our club healthy and strong. If we keep our eyes on the tiger (the core) of the Rotary vision – Service Above Self, we will leave, at least, a positive dent in the issues of our time.
Our efforts at seeking like-minded new Rotarians is now beginning to pay off. In the coming weeks we will be adding several new, energetic and caring members. So, as we move through the holiday season, keep your eyes open for friends, work associates, leaders, people who care as you do. Let’s continue making a measurable difference every day in the lives of those around us. Your efforts and success at bringing to our club new members is (and will be over time) deeply appreciate.
Don’t forget: We’re at Willamette Heritage Center this week!
Our program, you ask? A School Music Program: South Salem High School. The South Salem Choir is recognized as one of the best high school choirs in the nation. It has received countless awards for excellence including more State Choir Championships historically than any other choir in the State. William McLean  is the new director of the South Salem Choir and is maintaining the Choir’s historical reputation of excellence. You will greatly enjoy their performance.
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