Weekly Newsletter | December 6, 2022

December 7: Holiday Choir and Lunch
We will meet in the new South Salem HS Auditorium Foyer. We will begin with a hot lunch catered by the acclaimed South HS Culinary Class under the direction of instructor Chef Lura Hofer. Lunch is $15 per person payable at the meeting.
After lunch, we will enjoy a holiday performance by the award-winning South Salem HS Choir, directed by Aubrey Dunham-Prince.  
Parking and Directions
You may park on neighboring streets as the City is waiving parking restrictions surrounding South Salem HS from 11:00 to 3:00 PM. Carpooling is recommended. Please arrive early to allow time to find parking and be seated by 11:45. Enter through the South Salem Auditorium entrance doors off Howard Street.
Program Chair: Karl Raschkes
Meeting Location:
Meeting Location: South Salem High School Auditorium
President’s Message
Field Trip!!!!!
This week we are at South Salem High School. Lunch will be catered by the award-winning South Salem Culinary Class followed by a performance by the Nationally recognized South Salem HS Choir in the new auditorium. We will be reimbursing the South’s culinary class for lunch, so we are asking everyone to contribute $15 if you attend. Chuck will have a payment device there at the school or you can also contribute online at: https://rotaryclubofsalem.com/give/
We will be meeting in the Auditorium Foyer early, at 11:45 am – where we will be served lunch and then we will move into the brand-new auditorium for the choir concert.  We will have our business meeting in the auditorium immediately following the concert.  Parking is very limited so carpool if you can. I have been told we can park on the Howard Street side of the school, where ticketing will be suspended until 3 pm. Please use the entrance nearest to the auditorium.  I hope you all can make it.
You know how I really like those pictures of your travels. Here are a couple of pictures Ken Van Osdol sent me during his current trip down under in New Zealand and Australia. The first picture is a beautiful scenic overlook funded by Rotary about an hour west of Sydney.  The second picture is a student from Düsseldorf that Ken ran into while hiking in a volcanic park near Rotorua, New Zealand. Rotary makes the world small. Awesome Ken!!!!
Hope you are having a fantastic week.
See you Wednesday.
David Decklemann
2022-2023 President
Rotary Club of Salem
100 Years of Service to Our Community & the World