Weekly Newsletter | July 9, 2024

July 10th – Neale Quenzel – an Expert’s Perspective on Historic Preservation

It occurs to me that I go to church with a gentleman who spent his entire career as a Historic Preservation Architect in Philadelphia. 

I had the good fortune of taking a trip to Philadelphia with him and receiving a tour of historic sites and he was a wealth of incredible information with his firm having worked on everything from Carpenters’ Hall, Independence National Historic Park, Second Bank of the United States, and Christ Church.

Program Chair: Barry Nelson

Meeting Location: Willamette Heritage Center – Dye House

President’s Message

As we step into a new Rotary year, I am filled with gratitude and enthusiasm for the opportunity to serve as your president.

Rotary’s core values of service, fellowship, diversity, integrity, and leadership continue to guide us as we embark on projects that make a tangible difference in the lives of those around us.

This year, our focus will be on growing our membership, increasing our fellowship activities and continuing our outreach programs.

I look forward to working closely with each of you in the coming months, learning from your experiences, and celebrating our successes.

Thank you for your continued support and dedication to Rotary. Here’s to a year filled with

meaningful connections, impactful projects, and lasting change.

Yours in Rotary Service,

President Cathy Grimes
Rotary Club of Salem