Weekly Newsletter | June 22, 2021

June 23: New Initiative Boosts Family Farm Technology
As summer harvest begins in one of the world’s most dynamic agriculture regions, it’s worthwhile to look at how our local farmers can remain successful in the face of intense global competition. One answer is through the use of technology. But how can growers develop that technology? The Northwest Ag Innovation Hub may offer solutions. SEDCOR’s Alex Paraskevas will describe how this unique and ambitious initiative will help Willamette Valley farmers compete in the worldwide agriculture marketplace.
Program Chair: John McCulley
Passcode: 802314
Meeting ID: 975 0287 0288
One tap mobile: 16699006833
Message from President Sue
Hello fellow Rotarians!
This week Past President Tammy will be presiding over our meeting I appreciate Tammy and all the past-presidents who have stood in for me over the past year on my Boys & Girls Club board meeting days 
I’m so excited that we’ll be able to meet in person at the Pavilion June 30th for our installation.
Please see instructions on ordering lunch from Little Lois if you’d like, or bring you own. I’d suggest bringing a lawn chair if you’re more comfortable spreading out. 
Per Chuck, ringing the bell is $20 each ring. Payment is by check to Salem Rotary Foundation, credit card to Salem Rotary Foundation or cash. We will not take credit cards at the in person meetings for the time being.
Take care, see you soon!
Yours in service. Sue
President Sue Bloome