Weekly Newsletter | June 6, 2017

I recently returned from the 5100 District Conference. It was well worth the time away. From Sylvia Whitelock’s talk, the first female Rotary president, to Brad Howard, an RI director, and his “right on” presentation on membership development, to the symbolic passing of the District Banner from Tom Markos to Renee Campbell, the weekend was filled with great friendship and usable strategic information. The weekend was a “home run.”
Let’s finish the year with a strong final membership push. Get those applications in. Rotary (better able) this year to serve humanity.

June 7 – Salem Convention Center
Club Meeting: Oregon Corrections Enterprises

Oregon Corrections Enterprises (OCE) is a semi-independent, self-sustaining state agency, working with the Department of Corrections to promote public safety by providing adults in custody with work and training opportunities. Ken Jeske, administrator of OCE, will share the history of OCE and the efforts OCE is making to prepare adults in custody for release back into our community’s workforce. Find out how you can be a part of Oregon’s success.