Weekly Newsletter | September 21, 2021

September 22: The Future of Community Media in Salem
For 31 years, Capital Community Television, better known as CCTV, was a mainstay in the Salem community. From covering local government meetings, including City Council and School Board, to high school music, sports and nonprofit profile videos, CCTV was there. Like many organizations, 2020 was a year of change. CCTV became Capital Community Media (CC:Media) with a new look, new leadership and a whole new strategic direction. CC:Media Executive Director, Jasmine White, will provide an update.
Program Chair: Holly Berry
Meeting Location: Willamette Heritage Center’s Spinning Room
Message from President Chane
Greetings Fellow Rotarians:
Our Rotary Board met last week and there was a full agenda. Among the highlights was a discussion on how we can provide a more engaging format for our viewers who are participating remotely. Kudos to Robbin for reaching out to the Newberg club to see how they are functioning in the Zoom world. We expect to make a decision at our October meeting after Robbin and Jenn come back to the board with a bit more definition around the technological requirements.
Justin got the go ahead from the Board to look for Hands On activities in our community that could be performed outside and with masks. And the Board approved the design color (Rotary blue) for the new feather banners that will be displayed when we are doing community service projects! Stay tuned for more information from Adam on future service projects.
And although it’s a couple of months away, the board decided to cancel the December 29th weekly meeting since it’s so close to Christmas.
Take care,