September 8: The Lewis & Clark Expedition
“…it requires 4 deer, an Elk and a deer, or one buffaloe, to supply us plentifully 24 hours”
… the journals of the Lewis and Clark 1804-1806 Expedition, by William Clark
Join us tomorrow as our fellow Rotarian and Past President Mike Carrick gives a brief synopsis of the Lewis & Clark Expedition and the 106 days spent at Fort Clatsop, Oregon. Mike will also have a few of the weapons they used and demonstrate how they work.
If you have ever been camping, this will change your perspective!
Meeting Location: Willamette Heritage Center’s Spinning Room
Program Chair: Rus McCracken
Message from President Chane
Greetings Fellow Rotarians:
I hope that either you were able to attend last week’s meeting or were able to listen to the recording. Jaime Arredondo gave us a glimpse into the great work that CAPACES does in our community. I knew about their leadership training, but we also learned about their job skills and leadership training in the agriculture industry. As we all know, the Willamette Valley is a predominant player in that industry.
Kudos to President-Elect David and his Program Committee for their continued work in filling our calendar with great programs. Please let David know if you have ideas for future programs!