TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 2019









Susan Priest


Betsy West was smiling 
Bill Mesler, Sorry Bill

Club Assembly

June 25 was scheduled as a Club Assembly and as such the incoming Rotary Board was inducted by PDG Tom Drewitz.
In his typical casual form, Tom inducted the “team” and spoke about the need for officers and directors to work together and to work with membership to get things done.
Tom charged everyone in the room (and those not but who are reading this) to step up and assist where it is needed, to give input into projects at any time, to bring new and fresh ideas to the membership. It is also very important to consider our relationships with other clubs, especially with the creation of the new District 7305.

Club Leadership 2019-20

The Club Leadership for 2019-2020 as elected by the membership in December, 2018:
President:                Andrew Goudy
President-Elect:      Liz Rogers
Vice President:       Brad Montgomery
Secretary:                Susan Price
Asst. Secretary:      Lars Lange
Treasurer:               Dave Moore
Asst. Treasurer:     Bob Wicker
International Service: Dorothy Tecklenburg
Community Service:    Angeline East
Vocational Service:      John Hopper
Club Service:                 Diane Ambrose
Next Generation:          Anyone available on an interim basis??
            Website:           Tom Drewitz
            Publicity:          Liz Rogers
            Foundation:     Dave Hart


Heading into July 1, 2019 the following has been scheduled so mark your calendars!
  1. July 30 will find us moving the meeting to the Doubletree Hotel and details will be coming out on that
  2. PONY Baseball in August will find Rotarians staffing the souvenir stand at the Park and a scheduled will be available for everyone to volunteer.
  3. PONY BASEBALL picnic for all of the teams is scheduled for August 8 at the Kiwanis Pavilion
  4. Farmer’s Market & Whiskey Rebellion Festivaldonations will continue at $1500 for each event as a sponsor
  5. Letter from Marjorie Green along with a $100 donation in memory of her late husband Lewis and her late father Samuel A. Myer. A letter of gratitude is being sent to Mrs. Green and her son Dr. Tom Green.
  6. Treasurer Dave Moore has fulfilled our obligation with the Tracanna Scholarship with our “donation” of $1500 to the WCCF.
President Bill thanked the Board and the membership for their support throughout the year. This support is responsible for the great work done by the Club that led to becoming the Club of the Year 2019 and receiving the Governor’s Citation. Cannot happen without the membership working together…

HAPPY DOLLAR$$$$$$$$$$$

  • Brian Gorman: asking for support of the Southwest PA Legal Services FUNdraiser at Atria’s on Wednesday, June 26 from 5:00 to 7:30 as part of United Way of Washington County. Atria’s sponsors 3 Patio Parties in the summer to benefit various agencies in our area.
  • John  Quayle: happy about the street paving on West Chestnut between Lincoln and College (Councilman Joe seated at the same table) and John thanked Joe!
  • Andy Uram:  happy to make the meeting and congratulations to Bill on his year as President (Bill replies leadership in the Club is evident with the past leadership and the PDGs Andy, Tom, Bob and TomU)
  • Betsy West:  happy to accept the $1500 to hand deliver to the Farmer’s Market
  • Joe Piszczor: reminded us that the Whiskey Rebellion Festival is only 2 weeks away and the committee is looking for VOLUNTEERS spread the word and Congrats to Bill for his year (our year).
  • Susan Price: just happy the day has been long anticipated
  • Andy Goudy: also congratulates Bill and is happy he will remain on the Board as immediate past president
  • Tom Drewitz: happy he survived his knee operations and also extends congratulations to Bill
  • Bill Mesler: happy for 4 tickets to “Mama Mia” at the Park Pavilion and has already bought his tickets for the Whiskey Dinner
  • Bob Wicker: thanks to Bill for a good year (again)

A Final Announcement:  

Bill announced 7305 comes to life on July 1 and James Hahn, District Governor, will make his official visit to our Club on September 3. Due to the expanded size of the District and now there are over 80 Clubs the District is or has formed clusters for the DG Visits. He requested to meet with the Washington Club solo…no cluster! (Jim’s a fun guy) PLEASE plan to attend and greet him. Jim and his wife also attended our President’s Night for those who could not make it that night come and hear what he has to say!
Washington Rotary
We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
W & J College, The Commons
60 S. Lincoln St.
Washington, PA  15301
United States of America
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Upcoming Programs

Jul 02, 2019
New President's Vision for the Rotary Year
Jul 09, 2019
Dress for Success
Jul 16, 2019
Pony League World Series
Jul 23, 2019
Everest Experieces
Jul 30, 2019
Club Assembly
Aug 06, 2019
Titanium Titans Robotics
Aug 13, 2019
"If You Only Knew Me"
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Upcoming Events

New Rotary Year Starts
Jul 02, 2019
PONY Baseball Picnic
Aug 09, 2019
Governor's Official Visit
Sep 03, 2019
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Betsy and Bill West
Berkshire Hathaway Home Services The Preferred Realty
724-747-9703  Cell

Lars Lange

Executives & Directors

Vice President
President Elect
The Rotary Foundation
Club Service
Assistant Treasurer
International Service
Community Service
Assistant Secretary
Public Relations

Birthdays & Anniversaries

Member Birthdays
Bill West
June 4
Susan Price
June 4
Lars Lange
June 5
Susan Priest
June 11
David Hart
June 15
Mike Pecosh
June 23
Brandi Miller
Shane Miller
June 1
Liz Rogers
Nick Rogers
June 4
David Hart
June 20
Join Date
Brad Montgomery
June 1, 1993
26 years
Russell Hampton
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