Port Jeff Rotary Club just held its first in person meeting in accordance with NYS guidelines.
Please email us if you would like to join. We hope that everyone remains vigilant and safe during this time. 
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President Rob began today's meeting by announcing that the Executive Board elected to not have the Past Presidents' Dinner in September, as had become traditional.  The Board will discuss further options for this event at its next meeting on August 28th (at 8 AM via ZOOM).  The Raffle Drawing will take place, though, on September 17th.
Dennis will handle the 9/2 Annual Southold Golf Tournament (Judi said that the food at that outing will be amazing), while Rob will handle our representation at the Rocky Point golf outing.  
Dennis suggested that perhaps in addition to the currently scheduled meetings, we offer members the opportunity to meet socially at Cafe Spiga at 12:15 PM on Tuesdays to lunch outdoors (on days when there are evening meetings)- and these meetings could count as make-ups.  Rotarians in attendance would pay for their lunches out of pocket, and Dennis would collect donations for The Open Cupboard.  Rob and Dennis will discuss and possibly refine this proposal sometime this week.

...PAUL VIGLIANTE, who celebrated his birthday on March 5th;  DALE KUHN, whose birthday is today, March 10th;  TOM DONLON, who will have a birthday on March 13th;  PAT SABO, who, on March 15th, will be celebrating his anniversary;  MARIANNE DESZCZ, whose anniversary is March 25th;  and DENNIS BRENNAN, whose anniversary is feted on March 29th.  Best Wishes, All !


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