Posted by Yvette Hohler on Sep 17, 2020
Rob presided over our social gathering and the 2020 Raffle Drawing at Bates House in Setauket, on the edge of the grounds of the Frank Melville Memorial Park.  Since the weather was so pleasant, it was decided that the Drawing should take place on the back patio.  Jen announced that our members had sold a total of 903 Raffle Tickets (out of 1,000).  Judi sold the most tickets and was gifted with a bouquet.  A dozen of our members were present (including Bob H. via Zoom) as seven were invited, one by one, to come forward and pick out a folded ticket stub from the drum that Jen rolled vigorously between picks.  Bill took the folded stubs chosen and wrote the numbers 1 through 7 on each as they were handed to him.  The winners were then announced, starting with #7.  Here are the results of our 2020 Raffle Drawing:
Prize #7: A Wine Basket- Won by Dawn Murray (Ticket sold by Kevin Murray)
Prize #6: $150 Amazon Gift Card- Won by Amy Lund (Ticket sold by Amy Lund)
Prize #5: Spring Lake Golf Outing (For 4/w/cart)- Won by Jenny Lund (Ticket sold by Amy Lund)
Prize #4: 4th Annual Winter Golf Classic (foursome)- Won by Steve Weitzman (Ticket sold by Yvette Hohler)
Prize #3: $1,000- Won by Mike Modarski (Ticket sold by Judi Betts)
Prize #2: $3,000- Won by Michael Sceiford (Ticket sold by Michael Sceiford)
Prize #1: $5,000- Won by Ken Aaenlein (Ticket sold by Wayne Shattes)
Next week's meeting, Tues., September 22nd, will be a ZOOM meeting, starting at 12:30 PM.  We will be welcoming as our guest speaker Antoinette Donato, VP pf the Miller Place-Mt. Sinai Historical Society.
Rob will lead the next Exec. Committee Board Meeting on Friday, September 25th via ZOOM, starting at 8 AM. All members are welcome to attend. (Let Rob know if you plan to do so, and he will include you in the ZOOM invitation.)
At our September 29th meeting, which will take place at 5:30 PM, we'll welcome as our guest speaker Alyssa Pecorino, Executive Director of Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck.
RYLA will have a PJHS representative speak to us at our October 6th meeting.
Dennis invites members who are unable to attend 5:30 PM meetings to join him, instead, at Cafe Spiga from 11:30-12:30 PM for outside dining (ordering and paying for lunches on your own); and he will happily accept at that time your donations for The Open Cupboard.
FYI: Since our club is a member of the Chamber of Commerce, we can go to that office for free masks and thermometers.
Rob D. suggested that LISEC might be in need of additional funds to get through the year.
***If you have ideas or items to be discussed at our next meeting, let Rob know.  And if you'd like to join one of the club's special committees, let him know this, as well. The more, the merrier!***
         *** Watch for Rob's invitation to our next meeting and plan to join us!***                                                   
                                  MEANWHILE, STAY SAFE AND WELL!