Weekly Newsletter | December 5, 2017
Howdy, Salem Rotarians!
As December gets underway (wow, already?), I’m reminded what a special time of year it is: special sweets and pastries, seasonal music and movies, greens for decorating, and much more. Of course, exchanging gifts is another fun activity I look forward to this month. For me, I seem to get more joy giving to others than getting presents. I hope this month has good memories and traditions for you, too.
How are you giving this holiday season? Rotary Club of Salem and Salem Rotary Foundation have many ways that facilitate giving: Tree of Joy (gifts for underprivileged children and for patients at the Oregon State Hospital), ringing the bell for the Salvation Army Kettle Drive, raffle ticket sales and Bellringers at our meetings – to name a few. Also, be sure to look for a letter from SRF President Doug Parham with year-end ways to help fund the good works our club and foundation support.
One other gift-giving idea? Fellowship time at our weekly meetings, allowing us to enjoy one another’s company. Don’t know about you, but I love catching up with fellow Rotarians and seeing our programs. Those meetings are the highlight of my week!
I’ll see you Rotary!
Program Chair: Tammy Dennee