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Melanie Ciraco
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Emelio's Restaurant
Sep 28, 2017
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
 
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Whitby Castle
Oct 06, 2017
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The Rye Golf Club
Oct 12, 2017
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Ruby's Oyster Bar & Bistro
Oct 20, 2017
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Whitby Castle
Oct 27, 2017
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Ruby's Oyster Bar & Bistro
Nov 03, 2017
8:00 AM – 9:00 AM
 
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Meetings on Fridays - Luncheons at 12 Noon - Breakfasts 8 am
Luncheons at Whitby Castle / Breakfasts At Ruby's
Whitby Castle - 330 Boston Post Road
Ruby's Oyster Bar & Bistro - 45 Purchase Street
Rye, NY  10580
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Members ... please give the club your support by attending the Crazy Legs Event.
Many of us have worked very hard to put this event together.
Unless we have your participation and attendance, it will not be successful.
The continuation of our scholarship program is dependent upon this fundraising effort.
 
WRY & GINGER
Covering Luncheon Meeting - March 31, 2017

The weekly bulletin of the Rotary Club of Rye, New York, Inc

P.O. Box 404, Rye NY  10580-0404
 
Meetings held at The Whitby Castle on Fridays 12 Noon
and at Ruby’s in Rye (2nd Thursday at 8 AM)
 
 
NEXT MEETING : Friday, April 7, 2017 at Whitby Castle - 12 Noon 
 
SPEAKER:  JOSHUA  HRABOSKY, PsyD

Manager/Psychologist, Center for Behavioral & Nutritional Health at Greenwich Hospital

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LAST MEETING : Friday, March 31 at The Whitby
 
ATTENDEES: Mehler, Manheimer, Sculti, Hugelmeyer, Herbster, Carly-Spanier, Praid, Saunders, Schwartz, Jackson, Ciraco, Martinelli, Goldzer, Ellingwood
 
GUEST SPEAKER: Kyung Pak, Younhee Shin - Program Coordinators in Korean Spirit and Culture Promotion Project
 

President Jason called the Meeting to order. He welcomed members and guests.
 
The Pledge of Allegiance was cited.  The Invocation: “As we gather this morning at Ruby’s in Rye, NY, we thank you all, as Rotarians, for your service, fellowship and generosity. May your goodness and love be present amongst us today. Amen”
 
Thank you for the beautiful music, Debbie!
 

ANNOUNCEMENTS:
 
Joel Salomon has submitted a membership application for consideration and is being sponsored  by Jason Mehler. 
 
DUES ARE DUE! Invoices have been sent out. $200 annual. Dues can be paid by credit card.  Please Contact Jim Jackson
 
OUR NEXT RYE ROTARY CLUB BOARD MEETING WILL BE MAY 4TH AT 5:30 ( LOCATION TO BE DETERMINED). All current and next year board members should attend.
 
OUR NEXT RYE ROTARY CLUB BOARD MEETING WILL BE MAY 4TH AT 5:30 ( LOCATION TO BE DETERMINED)
 
  • MARK YOUR CALENDAR 
 
      “CRAZY LEGS” EVENT    APRIL 26, 2017  6-9 PM
 
****JOIN OUR “2017 CRAZY LEGS COMMITTEE”
CHAIRS PAM DWYER OR ANGELA ARE DOING AN AMAZING JOB, BUT………..
WE NEED A FEW MORE CONTESTANTS !!
AND WE NEED MEMBERS TO BUY TICKETS !
 
TO DATE, WE HAVE:
$1000. Sponsorship by Greenwich Hospital
 
$500. Sponsorship by Brian Monaghan
 
and we have SIX contestants signed up…. WE NEED A FEW MORE !

Approval of Amendment of Bylaws:
 
We would like to thank PE Bob Manheimer and of the Club members that assisted with the proposed By-Law revisions. 
 
PE Bob Manheimer made a motion to approve the Rye Rotary Club By-Law revisions: 3/31/17
Seconded by President Mehler.  All in favor/opposed
 
We had a quorum for today’s vote.  The By-Law revisions were approved unanimously by all members present and by email proxy by Pam Dwyer who could not be present at the meeting.
 

SPEAKER PRESENTATION:
 
President Jason introduced our guest speakers, Kyung Pak, Younhee Shin.
 
Our guest speakers explained that Korea was a country that focused on literacy for all.  They focused on simplifying  the alphabet to be understood by all. We watched a film which depicted the path of literacy developed in Korea.  The film went onto a medical sector explaining the strides Korea has made in liver transplantation using multiply donors to create “one liver” for the one recipient.  Korea is the home of robotic surgery in heart surgery and have the highest survival rate.  In addition, the area of infertility issues are very successfully addressed in Korea.  Going forward, the film explained the Korean people enjoy government subsidized health care.  The majority of dental care including dental implants are also covered. Also, technology is very advanced.  Phone applications and mobile internet services are highly developed.  The ICT benchmark is highest in Korea and robotics are developed to navigate the most difficult terrain.  An interesting sensor placed in refrigerators can alert you when you are running low on particular items as well.
 
Q&A followed.  Dr. Frank Goldzer asked about utilizing smart phones.  Also, Melanie C noted that her finest PT was Korean.
 
All applauded and thanked our speakers.

 
Raffle was won by Coby and in the search for jokers, he won again !!
 

Respectfully submitted,
Melanie R. Ciraco
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Bob Manheimer, along with Melanie, encourage all to update your profile with the information you wish to share.  Also, we have the ability to add links for needed information.  Anyone can add this information and Bob offered his guidance to those who wish to do this function.  He encourages all of us to participate and be aware of all the functions Clubrunner has for our use.