In Person lunch options will be listed on the Events Calendar in addition to the speaker information for that meeting - please check the option before rsvp'ing to Shelli for your in person attendance.  
We are in week two of our hybrid meetings!  Please remember to RSVP to Shelli Thurston at by 3pm the Monday before the meeting so we can provide an accurate count of attendees to the Doubletree.  You must RSVP on if you will be attending and if you will be having lunch.  We are limited to 25 in-person participants to allow for proper social distancing.
We definitely experienced some growing pains with our audio during the hybrid meetings, but am please to state that we have resolved the poor audio quality issue that occurred at the Doubletree last week.  Our club has also purchased a portable conference speaker that will provide better audio at our future outdoor meetings like we had this past summer (only once the weather is warmer though!)
On Saturday we had our Ride to End Polio event.  Thank you to Chuck and Nancy Cusick, Tara Welch, and Jeff Yantz for all of your work organizing and facilitating this event.  one month into the 2020-2021 Rotary year.  We were visited by our District Governor Randy Ettema and shared pictures on Facebook.  I have also included the pictures and video in this Breezes. 
Our club has also added online payment to our website.  This will open many opportunities for Rotarians and community members to donate to our events and club going forward.  If you would still like to make a donation to our Ride to End Polio please visit  Tara Welch, RI Foundation Chair, will forward all donations to Rotary International to be recognized for our event and for the donors to be recognized.
 Play City Park is open at Veteran's Park and is a wonderful addition to our community.  It was recently "tested" by Liam Strohkirch, son of Club President Carrie Strohkirch.  After thorough research and testing by Mr. Strohkirch, age 8, the park was certified as "Awesome". Pictures of the research process can be found below.  Our club donated $25,000 to this project while under the leadership of Past President Brenda Scramlin.  
Opinions and information are flying during this election time.  Try to encourage others to use the 4 Way Test and show how being a Rotarian makes our community better for all.
  1. Is it the truth?
  2. Is it fair to all concerned?
  3. Will it build goodwill and better friendships?
  4. Will it be beneficial to all concerned?
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Jim Begick
January 2
Nancy Greve
January 8
Andrea Hales
January 14
Cherri Burzynski
January 14
Mark Hardy
January 17
Shawn Davis
January 19
Rob Clark
January 21
Ann Grady
January 25
Ashley Anderson
January 25
Bonnie Marsh
January 30
Tim Holsworth
January 30
Spouse Birthdays
Lenard Noel
January 8
Join Date
Connie Schweitzer
January 1, 2002
20 years
David Mikolajczak
January 1, 1989
33 years
Deb Wieland
January 1, 1999
23 years
George Shaw
January 1, 1995
27 years
Guy Moulthrop
January 1, 1900
122 years
Jeffrey Yantz
January 1, 1900
122 years
Linda Heemstra
January 1, 1989
33 years
Thomas Hickner
January 1, 1996
26 years
Kerice Basmadjian
January 10, 2020
2 years
Andrea Hales
January 12, 2009
13 years
Chuck Cusick
January 15, 1989
33 years
Eric Jylha
January 15, 1999
23 years
Brian Campbell
January 19, 2016
6 years
Barbara Engelhardt-Carter
January 22, 2008
14 years
Russell Hampton
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Chuck Cusick District Polio Chair, Carrie Strohkirch, Club President, and Honorary Rotarian Nancy Cusick at the Ride to End Polio Event on 10/24/2020 
Chuck Cusick District Polio Chair, Randy Ettema, District Governor, and Honorary Rotarian Nancy Cusick at the Ride to End Polio Event on 10/24/2020 
Click here to donate online to our club's Ride to End Polio event