The Forecaster for October 30, 2018

The meeting on October 23rd was a bit unusual since lunch was a buffet of dishes from the country of Georgia served with a selection of red and white Georgian wines. Our speaker was the Economic Counselor from the Georgian Embassy, Levan Beridze, who showed us a video of scenery around the nation. He then told us that Georgia is basically a crossroad between Asia and Europe that has been a nation for over 3,000 years and with a history of wine cultivation of over 8,000 years. They have a liberal democratic government that is working for membership in the EU and NATO. We had announcements about the results of our Taste for Giving, about our work with 17 other Rotary clubs to support a school in Haiti (we’re to bring toothbrushes and OTC drugs that will be taken there soon), and also about a raffle to raise more funds for Polio Plus.

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