The Forecaster for November 6, 2018

30 October was the 5th Tuesday and thus was dedicated to club business. Bettina Kanitz gave a factoid on Rotary’s efforts over the years relating to peacebuilding-starting with participating in development of the UN Charter and currently representing Rotary at the UN and other international groups. Our monthly Moment for Missions was by Friends of Guest House that assists women to successfully reenter the community after incarceration. Two young RYLA participants thanked us for helping them attend a conference where they met and interacted with other youth. The real substitute for our speaker was given by Martha Kelley and Terry McCormick presenting their classification talks. Martha told us of her life beginning in the Alexandria area, graduation from William & Mary, working in a really diverse series of endeavors including Rotary activities in GOMA, DRC and now the welcome here in our club. Terry described a life growing up moving often and then continuing frequent moves in his own business life. He grew up and attended universities in Minnesota.. His passion is corporate and non-profit marketing – his wife, Meg is an FBI agent whose job required their move to Alexandria.

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