District Governor Janet Tenreiro and her husband, Kim, joined us from the Canandaigua Club.
Mitch Ruffalo recently talked to Helmuth.  He and Hannelora are doing well and hope to join us in 3 weeks.
Adam O. shared the sad news of 2 deaths - June Crawfords daughter-in-law and Burt Ford.
Kim Tenreiro said he was proud to have been introduced once, by the DG elect as a man worthy of the Gary Reilly award - Always working to promote the missions of Rotary! Kim announced an exciting fundraising event.He has memorized the well known Christmas Carolby Charles Dickens, to be preformed as a one man show on the Saturday after Thanksgiving.
Reminder - the camp Onseyawa tear down is on August 28th.
Michele reported that the Club Picnic on August 22nd is up to about 30 picnicersincluding our District Governor from Canandaigua bringing her sought after, deviled eggs!!  You will get a call with your food assignment. Please bring a lawn chair and your favorite beverage.
The Wayne County Rotary Picnic will be held on August 23rd at 5:30, sponsored by the Wolcott Rotary at Marshall Park. The Newark club is being asked to bring rolls.
RSVP b28j02@tds.net or 315-945-0754.
June was born and grew up in Clyde.  She is a registered nurse and has a BA in organizational management.  Her work history consists of Clifton Springs Hospital, Wayne Co. nursing home, Wayne ARC and presently the Bonadio Group.  She and her husband, Ken have three sons - Jarrod, David and Stephen.  Grands are Cameron and Connor.  She likes reading, gardening and travel.  She has served on the House of John board of Directors for and amazing 15 years!
Suzie McUmber August 7
Clay Depew August 8
Dave Saracino August 9
Chrissie Kent and Doug Doebler August 10
Dana Marsh August 12
Mike and Sue Muscolinos anniversary was August 10
Due to Covid our last years District conference, to be held in Niagara Falls, was cancelled. Here are the Awards that would have been presented.
Holly Kreuser, as past President, accepted the Rotary Citation when our Motto was Rotarians connect the World.  
Under the leadership of Fred Hicks, foundation chair, our club donated over $1,500 to Polio Plus.
Newark also received the following Club Awards -
Community Award - 1st place
Newark Cemetery clean-up  Thanks Kevin Mooney
Youth Award - 3rd place
Newark Interact sets up shelter box and explains purpose
Club Award - 1st place
Newark club bowling
District Governor Janet said No wonder were the PREMIER club in the District!
Janet and Fred presented Paul Salisbury with the Paul Harris Award for his generosity and extraordinary acts of giving.
Adam O. was super proudto have sold his first Solar Roof.
Melissa had a wonderful(much needed)vacation in Cape Cod.
Donna Johnson has a new rescue kitty named Wilma - seems appropriate with a son named Fred.
Doug Doebler celebrated his 60th and was honored to receive a video from the Haiti orphans singing happy birthday and saying We love youIN ENGLISH!
Holly is proud of her daughter Megan coming back to the stage with the Waterloo Community Players.  Little Women will be preformed the last 2 week-ends in August.
Grace has taken her Med-Cats attempting to go the Med School.
Kim Tenreiro is happy to announce that Canandaigua is the QUINCENTENNIAL Club in District 7120. (Look what I learned how to spell)
Mitch is happy that his son and soon to be wife, have bought a home in Newark.
I was happy that Fred is putting his tennis skills to good use.  So far the score is Fred 3- Bats 0 (if you know what I mean)
Norma Reilly introduced Kevin Mooney as Assistant Governor for area 11, who introduced our speaker DG Janet Tenreiro.  Janet is a worthy candidate for this years District Governor.  She has been very active in her Canandaigua club serving as President.  Some might describe her as vertically challenged- knowing this, Janet brought her own prop - A BRICK TO STAND ON!  
This years motto is Rotary Serves to Change Lives.  Janet agrees with the sentiment that service is the rent we pay to live on this earth.  We can all say our lives have changed being a part of Rotary.  Our goal is always getting more people involved.  As Janet would say Give more = Do more!Janet praised our club on having a very active and newly formed DEI committee and a Public Image committee that is proud to have an updated brochure.  All efforts toward adding to a new, diverse membership.
She was pleased that we had the technology to include members on Zoom to virtual meetings.  Final praise went to our Foundation that crushed it, raising over $17,000!
We are all looking forward to our in-person Rotary District Conference, hosted by the Canandaigua Club to be held in Oswego, NY.  So close - LETS ALL GO!
Save the date - April 29,30 and May1 2022.
Next week is an open meeting.  Greeter - Clayton Depew  Cashier - Karen Dean