Calendar of Events

March 18, 2014

Lunch opens at 12:00pm (noon) - Meeting begins at 12:30pm

 Alan Worley, CEO, Money Pages

 A recognized marketing business leader known for his strategic vision and tireless business pursuits, Alan Worley offers a unique blend of savvy business marketing, creative solutions and a charismatic charm to a diversified clientele.  With a focus on strategic solutions analysis, Alan has built a successful business known as Money Pages, a marketing and advertising company, by partnering with clients, sharing creative ideas and solutions and consistently delivering positive results. Money Pages specializes in direct mail campaigns, interactive marketing solutions as well as design initiatives and print.  

A head for business and a heart for family and community, Alan serves on several Boards, he and his family volunteer their time to many local organizations and are active in their church.  

 Save the Date for The Alhambra Fund Raising Event - June 5th! 

 Social Security starring Barbara Eden 

Save the date for the Rotary Fund Raiser at the Alhambra dinner theater.  

     "When a well-known art gallery owner and her husband receive a visit from her  mother,   all seems to be going smoothly until they find out the visit may not end. Panic and mayhem ensue as life takes a crazy turn in this hilarious comedy starring the always enchanting Barbara Eden."

A Note From Rotaract 
South Jacksonville Rotarians,

I want to thank the South Jacksonville Rotarians for sending me to Rotary PETS this past weekend. It was very motivating and rewarding. It really helped me to understand the grandness of Rotary and how we fit into it. I thoroughly enjoyed the speakers and the breakout sessions. I was even able to meet the incoming district governors for 6970, Percy Rosenbloom and Fel Lee, along with several other Rotarians from our district.

Our Rotaract breakouts were well attended with over 30 Rotaractors from many college and community based clubs. I took a lot away from the breakouts and the ensuing discussions, and will work to implement that into my year as Rotaract president. 

These seminars also allowed me to network with the many Rotaract leaders in Jacksonville and throughout the state. We are working together to better organize Rotaract to increase communication and possibly form a district council.

Again thank you for sending me to PETS and all of your involvement with our club.
-Lucas Hildebrand

Minutarian Update,  Week 37
Rotarians of 6970,

Does your club need a speaker? How about your club President Elect? They just completed a weekend at PETS, and can share some great information. Give them the opportunity to share the experience that is PETS. Congratulations and thanks to all those PEs, Assistant Governors, Rotaractors, Trainers, Governor Elect Percy, Governor Nominee Fel and Governor Designate Marshall, all of whom helped make it a great PETS weekend.

Next up, District Assembly! March 29th in Palatka. Two simple words for anyone in our District, BE THERE! For those that have District Grants or Global Grants currently or hope to apply soon, three simple words, MUST BE THERE! Club representation must participate in grant management seminars which will be offered at District Assembly. Here’s two more reasons to go, it’s just plain fun and ends with great food.

Club Presidents and Awards Chairs, keep those applications coming in!
Have a Great Week, and thanks for all you do!

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