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We started with the prayer and the pledge.  James Grossi spoke to us about race sponsorship and told us about the June 10th T-Shirt Deadline.  The club is organizing a lunch/dinner for the Breakers baseball team.  The Southampton Historical museum is organizing an event for August 11th.  Marty Gilmartin spoke to us about Memorial Day and it's significance.  Lynda D filled in as Sergeant  Dermot won the 50/50 but did not pick the Jack of Hearts.  Darr Reilly spoke to us about her mission with Carbon Crew.
Meeting began with the pledge and the prayer.  Rotary Day of Sevice will meet at the Westhampton Beach Marina at 1 library avenue in Westhampton Beach .  We are 6 weeks out from the big race, James Grossi reported that everything is running smooth and on schedule.  Registration is open up on Southamptonrotary.com in the right hand corner , top of the page.  Assistant Governor Rosane Cassella that Southampton is now in her coverage along with Hampton Bays, East Hampton.  Seamus won the 50/50.  Travis Corwin was our sargent.  We got to know long time member Alexis Mayer in our interview session Meet the Rotarian.
Our meeting began with the prayer and the pledge.  The American flag was missing so we had to improvise.  Tim spoke about his Saturday hike through Tuckahoe woods.  Mary Kelly gave us the good news that the Bridgehampton School will have an interact club next year.  Paul won the 50/50.  Tom Guldi was the sargent.  James Dresdin our speaker gave us some great advice and information about composting.
Our meeting began with the prayer and the pledge.  Tim Corwin spoke about his upcoming hike for Saturday.   James Grossi spoke about the race on July 2nd.  Seamus won the 50/50 but picked the King of Diamonds.  He needed to pick the Jack of hearts to win the grand prize.  There are 18 cards left in the deck, so we anticipate a winner soon, so be sure to get those tickets every week for $3.  Travis Corwin as our sargent. Nick Dyno & Paul Cassella won best dresssed. Our program was Daniel Foiget one of two full time ambulance employees.  He talked about what the ambulance does for the community.  Dan talked about the ambulance offers CPR classes,  signups are done online 
Our meeting began with the prayer and the pledge.  Tom Guldi as sargent did Stump the Rotarian.  Rotarians asked questions to Tom based on his knowledge of 1920 American History .  I'm always impressed with Tom's knowledge when he speaks, also shocked that we stumped him quite a bit.  Our program was  Susan of Southampton Day Care.  She discussed the challenges of running a day care center in 2023.
Our meeting began with the prayer and the pledge.  The Southampton Inn served a delicious lunch of pork chops and rice.  Frank (guest) won the 50/50 but did not pick the Jack of Hearts.  Linda quizzed the rotary faithful.   Our guest was Frank and he talked about an upcoming fundraiser to help cops learn other fighting techniques
Our meeting began with the pledge and the prayer.  Tim Corwin announced his easter weekend hike on Saturday.  We talked about Spaghetti Dinner and tickets will be distributed to the membership next week.   Harold Wilson was our sargent .  Our program was Mary Latham a graduate of Greenport High School who is the Founder of More Good.  An inspirational story on an idea to give people more positive message while spending time in hospital waiting rooms.  
Our meeting began with the pledge and the prayer.  We talked about Spaghetti Dinner, sponsorships, etc.   Travis Corwin was our sargent.  He told us that today was OK day.  Also photons tend to travel light.  Guest Simone won the 50/50 but did not pick the jack of hearts.  We auctioned off a rotary vintage t-shirt that went to Rosane.  The program was Pamela from HARLI telling us about her organization and how she fights domestic violence
Our meeting began with the prayer and the pledge  .  We talked about Spaghetti Dinner May 8th, and Rotary Day of Service.  May 20th, 2023 is Rotary day of Service.  We are going to be doing a beach cleanup somewhere with the Westhampton Rotary.  If would like to participate in the day , please let me know.  We are trying to get a t-shirt count for the day.  Harold won the 50 but he chose the Jack of Spades NOT the Jack of hearts. Tom Guldi was our sargent.   Mark told us about everything the Boy Scouts did this year.  Our District Governor Sonia Saleh was visiting and told us about this years Rotary logo
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Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Claude's at the Southampton Inn
91 Hill Street
Southampton, NY 11968
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Rotary Makeups

Local Makeup Meetings:

East Hampton - Monday, 6:30 pm at James Lane Cafe

Greenport - Tuesday, 7:30 am at Townsend Manor Inn

Hampton Bays - Tuesday, 12:15 pm at Oaklands Restaurant (bi-weekly)

Moriches - Thursday, 6:30 pm at Ladakins Restaurant

Riverhead - Wednesday, 6:40 pm at The Birchwood

Southold - Tuesday, 6:40 pm at Skipper's Restaurant

Westhampton - Tuesday, 12:15 pm at Atlantica Bath & Tennis Club

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