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This Week's Meeting - Thirsty Thursday
Join the Year-End Celebration at Dunwoody Country Club


This week, we'll have a Thirsty Thursday celebration like none other ever! 

  1. It is our celebration of the 2019-20 Rotary year - and all that we have accomplished under the leadership of President Cathie Brumfield and her Board of Directors. 
  2. It is the first time in history people attending will be wearing masks (but our second Thirsty Thursday).
  3. It's the first time that our year-end celebration follows the installation of officers for the new Rotary year, as Ardy Bastien and his team were installed at last week's meeting.

The live setting is a familiar one - the Dunwoody Country Club. Festivities begin at 6:00 pm; everyone at the Country Club will be treated by the Club to a beverage and appetizers. Your spouse or a guest is welcome to attend! Immediate Past President Cathie will share her thoughts about the year and present some awards starting at about 6:45 pm. And you can greet President Cathie's family who is pictured here (photo by Ritchie).

We selected Dunwoody Country Club because it offers the social distancing we think makes it safer for us to meet in person. Masks will be required. We will have masks and hand sanitizer available. The Country Club will take temperatures at the front door - anyone with a temperature of 100 or more will be asked to leave. DCC staff (with masks and gloves) will provide cafeteria style appetizer service and pre-rolled silverware, water and such will be available at DCC-manned stations in the meeting room.

Want to Join by Zoom ... would you be our host?

We'd love to provide the option for those who can't or aren't comfortable with attending in person to join us by Zoom. To do that, we need someone to be our Zoom host - to open the Zoom meeting and let people in. Let President Ardy or Past President Cathie know if you're willing to host. If we find a Zoom host before tomorrow afternoon, we'll send an email to the club with connection information.


Posted by Jackie Cuthbert
July 15, 2020

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