This has been a busier week for the Rotary Club of Dunwoody, as we designed and painted our community picnic table (thanks to all who helped), cleaned up at Bounds Garden, and readied ourselves for this Friday's visit from District Governor!
We have also confirmed with the Dunwoody Country Club that we will be meeting there (with Zoom options always) for the Fall ... with meeting plans almost set through our annual Holiday Luncheon on December 11. That includes a special appearance next week from Peter Kyle, RI Director for Zones 33-34; he will be presenting via Zoom but you may attend on Zoom or in person. It is a special honor to have our Zone RI Director joining our meeting, and Peter will discuss Rotary International’s partnership with the United Nations, UNESCO, UNICEF, World Bank, and other groups.
I am proud to be your President this year and thank all of you for the work you are doing. The picnic table project came about because Louise saw something online and acted on the opportunity. We encourage all of you to keep your eyes and ears open for SMALL and LARGE ways we can serve in our community. It's who we are and what Rotary is all about.
See you soon!