Hope you are having a great week! I have five items I'd like to ask you to put on your "to do" list for today:
Were you excited about our opportunity for hands-on service at the Community Assistance Center in Sandy Springs? We start this Saturday - Nov. 7 - from 9-noon, and Jennifer Bowler needs to hear from you today so that she can let the CAC know who is attending. We are looking for eight people who are willing to help with cleaning, sorting food donations and stocking pantry shelves - all indoors with strict COVID-19 prevention protocols.
Did you see Rick Woods' email about the online auction we're having this week - stocked with awesome items from the Governors Ball that didn't happen in March. You can read about it again in this bulletin - and I'd encourage you to go bid TODAY!
Mark your calendar now for this Friday's meeting - either in person at the Dunwoody Country or via Zoom ... it's Rotary Foundation Month and this week we'll hear from Sean Minton, a Global Grant Scholar from District 6900 who studied in London last school year.
Remember when we donated money to Malachi's Storehouse late spring/early summer? Now we have an opportunity to help them stuff food bags - probably on a Sunday or Saturday. We're looking for two to three people; if you are interested, contact Kobelah Bennah.
Bring oatmeal this Friday or next! We're hoping to gather 160 boxes of oatmeal - regular or instant - to go in the Harvest Baskets for Kingsley Elementary families in need. As part of the same project, the club is donated $2,500 to buy turkeys.