Posted by Bradley Curtis on Nov 29, 2018
Yesterday was standing room only, with 18 Rotarians and 3 visitors...and not just because Tocayo was stacked with dictionaries waiting to be given its Rotary "stamp" and be delivered. Combined, Tony Scanlon and our regular 43 Rotarian, Jaime Burt, collected on the $8 50/50.  Excitement continued with an abundance of continued thankfulness following Thanksgiving, with $21 in Happy Bucks. 
All were excited to see Jay Pechek back at the helm, with Jay sharing his many thanks to all that have provided support.
Though the meeting was short, nearly 600 dictionaries were stamped and sleeved by all 21 in attendance to have the books out the door for deliveries by 8am. It was a great time of fellowship while maintaining the assembly lines.
Dec 5, 2018 6:45am Special Board Meeting: This will be a meeting to discuss a new prospective member application
Dec 5, 2018: 7am Club Meeting. This meeting will include the 2019-2020 Board Elections/Considerations.  We need your vote. Please plan on attending.  There will be several open Board and Officer positions.
Dec 8, 2018: Rotaract Pueblo Santa Run. 5k and Kids Fun Run at Riverwalk. All proceeds to Coats 4 Kids. Register now:
Dec 12, 2018: 7am Club Meeting and Board Meeting
Dec 13, 2018: Holiday Party. It will start at 5:30 at Tocayo. The online registration is now available.
UPDATE: Rotaract Pueblo Santa Run
Erika, current Rotaract Board Director, provided information about Rotaract and the 2nd Annual Santa Run. In addition, she added background to Rotaract and how the Pueblo WEst and Roatry 43 sponsor this New GEnerations group to 18-30 age group to provide foundations for future Rotarians.
Brief Updates:
1. Pete Sutton, and the International Committee offered  calendars to the school classrooms during Dictionary deliveries.
2. In addition to the Santa Run, Rotaract is still collecting money and new to VERY gently used winter coats of all sizes. There is over 800 requests for coats. Start bringing in those coats in to the Club Meetings!!!

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