President's Message
Hello Rotarians!
What a terrific program last week by Keith Sipe of the GE Massey School in Lincolnton. Keith told of the non-traditional school located in Lincolnton and what its purpose was. A very good program.
Often, the best programs we have are from our own members. This week, our very own RICK AYERS is stepping up to the plate and he will show us first aid and AED training for those who are interested. This is a program that Rick has volunteered to do which is in response to Damar Hamlin of the NFL Buffalo Bills who had a heart attack during their recent televised game. Additionally, in several weeks, we will have someone locally who works for the NFL tell us what their procedures are in case of such an event.
Looking forward to the training from Rick on Wednesday! I hope to see you at Unity this week!
Yours in Rotary,
Perry Clark
Keith Berman and Bill Muir Speak to Denver/Lake Norman Rotary about the GE Massey Elementary School Outdoor Classroom
Bill Muir and Keith Berman discuss the outdoor classroom project at GE Massey Elementary School in Lincolnton at Denver/Lake Norman Rotary on January 11th.
Club Information
Denver/Lake Norman Rotary - Founded 1995
Denver/Lake Norman
Wednesdays at 7:30 AM
Unity Presbyterian Church
8210 Unity Church Road
Denver, NC 28037
United States of America
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Bulletin Editor
Craig Buhrendorf
Attendance (1/11)
44 Rotarians
4 guests
Katie Henry
Happy Bucks
Alzheimer's Research (CART)
Jan 18, 2023
AED Training
Jan 25, 2023
Lincoln County Economic Development Association
Feb 01, 2023
Lincoln County EMS Manager
Feb 08, 2023
NFL Security Representative
Feb 22, 2023
Vice President Regional Business Development, Foundation for the Carolinas
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Upcoming Events
Denver/Lake Norman Rotary Board Meeting
The Jonas Law Firm
Feb 03, 2023
7:30 AM – 8:30 AM
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Shoes for Guapiles
The Denver/Lake Norman Rotary will once again be supporting Jim Minor and his son Ash on their fourth Building Mission Trip to Costa Rica, February 3-13.  The men's Mission Team from Weddington UMC has been going to Costa Rica for over 20 years on mission trips that build Methodist Church-related projects throughout the country.  This year's trip will be going to Guapiles, on the eastern side of the mountain range that cuts through the central part of Costa Rica.  
The Team will be taking shoes donated by the Club to distribute to parishioners in Guapiles. All donated shoes are deeply appreciated by the local Costa Rican families.  All new and/or 'gently used' shoes are welcome, and can include shoes for adults, children, and infants.  Types of shoes can be athletic, work, casual or dress, hiking and beach footwear.  No cold weather or high-top boots please.
Shoes can be donated at Wednesday morning Denver/Lake Norman Rotary meetings through January 25th.
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