President's Message
Hello Rotarians!
It was great having our District Governor, Tammy Mosteller, in house last week. Tammy spoke to the  group but also heard first hand of several different service projects that our club participates in. You should be aware that Tammy has since received the complete list of service projects (found in Rotary #101) that we have compiled.
This week we  have a special treat as we will induct/”indoctrinate” our newest member Ken Fay and also hear from our two (2) newest members, Mike Pugh and Debbie Perry. Both have previous Rotary experience and we certainly look forward to hearing more about them. 
Meanwhile, Music in the Park had another successful event and the Sunday afternoon RACE TO EDUCATE was a success which we will hear more about on Wednesday.
Will I see you there? Hope so!

Perry Clark
District Governor Tammy Mosteller Speaks at Rotary
By Steve Baker
The Denver/Lake Norman Rotary Club welcomed District 7670 Governor Tammy Mosteller for the 2022-2023 Rotary year as its guest speaker on Wednesday, September 14th.

DG Tammy talked about future projects in the district. One of these projects is the Red Sand Project. This project is a combined effort of the Denver, Sherrill Ford and Lincolnton Rotary Clubs and helps to bring attention to the human trafficking problem. North Carolina is ranked #9 for human trafficking.

DG Tammy asked questions to the club about what projects we felt were our signature projects. Our club members brought up Music in the Park, Foster Kids Day at the Lake, Operation Warm and other projects that Denver/Lake Norman Rotary participates in over the year. Another project that is a combined effort of the clubs in our area is the 2022 Rotary Race to Educate. This project raises funds for the Lincoln County School District.

One of the high priority goals is working to increase and maintain club memberships. DG Tammy talked about several ideas of how to make clubs more interesting and fun, which increases the reasons that potential members would find them as ones that they would like to join.

We appreciate the time that the District Governor took to visit our club and share with us the thoughts and future happenings in the district. We hope to continue our growth and project undertakings as the Denver/Lake Norman Rotary and we look forward to having another successful year in 2022-2023.

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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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