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Medford Rotary – May 2 meeting


Dear Rotarian,

Please come to the Rogue Valley Country Club tomorrow at noon for another great program and fellowship.

Tomorrow’s program will be “Cybercrime Threats to Individuals and Small Businesses” presented by Matthew Canham, cybersecurity consultant and affiliated faculty member for George Mason University.   The program cover some of the latest cybercrime threats, how and why these occur, and some easy steps that you can take to protect yourself.

I hope to see you all there.  If you cannot make it in person but would like to participate remotely, a Zoom meeting link is provided below.

Thank you,

Raul

Raul Woerner is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

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Medford Rotary – April 26 Meeting


Dear Rotarian,

Our program for today’s meeting at the Rogue Valley Country Club is “ODF 2021 Recap and 2022 Fire Season Outlook”.  Tyler McCarty, Oregon Department of Forestry District Forester, will be covering our fire season statistics, local fires of significance, and will touch on a few fires outside our district that occurred last season. He’ll also be covering what folks can expect this upcoming fire season based on our current conditions.

We look forward to seeing you all there, but if you can’t make it in person a Zoom link is provided below.

Thank you,

Raul

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Medford Rotary – Brit Orchestra program Zoom Recording (corrected link to view)


Dear Rotarian,

I am told the hyperlink I sent out yesterday didn’t work, so hopefully one below will work.

Also, to clarify regarding the need for host families, they need hosts in Jacksonville (or very nearby) only.  The dates are June 15 to July 4.

Thank you,

Raul 

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Medford Rotary – Brit Orchestra program Zoom Recording from this week’s meeting


Dear Rotarian,

If you missed this week’s amazing presentation and performance by Britt Festival Orchestra maestro/conductor/musical director Teddy Abrams and first violinist Alexandra “Lexy” Preucil (visiting from Vienna) – or if you want to see and enjoy it again or share, below is a link to the recording.   Skip forward to about ten minutes in to catch the introduction by Ron McUne and Britt Festival Orchestra’s General Manager Renia Shterenberg.   Teddy begins his presentation at about 14 minutes in – and talks about the incredible things that the BFO has accomplished.   He shared how even the great Yo-Yo Ma couldn’t stop talking about the BFO’s original Symphony for Nature at Crater Lake.  Music begins at about 30 minutes in.

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Also, there is a need for more host families this year for the visiting musicians.  Since the season is scheduled earlier this year (mid June to July 3), more musicians are able to attend – and they need places to stay! 

For more information, contact Renia Shterenberg at 541-690-3856, or email at renia@brittfest.org

https://www.brittfest.org/britt-festival-orchestra/become-a-host/

Thanks Teddy, Lexy, Renia and all those in our club who helped put this program together.

Raul


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Rotary 5110 in Action eNews 04-19-2022

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Volume 3, Number 40, April 19, 2022

Great Weekend in Store: Training Assembly & Celebration in Nine Days!

By DGE Aimee Walsh and DG Gerry Kosanovic

In two short weeks, we will return to in-person District events with the Club Training Assembly, followed by the District Celebration, all in Corvallis over a Friday and Saturday, April 29-30. If you have already registered, thank you! If not, now is the time.

Club Training Assembly is for everyone – whether it be a new or a well-seasoned Rotarian. Join club officers, committee chairs, and emerging leaders to learn more about Rotary.

Please be sure to also register for the District Celebration and select lunch for Friday’s Assembly, so we can feed you. Register NOW for the Celebration with DACdb link: Click here to register now or ask your club secretary to help with registration – it’s easy to do!

The entire weekend features great resources and training to maximize your Rotary service and FUN through golf, a street party, a Red Cross partnership for a Blood Drive and a chance to dress up and recognize Rotary leadership on Saturday night!

Look forward to seeing you there for a great weekend! Register Now!


Rotary Dunk a DG at Celebration: Dunk ‘n’ Donate!

By Lee Eckroth

Rotary Dunk A DG
Donate to Vote! Raise funds for the Rotary Foundation by stuffing the ballot box for which District Governor of the past, present or future you would like dunked at the Rotary District 5110 Celebration Street Party in downtown Corvallis on Friday, April 29.

More on this TRFfundraiser by the Rotary Club of Greater Corvallis at www.dgdunk.com


Start Your 5110 Celebration with April 28 Golf at Trysting Tree

By Joe Kosanovic


Registration for a great Rotary 5110 Celebration in Corvallis is underway and anyone who wants to start it off with a Rotary round of golf at Oregon State University’s golf course, Trysting Tree, should take advantage of the Rotary Scramble planned for Thursday, April 28.

The cost is $125 a player or $500 for a foursome and includes green fee, golf cart and BBQ Buffet Lunch.

To register for the 1 p.m. shotgun start, click here. Deadline for registration is Thursday.


Celebration Chair Jeff Davis Addresses Compassionate Leadership

By Michelle L Corradetti

One of the Celebration Speaker, LBCC Administrator (and Celebration Committee Chair) Jeff Davis will address “Compassionate Leadership – Lessons from Movers, Shakers and Thought Leaders.

He teases his paneled-presentation in a podcast conducted by Michelle Coradetti, accessed by clicking here.

In what ways are leadership styles linked to gender? What do we know, and what can we learn, about gender differences in leadership styles? In this panel discussion, we’ll hear from women in leadership positions who’ve navigated challenging workplaces, service organizations, and non-traditional occupations. We’ll also explore how organizations like Rotary can revisit how prospective and new members can be recruited, welcomed, positively engaged, and encouraged to lead and thrive.


Youth Exchange Resumes with Free Workshop Saturday

By Mary Hoskins

After a two-year forced hiatus, Rotary Youth Exchange is again active in District 5110. The Big West youth task force, representing Rotary Zones 26 and 27, is offering a FREE virtual conference designed to ignite interest and energize Rotarians and potential participants, including students and host families. District 5110 will have a prominent role in this conference – Saturday, April 23, 2022.

Grants Pass Rotarian Dan Converse will be the moderator for the conference, and Zach Anderberg, West Point graduate and alum of both Youth Exchange and RYLA, will deliver an inspiring testimonial, “Rotary Saved My Life.” Alexis Screen, Eugene Rotarian, will join a panel of past Youth Exchange participants (called “ROTEX”) to share her personal story about the life-changing aspects of the experience. Click here for the rest of the detail at the D5110 website.


D5110 Celebration in Corvallis to Feature Friday Street Party

By Lesa Banks

Come enjoy live music at Friday night District 5110 Street Party, part of our District Celebration April 29 in downtown Corvallis.

Highlights of the event include:

  • Live music from Hans and the Wanted, a fun-loving top 40 cover band. The band’s repertoire is heavy on modern and classic pop & rock, but also touches on everything from 50’s jazz to 90’s hip-hop.
  • Three food trucks including wood-fired pizza.
  • Beer & wine
  • Axe throwing
  • and a dunk tank (dunk your favorite DG!)

Everyday is Earth Day

By Nikki Rizzardini

This Friday is the 52nd anniversary of Earth day – the World’s largest secular holiday to celebrate and bring focus to protecting our shared home. Environmental issues are humanitarian issues with escalating consequences for us all.

The most recent report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) trumpets us to be People of Action and rise to the occasion to protect our common legacy: the environment. Click here for the entire article and key take-aways as written by the Washington Post and available at the D5110 website.

While the data is bleak, we can, and must for our children and grandchildren, take action to lessen the inevitable changes that are coming as a result of environmental degradation and climate change. We look forward to hosting John Mathers at the District Conference to bring us awareness of the issue and tools to make a difference. See John open our conference Saturday morning with his presentation Climate Emergency – Rotarians in Action.


5110 Celebration Teams with Red Cross

By DG Gerry Kosanovic


Club Presidents & People of Action
– as we prepare for the District 5110 2022 Celebration Conference in Corvallis, it is our intent to merge a service project with our April 30th event, one that would have a defining humanitarian focus of serving others in need.

To that end, I am thrilled to announce that we have partnered with the Red Cross to establish a rewarding, fulfilling, fun competitive virtual blood drive: District Drives to Save Lives. This event began March 22 and concludes at the Celebration’s Friday night Street Party on April 29.

It is easy and simple for club members to participate and, most importantly, it will save lives! Click here for all the details including a short video at the D5110 website!


Assorted Levity for Your Rotary Week/Life

By Mike Corwin

Amusing but authentic words to add to your vocabulary (or not):

Meldrop: Unfortunately, this isn’t a food. Instead, it’s a drop of mucus hanging from someone’s nose.

Obelus: Have you ever wondered what the symbol used for division in a math problem is called? Well, now you know!

Sozzled: When someone is drunk, you can describe them using this silly word.

Bumbershoot: This fun word is another word for “umbrella.”

Titter: Replace the word “giggle” or “laugh” with this word when you want to impress someone.


 
 


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Medford Rotary – April 19 meeting


Dear Rotarian,

Please join us today at noon at the Rogue Valley Country Club for our weekly meeting of the Rotary Club of Medford.  We have another great program scheduled today.  Maestro Teddy Abrams will provide an overview of the 2022 Britt Orchestra season and perform a few pieces on his traveling keyboard.

If you can’t make it in person, a Zoom meeting link is provided below.

Thank you,

Raul

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Rotary 5110 in Action eNews 04-12-2022

“>We’re going to Tonga this week! For week five of our International Speakers Series, the Rotary Clubs of Port Orford and Eugene Metropolitan invite you and your friends on a “road trip” around the world with us. All are welcome to join your friends at the Rotary Club of Corvallis this Thursday noon.
 
Tonga native Pastor Martin Finau will be updating us on volcano/tsunami relief efforts in collaboration with New Zealand Rotary clubs. We are responding to disasters all over the world in the midst of an ongoing pandemic and the war in Ukraine. This amazing district and Rotarians all over the world are responding to crises on every front. We might be overwhelmed but we’re not stopping!
 
Join us for more district fellowship as we travel the world, inspire each other, and do great things together. Zoom up 1-5 with your friends this Thursday. Click here for more info on registering for this free Zoom Rotary meeting. Corvallis President Terri Homer requests: please identify yourselves in your zoom ‘window’ with your name and Rotary Club. They’ve had party-crashers and want to make sure they are only admitting guests who pass The Four-Way Test 🙂
 


100 Days of Reading Challenge

By DG Gerry Kosanovic

Without daily reading practice, children can lose up to three months of literacy skills over the summer. In the aftermath of school closings and decreased access to summer learning programs, children are at a higher risk of losing reading skills than ever before. However, reading at least 20 minutes a day can significantly boost vocabulary and prevent learning loss.

To keep children in rural America learning this summer, Save the Children is hosting a 100 Days of Reading challenge. What is the 100 Days of Reading Challenge?

Save the Children challenges children and families to read at least 20 minutes every day from June 1 – September 8 (World Literacy Day). To help, Save the Children is providing partners with resources, tools, and funding to support a local reading challenge in their community as a fun way to encourage reading all summer long. What do challenge hosts need to do? Click here to find out at the D5110 website.


Levity — Baseball is Back–Time for Yogisms

By Mike Corwin

While there are many, here our Top 20 Yogisms:

  1. “When you come to a fork in the road…. take it.”

  2. “You can observe a lot by just watching.”

  3. “It ain’t over till it’s over.”

  4. “We made too many wrong mistakes.”

  5. “No one goes there nowadays, it’s too crowded.”

  6. “I always thought the record would stand until it was broken.”

  7. “Love is the most important thing in the world, but baseball is pretty good, too.”

  8. “In theory there is no difference between theory and practice. In practice there is.”

  9. “Pair up in threes.”

  10. “You’ve got to be very careful if you don’t know where you are going, because you might not get there.”

  11. “The future ain’t what it used to be.”

  12. “I usually take a two-hour nap from 1 to 4.”

  13. “If the world was perfect, it wouldn’t be.”

  14. “You don’t have to swing hard to hit a home run. If you got the timing, it’ll go.”

  15. “Ninety percent of the game is half mental.”

  16. “Never answer an anonymous letter.”

  17. “Why buy good luggage? You only use it when you travel.”

  18. “Take it with a grin of salt.”

  19. “It gets late early out here.”

  20. “I never said most of the things I said.”


 
 


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Rotary Club of Medford
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District 5110
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