Posted by Susan Smith
Please bring ALL scratch ticket stubs, money and unsold tickets to this week’s meeting.  We will sell the unsold tickets at Truck Day.  T-shirts will be handed out to all Rotarians who have taken a spot on the Sign Up Genius.  If you have not signed-up, please take one of the blank spots.    https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0a48a5a82ea0fc1-truck2/30688943  Thank you!  Susan
 
 
Truck Day This Sunday Susan Smith 2018-05-16 04:00:00Z 0
The May 24 Breaking Bread Kitchen community dinner will be hosted by our Rotary Club.  Suzanne Arre will be the leader that night and she will need volunteer support from the club.  This is Suzanne's first time taking the lead for a Breaking Bread dinner, please sign up to help if you can!  A Sign-Up Genius has been circulated seeking Rotarians to sign up for all of the jobs involved in providing a successful meal to our neighbors.    We are still looking for volunteers to serve, arrange for the Berkshire Mountain Bakery bread donation and pick it up, wash dishes and clean up.  The sign-up link is here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0d48aaa629abf49-breaking13
 
 
 
 
Volunteers Still Needed for May 24 Breaking Bread 2018-05-09 04:00:00Z 0
Posted by Michael Wise
This week we have an opportunity to do something on our wish-list: use a regular Wednesday meeting for doing Rotary business. I was planning to set this up for later in the month, but this week’s speaker just cancelled at the last minute. A couple of topics need some attention, from committees more than from the full membership. 
 
First, committees that are involved in spending money should put together a proposal for next year’s budget, in time for the board to review and adopt it in July. Second, the communications-website committee needs to set up a system for doing the newsletter, which Jessica Speer-Holmes has ably managed over the last few months but which she can’t handle over the summer while the camp is going full blast. And if any committees have other issues that they’d like to discuss at that level, here’s your chance, without having to find another time and place.
 
My proposal: after lunch tomorrow, we reassemble with the other members of our committee(s) to review what we've done over this Rotary year and outline what we might want to do next year — and how much it would cost. 
 
 
Committee Meetings Instead of Speaker Today Michael Wise 2018-05-01 04:00:00Z 0
Posted by George Raymond
There were 23 people at last week's Rotary meeting and we collected 64 containers of pasta sauce and several checks.   Participation was excellent. Thanks to all who did participate.
 
Many members were not present.  If you were not there and are coming this week, please consider picking up a few jars of pasta sauce and bringing them to tomorrow's meeting.  In lieu of a pasta sauce donation, checks should be made out to "The People's Pantry".
 
George
 
 
It Is Not Too Late To Participate In This Month's Food Drive George Raymond 2018-04-11 04:00:00Z 0
Storage Space
The Club needs some storage space. Does anyone have an empty garage or barn or corner of a basement? First, we need to find a place for the stuff that is in the basement of the house that John Benedict is moving out of. Second, while we’re at it we should collect into one place all the of the odds and ends, the banners and pancake breakfast supplies and shelters and logo merchandise and who knows what else that is lurking in other basements and garages and attics. If you have Rotary stuff stashed away, let me know; we’ll try to put it all in one place. If no member has a place for it all, we’ll rent a storage locker.
 
Volunteers to attend our Rotary District Assembly and the Rotary International Convention
We’re looking for volunteers to attend a couple of Rotary events coming up. Our District assembly is May 9, in Enfield, Connecticut. In the morning is a training session, which could be valuable for newer members or those who want to learn more about how the club connects with the District and Rotary International. At the noon business meeting – where you’d get a free lunch! --  our club has two votes. The agenda is mostly to change the district bylaws to make it easier to form a quorum at these meetings.
The other upcoming event is more exotic: Is anyone going to Canada in June? The annual Rotary International convention is in Toronto June 26-27. You could be our representative and vote for the next RI Governor.
 
More Time for Club Business
One of the pieces of business that we did not get to at last week’s Wednesday meeting of the club was a recommendation from the Membership Committee to make more time available at our regular Wednesday meetings for talking about club business. Ironic, yes? It’s a good idea, so we’re going to try to make about one meeting per month a club assembly or business session. The next one will probably be in early May. One topic for a general meeting will be the Membership Committee’s proposals about attendance and corporate membership, which they had planned to discuss last week. Another possibility is to use a Wednesday session for committees to get together and in some cases to get themselves organized: a few still don’t have chairs or vice-chairs. We start a new fiscal year in July, with a new slate of officers and directors, and it would be good to help them hit the ground running, with people and plans and a budget lined up and ready to go.
 
 
 
President's Message Michael Wise 2018-04-03 04:00:00Z 0
We served a spaghetti/meat sauce dinner to between 40 and 50 folks last night at Breaking Bread!  I want to thank non-Rotarian Denny Whitcomb for assisting with the main meal, and big thanks to Oskar & Mike for the great setup and for providing dessert.  Thanks Pam Pescosolido for assisting in setup as well.  Thanks also to Terry Whitcomb and Anne Hutchinson (along with her sharp knifes) who assisted with salad prep, John Benedict & Michael Wise for dishwashing and cleanup, Bob Norris for bringing the bread, Mary White, Steve Agar, Alice Naylor and Stephanie Carlson for serving and cleanup.  If I’ve forgotten anyone, my apologies.
 
Thanks again!
 
Dave
Thanks to all who helped with Breaking Bread David Isby 2018-04-03 04:00:00Z 0
Posted by Michael Wise on Feb 27, 2018
Youth is in the news. The media are full of admiration for the energetic, photogenic, confidently well-spoken and media-savvy kids from Florida who have seized the moment and claimed a cause. One conclusion that nearly everyone has reached, regardless of position about the cause the kids have taken up, is that their willingness, indeed insistence, on getting involved to try to make a difference bodes well for the future of our civil society.
 
Closer to home, and at a smaller scale, the kids are giving us hope too. Our Club’s Youth Exchange program is attracting interest again; we have an applicant for summer program and we are likely to have an incoming student again, if we can line up host families. The Interact club we support at Mount Everett is doing well. On March 24, the same day that the kids in Florida are organizing nationwide demonstrations, our District is bringing Rotary youth together for its annual Interact conference in Wethersfield. That program too is being organized and led by the kids themselves. I’ll be interested to learn what they decide to put on their agenda.
 
The kids will be all right.
President's Message Michael Wise 2018-02-27 05:00:00Z 0
Posted by George Raymond on Feb 20, 2018
You will recall that we had been geared up for a large collection of cereal on February 7 (the first Wednesday of the month).  But that meeting was cancelled because of a snowstorm.  The following week's meeting, February 14, was lightly attended but there was, nonetheless, a good collection of cereal and money (checks). I hope there will be more donations tomorrow (Feb. 21) from those unable to donate last week because they weren't at the meeting. And, to those who have not yet taken any action to participate in this major push:  Please buy hot or cold cereal before tomorrow's meeting or write a check to "The People's Pantry" and bring it in.
 
Thanks in advance.
 
Cereal for the People's Pantry--Important Information George Raymond 2018-02-20 05:00:00Z 0
Posted by Vito Vitrano
We had a great turnout for Breaking Bread this past Thursday to help serve over 50 people. Thanks go out to Hank Ferlauto our cook, Susan Arre who made the most delicious cup cakes, Janet Dahoney, Mary White, Oskar Hallig and Mike, Michael Wise and Ray Murry who took care of the dish washing, Alice Naylor, Steve Agar, Nancy O'Conner, Pam Pescosolido, Anne Hutchinson and Maria Vitrano.
Thank you all. 
Vito Vitrano
Thanks to the February 1 Breaking Bread Team! Vito Vitrano 2018-02-06 05:00:00Z 0
Posted by Michael Wise
January is a time for making resolutions. Rotary formalizes this, but on a different calendar. Incoming presidents are supposed to have set goals back in June, and then they get a year to try to follow through on them. The Rotary International website gives clubs some useful tools for setting goals and tracking progress. Six months into my term as your president, it’s time to review the state of the “resolutions” I put onto the webpage last spring.
The first one was to grow. We did add some members, but we lost more, so we’re down a bit from last June. John’s goal for last year had been to reach 65 members. I scaled that back to 60, but we’re now at about 50. Adding ten in the next six months will be a challenge. To get to 60 from where we are now, ten members will have to step up to invite and sponsor a new member.
The second was to be sure everyone is involved. The target is to have at least 50 members engaged in a club service project. I think we’ve come very close to that. Reviewing the membership directory, I could place every member at at least one of our service events since last June.
 
There’s more on my wish list: more social activities, greater public visibility, a new community service project, maybe a new fundraising project, a community forum about Rotary International’s core priorities, collaboration with other Rotary clubs in the area and with InterAct. So many ideas, and now so little time.
Setting goals does focus attention and stimulate imagination. But planning should not take more time than doing. There’s much to be said for showing up to do what we already know needs to be done.
President's Message Michael Wise 2018-01-30 05:00:00Z 0
The food pantry item this week is TUNA. (NB: All items from the list below are welcome any week.  The item of the week is to give guidance to various organizations soliciting donations to ensure all categories are covered each week.  If you don't have the item of the week but can grab another item out of your pantry on your way to Rotary, please do!)
 
If you're thinking ahead...
January 31: CANNED VEGETABLES
February 7: CEREAL
 
 
People's Pantry Item of the Week Jessica Speer-Holmes 2018-01-23 05:00:00Z 0
The Great Barrington Rotary Breaking Bread Kitchen Committee is seeking one more Rotarian who would be willing to provide leadership to one dinner this year.  The nights left to choose from are May 24 or December 27.  Please contact Oskar Hallig if you would be willing to provide leadership to this important community service effort on behalf of our club.  Leading typically involves cooking the main course (there are usually plenty of volunteers to assist and Vito has an easy menu template you can follow to keep it simple).
Breaking Bread Kitchen Leader Needed for Either May 24 or December 27 2018-01-16 05:00:00Z 0
Posted by Michael Wise
Rotary takes time. Not all of us have much time, and we don’t always have it when something needs to be done. So tasks like taking down the Main Street decorations last Thursday fall to the usual half-dozen stalwarts who can be free at 4:30 on a weekday (and who have big pickup trucks). Attendance at weekly meetings has been trending downward, probably for similar reasons: for some it can be hard to get away for that long every week. The membership committee is processing the ideas from our discussions last fall about what we should expect from each other and how our club might adapt our schedule to the realities of modern professional life. We’ll get their report soon.
Whatever the particulars, I trust we will follow the principle, which ought to have an equivalent in Rotary lore, of “from each according to their ability, to each according to their need.” [I’ll pay a $10 fine Wednesday if someone identifies the original source of that.] Which is to say, we’re all in this together and we all do what we can.
President's Message Michael Wise 2018-01-16 05:00:00Z 0
The annual Youth Exchange Ski Weekend will be held January 19th thru the 21st. Thank you to all who have volunteered to help with the weekend and to host exchange students.  John Benedict will be circulating an email with housing and volunteer assignments tomorrow.  We will be hosting twelve students this year for the ski weekend!
 
Youth Exchange Ski Weekend Scheduled for Jan 19 - 21 2018-01-16 05:00:00Z 0
We enjoyed a very informative visit from Fred Harris who spoke at our January 3 meeting at Koi.  Fred updated members on how Saint James Place is doing in its first year of operation and what the organization hopes to achieve in the future.  Saint James Place "was created to save the historic St. James Episcopal Church & Parish House, and to preserve and repurpose the buildings for use as a permanent home, creative hub and year-round quality performance venue for cultural and educational nonprofit organizations," as explained on their website.  The image above is also from their website.  To learn more about Saint James Place you may go to their website at the following link: https://saintjamesplace.net/
 
Fred Harris of St.James Place Spoke at the January 3 Meeting 2018-01-09 05:00:00Z 0
Posted by Edward McCormick
We are planning on taking down the Holiday Decorations on Thursday. We are going to meet at the CVS parking lot at 4:30 PM and as long as we have the help we should have the decorations put away in Kimball’s basement within an hour. If you have a ladder, screw driver and wire cutter please bring.
Volunteers Needed to Take Down the Holiday Decorations Thursday Edward McCormick 2018-01-09 05:00:00Z 0
The board voted unanimously to provide a contribution of $200 to Volunteers In Medicine at their meeting on January 8th.  VIM's mission is to "provide access to free, comprehensive health care for those in the Berkshire region who are income-qualified and uninsured or underinsured."  To learn more about Volunteers In Medicine, visit their website at the following link: http://vimberkshires.org/
Support for VIM 2018-01-09 05:00:00Z 0
There is still time to make a contribution to the Watson Fund to support families in need in South County this holiday season.  Contributions may be dropped off at any Berkshire Bank branch of mailed to The Watson Fund c/o Berkshire Bank; 244 Main Street Great Barrington, MA 01230.  To learn more about the Watson Fund and Rotary's involvement, please read the story below from the Facebook page of The Watson Fund:
 
The Watson Fund -- a South County Holiday Tradition
 
Jack Watson can't remember a Christmas without the Watson Fund. His father, John Watson, was the Great Barrington Bureau Chief for the Berkshire Eagle. It was 1936, the Great Depression, and John Watson had seen a lot of families in real need while out on the beat. He knew the families personally. He knew which children needed winter boots and "kind of" could guess their shoe sizes. He knew which cupboards in which homes would be lightly stocked with the holidays approaching and all. It was a small town and he was a local reporter.
 
At first it was called the Community Christmas Cheer Fund. There were some cash donations, but for the most part in those early years, John Watson simply went merchant to merchant with a list in hand. A boy's sweater, a girl's warm scarf, a basket of potatoes and carrots and squash.
 
Jack was seven or eight when he first helped out with the Fund. He was a Boy Scout. Two days before Christmas, Scout Master Charlie Schneider would gather Troops 22 and 23 to join members of the Great Barrington Rotary Club in the upstairs room of the old brick firehouse on Castle Street. The stairs were steep, but that did not stop them hauling up boxes of food and clothes purchased in bulk with donations to the Fund. They divided and packed the goods into individual boxes with the name of a family on each. On the morning of Christmas Eve, Scouts and Rotarians alike would come back and start deliveries to all the homes.
 
John Watson would make sure all donors to the Fund were publicly thanked in The Eagle. Most of the contributions were "in memory of" a family member or friend or were made as a donation in lieu of cards.
 
When John Watson died in 1963, the Community Christmas Cheer Fund had grown into a proud holiday tradition serving families in Great Barrington and Housatonic. But who would continue the tradition?
 
It was Charlie Schneider who approached Jack Watson. Jack was young and was just setting up his own accounting business and his memories of working with his father and his Scout Troop on the Fund were strong. He took up the challenge -- but not without help. Great Barrington Rotary Club members jumped in also. The Fund's name was changed to the "John S. Watson Fund, Inc.," also known as the Watson Fund, to honor its founder and a new phase of a tradition began.
 
Under Jack Watson's chairmanship the range of families served grew to include those throughout South County. The focus remained on clothes and food, not toys. The objective was to address practical needs. Cash donations grew to $25,000 per year. All contributors are still thanked in weekly press releases.
 
There were adventures, like the time Jack was making a delivery up Elm Court and over the railroad tracks. It was icy and the borrowed truck slipped down the bank and onto the tracks. Someone notified the railroad company that a truck was on the tracks. Jack made some calls. Peter Adams came by with a wrecker and pulled the truck out. Jack continued on his way making deliveries. It wasn't the only vehicle-stuck-in-a-bank story. Some of the homes were remote and more than one Rotarian lost the way when making deliveries.
 
Even though recipient families were encouraged to be at home on Christmas Eve morning to accept the donation, there was always at least one knock on the door that went unanswered. It fell to Jack to make the delivery later. And he could normally discover the family at a relative's or at a friend's for the holiday. The towns of South County are still relatively small and folks know each other. Jack credits Arlene Dezieck of the Visiting Nurse Association for "working up the list" of families in need. Mary Harrigan of Berkshire Community Action Council and now Community Health Program's Dorothy Heath has stepped in to help. A call goes out where families can request food or clothes donations from the Fund.
 
The work of the Watson Fund -- gathering names, collecting food and clothes, packing up boxes, and delivering -- is all accomplished in the matter-of-fact spirit of "let's get this done!" No thanks are needed. No special credit is given. It is community people doing work for their community by helping those most in need. "Of course we want to give to the Watson Fund," was Matt Massiero of Guido's comment when asked for a donation. "It is just what we do." Jack and his wife Barbara retired and moved to Nevada in 2004 to be near their children. But they remain on the board of directors of the Watson Fund. A local team, chaired by Kim Whalen of Smith Watson, continue the work with the help of many. This year the Great Barrington Rotary Club has formalized what has been a long-standing informal relationship with the Fund by creating a Watson Fund Committee. Rotarians Ray Murray, Ed McCormick, Susan Smith, Bobbie Hallig, Julie Hannum, and Gary Kobran are bringing their contacts and skills to support a valued South County initiative.
 
Watson Fund Update 2017-12-26 05:00:00Z 0
DEC 21 : LISA  HENRIQUES - $50.00
DEC 22: SABRINA  RIGGIERO - $50.00             
DEC 23: ROBERT KRUPSKI - $50.00
DEC 24: STEVE  AGAR - $50.00
DEC 25: GARRETT  HAPP - $500.00
DEC 26: JAMES TRUDEN - $50.00
DEC 27: NUCOLE  KROUZ - $100.00
DEC 28: PAT  SALVI - $50.00
DEC 29: DAVID   PEARLSON - $50.00
DEC 30: BENES   GLACKMAN - $50.00
DEC 31: ELIZABETH CARTER
 
Lotto Winners for the Week of Dec 21-31 2017-12-26 05:00:00Z 0
Posted by Michael Wise
Just in case you haven’t gotten around to it yet, another e-mail from the Rotary Foundation reminds us that the Foundation will be happy to accept donations even after the month of November. You can even send them directly to the Foundation, I think; if you put your Rotary number on the check, they should be able to credit it to our Club’s efforts. Let's meet our goal in Linda Day’s memory: 100 percent participation and an average of $100 per member. 
 
Five More Days for Rotary Foundation Contributions in 2017 Michael Wise 2017-12-26 05:00:00Z 0
January Board Meeting Moved to January 8 2017-12-19 05:00:00Z 0
Due to the fact that Crissey Farm has a conflicting event on January 3rd, our regular club lunch meeting will be held at Koi, 300 State Road in Great Barrington.
 
January 3rd Meeting Moved to Koi 2017-12-19 05:00:00Z 0
Posted by Jessica Speer-Holmes
As we transition back to using Club Runner as our platform for the bulletin we are experiencing some technical difficulties.  I haven't yet figured out how to remove the "read more" links from the news items that don't have more to be read.  Hopefully, by next week I will have that figured out.  In this issue of the bulletin, only the article about the Holiday Lights actually has something more to be read.  
Apologies from the Editor Jessica Speer-Holmes 2017-12-12 05:00:00Z 0
If you have anything you would like included in the weekly club bulletin, please send it my way.  We are working on developing a new approach to our bulletin and would be happy to include information you would like to communicate to the members of the club.  Please email anything you would like included to executive@camphirock.org.  The bulletin generally goes out on Tuesday or Wednesday so please consider Monday night your deadline for inclusion in that week's bulletin.  Thanks, Jessica Speer-Holmes
Call for Club Bulletin Content Jessica Speer-Holmes 2017-12-12 05:00:00Z 0
No Regular Lunch Meeting This Week Jessica Speer-Holmes 2017-12-12 05:00:00Z 0
Posted by Jessica Speer-Holmes
The following news post was recently added to the Great Barrington Rotary Facebook page.  We're including it here for those who might have missed it or who might not use Facebook:
 
 
Holiday Lights Post from Facebook Jessica Speer-Holmes 2017-12-12 05:00:00Z 0
Posted by Jessica Speer-Holmes
The Breaking Bread dinner on December 7th was a great success.  The dinner was led by Oskar Hallig and Mike Zipel.  Oskar, the current vice-chairperson of the Great Barrington Rotary Club also serves as the chairperson for the Breaking Bread Committee.  On December 7th, we served beef stew with pasta, salad, bread, and cookies and fruit. The other wonderful volunteers who made the evening possible were Rotarians Barbara Manring, Bobbie Hallig, Suzanne Arre, Stephanie Carlson, John Benedict, Michael Wise, Alice Naylor.  The Rotarians were joined by Dottie Bonbrake our great Mt. Washington helper.  We served about 50 people!
December 7 Breaking Bread a Great Success Jessica Speer-Holmes 2017-12-12 05:00:00Z 0
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Posted by Susan Smith on Feb 01, 2016
Current Membership: 59 members
 
Hello Everyone,
 
 
Last Week:  We had a very entertaining presentation by Charlie Burger, Chief of the Great Barrington Fire Department.
 
Crissey Farm:  For those members who pay for their lunch with a check,  Gary has asked that checks be made payable to “The Brewery,” rather than to Crissey Farm.
    
Breaking Bread:  As reported last week, Rotary's date for Breaking Bread is March 10th.  Oskar Hallig is leading this one up and doing the main dish.  Jessica Spear Holmes has prepared a Sign Up Genius for the dinner.  The link is as follows:  http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0d48aaa629abf49-breaking2.    Our next date will be May 5th.  If you are able to lead the team for that date, please contact Oskar at oskar@onlyinmydreamsevents.com.  As soon as we get the updated schedule for the entire year, I will share that information with the Club.
 
Rotary After Hours:  Jess Krupski is organizing a social hour for the Club on Thursday, March 16th at Castle Street.  We hope you can stop by for a drink and a few laughs.
 
People’s Pantry:  Peanut Butter - We are down to 6 cards.  Increase your odds of winning, and bring some peanut butter to the meeting!
 
From the Foundation:  
 
ROTARY DIRECT TESTIMONIAL FROM TERRY ZIEGLER IN 2014 “I received my Gift Acknowledgement from Rotary International today recognizing the contributions I made on a credit card through Rotary Direct in 2013.  This is one more reason to give by Rotary Direct - you get one Gift Statement at the end of the year rather than each time you mail a check.  That's in addition to the fact that it's automatic, it's easy - no checks to mail, no stamp cost (going up soon), and the fact that Rotary has determined that it costs them less to process contributions from credit cards than checks due to the low rate they pay, the rebate they receive from Visa ($ millions currently going to PolioPlus) and the labor required to process large numbers of checks.”
 
ROTARY DIRECT IS SAFE, SECURE AND EASY…SIGN UP TODAY!
 
 
Bulletin for February 3, 2016 Susan Smith 2016-02-02 00:00:00Z 0
Bulletin for November 18, 2015 Susan Smith 2015-11-17 00:00:00Z 0
Memory of a Presentation John Benedict 2015-09-22 00:00:00Z 0
Bulletin for August 19, 2015 Susan Smith 2015-08-18 00:00:00Z 0
District Governor Kyong Wilson Elizabeth Hamilton 2015-08-05 00:00:00Z 0
Truck Day 2015! Susan Smith 2015-05-20 00:00:00Z 0
YEX Ski Weekend 2015 John Benedict 2015-01-28 00:00:00Z 0
Great Barrington Rotary Scarves in South Tanzania! Elizabeth Hamilton 2014-03-05 00:00:00Z 0