Dr. Bill Hinckley
Air Care & Mobile Care
UC Health - University Hospital
Dr. Bill Hinckley is an experienced flight physician, ER doc, HEMS medical director, educator, researcher, and leader. His passion for air medicine dictates that he will continue to work as a flight physician until he is physically no longer able. He is absolutely committed to maximizing aviation safety and clinical quality in HEMS, not only at home at Air Care & Mobile Care (UC Health - University Hospital, Cincinnati), but at the state, national and international levels as well. The critically ill and injured patients he is privileged to serve deserve maximally safe, world class care.
*This will also be the official visit of our new District 6670 Governor Bill Shula. Dr. Bill Hinckley just so happens to be the Air Care doctor who had a hand in saving Governor Shula's life a few months ago when he had an abdominal aneurism while driving!
Location: Continental Room Menu: Summer vegetable salad; roasted salmon, herb risotto, wilted spinach with red wine butter; and strawberry shortcake with vanilla cream.
ALTERNATE MENU: Roasted portabella, herb risotto, wilted spinach with red wine butter OR SUMMER HARVEST SALAD – with grilled squash & zucchini, radish, tomatoes, goat cheese and grilled chicken.
Meetings This Week:
11:15 a.m. New Member Orientation, Salon M, 4th Floor
2015 Member Anniversaries (with 5 year increments): JULY: Brad Green - 10 Years!
Marc Horwitz - 10 Years!
Rotary Reds Game - A NIGHT at Great American Ball Park Bring friends and family to the ball park on the evening of August 4, 2015, at 7:10 p.m.! Two ticket options are available: Dinner Buffet at the Ole Smoky Party Barn including Country Fried Chicken, All Beef Hot Dogs, Big Red Smokies & Brats, Vegetable Pasta Salad, Coleslaw, Popcorn, Peanuts, Chocolate Chip Cookies, Unlimited Water and Soft Drinks, and Two Beer Tickets for $60 per person (includes game ticket in Section 137) OR Individual Seat ONLY in Section 137 for $25 per person. Reservations must be received no later than Monday, July 27, 2015 (no refunds will be issued). To sign up please fill out this form and fax/email/mail it to Kristy in the Rotary office: Reds Game Flyer.
All New Rotary Picnic! The all new Rotary Picnic will be held on Saturday, August 29, 2015 at the Main Lodge at Camp Allyn. Bring the whole family, friends and prospective members - all ages are welcome. We will have swimming, archery, fishing, Camp Allyn tours, a corn hole tournament, "Cruise-In" car show, cookie baking contest and a bier garden with entertainment! For questions please contact Eric Pettway (firstname.lastname@example.org) or George Kaufman (email@example.com). Individual tickets are $35.00 or purchase a 4-pack of tickets for $125.00. Children 12 and under are free. To sign up please fill out this form and fax/email/mail it to Kristy in the Rotary office: Picnic Registration Form.
If you have a unique or cool vehicle or know someone with an interesting vehicle, drive it to the Rotary picnic! Rotary members want to see your vehicle on Saturday, August 29, at the Rotary Picnic, from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. To register your vehicle, fill out this form: Car Show Registration Form.
Prospective Member $10 Meeting Day - August 20, 2015 and Free Picnic Tickets! Your Membership Development Committee will be hosting a recruitment lunch during our August 20, 2015, meeting featuring Stuart Aitken, CEO of 84.51⁰, the new company formed when Kroger purchased the majority of Cincinnati-based DunnhumbyUSA. All prospective members’ lunches will only be $10. As a special bonus, any prospective members who are in attendance on August 20th, will be given a FREE ticket to our All New Rotary Picnic on Saturday, August 29, 2015! If you have a prospective member who is unable to attend the meeting on the 20th, but would like to come to the Rotary Picnic, we will offer them a special buy-one, get one FREE ticket so they can bring their spouse or guest for FREE! The picnic at our Camp Allyn is a perfect opportunity to showcase how our club helps the disabled children in the Tri-State area. This offer is open to bonafide prospects only and does not apply for guests. Please contact the Rotary office to make a luncheon reservation for your prospective member no later than Tuesday, August 18, 2015! Questions about membership or how you can join the Club 17 Membership Development Team? Contact Matt Gerding, the Membership Development Committee Chair at 513-709-4712 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
2015-2016 Committee Sign-Ups
The Rotary Club of Cincinnati relies on each and every member to participate in club activities and committees. Your help is needed again this year. Please sign-up to help with at least one committee. (Remember, committee assignments do not carry over from year to year. To have your name listed on a particular committee, please sign-up again this year.) We have an easy way to sign-up online for all committees you are interested in. Here are the simple steps to sign-up:
1. Click this link http://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050844a8ac28a13-20132014 2. Click the boxes next to the committee(s) or fellowship opportunity(s) with which you have an interest.
3. Click the SUBMIT AND SIGN-UP button at the bottom of the page.
4. If you already have an account, please log in; if not simply fill in your name and email address and click SIGN UP NOW! (You DO NOT need to register in order to sign-up for committees and you will not receive unsolicited emails from Sign-Up Genius.)
The chair of each committee will be given a list of those that sign up and will contact you regarding committee meetings. If you have any questions or issues signing up, please contact Kristy in the Rotary office at email@example.com or 513-421-1080.
Camp Allyn Balloon Rides It's that time of year again...time for the Camp Allyn Balloon Rides! If you would like to help out, please contact Committee Chair, Mark Soupene (firstname.lastname@example.org) or simply show up at Camp Allyn at 6:00 p.m. on the following dates:
Wednesday, July 22 (rain date July 23)
Wednesday, July 29 (rain date July 30)
Wednesday, August 5 (rain date August 6)
Proposals For Membership The following prospect has been proposed for membership. Please contact the Rotary office with any questions you might have.
SATHE, Matthew R.
Line of Business: Financial Services, Diversified
New Business Consultant
Sponsor(s): AJ Upton/Peter Baden
Program: Ryan Messer, President OTR Community Council
Location: Hall of Mirrors Menu: Mixed green salad; roasted chicken with whipped potatoes, summer squash & peppercorn sauce; and milk chocolate mousse with white chocolate shavings. ALTERNATE MENU: Fried feta with whipped potatoes & summer squash OR SUMMER HARVEST SALAD – with grilled squash & zucchini, radish, tomatoes, goat cheese and grilled chicken.
Vision: A second century of engaged leaders making an impact on our club, community and the world.
Mission: Providing selfless service in the community and the world through involved and engaged members.