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Thursday, August 27, 2015
 

DAVID FOGARTY
President/CEO, WCET-TV
"Watching Media Change: Public Broadcasting Today"



 

David Fogarty is the President/CEO of Public Media Connect, Inc., the regional corporation formed in May 2009 as a partnership of CET (Greater Cincinnati Television Educational Foundation) and ThinkTV (Greater Dayton Public Television). He is President of the PMC, CET and ThinkTV corporations.
 
Prior to his current position, David was President/CEO of ThinkTV, appointed to that position in 1993. David joined Greater Dayton Public Television in 1988 as Station Manager/Director of Broadcasting and Telecommunications, responsible for the organization's programming, production, engineering operations, educational services and telecommunications activities. 
 
David began his work in public media as the Manager of Broadcast Projects and Senior Producer at Twin Cities Public Television, St. Paul-Minneapolis, Minnesota. His background includes work as an international communications consultant in South America and duties with the United States Peace Corps in Colombia. He has taught at the University of Minnesota and lectured at a number of other colleges. David began his professional career with ABC News, New York in national documentary production.

 
Location: Hall of Mirrors
MENU: Cucumber & tomato salad with arugula & white balsamic; roasted pork with red cabbage, whole grain mustard spaetzel & mustard jus; and toasted coconut cake with fresh berries.
ALTERNATE MENU: Roasted vegetable napolean OR BLT salad with roasted shrimp.

Meetings This Week:
11:15 a.m. New Member Orientation, Boardroom 3, Mezzanine Level


This Week's Birthdays:
August 26- Mary Beth Poulimenos mbpoulimenos@yahoo.com
August 27 - Jeanne Hayes mail4jeannehayes@gmail.com
August 27 - Deborah Schultz transborders1@cs.com
August 28 - Chris Adams chris.adams@steppingstonesohio.org
August 28 - Deb Caley dcaley@richwoodia.com
August 28 - Greg Moratschek gregmoratschek@aol.com
August 29 - Matt Max matt.max@themaxconstructiongroup.com
August 31 - Doug Bolton douglas.bolton@cassidyturley.com


2015 Member Anniversaries (with 5 year increments):
AUGUST:
Chris Pfetzer - 5 Years!


All New Rotary Picnic!
The all new Rotary Picnic will be held THIS 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 (ericpettway100@yahoo.com) or George Kaufman (george.kaufman@ubs.com). Individual tickets can be purchased at the door for $35.00. Children 12 and under are free. For more information click here: Picnic Registration Form.

Car Show - 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 this 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.

Cookie Bake-Off - Bake three (3) dozen of your favorite cookies. Package two (2) dozen in an attractive container to be used as a raffle prize for the picnic. The third dozen will be used in the contest. The current Rotary Club of Cincinnati Board of Directors will serve as judges. Cookies will be judged on Presentation (5 points), Originality (5 points), and Taste (10 points). There will be a GRAND PRIZE for the winning cookies! To sign-up, fill out this form: Annual Cookie Bake-Off Registration Form.

Cornhole Showdown - The tournament begin at 4:00 p.m. All skill levels are welcome! Players sign up as individuals and play with a new partner each round. There will be first, second and third place awards! To sign-up, fill out this form: Annual Cornhole Registration Form.


Women 2 Women - Let's Go Doodlin'!
We're gathering the women of Rotary together for a night of fun and fellowship on Wednesday, September 9, 2015. We're meeting for a private party at Let's Go Doodlin' (7705 Five Mile Road, Cincinnati - 45230) for wine and light appetizers. We'll have full use of their studio for you to create a functional or decorative pottery piece (prices range from a few dollars to $50 for their extra large items). Once your item is complete, Let's Go Doodlin' will fire your piece in their kilns and you can pick up your finished piece of pottery in one week (or we can bring it to Rotary for you). After our painting session, we'll travel a block or two and have dinner at Clough Crossings, a local restaurant housed in the former Clough Pike School, which was established in 1874. The restaurant features locally sourced meats, seafood, and produce and they are known for their wonderful cosmos! We hope you can join us - and be sure to bring a friend, neighbor or prospective member! Reservations are required by Wednesday, September 2, 2015, and can be made by filling out this form: Let's Go Doodlin' Reservation Form

 
Salon Series, September 24, 2015 - John Pepper
John Pepper, a Rotary Club of Cincinnati Honorary Member, is retired Chairman and CEO of The Procter & Gamble Company and spent a 40 year career in various positions at Procter & Gamble. Pepper has devoted important effort over the past 25 years to Early Childhood and Youth Development. He was a founding supporter of Every Child Succeeds (which provides home visitation to at-risk 0-3 year olds), and was a co-founder and current member of the Executive Committee of the Cincinnati Youth Collaborative, one of the nation's most successful mentoring and tutoring organizations. Join us for an evening of thoughtful discussion with John Pepper on Thursday, September 24, 2015, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., at the Hyde Park Health Center (3983 Roselyn Rd, Oakley - 45209). For more information and to sign up please click this link: Salon Series - John Pepper.


New Meeting Sponsorship Program
To expand the vocational fellowship and networking opportunities for our club members, the Rotary Club of Cincinnati is offering a new Meeting Sponsorship Program for the 2015-2016 Rotary year. This new program will allow the sponsoring member to network prior to the meeting, have their company logo displayed on the Rotary Club of Cincinnati website for the fiscal year, have their company logo displayed on the pre-meeting slide show, have a business-card size advertisement in the club roster, print advertisement (including a 1-2 paragraph description of the company) in the weekly ERays newsletter, and deliver a 60-second commercial at the sponsored meeting (video, slide show, or live presentation). To read more click here:
New Meeting Sponsorship Program or contact Bryan Vilhauer at bryan@decalimpressions.com

New Membership Directory Request
We are in the process of creating the 2015-2016 membership directory. If you have any updates to your business or personal contact information, please reply to Kristy (ksuszek@cincinnatirotary.org) with your updates as soon as possible. If you do not have a current roster and would like to know what contact information we currently have listed for you, please also contact Kristy.

Rotary Euchre - Save the Date!
The next Euchre night is Tuesday, September 22, 2015, at Steve and Cindy Drefahl's house (862 Castlebay Dr, Cincinnati - 45245). Arrive at 6:30 p.m. Play starts at 7:00 p.m. For further information, please contact committee chair, Bob McElroy at maccat7@gmail.com.

Condon School Holiday Party - Save the Date!
This year's Condon School Holiday Party will be held on Tuesday, December 8, 2015, from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.

Family of Rotary News
Click on this link to read more about your fellow Rotarians. If you have great events in your life to be included in Family of Rotary news, please send them to Bill Henrich (whenrich@cinci.rr.com).
Click here for Family of Rotary News.
 
What Happened Last Thursday
Each week Shirley Love prepares a summary of the program from the previous week
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Click here for What Happened Last Thursday.

Coming up on September 3, 2015 
Program: Angie Fischer, "My Journey to Piyali: Ending the Cycle of Poverty With Education" and Ellen Katz, President/CEO, The Greater Cincinnati Foundation
Location:
Hall of Mirrors
MENU: TBA

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.

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