Rotary Club of Mount Horeb
PO Box 173
Mount Horeb, Wisconsin 53572
Meets Noon every Wednesday.  Skal Public House
Mount Horeb Rotary
Noon, 2/2/22
In attendance:  Burns, J., Burns, D., Zalucha, Kopras, Ulrigh, Bollig, Wallitsch, Steinhauer, White, Helwig, Yauchler, Salerno, Christiansen, Smith, Reynolds. 
71.42% attendance
Heidi reported that, if you are comfortable with it, make your feelings known about your support for Skal and their outdoor patio in the alley.
Treasurer report:
Balances 12/31/21
Operating $11.087.73
Service $9595.25
International $2214.71
Capital $5025.06
So far, ad income for the SuperBrunch is $7,472.53
Please collect for your ads.
Youth Report
Outgoing Student Rotarian has been assigned to Italy.
as of now, 6 Interact Students will be assisting at the Brunch.  They ave been decorating entries of helped  our primary center and elementary school for Valentines Day.  Still to come this week is the concession stand Friday night for the boys basketball game.  On Saturday, they will be helping at Neighbors Helping Neighbors.
Elizabeth Grabe joins us today.  She is a self-employed realtor, farm manager and small business owner of Ivanwood, LLC specializing in hemp products as well as agricultural and forestry services.  She is passionate about the environment and is deeply involved in conservation projects
February 16, Susan Wallitsch and Frank Wallitsch will be 
speaking about "The Importance of Inclusion".
Susan Smith is working on publicity for the Super Brunch using Facebook, Mt Horeb Mail and a Chamber Blast.
 Karen Hebert attended the February Board meeting remotely.  She told us that if we had 4 or more net members
in our Rotary Year, and they stay for more than four months, then they will receive $1000 from District 6250 to use toward any Rotary project that they desire.
Brunch details
Placemat received a final review and was sent to press Wednesday afternoon. Brent sent out the work/jobs chart to all members.
Susan Smith mentioned that we might be able to work with Culver's to do a 'Cheese Curd" fundraiser.
She also suggested that we research the ability to swipe credit cards during our fundraisers.
Next week will form groups and have Committee discussions.
Feb 16, 2022
Small Batch Coffee
Mar 16, 2022
Afghan Refugee relief
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Executives & Directors
President Elect
Board Member
Youth Exchange Officer
Past President
Vice President/President Elect Nominee
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