Posted by Betty Isaacs
Julie Rinaldi offered the opening prayer on kindness & Dave Williamson led the pledge.
•  Dwight Seeley said they still need Blarney Bash sponsors
•  Paige Vornbrock announced that Dec. 15th we will honor two Dublin citizens: Judge Clayton Rose and Chai Weber
•  Peter Fuhlbrigge provided an update on the Polar Bear Golf Open event being held on February10th.
•  Jack Curtis announced their need for more Food Pantry volunteers on Mondays 5:00 to 7:00
•  Rich Weber announced a Christmas event at Coffman High School
•  Dave Williamson needs sergeant-at-arms volunteers for January through June.
•  Susan West sent around sign up sheets for speaker suggestions
•  Sarah Richardson reminded members of the Holiday Party Friday, December 8 at Muirfield Country Club starting at 6:00
•  Susan Robenalt needs shoppers for Saturday December 9th meeting at Kohl's on Sawmill at 9:00. Money for the families will be collected at Friday meeting on Dec. 8th as well as at the Holiday Party that evening
•  Claudia Trusty was Sergeant-at-arms –  She opened with riddles which nobody got but were good for laughs
•  Guests were introduced: Frank from Hilliard, Dave Lundergan with Park National Bank guest of Ramona, Steve Heiser Asst. District Governor (Area 2)
Two Programs for today:
            Bruce Andrews gave us lessons on how to be good Salvation Army Bell Ringers. Gave us the alternative to people using automation. Always good for lots of laughs. First date was Dec. 2nd and second date is Dec. 16th.
Amy Taylor, Chief Operating Officer for Scioto Mile Downtown Columbus Development gave a great presentation on the status of downtown development covering older completed projects, current projects and future projects. She also gave us a good understanding of how a vibrant active downtown meets the needs of millennials and surrounding communities.