Morning of Fellowship, Reflection + Thoughts for 2022
Words of the day:

“A new year is a time for new beginnings, as well as a time to reflect on the past.  It is a chance for us to celebrate our successes, and plan to have a wonderful year.  As a new year dawns, let us consider how we can use the next 365 days to make a difference on the planet.  Let us be thankful for what we have achieved and mindful of our responsibility to continue the good works.  Our commitment to service can make the world a better place.”

We did not have an official meeting last week - but some members met for breakfast!

enlightened Idea - 3rd Tuesday of each month could be open forum format - to highlight members or talk about things like downtown development
wink We discussed meeting location

smileysmiley  We discussed having a joint meeting with Terryville.  Dates to plan: March or October 

surprise We discussed having a Big speaker (in the past we had someone from Infinity theaters + Jackson Labs


Ken, happy getting 2-3 min more of daylight ( people in the Northern Hemisphere gain roughly 90 seconds to two minutes of daylight each day through January.)
Claudette,  happy year ending.  Hoping for a better year for 2022
Lee, happy for Toby the dog
Dave,  Hope tour Jan 4th at 1:00 in person - a few members are going together - if you are interested contact Dave Rackliffe.  Sad, granddaughter leaving, Happy, Parkside open
, UConn women's canceled, happy - made it through Christmas,  Ordered an Uber online for Dad must do on the computer, and then text driver...
Whit, sad buck new variant over 10%, not life-threatening,  very bad cold, Sad buck for Penn state,
Les, compologies for the Patriots, Bills won..da bills!!! = Sunday was a good day, Ringing bell with to know him
Dale, a road trip to see brother in Minnesota, driving to National Armature radio conference then to Stillwater Minnesota,  going solo,  tested it Sunday..went to panthorne  Park, talked to someone in PA with morose code, also helping Ham operators council - not for profit
John. Would have been Grandmothers 125 birthday, 
Judi, the face she made for Eric, a year behind us
We had $17 happy bucks AND $10 for 50/50

  • Red Kettle Campaign with the Salvation Army on December 18, 2021

    $197.00 Great job!  THANK YOU to John C., Les, Claudette, Dave R., Phyllis, Mary, Terry, George, etc.
  • surprise Mini Golf Tournament - Mini-Grant Fundraiser surprise

    • $4,757.00 Net Profit.

    • Thank you Patti and the mini-golf committee!

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April 9. 2022 - Harvest Pack - Tri Club International Service Project /  also District 7890 Day of Service
 area of focus: Food Insecurity
April 29, 2022 - District Conference - South Bridge Hotel, MA 
The room rate is $119.00 per night. The overall cost of the Conference is projected at $200, but TBD. More coming on this also.
  • Looking for a new mini-grant chairperson seeing as the current president cannot participate due to conflict of interest.  

    Rotary Dues due no later than July 1, 2022
    • If you want to donate to the Foundation or Polio Plus we leave it up to the member.

    • Checks made payable to “The Bristol Rotary Club”

    • 3rd option pay in 3rds. (February 2, 2022 @ $55, April 12, 2022 @ $55, and June 28, 2022 @ $65)

    • 2nd option pay half now ($85 by February 2, 2022) and half later ($85 by April 12, 2022.)

    • 1st option pay in full by February 8, 2022 @ $170.00


Dec 28, 2021 8:00 AM
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Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Olcott Snow
December 6
Beth Brady
December 13
Join Date
Mario Giovannucci
December 1, 1990
31 years
Townsend Mink
December 1, 1954
67 years
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