|Dothan Rotary Club Meeting September 13, 2021|
By: Sheila Azar
Our program Monday, September 13, 2021 will be presented Melanie Hill. Melanie will be sharing information about Worlds of Work (WOW) and WOW Varsity. It will be a great program!
By: Stanley Sessions
Proposed by: Les Pinckard
Occupation: Five Star Credit Union
Job Title: Commercial Lender
Education: The University of Alabama Troy AUM BA Banking/Finance
Children: Heather Marie Sessions
Place of worship: Christian
Hobbies: Guitar, Bird Dog Training, Real Estate
Stan Sessions will be eligible for membership on 09/13/2021 if no objections are received.
By: Chris Judah
Proposed by: Wayne Palmer
Occupation: Dothan-Houston County EMA
Job Title: Director
Education: ESJC Wallace University of Alabama Human Health Science
Place of worship: Presbyterian
Hobbies: Beach, Tennis, Family
Chris Judah will be eligible for membership on 09/13/2021 if no objections are received.
|JonJam has been Cancelled|
By: Sheila Azar
With Covid cases rising in our area, the JonJam committees felt it was in the best interest of all involved to cancel JonJam21 scheduled for Saturday (9/11). Thank you Dothan Rotary Club for your support in the mission of JonJam by helping people living with disabilities in the Wiregrass (The R.E.A.L. Project and AMBUCS of the Wiregrass).
As every cloud has a silver lining, we have already secured the dates of March 12, 2022 at The Plant for next year’s event and will include the musical lineup from this year: Los Locos, Glory Days and Longleaf Drive!
Again, our appreciation to each and everyone who supports JonJam and the Jon Lee Foundation. Tickets already purchased will be honored at the March date or a refund will be given.
Please don’t hesitate to reach out with any additional questions:
Angelia Turner, Event Coordinator (334) 596.2352, email@example.com
or Jessica Lee, Jon Lee Foundation (334-596-3248), firstname.lastname@example.org
|Care Bags for Nurses|
By: Walter Hill
The Dothan Rotary Club provided 485 care bags for nurses at both Southeast Health and Flowers Hospital in Dothan Alabama. Rotarian Walter Hill led the effort to collect funds and donations from Rotarians and sponsors in the community. The bags were assembled, packed, and delivered to the hospitals. Dothan Rotary Club wanted to show appreciation to our local healthcare heroes. The care bags were full of snacks and drinks, a small token of appreciation for their hard work and long hours during the pandemic.