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Rotary Club Of Pisgah Forest

The Rotary Club of Pisgah Forest welcomes District Governor Frank Dean of Rotary Inter-national District 7670, the guest speaker at the Sept. 26 meeting. Each year Rotarians look forward to meeting their new district governor and hearing his or her vision for the district’s coming year.

This informative breakfast meeting begins at 8 a.m. at the Glen Cannon Country Club. The club program chairman for the month of September is Ed Winstead.

For information on Rotary service, contact Don Mozley at [email protected] comporium.net or (828) 877-5820 or visit http://www.pis gahforestrotary.org.

Rotary Club Of Brevard

Ted Mullet will address the Rotary Club of Brevard on Tuesday at noon at the private dining room of the Brevard College at Noon.

Mullett, a summer member of the club, will speak to Brevard Rotary Sept. 25 about Ted's Travel Tips (Get off the bus and meet the people!). He believes you can enhance your travel experience by taking the time to get to know the locals and he will discuss ways to do this. Ted and his wife Carol have taken motor homes around Europe, Australia and New Zealand, operated canal boats in England, Wales, Ireland and France, and been volunteer English teachers in a dozen coun-tries. He also has been an active participant in the Rotary Travel and Hosting Fellowship. He maintains that people are just looking for an excuse to be friendly and he will describe some techniques to make that happen.

Mullet has been a Rotarian for some 42 years and served as president of the Millburn, N.J. Club. He retired as a senior vice-president of Morgan Stan-ley and moved to Lake Tox-away in 1991.

Democratic Women

The Democratic Wo-men’s Club will meet Monday, Sept. 24, at the Pisgah Fish Camp.

The Democratic candidates for the three county commissioner positions in the upcoming November election will be the speakers.

Marty Griffin, Tim Petit, and Jackie Whitmire will be at the meeting to talk about their positions on issues important to the county. There will be updates on issues of concern from the Issues Committee and the latest news about the local Democratic Party’s “Get Out The Vote” effort.

The Democratic Wo-men’s Club meets at 11 a.m. for a self-host lunch followed by the program beginning at 12 p.m. Visitors are welcome.

Dunn’s Rock Community Center

On the menu for the senior’s lunch is chicken potpie, rice, Caesar salad, rolls and dessert.

Bring your friends Tuesday, Sept. 26, for this wonderful meal.

They will begin serving at 12:30 p.m. Takeouts are available on a fix your own basis or call ahead to have it ready for pickup. Call (828) 384-0104.

A suggested donation of $5/adult or $2.50/child will go to the building fund.

The center is located on the lower end of Connestee Road between U.S. 276 S. and Island Ford Road.

If you have questions contact Janet at 883-2678 or (828) 384-0104.

 
 

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