Rotary Club 13 Auxiliary would like to invite club members and friends to join them for their April 6 meeting.
It will include lunch in the Rozzelle Courtyard of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art at 11:30am. Following lunch our own Joanne Kinney who is a Nelson docent will give us a tour of 19th Century European Art which includes the newly acquired Bloch paintings.
Please call Joann at 816-560-3515 by noon Friday March 31 to make reservations.
Our Speaker this week is Rev. Stephen Burger, Nephew of Chief Justice Warren Burger. His topic will be: "Supreme Court Reflections: On the Back Porch with Chief Justice Warren Burger."
Our Speaker this week is Steve Burger. Rotarian Steve Burger was 12 when his uncle Warren Burger left St. Paul to go to Washington in 1952 to become Assistant Attorney General of the United States. Steve’s dad managed Warren’s properties in St. Paul so for many years he was a frequent visitor in the Burger home. When he was named Chief Justice, Steve lived 90 miles away, so visiting was not difficult. Upon retirement Warren Burger served as Chair of the Bi-Centennial Commission for the Celebration of the Constitution and asked Steve to advise, relating to getting the message to common people.
Steve served over 50 years in rescue mission ministry with the last 18 as Executive Director of the Association of Gospel Rescue Missions headquartered in Kansas City, MO. During this period he spent many days in Washington, DC on behalf of the 300 member gospel rescue missions in the United States. So visiting his uncle during that time gave him the opportunity to gain insight, knowledge, facts and foibles. Steve will share reflections, which many relate to the court today. Steve is a 45 year Rotarian, and Chair of our club's Program Committee.
Going to the Atlanta Convention? Discounted (20%) registration ends March 31!
The RI convention -- June 10-14 in Atlanta – focuses on the 100th anniversary of the Rotary Foundation. It will include a reenactment of the initial contribution of $26.50 to begin the Foundation – from our Club!
Those attending from our club, in alphabetical order:
Sandra and Duane Benton
Sally and Bob Bibb
Barbara and Marc Horner
Carol and Dick Retrum
Kay and Karl Roscoe
[Some from our district registered but restricted release of their names. If you did, just let us know – we won’t tell anyone outside our club – so we can include you in emails, socials, and events at the Convention.]
Next Wednesday is the end of the bowling season. On the following Wednesday, April 5th there will be a championship match to determine the first and second place teams.
All league play bowlers who are going to Columbia must let Susan Prestia know on Wednesday March 29th. We need to send your name and averages to the bowling establishment in Columbia so they can divide us up into handicap teams for the match against St. Louis.
Mike VanBooven did it again this week. He rolled another high game of 206. His third of the year. Not bad for using a bright green alley ball. Of course, he throws it down the lane like a rocket. The pins don't have a chance. He should go high in next years draft.
John Lawrence rolled a 203 and 210. Nest Wednesday is his last chance to beat Dave Boones "high game" of 247. There were many splits covered last
week. They were all the same one. Mary Tikwart picked up the 5-7 twice. Cindy Heckman and Henrik Andersen also cover the 5-7. Congratulations all.
A new pair of shoes can change the life of a child in an orphanage or impoverished community. Your financial contribution towards the project “Shoes for Orphan Souls” will give a needy child better health and a brighter future. Make your check payable to, K.C Rotary Club Foundation and note “Shoes for Orphan Souls. Please consider volunteering your time to help with this important project. Contact, Linn Mills at email@example.com 505-402-6630.