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Veterans Day Parade PDF Print E-mail
Written by Diana Thomason   
Wednesday, 11 November 2015 06:13
Veteran's day FlagIf you were at the meeting Thursday, you received incorrect information on the parade route.

The parade begins at 4:00PM at 5th and Main, will proceed west on Main, turn north on 10th, ending at the Veterans Memorial at Chestnut Park. A service at the memorial will follow.

Spectators: If you are not participating with Rotary/Lions today, it would still be great to see you honoring our Veterans along the route, or at the Veterans Memorial.

Flag Carriers: We will meet in the vicinity of 5th and Main at 3:30pm. Wear your Rotary shirts if you have them. I was given one 2XL shirt that can be loaned at the parade. If you do not have Rotary gear to wear, anything Navy Blue or Gold will be fine and still blend in. But please don't let that stop you from participating. I have it on good authority that we may even see a military uniform in our ranks!
The weather may preclude us from carrying the large flag. If it is raining, even a little, the flag may become extremely heaving during the route. If the wind is at 20 mph as forecast, it will be too hard to handle. We may have to go to Plan B. I have 30 small American Flags (approx 12” x 18”) that we can carry individually. Keith Travis will also bring a 3’ x 5’ flag that can be carried. At the very least, we can carry the small flags and still be an entry in the parade.
See you at 5th and Main at 3:30PM today!
Yours in Rotary Service,
Diana Thomason
Last Updated on Wednesday, 11 November 2015 06:42
Jennifer Rukavina at Murray Rotary on Sep 3 (2015) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Greg Delancey   
Tuesday, 01 September 2015 07:25

WPSD Local 6 Jennifer Rukavina will be Murray Rotary Club’s guest speaker this Thursday September 3, 2015.  The weekly meetings are now held at the Murray Banquet Center in the Belair Shopping Center on 641 South in Murray.  President Keith Travis encourages Rotarians to bring prospective members as guests.  "This will be a very popular program,” according to Travis.

Growing up in Canton, Ohio, Jennifer Rukavina was destined to become a meteorologist. "I have loved weather since I was old enough to know that rain fell from clouds," she says. A fear of thunderstorms heightened her interest in the dynamics of weather and eventually led to a Masters of Science degree in Geosciences/Broadcast Meteorology from Mississippi State University. She also taught Broadcast Performance in Meteorology while a graduate assistant. "My knack for communicating with others transformed me into a Broadcast Meteorologist," she adds.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 01 September 2015 07:47
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