Rotarians urged to ‘Be A Gift To The World’


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Courtesy photo The Rotary Club of Union had a special presentation from the Rotary District Governor (Dist 7750) Terry Weaver about the All Club Conference, water projects, and the new Rotary International theme. Rotary International President K.R. Ravindran came up with the new RI Theme: “Be A Gift To The World.” One of Rotary’s gifts to the world is the “End Polio Now” program. When it was started in 1985, there were 350,000-plus cases of polio each year. As of 2015, over 10 million people have avoided getting polio with the help from Rotarians and the “End Polio Now” program. Pictured are Rotary President Ben Loftis (far left), District Administrator Pam Weaver (left), District Governor Terry Weaver (right), and Assistant District Governor Buddy Smith (far right).


Saturday, Oct. 10

The Union County Bulls AAU travel football team will hold its Homecoming at noon at the Jonesville Municipal Complex (former Jonesville High School).Sunday, Oct. 11

• The descendants of James Monroe and Myra Ellen Smith Lawson will their annual family reunion at Foster’s Chapel UM Church at 1 p.m. Paper products and ice will be provided. All family members are encouraged to attend.

• The Friends of the Library are hosting a reception for Union County Carnegie Library Director Ben Loftis at 3 p.m. at the library. All members and patrons are invited to attend.

• The Sims High Class of 1968 holds a business meeting at 5 p.m. The meeting will be held at 1101 Union Boulevard. New officers will be elected at this time. Please come and vote. Bring your ideas on the 2016 reunion and fundraiser. All class members are asked to attend. We need your help. We are looking forward to seeing you there. Together we can make a difference.

Monday, Oct. 12

• Union American Legion Post 22 holds its monthly meeting. The meeting will be held in its usual location, the Legion Hut at 120 Scenic Drive in Veterans Memorial Park in Union. A meal will be served at 6 p.m. with the business meeting to follow at 7 p.m..

Post 22 welcomes as guests to this meeting the young men who received grants from the Post to attend Boys State earlier this year.

Post 22 usually meets on the second Monday evening of the month, and prospective members are always welcome to attend.

Next month, the Post will not have a regular meeting but rather their annual banquet which will take place on Veterans Day, November 11, 2015, at the Veterans Memorial Park Lodge at 6 p.m.

Monday, Oct. 12-Saturday, Oct. 17

• The Union County Senior Citizens have extra seats for the Ohio Holmes Country Amish Tour. Six days, five nights. For more information call 427-8071 or 674-5070. Must call by Sept. 8.

Tuesday, Oct. 13

• One Hope Performing Arts launches an innovative youth program at 3:30 p.m.

The NSPIRE program bridges youth to success through academics, acting, dance, music, poetry, and more. Register online at www.onehope.productions.or by appointment at One Hope Theatre inside Life Springs (formerly Union Square Cinemas).

For more information call 864-466-5428.

Saturday, Oct. 17

• Betsy and Company along with Over The Hill Gang Relay for Life Team presents a one day trip to Harrah’s Cherokee Casino. First pick up is at the Jonesville Municipal Building at 8:15 a.m. Second pickup is in Union at the old Walmart parking lot at 8:50 am. If interested call Betsy at 864-674-6799.

Thursday, Oct. 22

• The Jonesville Town Festival Committee meets at 6 p.m. at the Rocky Creek Water Office, located on Pacolet Street. If interested in being a part of the 2016 committee, feel free to join us.

For additional information contact Randy Spencer 426-2219 or Betsy Thompson 674-6799.

Monday, Oct. 26

• The Union County Senior Citizens is planning for a New Year’s trip to Myrtle Beach. Seniors interest in going please call 427-0936 or 487-0275 or 674-5070. Dates for the trip are Dec. 30, Dec. 31, and Jan. 1. Must be paid in full by Oct. 26.

Courtesy photo
The Rotary Club of Union had a special presentation from the Rotary District Governor (Dist 7750) Terry Weaver about the All Club Conference, water projects, and the new Rotary International theme. Rotary International President K.R. Ravindran came up with the new RI Theme: “Be A Gift To The World.” One of Rotary’s gifts to the world is the “End Polio Now” program. When it was started in 1985, there were 350,000-plus cases of polio each year. As of 2015, over 10 million people have avoided getting polio with the help from Rotarians and the “End Polio Now” program. Pictured are Rotary President Ben Loftis (far left), District Administrator Pam Weaver (left), District Governor Terry Weaver (right), and Assistant District Governor Buddy Smith (far right).
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Ben-Pam-Terry-Buddy.jpgCourtesy photo
The Rotary Club of Union had a special presentation from the Rotary District Governor (Dist 7750) Terry Weaver about the All Club Conference, water projects, and the new Rotary International theme. Rotary International President K.R. Ravindran came up with the new RI Theme: “Be A Gift To The World.” One of Rotary’s gifts to the world is the “End Polio Now” program. When it was started in 1985, there were 350,000-plus cases of polio each year. As of 2015, over 10 million people have avoided getting polio with the help from Rotarians and the “End Polio Now” program. Pictured are Rotary President Ben Loftis (far left), District Administrator Pam Weaver (left), District Governor Terry Weaver (right), and Assistant District Governor Buddy Smith (far right).
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