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Aug 13, 2015
Chuck Watson
Whose Smarter, a Rotarian or a 5th Grader
Aug 27, 2015
Joe Bilby
On this Day in NJ History
Sep 17, 2015
Sep 24, 2015
 

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We meet Thursdays at 7:30 AM
Spring Lake Manor
415 Rte 71
Spring Lake Heights, NJ  07762
United States
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DISTRICT GOVERNOR DAVE FORWARD WILL VISIT SPRING LAKE-BRIELLE ROTARY THIS THRUSDAY AUGUST 6TH.  LET'S HAVE GOOD ATTENDANCE TO WELCOME HIM.
 

 
LAUGH WHEN YOU CAN, APOLOGIZE WHEN YOU SHOULD, AND LET GO OF WHAT YOU CAN'T CHANGE.  LIFE'S TOO SHORT TO BE ANYTHING BUT HAPPY!
 

 
WE WERE JOINED TODAY BY THE RYLA STUDENTS AND SUPPORT COUNSELORS WHO DISCUSSED THEIR EXPERIENCES AND HOW THEY ENJOYED THE FELLOWSHIP AND GREW DURING THE 2015 RYLA LEADERSHIP PROGRAM.
 
BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT SUPPORT COUNSELORS
KERRI BIGORNIA (WALL HS), HAILEY PASTERCHICK (WALL HS), MACKENZIE GROGAN (MANASQUAN HS)
 
TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT RYLA STUDENTS
STEVE BUMBERA (OUR RYLA PROGRAM CHAIRMAN), RYAN BARTO (MSGR DONOVAN CATHOLIC HS), RACHEL JOHANSSON (WALL HS), ELLA LUZZI (MANASQUAN HS), LILY MCNAMARA (MANASQUAN HS), SIENNA RICHERT (MANASQUAN HS), JOHN WINTERSTELLA (CLUB PRESIDENT)
 
MISSING FROM PHOTO: JACK LEUDDEKE (MANASQUAN HS), JAKE GUEVERRA (WALL HS)
 

 
FIRE SAFETY
 
FRANK CIUFO, SPRING LAKE FIRE CHIEF GAVE A VERY INFORMATIVE PRESENTATION ON FIRE SAFETY.  HE STRESSED THE IMPORTANCE OF SMOKE ALARMS AND CO DETECTORS, STATING THAT EVEN IF YOU HAVE COMBINATION SMOKE AND CO DETECTORS ON THE CEILING, PURCHASE 2 PLUG INS AND PLACE THEM IN THE HALLWAY BY BEDROOMS AND LIVING AREAS.  THESE CAN BE PURCHASED IN MOST HARDWARE STORES AS WELL AS LOWES AND HOME DEPOT.  IF THE CO ALARM ACTIVATES, CALL 9-1-1, LEAVE THE HOUSE.  DON'T VENTILATE YOUR HOME SO THE FIRE DEPARTMENT CAN DETECT THE PRESENCE OF CO.  REPLACE BATTERIES ON A SPECIFIC DAY EACH YEAR.  FRANK HAS PICKED BLACK FRIDAY FOR OBVIOUS REASONS.
 
 
PLAN YOUR ESCAPE WITH EDITH: EXIT DRILLS IN THE HOME
 
HAVE A HOME ESCAPE PLAN.  PRACTICE YOUR  HOME ESCAPE PLAN. KNOW 2 WAYS OUT.  FEEL THE DOOR WITH THE BACK OF YOUR HAND.  IF HOT, FIND ANOTHER ESCAPE ROUTE.  CRAWL LOW IN SMOKE.  HAVE A SPOT AWAY FROM THE HOUSE WHERE ALL MEMBERS OF THE HOUSEHOLD WILL MEET AFTER ESCAPING FROM A FIRE.
 
IF YOU HAVE A KITCHEN FIRE, DON'T THROW WATER ON A GREASE OR OIL FIRE.  USE THE PROPER FIRE EXTINGUISHER.  IF THERE IS A LOCALIZED FIRE IN THE OVEN KEEP THE OVEN DOOR SHUT UNTIL THE FIRE EXTINGUISHES ITSELF.
 
WE THANK FRANK FOR SPENDING TIME WITH US AND BOB TANZOLA FOR CONTACTING FRANK TO SPEAK.
 
 
 
 
 

 
Rotary District 7500 Annual Meeting this year will be Monday August 17th at the Clarion Hotel & Conference center on rt 37 West in Toms River.  The theme this year is "A Healthy Heart for Every Child" and will be attended by a prominent physician who performs heart surgery on children. We'll need to know who will be attending for reservations. More details in the coming weeks.
 

 
A second hat was worn by John today, being our speaker and discussing his experience doing business with the Japanese during his career of selling advertising space for several magazines.  His first call on Diamond Alkali in Ohio for a wastewater magazine was almost his last call when he was asked to leave since he didn't know anything about what his potential customer did.  This changed his approach doing his homework on the water resource industry (wastewater and sewage treatment technologies including plant visits).  His next career move was to an office supply magazine where he was exposed to twelve Japanese salesman of trading companies who ultimately became presidents of their companies (Minolta, Canon, Panasonic, Ricoh).  These people grew very successful US businesses by "ASKING THE CUSTOMER WHAT THEY NEEDED IN A PRODUCT AND GIVING IT TO THEM." 
 
Japan had good skills in cameras after WWII.  This group of twelve started repairing Japanese cameras, meeting in Times Square, making the repairs and selling innovative cameras that replaced the Kodak brand which was the leader.  Kodak had become complacent and forgot to ask the customer what new features they needed in a product.   Next the Japanese camera companies moved into copiers.  They would never say no to a salesman like John, but wouldn't pursue business unless it made economic sense.  John developed a personal relationship with the future president of Minolta
 

 
FOOD DRIVE FOR THE MANASQUAN PANTRY AT THE A&P  WOW! $514 AND 40 LARGE BOXES OF FOOD.
 
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL.  GREAT JOB GLORIA FOR ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECT.
 
THANKS TO ALL 14 MEMBERS AND 3 STUDENTS FOR COLLECTING AT THE A&P, SHIRLEY SCHMIDT WHO SPENT THE DAY SORTING THE FOOD AND STOCKING THE PANTRY AND RICHARD WHO MADE MULTIPLE TRIPS TO THE PANTRY AS WELL AS SPENDING THE WHOLE DAY COLLECTING.
 
 
 

 
FANTASTIC EVENT  GREAT TIME HAD BY ALL  GAIL- GREAT JOB AS PRESIDENT  JOHN-CONGRATULATIONS  IT WILL BE ANOTHER GREAT YEAR   THANK YOU DAVID FORWARD DISTRICT GOVERNOR FOR JOINING OUR INSTALLATION AND INSTALLING JOHN
 
 

 
 

 

JOHN DRISCOLL- SANDY HOOK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
NOBERTO RIVERA- FRANK J. MORRA JR. SCHOLARSHIP
BROOK MASON- FRANK J. MORRA JR. SCHOLARSHIP
MACKENZIE GROGAN- FRANK J. MORRA JR. SCHOLARSHIP

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
MARIANNE KENNELLY- SANCY HOOK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
CRAIG LAPHAM- FRANK J. MORRA JR. SCHOLARSHIP
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
CYNTHIA O'BOYLE- SALLY BIEN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
 

 

 

HOMES FOR HOPE-  ECUADOR- CLAIR FLINN
INTERFAITH NEIGHBORS- JOE MARMORA
THE CENTER- ASBURY PARK- FR. BOB
MISSION OF MERCY- UGANDA- SR. CAROLE
 

 
 
ROTARY RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE SEA GIRT SQUARE A SUCCESS
 
THANK YOU GLORIA AND ALL THOSE WHO HELPED
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
SARAH BRENNAN
CHRIS DRISOLL
SABRINA MUSCATO
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JEFF HALL
 
 
 
 STUDENTS WERE PRESENTED BY MR. JAY BRYANT- TEACHER OF THE MONTH
MARK MORRO PRESENTED THE CERTIFICATES TO THE STUDENTS
 

 
 

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