Posted by Sarah Ruef-Lindquist on Nov 20, 2017
November 16, 2017 Meeting of West Bay Rotary, at the VFW on Pearl Street
Bruce Peel grew up in Danvers, went to University of Vermont, and studied Psychology. After work in the social services field, he gravitated toward computer science, worked in programming in several industries, and later earned a masters degree in Statistics. He has worked in industries like healthcare, healthcare research, banking, and when his wife retired from LL Bean, they moved from Durham to Camden and live across the street from Etienne. His interests include skiing, sailing and community service.
Christmas tree and wreath sale will include a gift shop this year and all transactions will take place inside the shed, where the shop will be located.  Some slots are still open to sign up.
The December 2 2017 Membership meeting for the District has been cancelled.
Ron Hall awarded a sticker for EREY participation to Tom Rodman.
Sandy Cox announced that Friday morning a group will meet at 7:30a at Marriners for breakfast then go out to the Snowbowl to finish the siding project.
Saturday the 18th is the assembly phase of the Window Dressers project at the High School, and a few more folks are needed for Saturday afternoon. Let Mike Pierce know if you can help.
The Rogers are hosting the December 14 Holiday Party, heavy appetizers, and if we make it byob and pot luck, we can donate what we might otherwise pay to a charity. At the meeting after Thanksgiving we’ll have sign ups for what to bring.
Susan Dorr said that Kit Harrison, liaison to the Congo family in Thomaston, was in touch and they are working on winter clothing. The family includes 6 children, Mom and Dad, by going to Serendipity, Bubbles and Bean, to find coats, boots, hats and mittens.
This Friday at the Bowditch home, $15, 3 Dillingham Pt., 5p Yachting Rotarians, announced by Dan Bookham.
Next week there is no meeting. Roy Hitchings will speak on November 30, 2017 about access to healthcare.
Ray Fink encouraged us to use “like” and “share” of the West Bay Rotary Facebook posts.