Posted by Sharon Schendel on May 27, 2018
President-Elect of Rotary Club of Daybreak Lafayette keeps her morning meetings fun!
Sharon Schendel with two members of the Lakeland Breakfast club in Minocqua, Wisconsin
When I list the reasons why I love being a Rotarian, top on the list is being able to go to any club in the world and be warmly welcomed by members of local Rotary clubs.  The newsletter was on hiatus for a few weeks as I did some traveling and took a little break from weekly reporting.  During my travels, I visited two Clubs:  Rotary Club of Lafayette Daybreak and Rotary Club of Lakeland Breakfast in Minocqua, Wisconsin. The Lafayette Daybreak Rotarians were also getting ready for their annual fundraising auction, but President Elect Jeni Leaird, fresh off the district PETS, was encouraging her club member to keep in mind that being a Rotarian should be fun.  To get the fun started, they held a round-robin Rock’em-Sock’em Robot contest. Meanwhile, the Lakeland Rotarians are hosting international scholars and thinking about ways that they can make their annual Rump Roast Run at the Beef-o-Rama festival even more successful.