Frank Thacker's wife, Karen Hanson, is at home to continue her recovery - 38 Valley Drive, Westerly RI 02891.
Julie was back at meeting this week and we said a fond goodby to Deb Macauley as she heads south this weekend.
24 Oct:  First Responders' event at Central Baptist Church and Christ Church beginning at 4:00
25 Oct:  Alison Croke, Exe Dir of Wood River Health and Can Do Week - remember to bring food items to Avie's
29 Oct:  Golf Tournament meeting at Avie's, 8:30 am.
1 Nov:  Board meeting at 4:30
6 Nov:  Veterans' Day Parade beginning at 9:30am - Doug has volunteered his truck.  Would be great to have one or two Veterans riding along with him.
8 Nov: Visitation by District Governor William "Billy" Roberts - Board meeting at 4:30pm
10 Nov:  Club is hosting Ocean Community Chamber "After Hours" - expect 30-40 attendees
12 Nov:  District 7950 Foundation Dinner Cocktails 5:30pm, dinner 6:00pm at Rosebrook Ctr Wareham MA.  Please let Rose know if you plan to go.  Tickets are $65 per person.
15 Nov:  Rotary & Lions hosting Pasta Dinner to benefit Jonnycake Ctr's Fuel Assistance Fund - take out dinners - flyers are ready for posting everywhere.  Tickets were delivered to all members - SELL!!!!!!!
22 Nov:  Stonington & Westerly High Schools' Football Night at 6:00pm
26 Nov:  Stonington Tree Lighting - Buoy Tree
29 Nov:  Ryan Saunders from Chorus of Westerly
6 Dec:  Board meeting at 4:30; Annual meeting -election of 2022/23 officers
12 Dec:  Christmas Light Parade 6pm  Rain date 19 Dec
13 Dec:  November & December Student of the Month
Club Home - It has been decided to remain at the Westerly Masonic Hall at 20 Elm Street with catering by various restaurants. Easiest to enter  via Central Baptist Church driveway, go down toward the back lot but turn right and you will find yourself at the back of the Masonic Hall and entrance.  Please bring your own beverage.   Dora will send the sandwich/salad menu on or about Wednesday for the next Monday meeting; respond to Dora ( with your food order by Saturday morning.
Covid Aid
 March 18th marks one year that our Club "has been making food and health item deliveries to area residents who are elderly, infirm, or without transportation.  Although the pace as slowed a bit, the need is still great."  Rona reports that 193 deliveries have been made during the past year.
and so the 4th Generation of Rayners begins to learn the business of Summer Pops....