unch Much?
Thanks everyone for signing up for a Munch-date with your Metro fam!  It's not too late if you still want to munch, please email Liza Smith and she'll hook you up (heeeheeeeheeeheee). 
Here's the gist:
  1. Put your name on the list (email Liza)
  2. Matchmaker Liza will match you up with two or three others
  3. Your crew will have one month to make Munch happen
  4. Post a pic on FB because #PicsOrItDidntHappen
  5. Get an attendance credit
We are at 28% EREY status!  Please make your additional (or more) $50 donation to Rotary Foundation for year-end giving.
Did y'all see the Polio stories in the last issue of the Rotarian? If not, please do and here's a story that hits close to home - did you know that Whitney Shephard Yates' mom had polio and spent almost a year in a hospital when she was very little? Whitney remembers thinking it was especially terrible that her mom hated chocolate because all of her medicine was chocolate-flavored in the hospital! Anything bad enough to make you hate chocolate has to be horrible!
Elizabeth Sommerll gave a Classification Talk.  Here's a little bit of what we learned:
 - She's a Wake Forest graduate (7-1 Woo!)
 - Moved to Savannah 4 years ago and is from Northern Virginia
 - Her family used to own and operate a winery in Virginia
 - Plays kickball for the Pooler Plantains team
 - Serves as Treasurer for a few local non-profits in town and serves as Finance Director for Junior League
 - As an auditor, she hasn't dealt with any shady dealings to report to any Board of Directors
Thank you to Alfred McGuire for sending us action shots of Laura Lee Bocade with DIRTT as a guest speaker for the Woodville Tompkins Interact Club!  
About DIRTT:  DIRTT is a building process powered by technology. They’re changing the face of construction with industry-leading software and advanced manufacturing. Complete interior spaces are built faster, cleaner and more sustainably. DIRTT removes the guesswork with the power of ICE technology.
Looping Literacy Together, a literacy reading project with Loop It Up Savannah and Otis Brock Elementary, kicks off now! Thanks to our Metrotarians who are volunteering an hour out of their day to help read to Pre-K and Kindergarten classes!
"Head"ed to the "Mills" - Congratulations to Jasmine Head, now Jasmine Mills, who married her partner for life, Brandi Mills. We wish you a lifetime of love, light, and laughter!