Hear Ye, Hear Ye!
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  • Whitney Shephard invited Rotarians to Sunday Funday on Feb 23rd at Green Truck Pub to benefit Savannah Tree Foundation. Suzanne Kirk gave the poutine 2 thumbs up!
  • Jeff Brady bragged about an amazing trip that he had with 5th graders to Rock Eagle
  • Cari Clark Phelps announced the opening of a second location for her store, Salacia Salts, at 148 Abercorn Street
  • Denise Grabowski thanked everyone for supporting her in her campaign for a seat of the Savannah/Chatham County Public School Board
  • Lee Perry announced that he's running for Chatham County Tax Commissioner
  • Jordan Chase and Julie Wade is throwing a fundraising party to support fellow Metrotarians running for office - Denise Grabowski and Lee Perry (and anyone else who wants to  jump into a 2020 race).  The event takes place on Tues, March 3 from 5:30-7:00 at the Wade's residence on 3410 Abercorn Street (house is at 51st and Vetsburg - facing a park that faces Abercorn). The event is limited to Metrotarians and spouses/partners, but is not an official Metro event. Check your emails for more information. There are opportunities for host sponsorships. Contact Jordan and/or Julie.
  • Bret Bell reminded us that political fundraisers is not a club-sponsored event and club resources are not being used for it.
  • Cecilia Arango is hosting Literary Leaders, a book club focusing on leadership skills.  The event takes place on April 2nd at Southbound Brewing from 5:00-7:00 PM. Grab a copy of Simon Sinek's "Start with Why" and join the discussion.