Anybody see a flock of pink flamingos in our front yard?? Imagine the look on our customers faces as they? came and went to their storage units today.? So what’s the deal?
The Flocking is a fundraiser by the Fairborn High School Interact Club, they do many projects around Fairborn and the world all in the spirit of Rotary International.? For a small donation of $15 or $20 the Interact Club will Flock your neighbor for fun, or to celebrate a birthday, anniversary? or just for fun.? They’ll roost in your yard for the day and will fly off to flock someone else in the evening.
Want to get Flocked?? Call Donna at 937-878-5840
Looking for all the info, schedules and entertainment for this years Sweet Corn Fest? Click on over to the Official Fairborn Sweet Corn Festival Website at http://www.fairbornsweetcornfestival.org
Shout out to Bob Carico and Linda Riffle, 2010 King and Queen! See you all Aug 20 and 21 at Community Park!
Come out to the July 3rd Block Party today from 3 to 11 pm. I’ll be there in the Fairborn Rotary Root Beer Stand…Come on by and say hello!
Sunday is the Best 4th of July Parade in the World in Downtown Fairborn. Starts at Fairborn Plaza then heads down Central Ave to Main St. Get there early to get a good spot. Bring your lawn chairs, blankets and snacks and enjoy!
Be sure to waive when you see me come by in our pimped out Fairborn Self Storage Ohio State University Cart. Check it out:
Photo taken on Beaver Valley at Fairborn Self Storage
from Kirksville Mo., Ray looks like he’s pumped for a year leading RI. Saw this article on http://www.kirksvilledailyexpress.com. Long time friend, Terry Combs said in The Rotarian
My guess is that he will be the most approachable individial ever to serve at the helm of Rotary.
In Fairborn, Ohio, Jamie Hensley, Owner of Jamie’s Tire @ Service takes over as President of the Fairborn Rotary Club.
What Is Rotary?
Rotary is a global network of community volunteers.
Rotary club members are business, professional, and community leaders in your locality who meet regularly to plan and implement community service activities and network with other professionals. For those interested, members can also choose to become involved in international humanitarian service efforts. More than 1.2 million men and women in over 200 countries and geographical areas belong to over 33,000 Rotary clubs.
Rotary builds international understanding through scholarships, exchange programs, and humanitarian grants. Throughout the world, Rotary clubs participate in a broad range of educational, intercultural, and humanitarian activities designed to improve the lives of others.
Benefits of Membership
Belonging to a Rotary club provides members with an opportunity to make a contribution to their own communities and to communities around the world.
Members may join Rotary for many reasons, including community involvement, personal development, professional networking, and camaraderie with fellow members. But perhaps the most important benefit is the satisfaction gained from making a real difference in the world.