Rich Munson provided an update on CHIP-IN Batavia, the charity that provides funds and resources to displaced families in Batavia. The Batavia Rotary is sponsoring displaced students at JB Nelson School with snacks, hats, gloves, jackets and other winter gear. There will be a fundraiser for CHIP-IN at O’ Sole Mio on February 19th. O’ Sole Mio will be providing lunch to JB students on February 20th. The entire International Committee (Rick Pumo) volunteered to deliver those meals for the Rotary. Additional volunteers are welcome!


Dick Larson is coordinating the collection of Rotary Foundation contributions. Rotarians are requested to donate $100/yr to the foundation, but any contribution is welcome! Dick would like to have all contributions collected by April 1st.


Please contact Holly Deitchman if you can volunteer to be part of the AID telethon team.


Dick Larson and Jack Jangelis both volunteered to represent the Batavia Rotary at this year’s Trivia Bee. Contact Dan Hoefler if you can help out. Please.


Jack Jangelis needs volunteers to help with this year’s district conference at the Midwest Marriott in Oakbrook Terrace – April 11th -13th. He needs a Sergeant at Arms to help direct attendees.


Whose Live Is It Anyway is still scheduled for May 30th at the Fine Arts Center. The Batavia Rotary fronted the money required to secure that performance as a secondary fundraiser. We are officially in the black on that event. Tell your friends about the date and let’s help to make this a success for Batavia.


February birthdays include Bryan Barus, Jack Jangelis, Dick Larson, and Rick Pumo