Rotary Club of Palatka Paul Harris Award Presentations

Rotary Club of Palatka Paul Harris Award Presentations

PLENARY SESSION IV 10:30 AM 12:30 PM April 19, 2008 2008 Annual Conference Rotary International District 6970 Cecil F. Gibson III, Governor 2007 2008 Foundation Highlights Major Donors Rotary Club of Daytona Beach West Mr. Eugene J. Boleslawski Mr. John Zak III

Rotary Club of Daytona Beach Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Booth Rotary Club of Debary-Deltona Mr. and Mrs. Howard H. Hinsch 2007 2008 Foundation Highlights Major Donors Rotary Club of DeLand Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred E. Morgan Rotary Club of Downtown Gainesville

Mr. Donald E. Frowick Rotary Club of Gainesville Mr. Michael A. Singer PDG and Mrs. E. Travis York, Jr. 2007 2008 Foundation Highlights Major Donors Rotary Club of Greater Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. George T. Elmore Mr. Hugh E. Puder Rotary Club of Jacksonville

Mr. Steven N. Bacalis Edna Sproull Williams Foundation Mr. and Mrs. William W. Gay PDG and Mrs. Thomas L. Grimes PDG and Mrs. Wilford C. Lyon, Jr. Mr. Charles D. Towers, Jr. PDG and Mrs. Joseph P. Whittlesey 2007 2008 Foundation Highlights Major Donors Rotary Club of Keystone Heights Mr. and Mrs. Alfred B. Watson

Rotary Club of Mandarin Mr. James M. Barker IV Rotary Club of Ocala-Silver Springs Mr. and Mrs. Warren Daniels, Sr. Mr. William B. Ray, Sr. 2007 2008 Foundation Highlights Major Donors Rotary Club of Orange Park Mrs. Mary Huntley Mr. and Mrs. Lee R. Ledbetter PDG and Mrs. Kenneth Smallwood

Rotary Club of Palatka Mr. And Mrs. Daniel A. Martinez Rotary Club of Ponte Vedra Beach Sunset Mr. Michael L. Emily 2007 2008 Foundation Highlights Major Donors Rotary Club of Ponte Vedra Beach Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Blackburn Rotary Club of Port OrangeSouth Daytona

Mr. Dahyabhai S. Patel Rotary Club of South Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. E. Robert Langley, Jr. 2007 2008 Foundation Highlights Major Donors Rotary Club of West Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Corrigan, Sr. Mrs. Jean Evans Anonymous 2007 2008 Foundation Highlights

Bequest Society Members Arlington Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Campbell PDG and Mrs. William J. Moredock, Sr. Four Townes-Orange City Mr. and Mrs. Eli G. Schaperow Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Taylor Belleview Mrs. Karen M. Hatch Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Tony Domenech Ms. Eleanor M. Green Ms. Katherine H. Pierce

Mr. and Mrs. Davis Rembert, Jr. Douglas A. Tanner Ms. Mary A. Westphal DG and Mrs. D. Brent Williams PDG and Mrs. E. Travis York, Jr. Daytona Beach West Mr. William Griffin Dr. Richard W. Hartmann Daytona Beach Mr. Walter J. McFadden Mrs. Eleanor Sorkin DeLand James A. Crenshaw Ms. Gery Walker

Jacksonville PDG and Mrs. Thomas L. Grimes Dr. Frances B. Kinne Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Mueller Downtown Gainesville Mr. John H. Brunner Jacksonville-Oceanside Mr. Norman C. Reimer Fernandina Beach Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Ridley Keystone Heights Capt. Eben E. Barnett II

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred B. Watson 2007 2008 Foundation Highlights Bequest Society Members Mandarin Mr. and Mrs. Vasant P. Bhide Mr. Michael A. Brannam Mr. and Mrs. Major B. Harding, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John Holloway Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Key Mr. and Mrs. George W. Robbins III PDG and Mrs. Wilson L. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell C. Zahn Orange Park Ms. Tina L. Crowder Mr. Mark J. Easterling

Mr. and Mrs. Lee R. Ledbetter Mr. David A. Mosborg, M.D. PDG and Mrs. Kenneth Smallwood Palatka Sunrise Mr. Brent Coates Mr. Jared N. Dollar Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Eaken, Jr. Mr. Marshall L. Fulghum Ms. Dianne J. Marlow + Ms. Tina R. Robinson Palatka PDG Shirley Ann Purinton and Mr. Michael Purinton Mr. John Henry Redlitz Ponte Vedra Beach Sunset

PDG and Mrs. Stephen D. Melching Ponte Vedra Beach Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Blackburn Port Orange South Daytona Beach Mrs. Lois M. Lister Mr. James G. Vickaryous and Mrs. Jennifer Ferguson San Jose Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Perry III Mr. and Mrs. John W. Curtin, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Helow Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Sovich Mr. Charles Waters South Jacksonville Mr. John F. Callender

2007 2008 Foundation Highlights Bequest Society Members Southeast Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Wilson William Sick, Jr. Southpoint Jacksonville Ms. Priscilla B. Greene St. Augustine Sunrise Ms. Kathy Mignerey St. Augustine Ms. Ann Breidenstein PDG and Mrs. Douglas J. Martin West Jacksonville Mr. Henry D. Collier, Jr. 2007 2008 Foundation Highlights Paul Harris Society Members

Arlington Bruce Duggar Robert Fankhauser Daytona Beach Peter Brooker Richard C. Brown Rhoda Goodson Stephen P. Seibert Bruce Teeters Daytona Beach West William Griffin K. Judith Lane Fran Markette Gloria Markette Deland

Gary Walker Ed Lacey Downtown Gainesville John Brunner Don Frowick Leslie S. Haswell Jim Islam Al Losch Joseph E. Lowry, Sr. Connie Rowe Jim Skiles G.E. Turbyfill Fernandina Beach Frank Ridley

Flagler County Thea M. Hein-Mathen Gainesville Ben Campen William C. Nettleton Davis M. Rembert Brent Williams Jacksonville Henry E. Autrey Tommy Grimes Becky Grimes Atul Shah Edward E. Witt Jacksonville Oceanside

Norman Reimer New Smyrna Beach Steve Hole Ocala Mary Driscoll Anonymous Barbara Woodson Ocala Silver Springs Robert Holloron Warren E. Daniels Ocala Southwest Francis L. Van Hee, Jr.

Orange Park Dave Faraldo Bill Hudson Jim Kaelin Lee Ledbetter L Preston Mangus, III Orien Pass Ken Smallwood Ormond Beach Isaac W. Johnston Palatka Daniel A. Martinez 2007 2008 Foundation Highlights Paul Harris Society Members Palatka Sunrise

J.R. Redlitz Ponte Vedra Beach: Donald Blackburn LaVonne Blackburn David S. O'Brien Joseph F. Sackett Robert G. Stursberg Ponte Vedra Beach Sunset: Mike Anderson Mike Emily David Hess Dreighton Rosier Port Orange/South Daytona:

Jennifer Ferguson D. S. Patel South Jacksonville: Barry Covington Southpoint: Leon J. Carrero Cynthia W. Covington Arthur D. Dobosiewicz James F. Tullis Clark Vargas West Jacksonville: Ken Baker Dewitt "Clint" Dawkins Cecil F. Gibson, III Scott W. Imray

2007 2008 Foundation Highlights Paul Harris Society Clubs Daytona Beach Club #4354 New Smyrna Beach Club #4374 Daytona Beach West Club #27054 Orange Park Club #4378 Orange Park Sunrise Club #53458 DeBary-Deltona Club #4356 Ormond Beach Club #4379 Deland Club #4357 Ormond Beach West Club #21035

Downtown Gainesville Club #27554 Palatka Sunrise Club #26715 Four Townes Orange City Club #24589 Ponte Vedra Beach Sunset Club #66794 Flagler Beach Club #28365 Port Orange/South Daytona Club #22887

Gainesville Sunrise Club #4363 San Jose Club #61266 Greater Gainesville Club #4364 Southpoint Club #52499 High Springs Club #4236 West Jacksonville Club #4385 Mandarin Club #4373 District 6907 AWARDS 2007-2008 Awards Committee The Judges Phil Voss, Chairman, serving 2nd Term on Awards Committee Steve Hole, 2005-06, 2006-07 Awards Chairman, serving 3 th and final Term

Jim Kotas, Prospective 2008-09 Chairman, serving 1st Term ------------------------------------------------------------Ron Shamlaty, Past President San Jose (2006-07 Best Small Club) Eleanor Green, Past President- Gainsville (2006-07 Best Large Club) Blind Unbiased Judging Submissions for BEST PROJECTS Clubs submitted 78 Projects in 4 categories (66 were submitted in 2007) PROJECTS Best World Community Service

Small Club Rotary Club of Flagler Beach (Paraguay Orphanage) 2nd Year for this project Large Club Rotary Club of Gainesville (Sustainable Cambodia) 2nd Year for this project PROJECTS Best Local Service Small Club Rotary Club of Flagler Beach (Project Share) Large Club Rotary Club of Jacksonville Oceanside (M.O.V.E. Playground) PROJECTS

Best Fundraiser Small Club Rotary Club of Four Townes-Orange City (River Fest - $13,000) Large Club Rotary Club of Deerwood (Bikers Bash- $192,000) The 20 Projects that were submitted for awards Raised over $881,000 for Club Charitable Contributions. PROJECTS Best Service Above Self Small Club Rotary Club of Four Townes Orange City (Sheriffs Disaster Vehicle) Large Club Rotary Club of Gainesville (Sustainable Cambodia)

FOUNDATION GIVING 2006-2007 TOP 3 CLUBS PER CAPITA ANNUAL PROGRAMS FUND GIVING: 1. San Jose $ 666.43 2. Gainesville $ 586.45 3. Ponte Vedra Beach Sunset $ 538.02 FOUNDATION GIVING 2006-2007 TOP 3 CLUBS ANNUAL PROGRAMS FUND GIVING: 1. Jacksonville $ 51,268.00 2. Gainesville $ 39,999.00 3. Daytona Beach $ 27,167.00

Our 3 Biggest Clubs Money Talks! ATTENDANCE & MEMBERSHIP Best Attendance Small Club Rotary Club of Ponte Vedra Beach Sunset (93.36%) Large Club Rotary Club of Orange Park Sunrise (87.63%) ATTENDANCE & MEMBERSHIP Best Retention Small Club Rotary Club of Downtown Deland (100%) Small ClubRotary Club of Southpoint Jacksonville (100%) Large Club Rotary Club of Ormond Beach (98%)

Large Club Rotary Club of Mandarin (98%) ATTENDANCE & MEMBERSHIP Best Net Membership Growth Small Club Rotary Club of St. Johns (net +8) Small Club Rotary Club of Starke (net +8) Large Club Rotary Club of Deland (net +15) ATTENDANCE & MEMBERSHIP Best Overall Membership Growth Small Club Rotary Club of Starke (+12 Members) Large Club Rotary Club of Gainesville (+23 Members) PREMIER CLUBS

28 Clubs Met ALL of the Following Criteria: Presidential Citation completed Dues and required reports submitted Met its Foundation Goal Increase in Foundation Benefactor/Bequest Weekly bulletin (on-line or hard copy) Club Directory Good communication with AG & DG Attendance at District Events Local Service Project International Service Project At least one Additional Factors (i.e. GSE, YE, RYLA, Interact/Rotaract sponsor, Club President personally sponsored a new member, etc.) Last Year we had 23 Clubs Qualify

PREMIER CLUBS (Small Clubs in Order of Size) Debary-Deltona High Springs St. Johns Ponte Vedra Beach Sunset Flagler Beach Four Townes - Orange City Keystone Heights New Smyrna Beach Southpoint Jacksonville San Jose North Jacksonville

PREMIER CLUBS (Large Clubs) Daytona Beach West Orange Park Sunrise Deerwood Ormond Beach Port Orange-South Daytona JacksonvilleOceanside Palatka Sunrise Ocala Silver Springs Deland Breakfast Mandarin Fernandina Beach Ponte Vedra Beach

Orange Park Luncheon Deland South Jacksonville West Jacksonville Gainesville Rotary District 6970 BEST CLUB AWARDS 2007-2008 BEST SMALL CLUB Rotary Club of Four Townes Orange City BEST LARGE CLUB: Rotary Club of Orange Park Sunrise District 6907 AWARDS

District 6970 truly made a positive impact in the lives of many in our local and international communities!

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