We welcomed guests Carol Hollowell, Director of Switchpoint (and former club member who we hope rejoins), Anilee Bundy (who took Joel's old job at DSU) and Daneka Souberbeille (head of multi-cultural programs at DSU), both prospective new members.
For today's Rotary Minute, Carrie Haas told a story about a policeman who helped someone in need and was later killed in a traffic accident and how the person he helped went public with how much it made a difference to him at the time. She related this to aspects of the 4-Way Test (being fair and beneficial). She then asked and several club members responded with personal stories of when they helped someone who was in need and how it made a difference. It was a good way of looking at the 4-Way Test as something that is really applicable in real life.
Carrie then led us in another rousing round of horseplay.
We continued the member roundtable with Michael Forrest and Carrie Haas telling about their personal and professional histories and what led them to St. George and their current occupations.
For those of you who weren't there, we missed you!