JULY 2 Sharon Brewer from the Thayer School Booster Club discussed their Fundraising activities and how that money is used to help the school.
JULY 9 Jason Greer presented an informative program on the policies and procedures that are required of Wal Mart to sell a rifle.
JULY 16 Bill Walmsley, a judge in the Arkansas Court of Appeals, presented an interesting program on the court system in Arkansas.
JULY 23 Nathan Rackers from the Boy Scouts, Ozarks Trails Council, presented a program on the various Boy Scout programs.
JULY 30 Brenda Ledgerwood from Alton discussed the upcoming "Ozarks Beatlemania Festival" on September 12-13.
AUGUST 6 Eric Honeyfield and Addy Van Os Keuls from OMC Riverways discussed the importance of having a Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care Choices and Health Care Choices Directive.
AUGUST 13 Tonya Woods, Thayer School Superintendent, presented a program on recent "Intruder Training" held for the staff and the new Teacher/Staff Evaluation which is a Growth Model. Each teacher/administrator has a personal growth goal, a goal developed with the principal, a building goal, and a district goal.
AUGUST 20 Steve Biffle, Thayer School Resource Officer, presented a program on his duties and goals in that position.
AUGUST 27 Catharine McPherson presented an informative program on the disease ALS or Lou Gehrig's Disease.
SEPTEMBER 3 Billy Webber, Thayer High School Head Football Coach, discussed the team members and the schedule.
SEPTEMBER 10 Member Allen Moss, Superintendent of Couch School, discussed the current activities and accomplishments of the student body. He also discussed some legislative issues and Amendment 3 which will be on the November ballot.
SEPTEMBER 17 Jennie Underwood, member of the Oregon County History Club, presented a program on the history and reprint of the book, Oregon County History Book I.
SEPTEMBER 24 Rose Estes, English Teacher from Mammoth Spring High School, brought two students, Shelby Collins and Kailey Sims, who presented a powerpoint on the 2014 trip they took to Boston, Salem, and New York City.
OCTOBER 1 Rotarian Mike Harber presented a program on the technological changes in the recording industry.
OCTOBER 8 Clara Williams and Brian Sloss presented a program on the improvements made at the Greer Mill through the efforts of the Friends of Eleven Point River fundraising.
OCTOBER 15 District Governor Joe Beltz shared his passion for Rotary and how he became District Governor for the second time. He also encouraged member to attend the District Conference Nov. 1-2 in Jefferson City and the District Foundation banquet in Columbia on Nov. 15.
OCTOBER 22 Karen Perkins presented a video outlining how Rotary International got involved in the Polio Eradication Program.
OCTOBER 29 Yancy Walker, Head Basketball Coach of MSU-WP, presented a program on the Roster and Schedule of the 2014-2015 season.
NOVEMBER 5 PDG Raymond Plue, District 6080 Rotary Foundation Chair, presented presented a program on the Foundation.
NOVEMBER 12 Thayer High School Agri Teacher, Marcus Orf, discussed the agri program and plans for a working barn on campus.
DECEMBER 3 Jennifer Crowe presented a program on the Mammoth Spring Food Pantry. She also outlined a new Chamber of Commerce Program "Market on Main Street," a Farmer's Marker that will be held each Saturday May 2-October 17 on Simmons Parking Lot.
DECEMBER 10 Charity Cornelius, Thayer Elementary School Music Teacher, presented a musical program of Christmas songs with first grade students.
DECEMBER 17 Thayer Police Chief Daryl Childers, Canine Officer Brady Grinnell, and Evidence Officer Luke Martin presented a program about the training required for the dog and the trainer. They also did a demostration with hidden drugs.
JANUARY 7 Cherie King presented a program on the Awana Program run by the Thayer First Baptist Church. It is for students in Grades Pre K through Six. They serve from 60-80 children weekly.
JANUARY 14 Rotarian Bob Casteel presented a program on his background, career, and principles that he lives by.
JANUARY 21 Scott Ream presented an interesting program on his 2013 VOSH International Eye Care Trip to Bhutan in Southeast Asia.
JANUARY 28 Mike Crase from KKountry 95 presented a program on the St. Jude's Radiothon that will be held on February 11.
FEBRUARY 4 Matt Kantola, Naturalist from Grand Gulf State Park, presented an interesting program on Black Bears in Southern Missouri.
FEBRUARY 11 FFA Students from Mammoth Spring High School presented a program about FFA Week and the FFA Show Team.
FEBRUARY 18 Doyle Fink presented a program on Fall Prevention.
FEBRUARY 25 Jack Bates, Air EVAC Program Director, presented a program update the new building in West Plains.
MARCH 4 Members worked on Rotary Auction.
MARCH 11 Larry Forschler distributed auction sheets to members
MARCH 18 Club Assembly
MARCH 25 Guinn Massey, Rotarian from the Sherwood, AR Club, presented an inspiring program on Rotary's Four-Way Test.
APRIL 1 Mike and Joy Meizler presented a program on Legal Shield whose services include all legal issues for a small business or individual family and identity theft protection.
APRIL 8 Jennifer Crowe discussed the Mammoth Spring Market on Mail that will run on Saturdays May 2-October 17 from 8:00 a.m. through 2:00 p.m.
APRIL 15 Kim Greer presented a video on the Rising Above Program with John O'Leary. The theme of this program is about taking back your life, ignite your possibilities, and change your world.
APRIL 22 Mike Harber and his musical friends presented an awesome program featuring music by David Lynn Jones.
APRIL 29 Bill Franz gave a program on "What Rotary Means to Me." He reviewed some history of Rotary and his father, Ozzie Franz', involvement at the local and district level.
MAY 6 Jana Miller, Art Teacher at Thayer High School, and some of her students presented a program on some of the different mediums used in their artwork.
MAY 13 Nick Martin, student at MSU-WP, presented an interesting program on his semester of study in China.
MAY 20 Brian Pence, Director of OMC Cancer Treatment Center, presented a program on the cutting edge technology that is being used there for lung cancer.
MAY 27 Carley Garrison and Bailey Bennett presented their FCCLA Project to collect coats for children and distribute them.
JUNE 3 Ralph Moore, Master Gardener, presented an interesting program on the Master Gardener Program which is sponsored by the University of Arkansas Extension Program.
JUNE 10 Committees
JUNE 17 Salvation Army from Mt. Home
JUNE 25 INSTALLATION BANQUET
JULY 10 Whitney Burrell, Community Manager for Relay for Life, presented a program reviewing the history of Relay for Life and the services offered by the American Cancer Society.
JULY 17 Ayden Henry and Braydon Pender presented an interesting program on their experiences at Boys State.
JULY 24 President Steve Russell presented a program about the 2015-2016 Rotary year and reviewed the club's budget and planned activities.
JULY 31 District Governor Steve Dulle discussed Rotary Goals and service to our community and the world.
AUGUST 7 Jimmie Edwards, Director of Marketing at the Ozark Folk Center in Mt. View, AR, presented an overview of what is happening at the Folk Center as well as the Special Events that are planned for this season.
AUGUST 14 Melissa Morgan and Robert Baugh presented a program on services offered by Ozark Family Resource Agency.
AUGUST 21 Larry Forschler and Cody Dalton from SCOCOG (South Central Ozark Council of Governments) discussed a proposed walking trail plan below Highway 63 near the current Warmfork Park and possible grants that are available through SCOCOG.
AUGUST 28 Abel Perez reported on the Back to School Fair that was held on August 5. There were 250 students who participated.
SEPTEMBER 4 Joseph Trantham, District Construction Engineer & Safety Officer for the Arkansas Department of Transportation, discussed the Highway 63 Project at Mammoth Spring.
SEPTEMBER 11 Member Kim Greer presented a program on "Happiness." She gave several strategies that we can use to improve our happiness.
SEPTEMBER 18 Member Kim Greer demonstrated some different exercises to help relieve stress.
SEPTEMBER 25 Starr Kohler, Chief Executive Officer of Southwest Missouri Office on Aging, presented a program on the services offered by her agency.
OCTOBER 2 Rotarian Bob Cicigoi presented a program about the difficulties experienced by Italian immigrants and some of their outstanding achievements.
OCTOBER 9 Jamie Gundel, University of Missouri Extension Agronomist, presented a program on the services provided by his office.
OCTOBER 16 Ben Sims, author of the novel, The Third Anomaly, presented a program on his background and how he came to write a book. He also discussed the process of getting published.
OCTOBER 23 Yancy Walker, Head Basketball Coach at MSU-WP, presented a program on the 2015-16 Players and Schedule. He announced that January 9 would be "Thayer" night.
OCTOBER 30 Club Assembly-Committees Met
NOVEMBER 6 Member Allen Moss, Couch School Superindent, talked about the need for volunteers at Oregon County Recycling Center, the option to purchase about 2,500 acres known as Frederick Creek Ranch by Department of Natural Resources to make primitive camping sites, and the recent ADA approved playground at Couch School that was completed during the summer.
NOVEMBER 13 Sarah Seagraves, Biologist from the Federal Fish Hatchery, gave an update on the new facility and activities that are planned.
NOVEMBER 20 The Thayer High School Choir under the direction of Cathy Deckard presented a musical program.
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