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.
JULY 12 Club Committees Met
JULY 19 Justin Aichele presented a program on life in North Africa.
JULY 26 Sue Forschler presented a program on what to expect when living in a nursing home.
AUGUST 2 Thayer High School Principal Cliff Hawkins and Elementary Principal Susan McNeal discussed their back-ground and changes for the 2013-2014 school year.
AUGUST 9 David Turnbough, Mammoth Spring School Superintendent, presented a program about the school and changes that are taking place in education.
AUGUST 16 Matt Kantola, Naturalist at Grand Gulf State Park, presented an interesting program on snakes in our area.
AUGUST 23 District Governor Ken Messer presented a program that included his career background and an update on Rotary Foundation changes as well as the Polio Plus Program.
AUGUST 30 Jean Pace announced that the Arkansas Exhibit of Civil War will be in Mammoth Spring in September. Dan Chappell gave an update on Thayer School.
SEPTEMBER 20 Melissa Jones, Manager of the Jim Hinkle Spring River State Fish Hatchery presented a powerpoint on repairs being made on Dam 3 and Fishing Program that they sponsored during the summer.
SEPTEMBER 27 Committees met.
OCTOBER 4 Kelley Edwards from Southern Missouri Community Health Center presented a program on enrollment in the Affordable Health Care Act.
OCTOBER 11 Tim Kimball from Ozarks Medical Center Heart Care Services presented a program from Basic Heart Care to Open Heart Surgery.
OCTOBER 18 Ron Estes presented a slide show of historic pictures of Mammoth Spring.
OCTOBER 25 Clara Williams and Jo Beth Anderson presented a program on the "Friends of Eleven Point River" organization which was formed to preserve Greer Spring Mill.
NOVEMBER 1 Neil McWilliams presented trivia about ice cream. Each member was served some ice cream.
NOVEMBER 8 Jeff Pogue, Representative of the 43rd District, gave a program on recent legislation and how it affects his constituents.
NOVEMBER 15 Bill Perkins read excerpts from letters sent during WWII from his dad and uncle to his mother.
NOVEMBER 22 A short Rotary Foundation program was presented by Jason Greer, then Committees met.
NOVEMBER 29 NO MEETING
DECEMBER 6 NO MEETING - SNOW
DECEMBER 13 Dan Chappell read the "Night Before Christmas."
DECEMBER 20 Kim Greer discussed the Literacy Program and read the book, Llama Llama, Holiday Drama."
DECEMBER 27 NO MEETING
JANUARY 8 Ken McKenzie, Director of Oregon County Ambulance District, gave an update on the Ambulance Service.
JANUARY 15 Glynda Pryor discussed her blood disorder, Glanzmann's Thrombasthenia, and Bill Franz reviewed some recent articles from the Rotarian Magazine.
JANUARY 22 Steve Russell lead a ROTARY game based on BINGO. It was informative and fun.
JANUARY 29 George Underwood, Oregon County Sheriff, presented an update on the Department, the services they perform, and goals for the future.
FEBRUARY 5 NO MEETING/WEATHER
FEBRUARY 12 Terri Wrenfrow from the Oregon County Health Department presented an update on the Backpack Program.
FEBRUARY 19 Ruth Stevens presented a program on the Rotary International Peace Fellow Program.
FEBRUARY 26 Trena Spears discussed the Rotary Auction and distributed auction sheets to members.
MARCH 5 Jennifer Crowe led a Money Trivia Game.
MARCH 12 The program was "Hannah's Lights," a safety program.
MARCH 19 James Spurlock presented a program on what is going on at Ozarka College.
MARCH 26 Dan Chappell presented an interesting program on gardening and horticulture issues.
APRIL 2 Doyle Fink presented a program on "Think Safety" including ways to protect your head, eyes, ears, skin, and feet. He also presented information on Lifting, Chemical Safety, Ladders, and Electrical Safety.
APRIL 9 Dr. Richard Dawe, President of Ozarka College, presented an update on the growth of Ozarka and the new Flight Program which is expected to start in the fall of 2015.
APRIL 16 Matt Kantola, Interpretive Naturalist from Grand Gulf State Park, presented an interesting program on Mountain Lions.
APRIL 23 Nikki Cunningham, Business Teacher from Thayer High School, and two students, Jason Meredith and Ethan Cunningham, presented a program about an ID Tech Camp that they plan to attend this summer at Vanderbilt University in Nashville. They are willing to work for the money to pay their way.
APRIL 30 Yancy Walker, Head Basketball Coach at MSU-WP, presented a review of their training program and academic statistics for their program. He also reviewed the new recruits for 2014-15.
MAY 7 Brian Davis reviewed recent accomplishments at Mammoth Spring School.
MAY 14 Ministerial Alliance members Abel Perez and Clay Risner discussed the Back to School Program that they sponsor each year in August. They also discussed other assistance they provide for the community.
MAY 21 Mike Harber talked about his music career and the many places he had performed including Harlem, Monaco, Monte Carlo, Puerto Rico, and London.
MAY 28 Dawn McPherson discussed the first aid cream she makes from herbs as well as the uses for various herbs.
JUNE 4 Ward Franz, Executive Director of the OMC Foundation, presented a program about the OMC system and services that the Foundation provides.
JUNE 11 Jerry Sisco, owner of Central Ozark Machine Shop in Alton, presented an interesting program about the history and current status of his business.
JUNE 18 CLUB ASSEMBLY - The 2014-2015 Committees met to plan their goals, activities, and budgets.
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