Rotary-Meninak Joint Meeting and Golf Tournament
The Rotary Club of Jacksonville hosted a joint membership luncheon with the Meninak Club for the 51st year at Timuquana Country Club last Tuesday Tuesday.
The traditional get together gave members of both clubs an opportunity to compare civic notes and accomplishments as well reminiscing about the rivalry relationship that started more than 50 years ago.
Following the luncheon many members and invited guests took to the golf links under beautiful fall skies in friendly but serious competition for the annual honors. RCJ has accumulated 23 wins, however, Meninak's win for the 2nd year in a row came moved them to 21 wins over the years. There have been three tied tournaments and for rain outs. Brett Cato won Closest to the Hole on #8.
Congratulations to our Mark Bramlett for winning the Longest Putt on #18.
More photos on Facebook.
Christmas can come early this year. How about a Luxury Suite for the Jaguars-Falcons game on December 20th for you and your friends or business asasociates?
Raffle tickets are $100 each with only 600 raffle tickets being sold for the event.
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Make your check payable to The Rotary District 6970 York Foundation and mail it to Rotary District 6970, P.O. Box 47195, Jacksonville, FL 32247. Include your name, return mailing address, email address and best contact number. Your raffle ticket(s) will be mailed to you.
Nigeria has not reported a case of wild poliovirus since 24 July 2014, and all laboratory data have confirmed a full 12 months have passed without any new cases. As recently as 2012, Nigeria accounted for more than half of all polio cases worldwide.
Polio remains endemic in only two countries – Pakistan and Afghanistan.
(l/r) John and Kathy McIlvaine and Michelle and Jim Agee taking the President's Challenge.
President John Fryer has issued a President's Challenge to encourage members to get to know other members by an invitation to dinner with their spouse or partner.
Be sure to take a photo and post to our Facebook page along with a brief note about who, what, where and when.
A book is at the registration table each Monday so be sure to sign in acknowledging you have accepted and completed the President's Challenge and mark the names off in the book.
As we approach World Polio Day on October 24th, you have an opportunity to participate in supporting Rotary’s eradication program by purchasing a $100 raffle ticket (all proceeds go toward Polio). Each raffle ticket gives you an opportunity to win a luxury suite at the Jaguars vs. Falcons game on December 20th. Suite includes 20 tickets to the game, six parking passes, four additional passes for game day guests and $500 credit for game day menu and bar. Only 600 raffle tickets will be sold. Speak with your club’s Jaguar captain.