This week’s program to be brought to us by August Program Chairman, Neil Skerratt, will be a representative from the new private Memorial Satilla Health System to give us an overview of the hospital’s current operations.
Next week, before our luncheon program starts at 12:30 p.m., our Okefenokee Fair Association Board meets at 11:00 a.m.
All members are invited to attend. The luncheon program brought to us by Neil Skeratt will be Franklin Stephens, Ware County High School Head Football Coach. Prospects for winning this year’s football games will be presented to our club.
This week, July Programs Chairman, Jim Stapleton, has scheduled a representative from the YMCA to speak on the Y’s Camp Reveille summer program. Next week on August 3rd, August Program Chairman Neil Skeratt will bring Don Berryhill speaking on Okefenokee Swamp and his course.
On Saturday, August 5 the Georgia District Exchange Leader- ship Training Session will be held at the Main Coliseum start- ing at 9:00 a.m. and ending at 2:00 p.m. Officers are urged to attend by District President Sidney Blanton. Fee is $20 and include lunch.
This week, July Programs Chairman, Jim Stapleton, will bring a great program of interest to club members and guests.
Next week’s luncheon program speaker is Connie Oliver of
the Way Green Local Fare Market at Okefenokee Heritage Center, 1460 N. Augusta Avenue, Waycross, Georgia, featuring local handmade and homemade products for sale on the first Saturday of each month May – November. Invite a guest to hear the speaker and meet our friendly members.
This Thursday, at 12:30 p.m., our luncheon program is our Annual Officer Installation Banquet for the upcoming 2017-2018 year. President Michael Ray asked all directors and officers to be installed to be in attendance and wear red coats. All members are asked to wear red coats to the event. Spouses are invited to attend, also. Hazel Hendrix, District Exchange Clubs Secretary will conduct installation.
Come hear this week’s program speaker, a representative from Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Fisheries Division. Next week, Mike Myers, Pastor of Trinity United Methodist Church, will speak on “America: Our Responsibility and our Commitment.”