Exchange Club of Waycross

& including the

Okefenokee Fairgrounds

Annual Music Events

The Okefenokee Fairgrounds & the Exchange Club of Waycross host events like the Annual Gram Parsons Guitar Pull

Agricultural Fair

The Okefenokee Fairgrounds Association & the Exchange Club of Waycross host an annual Agricultural Fair

Prevention of Child Abuse

On a more serious note – Prevention of Child Abuse is our main project at the Exchange Club of Waycross

RED CROSS Blood Drives

We hold regular Blood Drives at the Waycross Exchange Club, so make a difference and donate some blood, next time

President Carter wants to notify all members that our Thursday Exchange Club Meetings will be canceled until further notice. He received word from Johnathan Daniel that all meetings of 50 or more should be canceled. We will inform you when our meetings will begin again. Hopefully, it won’t we too long

Welcome to our bimonthly News update

These articles are taken from our Red Coater bimonthly newsletter, for more information, please click the Red Coater icon to the right for the pdf file.

April 2, 2020

SPECIAL NOTICE!

We will have NO Thursday Meetings/or board meetings until further notice from the Georgia Department of Public Safety and president Burton Carter.

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March 18, 2020

NOTICE!

We will have NO Thursday Meetings or board meetings until further notice from the Georgia Department of Public Safety and Emergency Management.

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March 5, 2020

PROGRAMS

This Thursday, March 5th, March Programs Chairman Mary Barnes brings her first program of March to our March 5th meeting at 12:30 p.m. luncheon. Tom Cribb of Project Search is her program.
February 27, 2020, was our 2020 Public Safety Banquet at 7:00 p.m.
It had been switched a week from February 20 due to a dangerous weather forecast for that evening.
Next week on March 12th, Mary brings a program to be announced (TBA).

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February 20, 2020

PROGRAMS

Carl James, February Programs Chairman this year is also Public Safety Banquet Chairman for this February 20th evening festivities. We will honor our city and county Public Safety employees who have excelled in their official duties and dedication during 2019. Recognition will be given to all who have achieved high goals, life-saving acts, and other public services. No luncheon meeting will be held.
On Monday, February 24, our fairgrounds and Ellie Royal Conference Center room will be used by the American Red Cross and the Blood Drive Committee from 9:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. for blood donations. Our last blood drive on January 27 had 148 pints of blood given. Go, and invite a guest! Next week before our luncheon, our Okefenokee Agricultural Fair Board Directors will meet at 10:45 a.m. Following at 11:30 a.m., our Exchange Club of Waycross board meeting will be held led by President Burton Carter. Reminder board members are required to attend.
Later at 12:30 p.m., our club’s luncheon will be spread out for our delight with Greg Taylor of the Georgia Pardon and Parole office speaking to us.

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February 6, 2020

PROGRAMS

This week’s January 6th Program speaker will be Harlan Proveaux, Deputy Director of Homeland Security of the Georgia Emergency Management System. Also, Thursday through Saturday our Okefenokee Fair Association officers, Jonathan Daniell, Harbin Farr, and President Burton Carter will be attending the Georgia/South Carolina Association of Fairs at Embassy Suites in Greenville, South Carolina to learn updated fair business activities to make our fair better. Remember Thursday, February 20th, program is our annual Public Safety Banquet held at 7:00 p.m. Members are to wear red coats if you have it. Spouses are invited.
February Programs Chairman Carl James, is bringing program speaker to us on Thursday, February 6th.

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Exchange Club Members & Officers:
Left to Right: Tony Tanner, Michael Ray, Larry Paulk, Bill Deason, Summer Stipe, Jake Strickland, Rod Langevin, Ginger Peagler, Harbin Farr, Jimmy White, Roger Collins, Burton Carter, Vince Settle.

Unity for Service

Our Motto - Unity for Service
The motto was adopted in 1917.
Its originator, Charles Berkey,
said the motto was inspired
by the 133rd Psalm, which says
“Behold how good and pleasant
it is for brethren to dwell
together in unity.”

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