PROGRAMS

This week’s Thursday Exchange Club luncheon with food prepared by Sharon Deal and program arranged by Tommy Moore, August Programs Chairman, will be Bryan Robbins, Special Agent, CSX Railroad speaking on Railroad Crossing Safety. Next week’s luncheon program speaker will be Brian Booth, Environmental Supervisor CSX Railroad, who will speak on environmental issues with CSX Railroad.

EXCHANGE NEWS

President Burton Carter called for a shortboard meeting follow- ing luncheon of August 8, 2019. Also, President Burton called on members to carry out each members’ responsibility of bringing in a new member this year. Give members missing meeting a call to return and come back to meetings and fellowship.
Vickie Gillis is reported to have been approved for membership in our club. Vickie Gillis, Ware County District Attorney’s office secretary is a new member of our club.
Dr. Lee M. Hlad, Podiatrist, also submitted his application for club membership.
A veterans forum is in the formation stage for a meeting in the Auditorium, temporarily set for September 3, 2019, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Military veterans are to bring with them papers and information about issues they have.

KEITH HAWTHORN GLOBAL CREATIVE LEADERSHIP SUMMIT

Jim Stapleton, July Program Chairman, brought Keith Hawthorn, President Rotary Club to speak to our members at our July 25th Waycross Exchange Club meeting. Mr. Hawthorn explained that Waycross is to be a spot for top Global Leadership Summit in the world for two days and become part of a worldwide leadership forum. The group has a HD live telecast worldwide to discuss, at hundreds of locations in North America, with experiences of worldwide leaders in training sessions that are affordable and accessible to all. Reservations are required to participate in the meeting August 8-9 at the City Auditorium.
Originally, pastors joined in meetings together to talk with leadership across the nation about conflicts that can’t be solved and hope to be moved. They want to inspire all leaders to be working for the good. Learning would come from each other discussing solutions. The effort has been going on for 25 years in large audiences across the world. This year one of the locations will be in Waycross. World-Class speakers will discuss how we can use our power.
A video of trade shows describe how young entrepreneurs can lead. You will learn how to vision leadership in business and you will learn who to learn from. Successful entrepreneurs are showing how they are giving back to the community. They have a think- tank weekly to find how to succeed. It should help your life learn how others-shape their community to build a better community. We need to ask others to join and get 350 people to sign up. Also, monthly meetings will help you to know what is happening in this city. Call Mr. Keith Hawthorne of Waycross to reserve your slot and to participate.

BLOOD DRIVES CONTINUE

Al Jacobson reported his last blood drive, July 22, yielded goal of 120 pints and donations of 114. Keep donations coming, lifesavers!

MICKEY MULLIS VITA-MART

Jim Stapleton introduced Mickey Mullis, owner of Vita-Mart Store in Flanders Shopping Center. Phone is 912-285-9306 at 2509 Plant Avenue #B, Waycross, selling vitamins and health foods. Mickey recommended men to take multi-vitamins because they do not get enough vitamins through food. Hard tablets like gel or capsules are the best ways to consume them.
Cannabis meds are available in his store and are approved for sale by the state of Georgia as it is legal in all 50 states in America.
There is no THC in cannabis as it is in other versions which are more regulated. The main product is HEMP at maximum of 0.3% organic. Most meds are sold at 0.1% hemp. It is very successful in many diseases:

  • Glaucoma
  • Anti-Spasmatic Epileptic Seizure
  • Sedatives
  • Insomnia
  • Alertness
  • Arthritis/Muscle Pain
  • Anxiety
  • Nausea
  • Teenagers having harmful stress
  • Dogs (during storm stress)
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Gastronal Problems
  • Chrone’s Disease
  • Alcoholism
  • MS
  • Infections
  • Neurological
  • Pain Relief
  • Antioxidant
  • Strengthen Immune System

It has no side effects and is very effective. Swallow every 10 seconds, and take pills every day. Cost of cannabis 0.3% or less dose is $44.90/3 months supply or $69.90/6 months supply. Thanks Jim for bringing this information!

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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