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Newsletter - Current Dec 12, 2017
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Volume #2017

Issue #50


Rotary Theme 2017-2018

Heather Whelan, President, Elizabethtown Noon Rotary Club


December 12, 2017  


     Rotary Program

    December 12, 2017


  John Gordon, National Weather Service

"Fact or Fiction"



 John Gordon is currently Chief Meteorologist of the National Weather Service (NWS) Forecast Office in Louisville. The NWS serves the citizens across 59 counties of Kentucky and Southern Indiana.


Before Louisville, John headed up the brand new NWS office in Huntsville, Alabama from 2002- 2004. He received a BS in Meteorology from St. Louis University in 1986 and a Masters in Teaching in Geoscience from Mississippi State in 2002. John retired from the U.S. Air Force (AF) Reserves after serving nearly 21 years. Most of his AF career was spent as a flight meteorologist for the US Air Force Reserve 53rd Squadron Hurricane Hunters based in Biloxi, MS. John flew several major hurricanes including Fran 1996, Bret 1999, Isadore 2002, Isabel 2003, Frances 2004, Ivan 2004, and Katrina 2005. Besides, Huntsville, AL and Louisville, John has also worked in Oklahoma City, Germany, Jackson, MS, Springfield, MO and Nashville, TN for both the Air Force and the National Weather Service.





Cameron Brown


Financial Adviser



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 What is a Paul Harris Fellow?


When $1,000 is contributed to The Rotary Foundation, a request can be made for an individual to be recognized as a Paul Harris Fellow; that person can be a Rotarian or a member of the community who is not a Rotarian.


When a person is recognized as a Paul Harris Fellow, they are presented with a Certificate signed by the Rotary International President and the Chairman of the Trustees of The Rotary Foundation, and a lapel pin and medallion. The contribution to The Rotary Foundation can be made in one sum or by cumulative giving over a number of years. Individuals can make a personal contribution or the contribution can be from a club, a company or business.


Click on the link for a message about Rotary's Polio Plus Program:




Other Area Rotary Club Meetings

Bardstown:  Noon Wednesday, Nelson County Public Library 
Hodgenville:  Noon Thursday, Paula's Hot Biscuit
Radcliff:  Noon Thursday, Colvin Community Center
Horse Cave:  Noon Monday, H.C. United Methodist Church

Hardin County AM:  7:15 am Friday, Stone Hearth

Grayson County: Noon Tuesday, Mr. Gatti's Pizza


See Secretary for additional Clubs 




12/19 - Christmas Program - Bean Soup Lunch **LOCATION CHANGE FOR 12/19 ONLY (Brown Pusey House)




1/2 - Chris Pyles, PT Pros


None this week



12/18 - James & Tia Watson



12/13 - Stephanie Medley (1)


12/13 - Robin Reeder (1)


12/13 - Sheri Williams (1)



Elizabethtown Rotary Club's paver at the Veterans Tribute. 



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