Posted by Phil Noble on Mar 28, 2018
   Nineteen members showed up at the March 28th, 2018 Club Assembly according to Club President Roxanne Ostlund, who kicked off the meeting with a balloon demo, suggesting the club might want to hire a balloon artist to entertain school children.
   Many ideas were kicked around at the meeting after Roxanne asked for ways club members thought it best to invest a $3,000 surplus in the club's funds. Past President Brenda Laird suggested giving three prospective members a one-year free membership with conditions (that they'd attend indoctrination sessions, meetings, etc.) in an effort to boost membership and hopefully get younger members. 
   Club member Mike Shonsey suggested buying a Shelter Box because he is working with the noon club on a World Community and Service Committee, several thoughts about maybe partnering with Rotaract on this as well.
   A sad farewell to long time member Jerry Crader, who is transferring back to the Noon Club now that he's retired, saying he doesn't want to get up early any more but would do anything for the Sunrise Club.