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Volume 1 | Issue 8

 
Welcome to our Social Distance bulletin! Until we can come together again, we will share a variety of stories and news to keep us engaged and connected as Rotarians.
Don't forget our Zoom meeting today at 12:30. Jump in a little early and chat with the early birds!
 
Meeting ID: 824 0368 8680
Password: 015801
 
Join Us In Zoom Today at 12:30!

Betting On Zero: By The Accidental Film Producer

Mr. Burke Koonce,

Burke Koonce has been an analyst and investor for more than two decades, focusing on serving value-focused investors and long-short equity hedge fund investors. He joined Raymond James as a financial advisor in 2017.

Burke was an executive producer of the award-winning financial documentary film Betting On Zero, which debuted at TriBeCa Film Festival in 2016 and is now licensed by Netflix.  Starting this month, Burke is a contributing writer for thestreet.com, the financial website founded by Jim Cramer.

Need Volunteers
Please help us to reach out to those sheltered at home who may not be able to join our zoom meetings.
 
The Care & Comfort Committee needs volunteers to call and chat with our not-so-technical members who are missing the fellowship and connection of our club meetings.
 
Email Christy or Linda to get more information.
Donate as You Shop
Remember Amazon Smile!
 
We are ordering online more than ever! Did you know you can donate to Raleigh Rotary just be shopping Amazon?
 
Remember to shop from Amazon Smile when ordering those necessities from home. Just going to Amazon.com won't take you to Rotary's Smile donation location.
Use & bookmark the link below.
Classic Speaker

Greg Fishel - WRAL Cheif Meteorologist

Back in July of 2016, Greg Fishel spoke to the club about climate change and making data-driven policy decisions.
 

Fishel is now a senior atmospheric scientist at Priogen Energy, an international company that provides expertise on complex energy markets with an emphasis on short-term and medium-term power trading.

Watch his talk on YouTube.
 
The Way Back Machine
 
To develop acquaintance and fellowship, the original Club had a rule that a member
be fined a dime should he address or refer to another member as “Mister”
during the meeting. These small fines went into a charity fund.

The Club sold $18,633.83 worth of Liberty Bonds. It furnished a dozen cars and,
through Associated Charities, distributed baskets of provisions and clothing to
the needy families of the city. The Club also furnished seeds for backyard gardens to
100 families of the community and provided the Boy Scouts a ten-day
vacation at Lakeview.
original raleigh rotary board
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