First of Many Things To Come
This is the first bulletin we have seen in a while and my first attempt at one.  This bulletin is just one part of of an ongoing effect to bring the Rotary Club of Alice up to date on our website and social media platforms.  So be on the lookout for the upcoming changes.
In making this changes I/we look to the club to assist in any way possible.  In this we are asking for content. Be it photos, articles, quick one liners (except from Bruce) or just your thoughts on what we can or are doing.
We have a meeting scheduled for this week and Bruce was able to line up an employee of Alice Pediatrics to give us more information in regards to COVID-19.
This weeks meeting will be accomplished using the Zoom app.  The app can be utilized on either a computer/laptop or using a smart device like your phone or tablet.
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We had success, last week, utilizing the app to complete a much needed board meeting. I look forward to seeing and or hearing from you all tomorrow.
Be on the look out for an email containing additional information on the meeting from our Acting Club President.  We should see it before the meeting is to begin and it should contain a link to join the meeting. 
President-Elect Bruce Hoffman and Rotary District 5930 Secretary Dee Dee Cantu Arismendez attending the 2020 Lone Star PETS.  They are pictured above with Rotary International President 2020-2021 Holger Knaack.
2019-2020 Rotary 5930 District Governor-Elect &  President-Elect Bruce Hoffman at the 2020 Lone Star PETS.
Apr 15, 2020 12:00 PM
COVID-19 and Our Neck of The Woods
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April 4
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April 19
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April 5
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Tessa Carrillo
April 29, 2015
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