Our Next Meeting: December 11th,
Public Art in Richmond
This week we welcome celebrated Richmond muralist, John Wehrle. John's murals combine an historical imagination with subtle wit, offering public art that rewards close attention. John will discuss the Richmond Art Center and the opportunities it creates for the many communities of Richmond.
Hope to see you there.
Last MEETING: DECEMBER 4th
The Holiday Auction
The egg nog flowed, the bids came fast (but not too furiously), and thanks to auctioneers Jim Beaver and Joe Bagley, and scores of generous Rotarians and their guests, the Club earned nearly $14,000. Congratulations to all!
A reminder to party with your pals
The Rotary Holiday Party will be held at
HS Lordships Restaurant
Saturday, Dec. 19th
With music by Michael Gill's versatile band, With-A-Twist, we've
dialed up the class factor by a couple notches this year. Your
partner will be impressed. Buy your tickets now. Mail a check
to David Brown, or bring it to Friday's meeting.
The three wise men came to visit the newborn King in the manger at Bethlehem. After they had presented Him with gifts, they proceeded to leave. The third one in line, being quite tall, hit his head painfully on a low beam at the entrance to the manger and yelled out: "Jesus Christ!"
Mary turned to Joseph and said: "You know, I like that better than Irving."
Werner's last word
Werner called the webmaster last week with a last minute appeal: This joke must appear in the next Flywheel. It won't keep:
Q: How did Mrs. Woods settle with her huband?
A: He had to change his name from Tiger to Cheetah.