Front Row L-R: Neil Buchanan, Bill Jamerson, Linda Bradshaw, Linwood Mastin, Tom Davis, Bruce MacGregor, Bob Scott, Calvin Seay Back Row L-R: Wayne Zimmerman, Ron Spiker, Bob Mercurio, Larry Cechman, Danny Pemberton, Allan Thorburn (photo credit Hank Smith)
The Rapidan District Ruritan Cabinet honored the military veterans of the Chancellor Ruritan Club February 9, 2015 at the Chancellor Ruritan’s Clubhouse in Fredericksburg, VA, by presenting them with Certificates of Appreciation during a visit by the Rapidan District Governor, Linda Bradshaw. The presentation of the certificates is part of the Rapidan District’s plans to thank, appreciate, and honor all of their local club’s veterans.
A press release about the presentation was sent to local newspapers. So far the Fredericksburg Free-Lance Star has published it in their paper dated June 22, 2015:
Freelance Star about Chancellor veterans article 6-22-15
The press release was also published on the Fredericksburg dot com website:
Story on Fredericksburg dot com about veterans 6-22-15
The Chancellor Ruritan Club is holding their annual winter fruit sale. The fruit being sold are oranges, grapefruits, and tangerines. A copy of the sale flyer with all details can be seen below. The term “juice” refers to oranges that you would use for juicing. Order by February 7, 2015. Pick-up dates are February 20 and 21, 2015. Fruit can be picked up at the Chancellor Ruritan Building at 5994 Plank Road, Fredericksburg, VA.
Last night I had the opportunity to attend a meeting of the Chancellor Ruritan Club in Fredericksburg. On the agenda was a presentation by Paul Scott, which was deferred to a future date. Paul shared with me that his presentation was titled “Adjusting to Change in our Lives” and was based on the book written by Spencer Johnson, M.D titled “Who Moved My Cheese?”
Interested in learning more about the general concept of the presentation, I found this video on YouTube, and feel that the message is timely and important for all service clubs to take into consideration as they look towards the future. So I decided to share this video on the District’s website, in the hopes that other Ruritans may find value in the message as well.
If you want to share this message with your own club, and have access to a projector in your meeting location, you may want to use this slide show, below:
Clicking on this picture will take you to a nice slide show presentation about “Who moved my cheese?” found on slideshare.com
Best wishes for a successful cheese hunting expedition!