>Greenville Rotary Club Meeting

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The Greenville Rotary Club met Tuesday, December 7, 2010 at the Chestnut Village Community Center of the Brethren Retirement Community with 27 members and 4 guests in attendance.

Following lunch at Noon, the club enjoyed hearing the program speaker, Diane Barga from the OSU Extension office. She spoke to the club regarding the 4-H Science Alive Program and she updated the them on items purchased with the funds provided by the Greenville Rotary Club’s donation this year. She was able to purchase incubators for the Chick Quest Program. Diane also shared about other programs that they offer to schools in our county. Other programs include “Go Plants”, which is offered to 2nd and 4th graders; Nutrition & Exercise, which is offered to 3rd graders; Breads of Harvest, which is offered to 4th & 5th graders and the Wonderful World of Worms, which is offered to 3rd graders. Diane stated that these programs are completely free for the schools and are available to all teachers within the Darke County school district. You may contact her at the Darke County Extension Office if you are interested in further information.
Anyone interest in becoming a member of the Greenville Rotary Club may contact the Club Secretary, Christy Baker at 937-548-3779 or by email at cbaker@ymcadarkecounty.org; or the Club Treasurer, Diane Shuff at 937-548-6181 or by email at dshuff@myfsbdirect.com.

Pictured left to right are Diane Shuff, Club Treasurer, Diane Barga and Rhonda Williams, OSU Extension office, and Steve Short, member.

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