Rotary Spokes

The Brady Rotary Club met Tuesday noon at the Cafe at the Depot. Student Rotarian, Zane Brandenberger, was present for his second visit. Zane is the son of Billy and Donna Brandenberger. They attend the Sunset Ridge Church of Christ. Zane has been involved in National Honor Society, 4-H, Future Farmers of America, band, football, baseball, track, American Simmental Association, editor of the annual staff. He has held the offices of vice-president of 4-H, treasurer of 4-H, secretary of 4-H, vice-president of FFA, treasurer of FFA. Zane’s awards include The Terry Whitworth Award, high point boy, 2nd place 4-H state livestock judging, 7th place Texas team at national livestock judging at the National Western in Denver, Colorado, Texas national team of the Simmental Association, 3rd Individual in livestock judging at the last national contest, 1st team catcher, newcomer of the year award, 2nd team linebacker, Who’s Who Among American High School Students and captain of the 2000 football team. Zane plans to attend the A&M University, and is undecided on his major. Mike Seidenberger was a guest. President Jim reminded members that we will have brown bag lunch next week, Oct. 31. Also, we will put up flags on Nov. 11, Veteran’s Day. Program Chairman, Lynn Munden, introduced Barbara Moorman, President of the Board for Family Shelter. This program provides help for family abuse victims. She cited the need for sheets, bedspreads, curtains and money. Mrs. Munden reported that the Interact club raised over $1200 for Cystic Fibrosis. The $2 bill was won by Jim Ricks for knowing that the Yankees and Mets have a combined total of 27 World Series Pennants. Program Chairman for Oct. 31 is Caroline Parks.

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