The Brady Rotary Club met Tuesday, April 15 at 12 noon at the Caf’ on the Square. Student Rotarians Kevin McFarland and Montie King were present for their second visit. They each told of their future plans. Kevin plans to attend the University of Texas at Arlington Electrical Engineering and attain a master’s degree in power systems engineering and then remain in the Fort Worth area. Montie plans to attend either the University of Texas at Austin or Texas Tech University. After college he plans to “start a few companies and make millions of dollars.” “I also would like to invent something and write a book,” he said. H President Jeanagayle Behrens said we are still supplying flags for the courthouse. She reminded the members of upcoming events: ‘ April 29′(fifth Tuesday) Brown bag lunch ‘ May 6’Top Ten Banquet (no noon meeting) ‘ May 17’Bike-a-thon ‘ May 31-June 1’Drag boat races. Program chairman Mike Seidenberger introduced Bert Striegler, retired executive with Conoco Oil Company. He discussed the EPA Water Safety Act. There is some concern about radium in drinking water. The amount is minimal’very minimal. The Federal Regulations of Water Systems needs to be revised. The $2 bill was won by Clair Whitesell for being the first to say that Howard Payne is 114 years old. Program chairman for April 22 is Bill Spiller.