The Brady Rotary Club met Tuesday, Sept. 30 at 12 noon at the Caf’ on the Square. Student Rotarian Stacy Currie was present for her second visit. She informed the members of her intention to attend either Angelo State or Tarleton University in the fall of 2004 and major in business administration with an additional teaching certificate in business. Stacy’s parents, Jackie and Gilbert Currie, were guests of Caroline Parks. Jason Boydstun was a guest of Blake O’ Dell, and Keelan Johnson was a guest of Charlie Humphreys. Members were reminded to bring canned goods to each meeting in October to be donated to McCulloch County Helping Hands. Brady High Shcool Principal, Liesa Land, was inducted as the newest member of the Brady Rotary Club. Mrs. Land and her husband, David, have two children, Michael and Kayla. Mrs. Land graduated from Rochelle High School, received her bachelor of science degree from Angelo State University and her master of education degree from Tarleton State University. Since 1984, she has served as a teacher, assistant principal and now principal at Brady High School. Program chair Caroline Parks introduced Extension Agent Jane Holubec who presented a program on food safety. She reported that the United States has the world’s safest food supply because of regulations that cover all aspects of food safety. She also stated that the McCulloch County Extension office offers multiple training programs such as diabetes self- management, food protection management, child care and parenting education’all of which include some aspects of food preparation and safety. The $2 bill was won by Steve DeFiore for remembering that Mrs. Holubec had stated that four local restaurateurs need to take the food protection management certification course offered through the McCulloch County Extension Office. Program chair for the Oct. 7 meeting is Cynthia Quinn.