The Brady Rotary Club met Tuesday, Sept. 25 at noon at the Heart of Texas Depot Restaurant. Brady High School senior Courtney Kastner was present for her first visit. She is the daughter of Vic and Sandi Kastner and has one brother, Kyle and is a member of First United Methodist Church. She is a member of Interact, FCCLA where she serves as president, treasurer of National Honor Society, Huddle Leader, Youth Alive, Student Council, Famed Brady Bulldog Band, K-Life, powerlifting (state qualifier), track (regional qualifier in pole vault), cheerleader where she serves as captain, 4-H, PALs and UIL. She is vice-president of the senior class and a delegate to the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership seminar. She is currently first runner-up for the 2007 Miss Heart of Texas, on the 2007 Homecoming Court, class high point girl and recipient of the Terry Whitworth Award. Upon graduation, she plans to attend Texas Tech University to pursue a degree in chemical engineering, after which she plans to work for a major company and impact the world in an unforgettable way. Guests were Kim King and Eddie Sayles. A discussion was held concerning our current fundraiser. We are selling Brady Bulldog banners for $45 each, which will help with our scholarship fund. Jack Whitworth announced that this would be his last meeting as a Brady Rotarian. Program chairman Susan Delk introduced Tammy West and Tonya Weatherman who discussed the Health Fair that is being sponsored by the Heart of Texas Memorial Hospital and Brady West Nursing Home. The fair will be Thursday, Oct. 18 at the Ed Davenport Civic Center from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. There are already 22 confirmed vendors. West and Weatherman also discussed the Halloween Safe House for the youth of our community to be held Halloween night, Wednesday, Oct. 31. Anyone interested in volunteering or having a booth should contact West or Weatherman. The $2 bill was won by Clay Jones for knowing the number of Brady High School football players. Oct. 9 is the date for the club assembly. Program chairman for the Oct. 16 meeting will be Susan Horton.