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Volume 95 | Issue 5
Official Bulletin of the Rotary Club of Steubenville, No. 39
Welcome to another issue of our monthly bulletin! Find out who our upcoming speakers are, what we covered during the last month's meetings, and learn more about our the Rotary Club of Steubenville and Rotary International!
President's Message
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Why We Joined Rotary? 
The TOP 10

1. Friendship / Fellowship / Community: In an increasingly complex world, Rotary provides one of the most basic human needs: the need for friendship and fellowship. It is one of two reasons why Rotary began in 1905.
2. Business Development: The second original reason for Rotary's beginning is business development. Everyone needs to network. Rotary consists of a cross-section of every business community. Its members come from all walks of life. Rotarians help each other and collectively help others.
3. Personal Growth and Development: Membership in Rotary ensures continuing growth and education in human relations and personal development.
4. Leadership Development: Rotary is an organization of leaders and successful people.  Serving in Rotary positions is like a college education. Leadership is all about learning how to motivate, influence and lead leaders.
5. Citizenship in the Community: Membership in a Rotary club helps develop better community citizens. The average Rotary club consists of the most active citizens of any community.
6. Continuing Education: Each week at Rotary, there is a program designed to keep members informed about what is going on in the community, nation and world. Each meeting provides an opportunity to listen to different speakers on a variety of timely topics.
7. Fun: Rotary is a fun and exciting place to be.
8. Prestige: Rotary members are prominent people: leaders of business, the professions, art, government, sports, military, religion, and all disciplines. Rotary is the oldest and most prestigious service club in the world. Its ranks include executives, managers, and professionals - people who make decisions and influence policy.
9. Citizenship in the World: Every Rotarian wears a pin that says "Rotary International."  There are few places on the globe that do not have a Rotary club. Every Rotarian is welcome - even encouraged - to attend any of the 30,000 clubs in 194 nations and geographical regions. This encourages new friendships in both local and world communities.
10. Development of Social Skills: Every week and at various events and functions, Rotary develops one's personality, social skills and people skills. Rotary is for people who like people.
Oct. 24 is World Polio Day
Originally published in the Herald Star. 
World Polio Day was established by Rotary International over a decade ago to commemorate the birth of Jonas Salk, who led the first team to develop a vaccine against poliomyelitis. Use of this inactivated poliovirus vaccine and subsequent widespread use of the oral poliovirus, developed by Albert Sabin, led to the establishment of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative in 1988. As of 2013, GPEI had reduced polio worldwide by 99 percent.
Upcoming Events
Membership Meeting
Pugliese Training Center
Nov 06, 2018 12:00 PM
Board Meeting
Nov 09, 2018
Rotarian Birthday Observance
Nov 16, 2018
Eat, Drink, and Be Merry Holiday Party
Center of Music and Arts
Nov 17, 2018
Note from the Editor: 
I'm sorry you have not received The Contact for the last several months! It seems as though I am not as tech savvy as I previously believed. Thank you for your patience! Below you can access our newsletter archives. These links are also available on our website, should you need them in the future. 
The Contact Archives
October 2018
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July 2018
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May 2018
April 2018
March 2018
February 2018
January 2018
2017 Archive
2016 Archive
2015 Archive
2014 Archive
2013 Archive
Upcoming Speakers
Nov 02, 2018
Paying it Forward
Nov 09, 2018
Don't Write the Obituary Yet
Nov 16, 2018
Early Intervention at JC Board of DD
Nov 30, 2018
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Oct. 5th - Dan Keenan reintroduced Rich Delatore to share his story of 50 years with the Schiappa family. Rich amused members with stories of horse racing, coal mining, timber and more.

Oct. 12th - Jim Baber and Dr. Jimmie Bruce shared updates happening at Eastern Gateway Community College, including the new Gator Center.

Oct. 19th - Alan Hall brought his new boss, Mike Gray, to share ways the history of Steubenville is kept alive by the library system.

Oct. 26th - Mike Florak introduced, 
Voice of the Pittsburgh Pirates, Greg Brown. Click here for a full article by the Herald Star.
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Martin C Hauser
October 7
Joseph C. Glaub
October 8
Pete Chalfant
October 8
Scott Lane
October 10
Erika Lyon
October 29
John Mascio
October 31
Join Date
Ross Gallabrese
October 1, 2001
17 years
Alan Hall
October 2, 1998
20 years
James Emmerling
October 14, 2011
7 years
Ashley Steele
October 21, 2013
5 years
Peter Rosaschi
October 28, 2016
2 years
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