Erin Probst talked about her Youth Exchange year in Chile and the Mustons from the IC Noon club video taped our club members wishing the Noon Club a happy 100th birthday.  Gregorio Sanchez said goodbye to the members of AM Rotary as he is headed back to Mexico.
Visiting Rotarians and Guests
Ray and Linda Muston--IC Noon
Jody Braverman--IC Noon and Assistant District Governor
Erin and Edna Probst--Guests of Greg Probst
Gregorio Sanchez-- Guest of Jim Peterson
President Myrene Hoover reminded members to sign up for committee posts.
Gregorio Sanchez thanked the club for the wonderful reception we gave him and the lasting impression that we have made on him and the lasting impact that Rotary has made in his life.  His letter is published as a separate story.
After our speaker we lined up to wish the IC Noon Club a happy 100th birthday and many more years of giving "Service Above Self."  Mark Patton has raffle tickets for the vehicle drawing and other prizes that will be given away during the Noon Club's big celebration.
Erin Probst returned two months ago from her year in Chile in the city of Talagente, which is close to the capital, Santiago.  She showed many pictures of the favorite places she visited (ocean front and desert locations mostly), the foods she experienced, her friends and family in Chile, and some of the Rotary experiences and volunteer opportunities she got to enjoy during her stay in Chile.  Among the highlights was the visit of the RI president.  She got to speak to him personally in English.