Karin Franklin, Program Coordinator for February, introduced Brianna Hoffman from the Rotary Club of Iowa City Downtown.   She discussed Solar Panels for non-profit.  There first project for DVIP, 2021-2022.  They put on 128 panels.  The benefits are reducing the carbon footprint and monies saved on utilities.  The current project is The Free Medical Clinic.  This morning the Rotary Club of Iowa City AM presented the Rotary Club of Iowa Downtown with a $6500.00 check for the Free Medical and Dental Clinc.  The cost of the project has increased.   There was a $20,000 increase due to an electrical problem. The club has been given an extension to complete the project into 2024.  The Downtown club did a District Grant for $10,000, There was an amanous donation of $5000, and Kim Schilling donated $4,000.  This project will reduce the carbon footprint and save the clinic several thousand dollars per year. 
President Jenny called the meeting to order at 7:10 am.  Alta Meda said that the Super Bowl soup would be at the Hyatt.  Open Heartland Bingo will be Monday Evening. 
The club will be purchasing a Shelter Box.  We are asking members to contribute money to purchase more Shelter Boxes.  John and Deb Ockenfels and HD and Myrene Hoover will each be purchasing a Shelter Box.  By the end of the meeting, it looked like we will be purchasing at least six Shelter Boxes.
District Grant Seminar, Saturday February 28, West Liberty Community Center. 
Next week our meeting will be discussing possibilities for a District Grant for the 2023-2024 year. 
We will pre-meeting labeling dictionaries for delivery to various schools. 
Chris Knapp said that we had $110,297 at the Johnson Community Foundation.  The portion that we receive is $5,425. 
John Ockenfels said the Flight to End Polio is scheduled to leave May 5, 2023.
He encouraged to make a check to The Rotary Foundation and on the memo, line put Flight to End Polio.
Meeting adjourned at 8:00 am.