Karin Franklin, Program Director introduce Dr. Bob Littlehale who is a retired anesthesiologist.  He moved from Iowa City from Utah four years ago.  He married Laura Young, artist, in December 2021.  He is originally from Ohio, has a resume rich in geographical diversity from Harvard and Mass. General Hospital in Boston to the Four Corners of New Mexico.  He also served as an anesthesiologist in U.S. Amry Hospitals, including in Vietnan where he received the Bronze Star.  He is a Diplomate of the National Board of Medical Examiners and a Diplomate of the American Board of anesthesiology.  The free lunch program began in 1982 a 501c3.  It originally was held in the Wesley House.  It is now housed in the 1105 Project on Gilbert St.  There are 35 groups, 900 volunteers serving over 28,000 meals in a year.  The meals are served with carbs, protein, vegetarian, fruits and vegetables.   There are two coordinators for the facility.  They are trained in the area of Conflict Resolution. The Free Lunch program accepts cash donations and most of the food that is served is donated. The program serves about 100 people per day.  The volunteers are from religious organizations, U Way, City of Iowa City, Community Foundation.  In the winter, they welcome hats, gloves, socks, and blankets.  Lunch is served Monday thru Saturday and Holidays.  No service on Sunday.  
President Liz called the meeting to order at 7:05 am.  Brian Adamec, Sergeant at Arms for the day said there was a Rotarian in the News, Ann Langguth who was award the 2021 Her Women of Achievement award.  Anne is the first board-certified pediatric ophthalmologist to serve in the C. R. and surrounding Area. 
President Liz gave the Rotary Moment:  Board Approves Opportunity Fund Team Recommendations:  The Board approved approximately $45,000 reserves funds not needed as a
n operational cushion the following allocations were at the Board meeting of May 19 meeting (some of the funds which will be expended in 2021-22and in subsequent years.  1.  Technology up to $5,000, Preschool Literacy Project $5,000, Iowa Children's Museum $5,000, District 6000 Disaster Relief for Ukraine Refugee Relief-$2500 matching funds, Braver Angels Document $2,000.  This represents $19,500 of the $45,000. 
The Downtown Club is looking for volunteers for Art Fest in the Beer Garden June 4, 2022.  The West Branch Gala is also that night.  Jennifer Skarda announced the Year Ender/Gavel Passing, signup sheets, held June 16,2022 6:00 pm Ann Romanowski.  Deb Ockenfels is working on sign sheets for explanation of the cans and bottles to place on the cardboard boxes. 
Meeting adjourned at 8:00 am.