Casey Cook interviewed newest member Anne Langguth in this months "What Jazzes You Up"?  Anne went into medicine to help people and build relationships.  She attended Harvard and The University of Iowa for medical school.  She is an pediatric ophthalmologist. She was Miss Iowa in 2009.
She is married and has a 19 month old and her husband has 2 children one in college and one is high school.  She had the opportunity to got to China with the World Food Prize.  She is very plays the violin and sees Doris Preucil as one of her many mentors.  She wants to make a difference and is excited to be a member of The Rotary Club of Iowa City AM. 
President Amy Called the meeting to order at 7:05 am.  Casey Cook shared his "Gratitude and Joy"  Casey is happy to be alive.  There are survivors and victims.  Casey considers that he is a survivor. He said that we have spiritual relationships, friends, money, community.  We all have the Gift of Uncertainty.  We are in our Golden Years.  He said that if he had a 5 card draw. He has 4 aces.
President Amy was had the privilege of inducting Anne Langguth as a new member.  She is the daughter of Brad Langguth. In 1987 Anne went to International Convention in  Calgary.  She is employed at Wolf Eye Clinic. She lives the 4way test.
Greg Probst, Rotary Youth Exchange Chair, District 6000 announced that all Rotary Clubs must have a Youth Protection Policy.  This policy has been mandated by Rotary International.
DG Steve Dakin said that the Rotary District conference earned $25,000 for Polio Plus. He and Lesley are the proud owner of the beautiful quilt made by Deb Ockenfels.  DG Steve mentioned that we need 22 Rotarian's for RYLA and we only have 7. Please sign up.
Peggy Doerge said that she would be giving a program on Braver Angels to the Rotary Club of West Liberty Tuesday May 4, at 6:00 pm.
The meeting adjourned at 8:00 a.m.