Chris Knapp, Program Coordinator for October introduced Dr. Thomas Schwartz, Director of the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and Museum; one of 13 museums and 15 libraries operated by the National Archives and Records Administration.  He will speak on the past, present, and future of the Hoover Library and museum.  Dr. Schwartz came to Iowa in 2011 after working 26 years in Illinois and working on the Lincoln Presidential Library.  He said it is important to have Education through Entertainment. "The mind is not a vessel to be filled but a fire to be kindled. He did a timeline of Herbert Hoovers life. At the age of 40 Hoover was a self-made millionaire.  Hoover fed over a million people.  His concern was about the quality of the meal and how many people he was able to feed. Dr. Schwartz that Storytelling is the most powerful way.
President Jenny called the meeting to order at 7:05 am.  Jim Petersen gave his testimonial on the 4-way test.   He said that before you post on social medial, you should follow the 4-way test.  She said that the PM club has added DEI as their 5test to the 4-way test.   President Jenny wore a bat hat as October is National Bat Month.   It is also breast cancer and domestic violence month.  Can sorting was Monday.  We had 11 people, 46 bags, $467.00.  The PM Club is hosting Tailgate and Tacos October 8, 3:30-5:30 at Greg Probst house, 531 Woodridge Ave.  October 13 is the All-Club Luncheon at Big Grove at noon.   President Barbra Wilson, U of I, will be the speaker.  Cost $25.
Meeting adjourned at 8:00 am.