Meeting Information Location:
H. Bernard Wehrle, Sr. Scout Leadership Service Center and Scout Shop
2829 Kanawha Blvd E
Charleston, WV 25311
- July 8: Off-site Meeting – Boyscout -Buckskin Council Building – 2829 Kanawha Blvd East (near Daniel Boone Park)
J. “Dan” McCarthy
Dan McCarthy completed a 38 year career in the United States Navy in 2007, retiring from military service as a Vice Admiral. His final active duty assignment was as Deputy Chief of Naval Operations, Fleet Readiness and Logistics in the Pentagon.
Dan holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering from Oakland University and is both a distinguished graduate and distinguished alumni of the Naval Post graduate School, where he earned a Master of Science degree in Management.He also holds a Presidential Honorary Doctorate from West Virginia University.
Following his retirement from military service, Dan established Silver Eagle Consulting through which he provided logistics support to major defense contractors and acted as a Visiting Executive Lecturer at the graduate business schools of the University of Virginia, University of North Carolina and the Naval Postgraduate Schools.
A life long Scouter leader, Dan has spent over 60 years in Scouting and has served at the local, regional, national and international levels. Dan’s Scouting roles include President, National Capital Area Council in Washington DC; National Boy Scout Training Chairmen; and as the first Director of the Summit Bechtel Reserve where the World Scout Jamboree is being held. Dan has served on 12 National Scout Jamboree staffs and three World Scout Jamboree staffs. Currently he serves as a member of the BSA’s Central Region Executive Board, as Vice Chairman of the National Order of the Arrow Committee and as Council Commissioner for his local Boy Scout Council. Dan has been awarded the Silver Beaver, Silver Antelope and Silver Buffalo awards for exceptional service to youth as well as the Order of the Arrow’s Distinguished Service Award.
Dan first joined Rotary in 1992 as a member of the Athens, Georgia Rotary Club. Here turned to Rotary when he became the Director of the Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve in April 2012. He is currently serving as Club President of the Beckley Club for the 2020-21 program year. He is a multiple Paul Harris Fellow, a member of the Paul Harris and Polio Plus Societies, a Benefactor, and a member of the Bequest Society. He is also a graduate of the Rotary Leadership Institute.
Dan is married to an equally avid Scouter and Rotarian, Carol McCarthy, who currently serves as the Beckley Rotary Club Community Service Chair. Together they have three Eagle Scout sons, all happily married.
- July 15: Sheri Lemons, Director WVSP Forensic Lab, “DNA,” introduced by Jerry Roueche
- July 22: Josh Jarrell, “The ABCs of QOZs,” introduced by Jerry Roueche
- July 29: Rod Snyder, “Generation WV,” introduced by Justin Southern
New Proposed Member
NoneGreeter/Prayer for June
Please contact Mike Fidler at 304-546-8156 or firstname.lastname@example.org
July 8th – Willie Lively
July 15th – Jerry Roueché
July 22nd – Christen Raynes
July 29th– Diane Sole Walko
Deceased Member: None
LOCAL ROTARY CLUB MAKE-UP LOCATIONS
The Program Committee, they meet weekly at the Charleston Coliseum and Convention Center, directly after the regular scheduled meeting. Parking is free just let the parking attendant know you are with the Rotary Club of Charleston.
Putnam Rotary Club Meeting begins at 12:00 noon at the First State Bank Community Room
3754 Teays Valley Road
Hurricane, WV 25526
WEDNESDAY Vandalia Club meets at Edgewood Country Club. Wednesday’s from 7:30-8:30 – last Wednesday of month is a social or service project.
Meeting begins 12:00 noon St. Albans Rotary Club at Their new meeting location is the BB&T Building (second floor) on 6th Avenue in St. Albans, WV 25177. For more information call Walter Hall (304) 757-5477, (304) 552-6547 Other Ways to Make-up a Meeting:1. The board unanimously approved another avenue to get additional credit for attendance. In addition to attending a committee meeting, doing an online make-up, or visiting another Rotary Club you can now get one meeting credit for every new member prospect/guest you bring to a regular Monday meeting. The credit will apply during the same quarter in which you bring the potential member/guest. This is a great way to both make up attendance and recruit new members into our club. Contact Paul White with questions.
2. To do a make-up meeting on-line, click the link below: Rotary Club Online make-up location: http://www.rotaryeclubone.org/The on-line system is set up to provide a written confirmation of the make-up to the person who actually did the make-up. The Member is then responsible for providing the confirmation to their Rotary Club Administrator. Please forward a copy of your confirmation letter to me email@example.com to receive proper credit, also check the weekly newsletter to see if I have listed your make up and name, if not this indicates that I did not receive your make-up notice.
Attendance Monday, July 1, 2019
No Meeting Held
MEMBERS ATTENDING OTHER CLUB:
Online Make-up: None