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Film Dayton: The Greater Dayton Region Film Commission
FILMDAYTON is a non-profit, volunteer-driven organization dedicated to building the Dayton region’s film community. They bring together local filmmakers, students and fans at monthly “Film Connections” meetings. They promote and support film events in the Miami Valley and are building an infrastructure to encourage new filmmaking in the Dayton area. Learn what the commission does, how it benefits our region economically and how you could become an extra in an upcoming film project.
McCulloch of Ohio: For the Republic
This book tells a story of civic valor. That is, the willingness to place nation ahead of self and justice ahead of expediency. As readers will learn, its title character, longtime Ohio Congressman William M. McCulloch played a pivotal role in the passage of the major civil rights legislation of the 1960’s.
The larger story is not what he did, but why, and how. William McCulloch fought for justice and equality because it was in his nature to do so. The purpose of the fight, he said, was not to achieve victory but to create the reconciliation that civil society requires.
One tradition that will remain unchanged this year is a $50 unrestricted donation to the DAYTON ROTARY FOUNDATION. In addition to supporting the foundation this will be a FUN meeting, celebrating the holidays, participate in holiday trivia during the pre-meeting chat rooms, compete with fellow Rotarians and show off your ugly holiday attire, and best holiday zoom background. There will be winners for each of these contests.
We will also be sharing special holiday traditions, networking with friends, and drawing down the Queen of Hearts 50-50 drawing (Pot stands at $3,800 with 23 cards left). YOU MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN THE QUEEN OF HEARTS.
Holiday Music and Annual Club Elections
Program: Jim McCutcheon, McCutcheon Music, and host of The Intimate Guitar
Join us for Holiday Music from Jim McCutcheon prior to our 12 Noon start time. We will then have our business portion of our meeting including our elections of Officers, Directors and Foundation Trustees. Jim will then share some additional music later in the program and we will end the day in chat rooms.
Behind the scenes at the Eichelberger Center for Community Voices at WYSO
The Eichelberger Center for Community Voices is a place where stories are created, skills are traded and voices are heard. The center was born at Greater Dayton’s NPR-affiliate public radio station WYSO and has seen significant growth in the last year, starting with the appointment of former general manager Neenah Ellis as the center’s first executive director. Ellis, joined by fellow Rotarians Luke Dennis and Heather Martin, will catch you up on what’s happening out in Yellow Springs.
Changing Times “What’s on Your Mind about Rotary After this Pandemic
As we prepare for the new year, among the challenges we face is what the Dayton Rotary club meetings will look like. While there may be many factors beyond our control, we will devote a good portion of next Monday’s meeting to getting YOUR input.
Rotarians will break out into chat rooms, each with a facilitator and a recorder, and participate in what we hope will be a robust and substantive dialogue. Please plan to join us next Monday for this very important meeting.