Eden Walson, Cannon Falls Rotary exchange student from France, presented her sponsoring club's banner to President Bob Shepard. Bob commented that this is one of the prettiest banners that our club has received.
This morning's speaker was Joyce Moorhouse, who with her husband Al, started and continue to operate ASM cookie cutters. This couple, both over the age of 80, operate a business by themselves that produces between 13,000 and 14,000 cookie cutters each year. http://www1.cbn.com/700club/christmas-cookie-tradition
We had such a wonderful time at the Rotary Heritage Banquet Saturday night. Folks really enjoyed the Speakeasy theme and we celebrated many of the past and current leaders of our Club. And recognized three of our major projects; International Student Exchange, Packing for the Weekend and Service Above Self home improvement project.
Am I Blue, if we will be missing you at the Cannon Falls Rotary Club Heritage banquet Saturday, Nov. 4 at Cannon River Winery 6:00 pm. Still taking reservations. Come and enjoy friends, great food, and fun festivities from the Speakeasy era. Email email@example.com www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJ5q1z9xB0g