Polio Event
Our "Hill Country Families Ending Polio" event committee is working very hard to get ready for our event scheduled for Oct. 24 - World Polio Day - at the River Star Park Pavilion.
This is a family event, scheduled from 3-7 p.m. We will be offering food, drinks, music, games, a silent auction and much more. This outdoor venue will allow for social distancing and masks will be worn.
Our Co-chairs, Bob Schmerbeck and Doug Whinnery are working hard obtaining sponsors for the event and organizing committee members to make this event special.
It will be a wonderful celebration of Rotary International's 35-year effort to rid the world of the poliovirus and we will do our part by raising funds on this special day. Don't forget, every dollar that we submit to RI will be matched 2-to-1 by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Please plan to attend, sponsor or donate. To do so, please contact Bob at bob@garrettinsurance.com or Doug at dwhinnery46@gmail.com. 
In-person meetings
I will be meeting with John at the Kroc Center to begin planning for in-person meetings for our club. We will work diligently on providing a safe way to reunite the many, many club members who are wanting to resume in-person meetings.
Please note, we will not return to the Kroc Center unless we can offer a dual platform of both in-person and virtual meetings, by simultaneously Zooming to those members who do not feel comfortable in attending.
I will report back when I know more. If we can meet all of the safety requirements, we will be back at the Kroc Center in November.
Veterans Breakfast
Our club will once again host a Veterans' Breakfast event on Nov. 6 at the Hill Country Veterans Center to honor our local active military and military veterans in advance of Veterans' Day.
You are invited to join us from 8-9:30 a.m. Masks and social distancing will be required.
Super Ball
President Elect Jeff Harris has begun meeting and planning for our February 2021 Super Ball event. This one event provides all the necessary funds for our many service projects each year, so please pray for him, support him and answer the call for help when he issues it.
Because of the pandemic, he and his committee are planning for an in-person event, with contingency plans in place to provide for the fundraising our club needs in case we cannot host an in-person event. 
We will report more when details are available, but please know we will need your help!
I will see you soon!
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