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President Shawn’s Rotary Roundabout Episode 16 October 29, 2018

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Hello Fellow Rotarians and Friends!

Here’s this week’s podcast for Week 18 of the Rotary Year.

Where did October go?  In this episode, we highlight End Polio Now support efforts as well as some upcoming District 6000 and RCDM activities.

Let me know what you think about how I might improve this effort or what topics and subjects you’d like me to cover.

Thanks for listening!

intro and outro music:  KANSAS:  Questions of my Childhood; LEFTOVERTURE, Kirschner Records, 1976 (c)

President Shawn’s Rotary Roundabout Episode 15 October 22, 2018

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Hello Fellow Rotarians and Friends!

Here’s this week’s podcast for Week 17 of the Rotary Year.

Wow!  Club 27 knocked it out of the park with their support of Operation Warm this year.  Take a listen to learn how much we raised along with updates on other Rotary activities that are taking place both locally and nationally.

Let me know what you think about how I might improve this effort or what topics and subjects you’d like me to cover.

Thanks for listening!

 

intro and outro music:  KANSAS:  Questions of my Childhood; LEFTOVERTURE, Kirschner Records, 1976 (c)

President Shawn’s Rotary Roundabout Episode 14 October 15, 2018

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Hello Fellow Rotarians and Friends!

Here’s this week’s podcast for Week 16 of the Rotary Year.

With many different activities at both the club and district level, this week’s podcast highlights all of the exciting activities going on.  Take a few minutes to listen and get caught up on all of the wonderful opportunities to engage with Rotary!

Let me know what you think about how I might improve this effort or what topics and subjects you’d like me to cover.

Thanks for listening!

 

intro and outro music:  KANSAS:  Questions of my Childhood; LEFTOVERTURE, Kirschner Records, 1976 (c)

President Shawn’s Rotary Roundabout Episode 13 October 8, 2018

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Hello Fellow Rotarians and Friends!

Here’s this week’s podcast for Week 15 of the Rotary Year.

We’re highlighting the solicitation of proposals for our annual Community Grants by Oct. 22.  This year because of the generosity of our members to the Double Our Impact campaign, we’re looking to awarding up to $40, 000.   Several other

Let me know what you think about how I might improve this effort or what topics and subjects you’d like me to cover.

Thanks for listening!

 

intro and outro music:  KANSAS:  Questions of my Childhood; LEFTOVERTURE, Kirschner Records, 1976 (c)

President Shawn’s Rotary Roundabout Episode 12 October 1, 2018

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Hello Fellow Rotarians and Friends!

Here’s this week’s podcast for Week 14 of the Rotary Year.

We’re highlighting several upcoming Rotary events in our area including the District 6000 Annual Rotary Foundation Dinner, the Rotary Leadership Institute, a special offer to attend an upcoming NBA pre-season game and information about District 6000’s annual trip to Xicotepec, Mexico.

Let me know what you think about how I might improve this effort or what topics and subjects you’d like me to cover.

Thanks for listening!

 

intro and outro music:  KANSAS:  Questions of my Childhood; LEFTOVERTURE, Kirschner Records, 1976 (c)

President Shawn’s Rotary Roundabout Episode 11 September 24, 2018

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Hello Fellow Rotarians and Friends!

Here’s this week’s podcast for Week 13 of the Rotary Year.

This episode highlights the work of our Rotary Youth Exchange Committee and two of the major Rotary International programs focused on youth leadership and development in the Interact and Rotaract clubs.

Let me know what you think about how I might improve this effort or what topics and subjects you’d like me to cover.

Thanks for listening!

 

intro and outro music:  KANSAS:  Questions of my Childhood; LEFTOVERTURE, Kirschner Records, 1976 (c)

President Shawn’s Rotary Roundabout Episode 10 September 17, 2018

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Hello Fellow Rotarians and Friends!

Here’s this week’s podcast for Week 12 of the Rotary Year.

This episode highlights our newest members and some highlights on our New Member Orientation presentation as well a our effort to implement our Club’s new Positioning Statement.

Let me know what you think about how I might improve this effort or what topics and subjects you’d like me to cover.

Thanks for listening!

 

intro and outro music:  KANSAS:  Questions of my Childhood; LEFTOVERTURE, Kirschner Records, 1976 (c)

President Shawn’s Rotary Roundabout Episode 9 September 11, 2018

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Hello Fellow Rotarians and Friends!

Here’s this week’s podcast for Week 11of the Rotary Year.

This episode highlights the the involvement of our District Governor, Tom Narak and his wife, Carol, with the Xicotepec, (pronounced e-co-tah-peck) Mexico project for District 6000.

Let me know what you think about how I might improve this effort or what topics and subjects you’d like me to cover.

Thanks for listening!

intro and outro music:  KANSAS:  Questions of my Childhood; LEFTOVERTURE, Kirschner Records, 1976 (c)

President Shawn’s Rotary Roundabout Episode 8 September 3, 2018

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Hello Fellow Rotarians and Friends!

Here’s this week’s podcast for Week 10 of the Rotary Year.

This episode highlights the leadership of our District 6000 including District Governor, Tom Narak and other leaders.  We also highlight members of our own Club 27 who’ve served as district governor including Carl Weeks of Salisbury House fame.

Let me know what you think about how I might improve this effort or what topics and subjects you’d like me to cover.

Thanks for listening!

intro and outro music:  KANSAS:  Questions of my Childhood; LEFTOVERTURE, Kirschner Records, 1976 (c)

NFPA 770 First Draft Meeting Underway In Milwaukee August 29, 2018

Posted by shawnpci in Fire Protection, Fire Systems, FSSA, Good Stuff to Share, NICET, Uncategorized.
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NFPA’s technical committee on Hybrid (Water and Inert Gas) Fire Extinguishing
Systems is meeting  in Milwaukee, Wisconsin now through Thursday, August 30th.

The committee is following NFPA’s Standards Development Process.   Milestones that mark the committee’s progress after the conclusion of this first draft meeting are:

First Draft Report Posting Date: February 27, 2019

Second Draft
Public Comment Closing Date:  May 8, 2019

Second Draft Report Posting Date: January 22, 2020

Motions Committee Report (NITMAM)
NITMAM Closing Date: February 19, 2020

NITMAM Posting Date: April 1, 2020

Should no NITMAM’s be posted, this new standard could be released in the Spring of 2020.  If NITMAM’s are posted, then the release date would be after the NFPA Annual meeting in June of 2020.

 

To learn more about the committee and its progress click here.