Lunch menu was pork bolus or deep-fried cod accompanied by Mashed potatoes and salad bar. Carly Robbins gave the invocation. It was noted that J. Warren Hockaday was still undergoing treatment for his illness.  Keith Crossley is recovering from a stroke and is resting at home. Klark Swan reminded us of Foundation dinner North happening October 21st.  Raffle tickets are available-$20 each or six for 100 dollars.
 
New Rotarian Nick Wilczek was introduced.  He is the new director of the Humboldt County Library. He wasn’t given a Red Badge. “he’ll just have to make his own” said President Brad Mettam.
 
Our presenter was William Wade, exchange student newly returned from a year in Belgium. He said “I left Belgium but Belgium will never leave me” His first host family were Muslims from Morocco. The country needed coal miners, so they asked the Moroccans to emigrate.  His favorite foods in country were couscous, Belgian fries, waffles, and chocolate. He visited every part of the country using cheap bus and train tickets. He attended local schools but found it difficult to understand the teachers because he spoke little French.  He had 12 different classes which rotated throughout the week.  He travelled to Paris, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands. Now he’s back and needs a full-time job so contact him if you know of one.

Meeting adjourned early.