Posted by John Armbrust on Jun 26, 2019
Rotary Club Update  June 27, 2019
  • Last week Dr. Phil Vardiman, K-State Associate Professor of Athletic Training, discussed this position as an athletic trainer and spotter for the NFL, Big 12 and the Pan Am games.
  • This week our program will be Dennis Butler, RCPD Director.  So, come clean!
  • After Director Butler speaks, the transition to Mike Dodson as our club president will take place.  You honored me by allowing me to serve as your president.  As I’ve said many times before, this is a fantastic club due to all of you and your dedication to the Rotary mission and six areas of focus.  Thanks again, I look forward to continuing to serve our club as the immediate past president.
  • Barry Rassin, RI President (2018-1019), in his farewell message stated that the trustees approved including environmental sustainability into each of the six areas of Rotary focus.
  • Each of you should have received an email about the formation of a District Human Trafficking Committee.  The committee will meet either bi-monthly or quarterly with the first meeting taking place in July in Topeka.  If you are interested in being involved with this committee you should contact Patti Mellard at
  • We had an excellent turnout on Monday for Rotary on Tap at Little Apple Brewing.  A big thanks to Larry Erpelding for setting up the social.
  • Please don’t forget to put on your calendar our Rotary on Tap on July 25th at Liquid Art.
  • Upcoming Dates of Interest
  • June 27:  Transition of Club president from John Armbrust to Mike Dodson
  • July 25: Rotary on Tap (Liquid Art)