Celebrating Boy Scouts and Troop 52
Circleville Noon Rotary presents $2,000 to Imagination Library
Judy Wolford making us all think about history
Karlyn Neff introduced Samantha Yates as our speaker. President Spangler also pictured.


Marie Nemes-Crawford, Editor

Feb. 22nd: Tim Chelkowsky – Safari so good!


  • Presiding:  President Warren Spangler
  • Prayer: Roger Wolfe
  • Piano: Esther Fouts
  • Song Leader: Eric Liggett selected – “Tell Me Why”, “Viva La Rotary”
  • Attending: (Drexel has official list)  43 today – Spangler, Poling, Crawford, Nemes-Crawford, C.Chamberlain, Justinger, Droste, Mavis, Robinson, Dailey, Young, I.Webb, D.Webb, K.Neff, Fountain, Dean, Lambert, McNemar, Liddy, Wilson, Montgomery, Wolford, Horning, Schreiner, Knotts, Canfield, Riegel, R.Wolfe, D.Wolfe, McCrady, Ankrom, B.Tootle, Duvall, Marosher, Foll, Fouts, T.Chamberlain, Lanman, E.Liggettt, C.Neff, T.Tootle, White, Hooks
  • Guests: Esther Fouts is in the house; Joe McNemar – Rob Fanska from Troop 52
  • Students:  Logan Elm couldn’t make it today


  • Euchre – 55 tickets sold – $2,100 taken in – $300 more than last year
  • Check presentation for Dolly Parton Imagination Library – $2,000, (which includes a matching District Grant). Over 2,000 children enrolled in Pickaway County.
  • Rural Urban Day – Feb. 29th. Speaker from division of wildlife – with critters! Presbyterian Church – 11:30am start time. SIGN-UP today!
  • March 23rd – 4-way Speech contest 10am – Circleville Library. Speeches start at 11am. Please see Tony Robinson to help. March 3rd is registration deadline
  • Board Meeting February 20th; 11:30am
  • Joe McNemar, 2024 is the Boy Scouts 114th year. Rob Fanska, Scout Master for Troop 52 presented the club with a certificate of appreciation as the troop celebrates 59 continuous years.
  • Community Cupboard:  Island Road Community Service building (Ellery’s office south lot) Please contribute Non-Perishable Food and Toiletries in NON-GLASS containers. Stop on your way back from the grocery and help your neighbors in need. 

SAA: Judy Wolford had a lot of funds rolling in

  • If you don’t have your badge on
  • Monday is President’s Day
    • Which US President has the most US communities named after them – Jefferson
    • Who was the first US President to be born a US citizen – Van Buren
    • Who was the first President to talk on the telephone – Garfield (and talked to Alexander Bell)
    • One of our presidents was a tailor – Johnson
    • 3 presidents died on July 4th. Who was born on the 4th – Coolidge

Scholarship Drawing:  Gerhard was the winner of $25! The jackpot is $569 and it will continue to grow!

 Program: Samantha Yates, PharmD

  • 7,000-9,000 people die in the US a year because of medication error
  • $40 billion spent each year related to looking after patients with medication associated errors
  • Becoming a pharmacist – 6-8 year of schooling total after high school
  • Pharmacist role – medication expert, team based treatment approach, education patient and doctors
  • Community pharmacists can…
  • Fill prescriptions, vaccines, counseling, medication therapy mgmt (sit down with pharmacist to review dosages and times of day taking meds), disease mgmt (review patients condition and all pills taking), compounding, special ordering, medical/equipment supplies
  • Create pill packs so all your pills are organized for you
  • Non-medication supplies are at your local pharmacies
  • Medicare part D assistance 
  • Most accessible health care provider – just walk on in!
  • Grapefruit interferes with the enzyme that absorbs the medication
  • New Shingles vaccine is almost 90% effective
  • How do you get rid of old meds?  210 building at Berger or Circleville Police Department


In appreciation for the speaker today, a donation will be made to the Foster Care Program of Pickaway County through Jobs and Family Services