Sophomore students from New Hope, Allison Catlos introduced us to Olivia Holbrook and Noah Hamilton
Pictured for their working relationships with the U.S. Marshal’s Service. From the left are Rotarian Trent Patterson, director of Pickaway Pathways for Success; Rotarian Gary Montgomery, retired law enforcement; Pickaway County Sheriff Matt Hafey, Rotarian Rick Rawlins, former deputy director of Ohio Homeland Security; Dan DeVille, speaker and Assistant Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal; Rob Radcliff, Pickaway County Common Pleas Court bailiff; and John Vance, Pickaway County Common Pleas court probation officer.
Speaker Dan DeVille with Rotary member Rick Rawlins

November Programs – Judy Wolford, Chair

3rd – Larry Logan, Ted Lewis Park

10th – Tim Colburn, OhioHealth Berger Hospital update

17th – Jeff Phillips, YMCA update

24th – Happy Thanksgiving – no meeting

December Programs – Heidi White, Chair

1st – Blanket Project – 39 blankets to tie for CASA

8th – District Governor, Price Finley

15th – Sounds of the Season

22nd – No Meeting – Merry Christmas

29th – No Meeting – Happy New Year

Upcoming Dates:

  • June 16, 2023 – Golf outing
  • Presiding: President David M. Crawford
  • Prayer: Dan Fouts
  • Piano Player: Ellery Elick
  • Song Leader: Rick Rawlins selected “Let There Be Peace On Earth” and “R-O-T-A-R-Y”
  • Visiting Rotarians: not today
  • Guests: Rick Rawlins introduced John Vance and Dan Fouts introduced Sheriff Hafey
  • Students: Sophomore students from New Hope, Allison Catlos introduced us to Olivia Holbrook and Noah Hamilton
  • Attending: (Drexel has official list) Crawford, Poling, Nemes-Crawford, Droste, Rawlins, Catlos, Fouts, Canfield, McNemar, Pelcic, Elick, Radcliff, D.Wolfe, Robinson, Montgomery, T.Tootle, Foster, Brown, Mavis, B.Tootle, Riegel, McCrady, R.Wolfe, Hedges, Palm, B.Liggett, Kramer, Dean, Fullen, Schreiner, Simmons, McIlroy, D.WEbb, E.Liggett, White, Ankrom, Hooks, Wolford, T.Chamberlain, Patterson, Mabe, Gerhardt
  • October Birthdays: 28th-Dick Fullen
  • October Anniversaries: 28th-Tony & Kelly Chamberlain;
  • November Birthdays: 5th-Monica Justinger; 8th-Jonathan Davis; 25th-Dick Gerhardt;
  • November Anniversaries: 25th-Ned & Faye Schreiner;


  • Tony Robinson – Dec. 17th is Wreaths Across American at Fortest Cemetery. Sign-ups for a wreath, $15 per. Checks made out to SAR Camp Charlotte.
  • Soup Kitchen thank you’s to Daryl Wolfe, Rob & Dodie Radcliff, Bob Sneed, David & Marie Crawford. 60 meals were served including Pumpkin Pie.
  • Circleville Herald has Noon Rotary featured in the week of Pumpkin Show including our Imagination Library ad
  • Nov. 17th after the meeting is Pumpkin Show booth wrap up meeting
  • Big Wheel Race – 44 racers. Scioto Post was live on the racecourse, check out their Facebook feed
  • Thank you to Ellery and Dan for the Health Care Logistics After Hours
  • Ty Ankrom – Please pick up your shirts
  • Log House update – foundation done and first layer of logs started
  • Charlie Hedges – November is Foundation month. Fred Mavis receives his Paul Harris +1. Congratulations Fred, it is in honor of his late wife, Carla.

SAA: Tom Tootle

  • Congrats Bob Liggett on your first place pumpkin
  • Pumpkin is a fruit – Bob McCrady got it right
  • What state grows the most pumpkins? Illinois
  • Halloween – what country originated it? Ireland
  • Peanuts cartoon – always looking for the Great Pumpkin
  • Number of different M&M’s – 25
  • Most popular candy passed out? M&M’s

Scholarship Drawing: Daryl Wolfe was the winner of the drawing $17. The jackpot is $692 and it continues!!

Program: Dan DeVille, Assistant Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal

  • Dan presented Rotarian Rick Rawlins with one of his agency’s first awards recognizing those who helped support the Marshal Service’s bomb dog program. Rawlins is a former official with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, which provided the explosive-trained bomb dogs.
  • There are 94 judicial districts in the country, Ohio is split into 2
  • Dan is responsible for 48 southern counties
  • Dan’s agents can also be called on for Supreme Court protection detail
  • 1789 was the start of the Marshal service under George Washington
  • ATF and Secret Service both sprung out of Marshal Service
  • In southern Ohio, holding $25 million in assets until court cases are done
  • Witness protection program nationwide – 17,000 people with majority being in prison
  • Threat investigation has really picked up with judicial threats
  • 91% of warrants are local
  • Newest mission is human trafficking and missing children
  • U.S. Marshal Service part of Department of Justice


  • In appreciation of this year’s speakers sharing their time & efforts, donations to Pickaway Pathways for Success will be made in their names.