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Meeting Notes from May 12, 2020
Meeting Notes from May 12, 2020
By Kerstin Alischoewski
President Helen Oloroso called our online Zoom meeting to order with “Why We Are Rotarians”  and called on Steve Carlson to deliver the following Thought for the Day:
"When life brings winds of change that almost blow you over, close your eyes, hold on tight, and believe.  -- Lisa Lieberman-Wang.

This week's highlighted Taste partners will be the Peckish Pig, Good To Go Jamaican, and the North Shore Cider Company. For a complete list, go to our club website or the Taste of Evanston homepage. Be sure to let Paul Weber ( know if you order from any of our Taste partners.
Volunteers are needed to help with food delivery to Reba Place Development's affordable housing apartments. Five volunteers stepped forward before the end of the meeting to help with this effort.
The Club Service Committee met on May 6 and determined it is no longer feasible to have our 35th Anniversary/Installation Dinner on June 23, due to the COVID-19 pandemic  The installation of  new officers and board members will occur at our regular meeting on June 30 for the Rotary year that begins on July 1. 
Special Presentation
Potter Napat, our departing exchange student, gave a presentation about his life in Thailand.We learned about his high school and to say "Sa Was Dee" to welcome somebody. Potter showed us photos of beautiful temples and stunning views of waterfalls and beaches in Thailand. We wish him a safe return to his home country, where he will complete one more year in high school.
Topic: Human Trafficking
Speaker: Amanda Stasinski
A member of the Junior League, Amanda is in her second year as the co-chair of Freeing Individuals of Human Trafficking.
We learned that Chicago is among the five hotspots in the country for human trafficking and that there are about 20,000 sex workers in the area. It is a multi-billion-dollar business and growing.
The typical age of girls entering the sex trade is 12, with a life expectancy of seven years. HIV/AIDS and homicide are the most common reasons for death, she said.
If you have concerns about a person involved in human trafficking, she advised that you call (888) 373-7888.
Guests and Milestones
Visiting Rotarian
Mary Black
Steven Seiber
Club Anniversaries
Miguel Hernandez, 3 years
Carol Pandak, 15 years