LUNCHEON MEETING OCT. 3, 2012

LUNCHEON MEETING OCT. 3, 2012

Today’s speaker was our own Ceylan Oner with a beautiful slide show on London, Paris and Venice, all of which fit ion with her university classes on urbanization.
There was history and development from Medieval times up to the present.
IN London we saw the rebuilding after the German Blitzkrieg.
In Paris Napoleon named Baron Hausman to transform the city.
Venice with its canals is forever dazzling.
Thank you Ceylan, for helping us to remember.

Georgia brought to our memory the great flood of 1913, and the first united effort to provide humanitarian assistance to the victims, the start of one of Rotary’s pillars of community
projects.

After the auction of items brought in, the meeting ended with Happy Bucks, Fifty/Fifty and the Four Way Test.

Puns.
England has no kidney bank, but it does have a Liverpool.
Jokes about German sausage are the wurst.

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