Warsaw Breakfast Optimist, November 17, 2021
Presiding – Jim Smith
Attendance – 73
Invocation – Patrick Olsen
Greeters – Chris Plack and Jeff Owens
Guests – Robert , John Parker, Matt Cook, Jim Tague
- Salvation Army Bell Ringing is full, December 4.
- Mr. Cook on Noon club fundraiser, Poinsettia’s $15 and $8.00, delivered December 1, 2021
Check presentation – Coach Kathryn Anders WCHS Speech club, $1,500
Birthdays – John Sullivan (14th) and Chris Plack (16th)
Membership – First Reading, John Parker, Paul @ third readings with Amanda Sautter and Grace Robison
50/50 – Aaron Klein $48.00
Sergeants at Arms – Joel Wihebrink, Chris Plack and Trace Hansen harassed members with bogus $1.00 fines
Ryan Zimmerman, Director of Human Resources for Polywood is our speaker today.
Polywood recycles an average of 400,000 landfill bound and ocean bound plastic. containers every day. When we brought recycling in-house, we primarily sourced recyclable plastics from local and regional partners. As we double down on our commitment to stop plastics from ever reaching our oceans, we’ve expanded our recycling process to incorporate globally-sourced ocean-bound plastic into our on-site plastic recycling center.
Truckloads of recycled plastic are transformed into genuine Polywood lumber which is then used to construct our wide array of all-weather furniture. Learn more about our Genuine Recycling process below and how we transform everyday waste into beautiful outdoor furniture.
Next week’s Program – Update about Syracuse-Wawasee trails with Executive Director, Erlene Yentes
Positive quote for the day – “Act as if what you do, makes a difference….IT DOES”- William James
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585 585 8203