At our regular meeting on the 5th of June President Elect John Schorr shared with club members insights into his life and his hopes for the coming Rotary Year 2018-2019.
 
On the 6th of June the Children’s Water Safety and Drown Proofing (CWSDP) Project presented swim certificates to ninety-nine students at the Wat Ku Kham Municipal School. Rotarians John, Jerry, Gary and Roger attended.
 
On the 6th of June the CWSDP project members met with representatives from Safe Child Thailand (SCT) to discuss their funding in expanding the CWSDP to other areas of Thailand. Also, they visited the swim class at Bronco Kids Sports Club. Rotarians John, Gary, Jerry and Roger attended.
 
On the 7th of June the Yale University Whim’n Rhythm singers put on CMIRC fundraising performance at the River Market Restaurant. Prior to the performance, the club had a recognition dinner for supporters of CMIRC projects.
 
On the 10th of June, Rotarians Gary, Mike G. and Roger visited the B K Kee Patient House of the Burma Children Medical Fund (BCMF). Members spent time with children and parents engaging in English conversation. This was the first Sunday for the new visitation schedule.
 
On the 12th of June the Membership and Public Information Committee met to discuss membership status, perspective new members, Membership Committee structure for RY 2018-19, Child Protection Policy, CMI Rotary twitter, and submission of CWSDP article to Khaosod English.
 
On the 15th of June, President Jerry (right) represented the club at the district awards ceremony in Nan. He brought home trophies for more than 80% of members using My Rotary, 100% member contributions to Every Rotarian Every Year, recruiting more than five new members and best electronic bulletin.  
 
On the 17th of June, club members made their regular Sunday visit to the patients and staff at B K Kee Patient House of the Burma Children Medical Fund.
 
On the 19th of June we had a regular meeting of CMIRC with the program was presented by Dr. Amornphat,a resident in Preventive Medicine (Travel Medicine) at Hospital for Tropical Diseases, Faculty of Tropical Medicine, Mahidol University. He spoke on a project to combat dengue and other mosquito-borne diseases.
 
On the 23rd of June club members were present at the Chiang Mai Expats Club (CEC) to display club information, recruit potential new members and to swap out full Change for Children Owl Banks with empty banks.
 
From the 23rd through the 27th of June, President-elect John Schorr represented the club with a display at the House of Friendship at the Rotary International Convention in Toronto, Canada.
 
On the 29th of June club members participated in the CM Area Clubs Installation rehearsal at the Empress Hotel.
 
On the 29th of June the last Friday of the month informal “Let’s Talk Rotary” lunch was held at Lotus Pang Suan Restaurant.
 
On the 30th of June club members participated in the CM Area Rotary Clubs installation ceremony at the Empress Hotel.

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