Finemaster George Fasching began with two announcements:
- Chicken would be back for lunch next Friday, and
- Dr. Chang’s full body checkup for $25 would be available on Friday, the 13th of March, including full bar and background music.
Jim Rider’s daughter Megan just launched the website for her jewelry and interior design business. Unfortunately for Jim, this didn’t escape the notice of our alert Finemaster who thought it looked a lot like advertising. Proud dad Jim was fined $70.
A photo taken during her recent trip to Maine to visit her parents was enough evidence to earn Yvonne Flint a fine. In consideration of her past years of service as club treasurer, the fine was only $15. She is pretty sure that her name is on a list somewhere to be enlisted again like ex- and current treasurer Ed Beranek was, so the fine may not be such a bargain.
The recent performance of “The Wizard of Oz” at the Taylor Performing Arts Center was an occasion for John Wilson to be photographed in attendance. As a qualified expert now, John was quizzed on the identities of three Rotarians pictured in a throw-back photo of three Oz characters. They were Bob Daggett as the Cowardly Lion, Allen Yack as the Scarecrow, and Finemaster George Fasching as the Tin Man. John only recognized George and was fined $50.
Three new puppies are part of John Murphy’s family and were shown in a photo with his granddaughter. Per John, the new arrivals are named Harley, Hatfield and O’Reilly and are keeping the house hopping. His good news was recognized with a fine of $34.