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WILLIE LEVI CROSSLEY, JR.
Mar 09, 2021
President • Piney Woods School
COLLEEN MUNKEL
Mar 16, 2021
Pine Grove Behavioral & Addiction Services
WES BROOKS
Mar 23, 2021 12:00 PM
DuBard School for Language Disorders
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ELIZABETH VAN SANT • GOVERNOR, DISTRICT 6840

Elizabeth Van Sant became a Rotary Alumna in 1986, when she returned from a year in Cotabato City, Philippines, as a Rotary Youth Exchange Student from D7170 in New York State.  In 2007, having moved to Covington, LA and becoming a Master Roaster of coffee and small business owner, she was invited to join the Rotary Club of Covington.  Since joining, she has served in several leadership roles including Scholarship Chair, Foundation Chair, and twice as Club President. 
 
In addition to being a host mom and mentor to Rotary Youth Exchange Students, Elizabeth is mother of two ROTEX: Ethan (who represented D6840 in Taiwan 2014-2015 and Egypt 2018) and Sofia (Turkey 2018; Romania 2018-2019).  Her children are third generation Paul Harris Fellows following Elizabeth's father's example.

WILLIE LEVI CROSSLEY, JR. • PRESIDENT, PINEY WOODS SCHOOL

Will Crossley is the fifth president of The Piney Woods School.  In July 2014, he returned to Piney Woods as the first alumnus to serve in this capacity in the school’s 107-year history. 

President Mark Killingsworth presided over today’s meeting. Joe Meador provided the opening prayer. Bill MacLauchlan led us in the Pledge of Allegiance. The meeting was held at the Holiday Inn North and on Zoom. Joe Bost thanked those who helped with today’s meeting. There were no guests.
 
Lynn Walton then introduced today’s guest speaker, David Saulters. David is a native of Prentiss. He came to Hattiesburg in 1986 to attend USM and he chose Hattiesburg as his new home. David is the owner of Sigma Companies, LLC and is also the owner of ReMax Realty along with his wife Christa. He served as the president of the Greater Hattiesburg Home Builders Association and the Home Builder Association of Mississippi. He was also a member of Hattiesburg Rotary in the 1990s.
 

T•SHIRT FUNDRAISER

A big "thanks!" to those of you who have purchased a Rotary t-shirt in support of the DuBard School at Southern Miss! Some have asked when they will receive their shirts. All orders will be shipped 7-10 days after the successful completion of the campaign, i.e. when the goal of 50 shirts sold is met. 
Currently, there have been 20 shirts sold netting a profit of $105 with an additional $88 received in donations. We're almost halfway there! 
We hope you will consider purchasing a shirt if you have not already. Click the yellow and blue graphic below to select from the three different options (e.g. short sleeve, long sleeve, retro baseball-t). 
 
 
To read more about our beneficiary, DuBard School for Language Disorders, click on the graphic below.
 
 
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