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Friday, November 16, 2012

Galeton Rotary Club News

Galeton Rotary Club News

By Henry Lush 
On November 1 the Galeton Rotary Club met at the Ed Leslie camp in the
Meeker. For over thirty years the Leslies' have entertained the club with a
Philly's cheese steak dinner with all of the trimmings. It was excellent, as
usual. Several guests also enjoyed the evening.

On November 8, President Beth Hoff presided at the Ox Yoke Inn. The club
welcomed our newest member. Jeff Bliemeister. Jeff is the new managing
director of the Pennsylvania Lumberman's Museum.

On November 15 The club met at the Ox Yoke Inn with President Beth once
again presiding. Assistant District Governor Pete Folk presented the program

Pete brought the club up to date on Rotary district news. He then spoke about the noted historical writing by E.N. Woodcock, " Fifty Years A Hunter and Trapper". Mr. Woodcock was born at Lymansville, Pa. which is the present location of the Charles Cole Memorial Hospital. He was the grandson of Major Lyman, one of the early settlers of Potter Co. Pete gave many interesting insights about the book.

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