Do you Like to Eat? Do you Like Stimulating Conversation?
If you answered “yes” to these two questions, you might enjoy the Dinner and Discussion Fellowship Group. The group held its first meeting of the year on September 22 at Bonfyre. Eight eager Rotarians (pictured below) joined in a spirited discussion and dined on fine food.
The group discussed the purpose of the fellowship and decided that we prefer a low-key, open-ended discussion rather than a rigid agenda. We would like to have a casual night out with food and conversation. We plan to discuss philosophy-behind-the-news rather than current events. We’re committed to listening to each other’s viewpoints and learning from each other, regardless of beliefs or opinions. We invite all perspectives and beliefs to deepen the conversation.
The next meeting is planned for Monday, October 10, at 6:00pm at Great Dane-Hilldale. Please join us! If you enjoy food and conversation, this group is right up your alley!
Contact the Rotary office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 255-9164 to sign up and to receive invitations to attend the Dinner and Discussion Fellowship Group meetings.Thanks to Deb Raupp for this post. The Rotary Club of Madison has 500 members from business, academia, healthcare and public and community service. It is one of the ten largest Rotary International clubs in the world and will celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2013. Rotary International is a service club with local and global reach. It’s 34,000 clubs in over 200 countries have 1.2 million members who meet weekly to develop friendships, learn, and work together to address important humanitarian needs.