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Rotary Club of Martinsburg - Martinsburg WV / Grapevine  / Grapevine – March 3, 2020
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Grapevine – March 3, 2020


Last week – Mark Baldwin, Martinsburg City Manager

This Week: Dr. Rich Cassucio, George Washington and Colonial American Medicine

March 12 Tony Martirano, Studio123 and the Arts in Berkeley County
March 19 Chief Maury Richards, Martinsburg Police Department
March 26 Donna Van Metre, James Rumsey Technical Institute
April 2 Kaitlyn Smith, Good Times Show Choir
April 9 Tony Zelenka, CEO, Berkeley Medical Center
April 16 Robin Zanotti, C&O Canal Trust

Greeter – Chris Johnson was the greeter, led the Pledge of Allegiance and gave an invocation.


  • Nic Diehl, Eastern West Virginia Regional Airport Authority, Guest of Jim Klein
  • Bill Schwartz, Attorney representing injured workers, Guest of Sharon Novak
  • Sandra Leyba, The Hub, Guest of Sandy Hamilton
  • Kimberly Gilbert-Toelle, Attorney in title and closing, Guest of Gail Moxley
  • Steven Shaffer, CNB Bank, Guest of Kevin Starliper
  • Samson Wright, Retired, Spouse and guest of Sharon Novak


  • Trent Sherman – February 24
  • Pam Wagoner – February 29

Member Anniversaries:

  • Elaine Bartoldson – 6 years
  • Kim Lanager – 14 years
  • Leslie Crabill – 20 years

Wedding Anniversary:

  • Craig and Karen Martin – February 27 for 49 years
  • Pete and Betty Mulford – February 28 for 44 years

Club Announcements:

  • Derby Days will be held on May 2. See the attached flyer.
  • Blue Ridge CTC Rotaract Club is collecting items for the Humane Society. Attached is a list of items they could really use.
  • Rotary Golf tournament will be held Monday, July 27 at The Woods. See the attached flyer.


  • Gail Moxley sold tickets. There were 42 cards in the deck. Chris Pifer had the winning ticket but did not draw the four of diamonds.

Student Guests: We welcomed student guests from Martinsburg High School in February. Rotarian Trent Sherman, Principal of MHS, introduced two outstanding students:

  • Kylene Young wants to be a veterinarian
  • Zane Collings wants to teach either music or elementary school.