Opening Ceremonies:  President Clyde Cushing called the meeting to order.
Invocation was read by Clyde Cushing and we all said the Pledge of Allegiance.
Sergeant at Arms:  Bob and Mary Thomas
Club Anniversaries: Jo Cooper
Guests:  Ellsworth Fire Chief Scott Guillerault, Grace Robinson
Door Prizes: The lucky winners were: Benedetta Pellerano,  Shelly Van Camp, Jack Frost, Dave Wells, Ray Williams and Pam Cushing.
Find Romey the Rotary Gnome: Caroline King
$50/50: $9 Michael Houslen
Happy Dollars: 2nd Quarter Happy Dollars will go towards Polio Plus.
The following individuals gave Happy Dollars: Michael Houslen, Lori Googins, Grace Robinson, Carl Lusby, Dave Wells and Benedetta Pellerano.
EHS Honors Banquet – Tuesday, April 11th at China Hill. Please let Debbie Ehrlenbach know if you would like to host a student. Scholarships applications are in and currently being reviewed by the committee. Pre-pay for your meal before April 11th. Looking for donations of $20 gift cards to give to students.
Rotary Blood Drives at the Elks Club: Max Dietshe is looking for sign-ups for the blood drive for the months of April and May.  The 2nd and 4th Tuesdays from 11am – 5pm. Please send all your community service hours to Max!
Weekly Greeter and Invocation Sign up Lists: We are still in need for Rotarians to help sign up to be a Greeter or give the Invocation at our weekly meetings. Please help.
Guest Speaker: Our guest speaker was Caroline King of the American Red Cross. Caroline has served as the Executive Director of the American Red Cross of Northern and Eastern Maine since 2015.
From offices in Bangor and Caribou, the Red Cross serves seven northern most Maine counties from Fairfield to the Fort Kent and covers more than 60,000 square miles and includes more than 440,000 people.
 In her role as “the Face of the Red Cross” in these communities, Caroline works to increase community awareness and participation in humanitarian mission of the Red Cross, along with harnessing their generous support and commitment of individuals, communities and local businesses.
The Red Cross is always looking for volunteers. Please help by signing up at the monthly blood drives in Ellsworth or give blood on a regular basis.
Respectfully submitted by Rotarian Ashley Johnson