100th Anniversary  Plans
Major takeaways from initial survey re: our 100th anniversary.
- A physical presence to commemorate anniversary is desired 
- A dinner event with speaker is desired 
- A new or existing community project is preferred 
- A project with a fundraising scope of $10,000 - $50,000 is preferred
- Children and education are the charitable causes we're most passionate about 
- If concentrating on an existing program, STRIVE is preferred 
- Community-at-large audience is preferred, with focus on current and past Rotarians and surrounding clubs 
- Local and international components are important
- Past, present, future focus is desired
In analyzing the key findings, a plan was presented to the Club last Tuesday that incorporates the past, present and future; local and international components; and a long-lasting physical presence and ongoing program to benefit the community, with a kick-off dinner and celebratory wrap-up. 
Survey on Rotary Clock
When we began planning for the 100th anniversary celebration of the Rotary Club of Ashland, we promised to keep the members updated as the plans proceeded.
The board has tentatively decided to purchase a Rotary clock that would be placed downtown at the new Foundation Plaza.  It would commemorate our club's 100 years of service to Ashland and be our contribution to the continuing revitalization of downtown. 
At our Dec. 7 meeting, we will be asking for the club's approval of the final plans for the 100th anniversary. But we need to reach a decision of the clock before then to keep the project on schedule.
Therefore, we have included a short survey about the club's purchase of the clock below. Please take a minute or two to complete the following survey below by Nov. 29. It has rendering of the clock and more details about the finances. We will not only be soliciting current members for contributions, but also past members and friends of Rotary.