This week's guest speaker was Tracy Crossman of Healthy Acadia and Project Hope.
Opening Ceremonies: Rotarian Jodie Cushing called the meeting to order.

Invocation was read by Cindy Shoppe and we said the Pledge of Allegiance.
Sergeant at Arms: Tony and Julie Bouchard
Guests:  Grace Robinson
Club Anniversaries: Bob and Mary Thomas 1 Year on June 1st.
Wedding Anniversaries: Cindy and John Shoppe 49 Years on June 1st.
Door Prizes: The lucky winners were Carol Jordan, Cindy Shoppe, Rhonda Parker and Tracy Crossman.
50/50: $10 to Pam Cushing
4th Quarter Happy Dollars: This quarter all happy dollars will go towards Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry.
The following individuals gave Happy Dollars: Pam Cushing, Gracie Robinson, Debbie Ehrlenbach, Dom Efter, Scott Kimball, Laura Pellerano, Rebecca Greenlaw, Marian Wells and Dave Wells.
Rotary Business:
Membership Dues are due end of June: Reminder Club members voted in favor of raising the annual dues for Fiscal/Rotary year 2022-2023 to $300 for an individual, $350 for family and $450 for corporate membership.  Bills will go out Jun 1, 2022 and dues will be Due June 30, 2022.  If you want to split the dues into two payments the second payment will be due by December 31,2022.
Pay your dues: You can send in a check or pay online using PayPal at:
Rotary Facebook Spotlight: Contact JoAnn Brown to sign up for the Rotary Spotlight on our Social Media pages. You send her a picture of yourself with information on why you join Rotary and it will be posted online.
Greeters: Please sign up to be a greeter at our weekly meetings. The help is needed.
Paul Harris Recognition Night: Next week, Tuesday, June 7th at Chippers Restaurant. Our club will be awarded 7 Paul Harris Awards. Please arrive at 5:30pm. In person only, no Zoom.
Rotary Board Meeting: The next meeting will be Tuesday, June 14th at 4:30pm at China Hill.
Upcoming Service Projects:
Indian Point Trail Clean-up:  June 4th at 9:00am. Bring your own rake and gloves.
Ellsworth Uptown Market: July 9th and 10th - Our club will have a table to sell crafts, antiques and yard sale items. Please donate and help! This event is held at the TJ Maxx Parking Lot in Ellsworth.  Items we don’t sell we will donate to Goodwill.
Bar Harbor Rotary Club:  The club has asked for help for their annual 4th of July Pancake Breakfast starting at 530am to 10:30 am. They can also use help for their lunch immediately following.
Make-Ups and Community Service Hours: Please let Jodie Cushing and Marian Wells know if you do any community service or makeups throughout the week.
Blood Drive: The Blood Drive is the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month. Max Dietshe thanks everyone for their continued help. Please sign up!
Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry: The pantry is looking for volunteers to help out at the Pantry. Please call them to sign up to help.
Guest Speaker: This week's guest speaker was Tracy Crossman of Healthy Acadia and Project Hope.
Project Hope is a collaboration of the Ellsworth Police Department, the Washington County Sheriff's Office, along with the Baileyville and Pleasant Point police departments.
The Project's approach is to allow those struggling with opioid addiction to discard their drugs and paraphernalia without fear of arrest.  Participants who visit the Project Hope center at the Ellsworth Police Department will be screened during intake and then paired with a volunteer "angel" who will work with the participant to find an appropriate treatment program, detox facility or support service.
Respectfully submitted by Rotarian Ashley Johnson