Opening Ceremonies: President Tracy Shaffer called the meeting to order. Invocation by Raymond Williams and we said the Pledge of Allegiance.
Greeter: Marian Wells
Sargent at Arms: Julie and Tony Bouchard
Guests: Meredith Bishop, Audiology Manager with Marshall Smith. John Shoppe with Cindy Shoppe
Birthdays: Doug Kell May 10,.
Wedding Anniversaries: Dana & Anne Reiter 5/10/2019
Door Prizes: Pam Cushing received the pancake mix, Cindy Shoppe -wine, John Shoppe - coasters, Jackie Clough - jam and Iris Simon- cookbook
Happy Dollars Highlights: All happy dollars this quarter will go towards the Alan Fitch Scholarship Fund at The Grand for students attending Theatre Camp. Happy to accept Grace Robbins, Clyde Cushing- Auction cash out, Gene Pellerano - Library Book Sale $1,285, Iris Simon- Indian Point clean up, Jo Cooper - thankful the auction is over, Lincoln Ehrlenbach - District Conference, Debbie Ehrlenbach- District Conference, Charlene Churchill miss working with Dan Hurley, Tracy Shaffer for club energy. 
Rotary Business:
  1. Carl Lusby presented Dan Hurley with Ellsworth Rotary Gift for his service to the club as treasurer.
  2. Jo Cooper - Great effort on the auction thank you to all
  3. Dominic Efter- Revenue from the Auction $33,792.00
  4. Lincoln Ehrlenbach, Debbie Ehrlenbach and Allegra Pellerano all attended and reported on the District Conference. Awards - Silver Governor Citation 2018-2019 Ellsworth 5th place in Polio fundraising. Ellsworth number 1 in Foundation giving in the district.
  5. Clyde Cushing - Community Service update:  Indian Point Clean up went well.  Service Opportunity May 18th EEMS Bicycle Rodeo.  Silverware wrapping for the Pancake Breakfast June 3rd 6:45pm at the Eagles Nest Lodge.  Spring Social May 28th at the Lobster Pot - cookout starts at 5:30pm
  6. By-Laws - Quorum Voted to accept changes to the bylaws with the amendment Article 7 section 4 Make the required reporting to Rotary Internation (RI) Clyde made the motion and Tricia seconded passed unanimously
Program/Speaker: Jane Langley presented Cara Romano LaValle. She is the Director of Heart Of Ellsworth, which promotes artistic, cultural, economic, educational, environmental and historic activities in the Downtown area. She also owns Kot Contemporary Functional Craft located on State Street. She spoke on the Heart of Ellsworth achievements and goals going forward. Working on an application to be recognized as a city working on economic growth.
Respectfully submitted by Laura Pellerano