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    Michael Minden’s decadent dessert pie finished 2nd in the annual General Mills Neighborhood to Nation Recipe Contest in Minneapolis, Minnesota, but it still was a sweet $15,000 reward for the chef-proprietor of Michael V’s restaurant, home of Bixby Rotary.


    Minden said he had taken a few General Mills pantry staples and experimented with them to make his winning dessert. The pie features a brownie layer baked into a pie crust then topped with a no-bake peanut butter cheesecake then covered with a chocolate ganache and bits of Butterfinger and peanuts.


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    Officers - Board Members

    President:  Barry Helms

    VP / President Elect:  Bob Weatherbie

    Treasurer: Rudy Upshaw

    Secretary: Natalie Kemmerly

    Sergeant at Arms: John Sawyer

    Club Administration: Jim Weems

    Past President: Kim Miller

    Committee Leadership

    Foundation: Preston Smith

    International Projects: Ericka Sherod

    Membership: Beau Driggers

    Programs: Justin Nichols

    Community Service: Kendra Wilbanks

    Club Service: Jim Weems

    Vocational Service: Paul Nieto

    Youth Services: Mike Gately

    Public Relations: Michelle Scott

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Race Across America (RAAM) is an intense, grueling, and challenging bicycle race. However, it is not as grueling or as challenging as living with polio. Rotary has played a major role in working to eradicate this disease with only two endemic countries left in the world.


Bob McKenzie, past president of the downtown club, shares his passion to end polio by riding and racing on his bicycle. Since 2011Bob's been bicycling to raise awareness and raise funds for the Rotary Foundation’s PolioPlus campaign. By 2015 he pedaled in four El Tour de Tucson “Ride to End Polio” events and spoke to more than 20 clubs about eradicating polio. He has raised more the $250,000 for PolioPlus with a goal of $1 million before he retires from cycling.


This week at Rotary, Bob will tell us about Race Across America where they started in Oceanside, California, and finished 8 days later in Annapolis, Maryland.


Please invite a prospective member to this Tuesday's Rotary Club meeting.


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