President Brandon opened the meeting at 12:25 pm and Chris Helt led the Pledge and Prayer.

ATTENDANCE:  34 members were in attendance which represents 45.95% of our membership.  We also had 8 guests who are the April students of the month.
          - Dale Brubaker - announced a Club service project that will start on the 2nd Tuesday immediately after our meeting here at The Markets.  Volunteers are needed for a variety of activities to support  the Military Share program of Roots 4 Boots.
          - Tammy Gobrecht - announced "Virtual Movie Night"on Wed April 20, 2022 6:30 to 8:30 pm. The event is "Consider the Conversation 2" and a Panel Discussion  It is free.  This is the second chapter in a series of films exploring how we want to live at life's end.  Email
          - Tammy Gobrecht - The Wellspan Mobile Mammography Unit will be at The Markets at Hanover on May 7, 2022  Call 717-466-2666 to schedule an apt.
          - Greg Staub - you still have time to register for the District 7390 Conference May 6-7, 2022 - Together We Grow Rotary.  It will be hellcat the Best Western Premiere, 800 East Park Dr, Harrisburg, PA
          - Bob Kalinowski - spoke to us about Scholarships that we will be able to sponsor this year.
          - Warren Risk - Austin Carroll has recently resigned from Rotary.  He was a Sergeant At Arms for the Club along with Wendell.  We need one or two people to join the Sergeant At Arms Committee to help set up and take down each week and assist Wendell.
          - Brandon Gething - invoices went out last week. Some people indicated that they did not receive an invoice.  Contact Terry if you have a question about your billing.
                                         -  Children's Aid Society auction is scheduled for April 26, 2022; New Fairview Church of the Brethren, 1873 New Fairview Church of the Brethren Rd, York, Pa 17403;  Virtual Auction on-line bidding starts 4/23/22 at 12:01 am and ends on 4/25 at 7:00 pm
PROGRAM: Steve Plumlee, Classification Speech
Steve began by sharing some things about his early life and upbringing starting in Baytown, Tx just south of Houston.  He included a funny story about beer that you will have to ask him about.  His family moved to Maryland, and Steve graduated from Penn State with a degree in Media studies.  While at PSU he started doing some IT work on campus and he also realized shortly after taking a job in a video production company that he was not so enamored with corporate filmmaking.  He worked at a Gateway Computer store and moved onto an IRB company involved medical records handling via technology. In 2005 he moved to Baltimore earned various IT certifications and eventually relocated here in Hanover and began his own IT support business.  He has new interests in the management portion of a company like team building, goal setting, personalized attention to clients etc.  He focuses his support to clients on making sure that the technology fits the business and that they aren't sold products that they really don't need or aren't suited for.  He has a Team of 13 serving 70 clients.  He has seen a dramatic increase in the number of hacking attempts from Russian entities trying to access his clients and even himself.
Away from Steve enjoys anything NOT TECH related like mountain biking, snow boarding and he is putting a garden.  

Steve gave us an insightful view into his career thus far and did it in a light-hearted, laid-back manner.
NEXT WEEK'S PROGRAM: Rotary Fellowship Meeting