On Monday, June 6, the Rotary Club of Lawrenceville held an assembly meeting presided over by President Freya Myers. Chairs of the various committees gave up-dated reports on activities for the year. Teresa Raetz described the Laws of Life writing contest, which the club sponsored, and read aloud the winning entry by Caroline Jernigan of Parkview High School. President Myers reported on public relations activities, such as features in the Citizen monthly newspaper and the webpage, and on volunteer projects such as the Feed the Children program and road clean-up. Mere Page reported on the upcoming mini-golf event planned for July. Art Kleve reported the club had received the $100 per capita award this year and has as a goal for next year 100% Paul Harris Fellow participation, which would qualify us as a Paul Harris Club. Beatty McCaleb and Jason Friedlander updated the group on Interact and Rotaract plans. Don Bradford reported 42 active members and one on leave. He credited the website with calling attention to the club and said that the goal for next year will be to get to 50 members. The meeting closed with a classification talk from Sondra Davis, who gave an interesting and informative talk about her work with Performance Trucking, Inc.