Opening of Meeting
The meeting was opened with an invocation led by Anna-Mae Kobbe and then, President Ken Farabaugh led us in the Pledge of Allegiance and the 4-Way Test
Scholarship recipients
The following students received a scholarship through the Adams County Community Foundation and the Rotary Club of Gettysburg.
Sam Douds, Gettysburg High School
Abigail Finafrock, Fairfield High School
Gabriel Yeager, Fairfield High School
Austin Stiles, Delone Catholic High School
Tasha Merine, Gettysburg High School
Ayaka Soto, Gettysburg High School
Morgan Martin, Biglerville High School
Elizabeth Sutherland, Gettysburg High School
Ashley Andyshak Hayes, Chair of the Scholarship Committee, thanked all of the committee members who helped out by reviewing the applications and making the recommendations for the awards, and then she introduced the scholars who were in attendance.
Each one stood and introduced themselves and told a bit about their plans for the future. They were all thankful for the scholarships that they received.
Farewell by President Ken
President Ken thanked all of the officers and board members and handed each an envelope that contained a personal thank-you and a Rotary coin. In addition to this, he also donated $50 to Polio Plus in the name of each one who served under his presidency.
He mentioned how Zoom really opened up opportunities for some programs to be presented by many different speakers from distant areas, that would not have been able to do otherwise. He thanked Brad Hoch for asking him to be the president and expressed what a fine job Brad did in leading the club through the difficult times at the beginning of the pandemic.
Ken also gave special thanks to Larry Redding, who underwent a liver transplant in the past year. while he continued to serve as President-Elect. He expressed his amazement at how Larry is already training for a marathon! He also expressed his gratitude for Mike Hanson stepping up to be the Vice President. 
Ken mentioned Secretary Alex Hayes, who he affectionately called, "The Rock" because of his steadfastness in serving Rotary. He made a special mention of how Alex set up the Zoom meetings.
As he continued down the list, Ken recognized Tony Spangler for stepping into the role as treasurer and admitted that the books were not in the best shape when Tony took over, but we're in a much better position now, financially.
Ken thanked Chris Kimple for her work as International Lane Chair and also recognized Anna-Mae Kobbe for her good work as the Foundation Chair. In fact, she did so well that she was asked to step up to the role of District Foundation Chair, while she remains as our club Foundation Chair. 
Ken gave similar kudos to Brad Lancaster as Community Service Chair, Peter Lagerberg, as the Philanthropy Chair, Doug Newell, as the Club Service Chair, and Clint Forry, as the Membership Chair.
He completed his farewell speech by asking all of us to support incoming President Larry Redding.
Induction of Club Officers and Board of Directors
PDG John Kramb conducted the induction and swearing-in of incoming President Larry Redding (as shown in the pictures above) and then swore in the club's other incoming officers and board members.
The incoming board members who were present are shown below
After the ceremony, Larry Redding told us that he is truly blessed to be here. He was happy that he could participate in the meetings through Zoom, even when he would have not been able to attend in person. 
He thanked all of the officers and board members; those who stayed on and those who were new.
He quoted the new Rotary Theme for 2021-2022, in urging us to give "Service to Change Lives".
District Governor induction
The following pictures were provided by VP Peter Lagerberg of the induction ceremony for the new District Governor Greg Staub. The swearing-in was conducted by our own PDG John Kramb.
Russell Hampton
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The Rotary Club of Gettysburg meets Mondays at 12 noon via Zoom and 7:30 a.m. Tuesdays at Rosie's Restaurant in New Oxford.