This Week at Rotary: March 7, 2019
Today's speaker was David Salisbury with the Center for Cybersecurity and Data Intelligence at the University of Dayton.
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Member Birthdays
J. Thomas Broadwell
March 2
Dick Hoback
March 23
Frank Perez
March 25
Katie Neubert
March 30
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Brenda Kuhn
March 29
Butch Spencer
March 1
Brian Hayes
Erica Hayes
March 9
Tom Groszko
Mandy Groszko
March 29
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Robin Parker
March 1, 1975
44 years
Brian Hayes
March 10, 2016
3 years
Patrick Beckel
March 15, 2012
7 years
Chuck King
March 24, 2016
3 years
Mar 14, 2019
Gem City Market
Mar 21, 2019
Therapeutic Riding Institute
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Centerville Rotary Club Meeting March 7, 2019
Official Greeters for the week:
03/07/2019 Ron Hollebeck and Chuck King who substituted for Matt Kuhn and Terry Hanauer
03/14/2019 Doug Bockrath and Kisha Taylor
03/21/2019 Dan Johnson and Rick Hauser
BIG THANKS to photographer assistant, Lee Hieronymus, who helped take pre-meeting shots while Carol Kennard was busy taking care of business!
Our stand-in greeters for the day were Ron Hollenbeck and Chuck King. They were ready to welcome everyone with a smile!
Jim Harris and Doc Hoback are ready to dive into a tasty lunch of turkey wraps, potato chips, and coleslaw!
Honorary Rotarian Dottie Overly, with her husband, Don, and Tom Broadwell share stories of the week.
Park District Director, Arnie Biondo is always ready to lend a hand with a smile!
Rotarian Brian Hayes welcomed our guests this week - prospective member Bonnie Statler, and visiting Rotarian Raul Parra.
Brad Thorp welcomes Joyce Young, with friendly smiles from both Rotarians!
Membership Chair Ann Blackburn continues her mentoring of new member Terry Hanauer!
Jen Gibbs stops for a chat with our greeters before heading in for lunch.
President Boyd Preston, getting ready to start the next meeting of the Centerville Rotary Club!
The Centerville Rotary Club met at the Clubhouse at Yankee Trace at noon. Club President Boyd Preston led the Pledge of Allegiance; Brian Hayes gave the prayer; and Brad Thorp led the singing of God Bless America
Menu this week: a turkey wrap, potato chips, coleslaw, and delicious chocolate cake for dessert.
The guests at this week's meeting included: Bonnie Statler, who's father was a long-time Rotarian, so she is interested in becoming a member. Raul Parra has returned as a visiting Rotarian. Our speaker for the day, David Salisbury from the University of Dayton. 
President Boyd Preston presided over the meeting. 
President Boyd Preston led announcements concerning the District 6670 Conference coming up April 11-13. Sofie Ameloot will begin collecting new shoes next week for the Shoes for Orphan Souls donations. Dick Hoback announced the club is collecting wine for the Conference Silent Auction. Bring your donated bottles in the next couple of weeks.

Ron Hollenbeck announced that after speaking with the Northmont Rotary Club, the Northmont Middle School raised $3,000 toward the Life Pump project through their Rotary club. With all club pledges, we have raised $32,600 in donations, and once matched with Rotary International funds, we will be able to install 10 Life Pumps! Ron noted he will submit the application to RI by the end of April.
Ann Blackburn thanked everyone for attending the last mixer and said to mark calendars for the next one - March 21 at Remodeling Designs, thanks to our hosts, Erich Eggers and Mark Balsan. She mentioned the Rotary Family Gathering on May 18 at St. Leonards will be a fun event that gives us the opportunity to get to know our Rotary families better. You don't want to miss this one!
Frank Perez noted the next Service Day is scheduled for April 6. Block off that day on your calendar now. More details to follow soon. He also noted Project Read needs help assembling some more bookshelves. Anyone able to help should report to Project Read by Antique Village next Thursday, March 14, from 5:30-7:00 pm.
President Boyd noted Chuck King will be at the PETS training this weekend, to learn all there is to know about being our next President. He also noted how wonderful the service was last Sunday, which officially installed Judy Budi as CEO of Graceworks Lutheran Services.
HAPPY BUCKS: Happy Bucks this quarter go to Honor Flight, which offers free transportation to Veterans who are not otherwise able to go to Washington D. C. to see the WWII, Korean War, Vietnam, and other war memorials there. The day-long activities are all provided free to the veterans. We are hoping to be able to fund at least one veteran's trip. 
Brad Huffman started things off with donations to celebrate the fundraising cruise he just came back from that seemed more like several days of tailgating! Brad Thorp gave an IOU of $10 for a later time when he might have more cash on hand. Kim Senft-Paras gave thanks for the safe arrival of her beautiful granddaughter, Josephine. Phil Raynes wished everyone a Happy New Year, as this is his first meeting of the year - he's been traveling to India and Florida. He also noted the area Rotary Golf League will be starting up again in April and is played at our very own Yankee Trace. All are welcome to play.
Many gave generously to honor Judy Budi, and Honor Flight. John Beals donated the Dayton Dragon's tickets and hat he won last week, as he is unable to attend the game. Ron Hollenbeck gladly paid happy bucks for them. Judy thanked everyone for their good wishes and reminded the Educational Foundation members that they will meet on March 14. Brian Hayes gave for many anniversaries - 3rd anniversary as a Rotarian, 19th year in Financial Planning, and 23rd wedding anniversary! Visiting Rotarian, Raul Parra donated noting he was happy to be back with our club and happy to sit at a table with fellow broadcaster, Jim Briggs. Carol Kennard announced the Interact Club will finish up the service project to paint game boards on picnic tables at Oak Grove Park. Rotarians interested in helping can attend an informational meeting with the students at CHS room W234 on Thursday, April 4 at 3 pm. Tom Broadwell gave for his birthday, and the club sang Happy Birthday to him. Dan Sortman encouraged everyone to see the Never Ending Story at Town Hall Theatre this weekend. Sofie Ameloot celebrated her daughter's decision to attend The Ohio State University next fall. Dick Hoback was thankful for warm weather in Florida the past couple of weeks and congratulated Terry Hanauer on his re-induction to our club. Boyd Preston thanked Carol Kennard for filling in as bulletin editor this week.
Today's Speaker:  David Salisbury from the University of Dayton Center for Cybersecurity and Data Intelligence. 
Vice President, Frank Perez introduced our speaker who is the Sherman-Standard Register Professor of Cybersecurity Management and Director of the Center for Cybersecurity & Data Intelligence, who has also been involved in research on how IT influences small group interaction, and also investigates cyber issues far beyond UD.
David started his presentation by showing a graphic of what most of our home's IT network looks like:
He talked about how this network will continue to grow - refrigerators on the Internet are not far off! He warned that the more interconnected we are with the world, the greater chance of exploits. He gave a few hints on how to stay safe at home:
- Sign up for Windows and Microsoft automatic updates.
- Sign up for automatic updates from your anti-virus software and do full scans every week.
- Do backups weekly and then disconnect the backup.
- Don't use the same password at different sites, especially banking sites. Once hackers find a password, they start trying it on banking sites first.
- Lengthy passwords are more effective than complicated ones. Set it as something you can remember, and gave the example of using the first line from Yellow Submarine, but modified something like: In*the*Town*where*!*Was#born.
- Use two-factor authentication whenever possible - where you get a code texted to your phone to enter on the computer.
- Train yourself to avoid "phishing" attacks (which may do bad things like download keystroke loggers)
Websites for more information:
  • Information is Beautiful Breach Viz
  • Ransomware
  • Internet of Things
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The meeting was adjourned with the reciting of the Four-Way Test .
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