At our weekly meeting on Friday 11/5/21, President Mark welcomed 29 Canton Rotarians and guests, who included Plain Rotarian Mike Duggan, as well as Tim Gary and John Heck.
Becky Clark, filling in for Secretary Paula, provided these tidbits:
On this Day in History:
-1920: Law enforcement in Oklahoma arrested two men for making liquor and also confiscated the ingredients – 1 gallon of corn juice and 1 quart of gasoline.
-1952: General Dwight D. Eisenhower was elected president with the largest number of popular votes ever recorded in a Presidential election.
-1996: Bill Clinton wins a second term as President, the first Democrat to win back to back victories in 50 years. (Editor's note: no word on whether Monica voted for Bill or not!) 
-2006: Saddam Hussein was sentenced to death by hanging for the massacre of 148 Shi’as in 1982. 
On this Day AND a Fun Fact:
- 2011: A Canadian dentist, Michael Zuh, bought a tooth of John Lennon’s that had been removed in 1960 at an auction for the whopping sum of $31,200.
Happy Bucks:
Lynn Hamilton
Tim Haverstock
Dave Ewing
Craig Young
Becky Clark