President - Joseph P. Conroy
President Elect - William Kourakos
Vice President - Michael K. McGovern
Secretary - Jacqueline M. Critchley
Treasurer - Douglas Stewart
Directors - Frank E. Gemme, Dan L. Davidson, David E. Smith, Anton G. Wagner, John E. Roberts, Jr.

Dues for this year were increased from $1 20 to $130.

On July 18, 1990, Michael McGovern was presented a pin and certificate designating him a Paul Harris Fellow of the Rotary Foundation of Rotary International. This was the 37th Paul Harris Fellow associated with our Club.

Since Dan Mooers is now the new District Governor of District 778 we have a new large banner to display at our meetings for this year. The banner proclaims us the Host Club of the District Governor.

On August 8th the Club presented the first annual ""Service Above Self" Awards to outstanding South Portland - Cape Elizabeth citizens. Mrs. Fredrica Wagnis founded and has been extremely active in "Project Feed", a food pantry located at Vloodfords Church. Mr. William Jordan has been a selectman, councilor, fire chief, Civic Center trustee and served on countless Cape Elizabeth town committees. Mr. Joseph Greeley has been a
volunteer teacher aide at the Dora Small School in South Portland. He travels to school on a motorized wheelchair three days a week.

Harry Russell introduced our newest member, Joanne LeClair. Joanne is Assistant Human Resource Manager at Portland Pipeline Corporation.

Joan Benoit Samuelson was made an Honorary Member of our club for 1990 - 1991.

On August 8th, Bob Carson introduced our newest member, William Smith. Bill is the branch manager of Legg, Mason, Wood and Walker, a securities brokerage firm in Portland.

The profit from the Fried Dough Booth at Deering Oaks Festival for two days amounted to $1,675 which we split with another organization that helped man the booth.

On August 15 William Kilroy resigned from the club. Bill was a charter member and our first Vice - President in 1962. He was voted an honorary membership.

Lore Israel of Brussels, Belgium was our Rotary Exchange Student for school year. She initially stayed with the Doug Stewart and later with Jack Roberts. Matt Stewart, Doug's son, left the same week for Belgium as a Rotary Exchange Student.

A plaque has been placed in the Portland Players Lobby in memory of Joe Thomas. William York delivered the eulogy at his funeral. Joe was the Players' Director for many years. 
A District 778 Fellowship Conference was held on September 29 and 30. Doug Stewart was the chairman and it consisted of various meetings and athletic events.

A District 778 Rotary Foundation Seminar was held at the University of New Hampshire on Saturday, November 3rd under the direction of District Governor Dan Mooers.

On October 10th we welcomed Governor Dan on his official visit to the club. He was accompanied by his wife, Shirley.

Tom Hennessy became a Paul Harris Fellow.

On November 14th Carl Pearson joined our club and on November 21 st Agnes Winship was inducted.

Tony Wagner presented the Club with a $5,000 check from his company to be used for Rotary International and our club's environmental projects.

A "polioPlus" Award was presented to Tom Hennessy for his outstanding contribution to this program.

On November 28th Tom Skypeck was introduced as a new member.

The annual Senior Citizens Christmas Party was held on December 12th with 46 guests present. A cake was presented to Fred Hall in celebration of his 100th birthday. Entertainment was furnished by the Lyric Theatre. 

On December 19th we presented Mickey Boutilier, State director of Maine's Special Olympics, with a donation of $2,135. 

On January 20, 1991, District Governor Dan Mooers gave the keynote speech at the charter night welcoming the Rotary Club of Kennebunk - Portside into District 778.

The net profit from our Christmas Tree Sale was $9,600. We also initiated a Salvation Army drop-off box for canned goods during the tree sale.

Governor Dan Mooers was nominated to serve on Rotary's Council of Legislation.

The Rotary Club of South Portland - Maine Mall area, which we sponsored, changed its name to the Rotary Club of Casco Bay Sunrise (South Portland Area). They moved their meeting to the
Holiday Inn by the Bay in Portland.

On February 6th two new members were inducted, Laurenz Schmidt and Mark Ayers.

More than 100 Rotarians and their "other half It turned out Saturday, February 23, 1991 to celebrate the 86th Anniversary of Rotary International and to observe a moment of silent reflection for World Understanding and Peace. Rotarians were requested to wear a piece of white ribbon behind their Rotary pin symbolizing peace and neutrality.

On March 27th we sponsored "Broadway Bound" by the Portland Players. Profit amounted to $2,500.

On Friday, April 26th, we sponsored Arbor Day. Trees were planted at the Skillings School in South Portland and at the Pond Cove School in Cape Elizabeth. Over 150 seedlings were given to first graders to take home and plant.

On June 1st and 2nd we painted the cedar clapboards at Portland Head Light the traditional white with green trim. Fifteen members participated.

On June 15th we again manned the Fried Dough Booth at Cape Elizabeth Family Fun Day at Fort Williams Park. Profit amounted to $1,100.

The District Conference was held at the Quebec Hilton with six members from our club in attendance.

On June 15th we served a pancake breakfast for the Cape Elizabeth High School graduates.

On June 16th, at Payson Park in Portland, our softball team participated in the annual tournament of the Pine Tree Society for Crippled Children.

Robin Merkle and Mickey Green became the newest members of the club.

On June 26th, the club made Bill Stanton a Paul Harris Fellow.