On Monday July 18, the Kentland Rotary Club held their weekly meeting at the Newton County Stone Quarry.  Susan Daniel who works for the Roger's Group and is a Rotary member had the program and gave the club the nickel tour of the facility. Rich Miller, quality control manager for the quarry, gave explanations about the various types of stone products that the company produces and the plant trip ended with a visit to the observation deck overlooking the massive excavation.  In other news the club reported that they have sold 253 of their truck raffle tickets for this year's drawing.  A new twist to the raffle this year is that they are having an early bird drawing at a community pancake breakfast on August 6th to be held at the community center from 7:00 to 10:30 AM.  At 10:30 one lucky winner will be pulled from all the tickets that have been sold up until that time for a $2,000 prize.  In addition, the early bird winning ticket is then thrown back into the drawing where 10 lucky winners will be awarded prize money during the Earl Park Fall Festival.  The Kentland Rotary club uses the fund raiser to support education scholarships for South Newton High School graduates and their adult scholarship program, along with sponsorship to the districts Rotary Youth Leadership camp held annually at Camp Tecumseh for South Newton Sophomores.   Since the raffle was begun, the club has awarded over $199,000 in scholarships and has sent well over 50 students to the 3 day camp.