President Steve Scerra reminded us that Governor Brad Robinson will make his official Governor's Visit at next week’s luncheon. In preparation for the Governor’s visit, Steve encouraged all members to update their personal information on the club’s Web site. He also announced the availability of Paul Harris Celebration admission and raffle tickets.
Rotarian and City Clerk, Eleanor Manzano, announced the upcoming city employee pancake breakfast. Our club sponsors this event held at the Alta Vista Community Center.
Rick and Bill talk about the Rotarian Magazine
PDG Rick Mendoza and Past President Bill Paul presented a two minute review of an article from the current issue of the Rotarian Magazine. The review is an idea President Steve is encouraging as he wants us to regularly read the RI publication.
Family of Rotary: Pearl Davis announced the Bill Workman’s mother-in-law recently passed away. Condolences to Bill and his family.
Dinger Fines: PDG Rick Mendoza also paid a $1.00 fine to announce that his granddaughter was recently married.
Program: Following lunch, PDG Vicki Radel introduced Ambassadorial Scholar Cynthia Salim. She used her scholarship to earn a Master’s Degree in London, England in human social justice values and global ethics. She now works for a charity organization in Los Angeles that works with political refugees here in the U.S. “It was a phenomenal experience,” she said, describing her year as an Ambassadorial Scholar. “It would not have happened without Rotary.”
Next week’s program: Governor Brad Robinson.
Terry reaches for the green marble, but no joy...
Terry Tamble had the winning raffle ticket but he failed to draw the green marble. Terry donated his $10.00 consolation prize back to the Club’s “We Support Youth” program.
President Steve rang the bell ending the luncheon at 1:30 p.m., noting, “6 down, 38 to go.”