Salvestrin said the Historical Society would like to honor local service clubs during a "Museum of the Day" featuring photos of club activities over the years.
Farmer encouraged members to think about donating old family photos to the Historical Society.
Hansen, who was the book project leader, is the research director, program chair, and a board member with the St. Helena Historical Society. She is a St. Helena native.
The book is available for sale at various locations around St. Helena including Main Street Books and the Historical Society.
of Denora, PA
of Rotary E-Club One
of Umpqua Bank, guest of Joice Beatty
, guest of Linda Beard
Neal, guest of Mike Layne
President Wendell Laidley reminded the members that Warren Warner's son is still hospitalized and invited members to send food. Contact Wendell for details.
reminded members that bocce signups are needed by April 16 for those who wish to be part of the club's "Rock and Rollers" bocce team, which plays on Monday nights. See Joice for details.
reminded members that the Chamber of Commerce bocce tournament will be held April 30, and that the Chamber-sponsored Earth Day cleanup of St. Helena will be held April 24. Members Suzan Sculatti, Bill Word, Andy Bartlett, DeWitt Garlock and Mike Layne volunteered to participate in the event at 8 a.m. in LymanPark. See Nancy for details.
announced that a celebrity golf tournament is being planned for June 4 at Silverado Country Club, benefiting the Pathway Home project at the California Veterans Home at Yountville, which helps veterans retuning from Iraq and Afghanistan to adjust to civilian life. The tournament entry fee is $500 per person. See Wendell for details.
announced that the club's next exchange student is from Finland. She turned 17 on March 13. Also, he announced that the club's current exchange student, Leah, is meeting relatives in New York City for spring break.
Raffle winners included Kathi Polachek, Don Thomas and Heather Stetson.
included Kathleen Patterson on behalf of her son, Adam, who landed a new job as a political officer with the State Department and will be living in Amman, Jordan for the next two to three years; Donn Black on behalf of his grandson, a serious-looking fifth grader who during a trip to Washington, D.C., was selected to lay a wreath upon the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier; and Natalie Klug, who survived Easter at her home with 14 people from 8 different locations and 5 different colleges, without anyone fighting or getting overly intoxicated. Natalie also announced she is taking kids' clothing donations for her trip on April 17 to Nigeria for Polio Plus. She is looking for clothes for kids aged 0-10. She said a New Jersey Rotary Club has already donated funds to buy pencils to take with her. Lydia Wilson gave a bell ringer for Tim Coon for rewiring her home office and did a wonderful job!
Fines were levied by finemaster Steve Yost (Steel Mill Products) to Carol Sobczak, Donn Black, Alan Fowler, Alan Rohrer, Pam Rubio, Linda Beard, Dale Smith and Ima Holcomb.