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BOD Meeting Jul 29, 2014
District Membership Assembly Aug 09, 2014 08:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Dirtfest Aug 09, 2014 10:00 AM - Aug 10, 2014
Club Retreat Aug 16, 2014
District Governor Dinner & BOD meeting Aug 19, 2014
Club Breakfast w/ District Governor Aug 20, 2014
District Strike Out Polio Aug 23, 2014 06:00 PM
District Foundation Seminar Sep 06, 2014
Sunset Cruise on Lake Arrowhead Sep 13, 2014 04:00 PM
District Leadership Institute Sep 27, 2014
BOD Sep 30, 2014
District Foundation Gala Oct 25, 2014 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM
BOD Oct 28, 2014
Auction Setup & BBQ Oct 31, 2014
Mountain Sunrise Auction Nov 01, 2014 01:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Auction Wrap up Nov 02, 2014 09:00 AM - 12:00 PM
BOD Nov 18, 2014
District Leadership Institute Nov 22, 2014
Blue Jay Parade (Rotary Float Decoration) Dec 06, 2014
BOD Dec 16, 2014
NEWS
Oct 20, 2012
by Jerry Savage

Rotarians Provide Hospital With Vital Monitors

Michael P. Neufeld | Oct 19, 2012

Mountains Community Hospital’s Kathleen Walsh applies electrodes to Rotarian Rudy Westervelt during a demonstration of the new Propaq LT monitor purchased by a $25,000 grant from the Mountain Sunrise Rotary Club. (Photo by Michael P. Neufeld)

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May 10, 2012
by Jerry Savage

Remote Monitoring Made Possible

In honor of their 25th anniversary, members of the Mountain Sunrise Rotary Club have made a donation of $25,000 to Mountains Community Hospital to be used to purchase new patient monitoring equipment.

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May 17, 2012
by Jerry Savage

  RYLA 2012-Teamwork Game

Games  help the students learn how to become a better leader and work together as a team.

The 16 Rim students who attended RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards) last month came home from the weekend hanged people.

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Jun 17, 2012
by Jerry Savage

 Students’ Art Reaps Prizes  

Mountain News: Posted: Thursday, June 14, 2012 10:02 am 

The first art competition sponsored by the Mountain Sunrise Rotary Club drew 35 entries from students at Mary Putnam Henck Intermediate School, Rim High School and Mountain High School.

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Attendance Barry Smart
Programs Davis Hopper
Club Trainer Rudy Westervelt
Public Image Chair Jerry Savage
Service Projects Chair Mike Mueller
International Service Chair Karyn Westervelt
Vocational Service Chair Rudy Westervelt
Ethics Bill Stanley
Four-Way Speach Contest Rudy Westervelt
Music Competition Rudy Westervelt
Community Service Mike Mueller
International Service Karyn Westervelt
Literacy Bill Stanley
Disaster Preparedness Jim Johnstone
Youth Service Chair Deborah Fancett
RYLA Deborah Fancett
PRYDE Deborah Fancett
Early Act Jason Kimes
Interact Karyn Westervelt
Youth Protection Officer Ken Nielsen
The Rotary Foundation Patricia Davis
Fundraising Chair Lyle Barkley
Grants Chair Patricia Davis
The Rotary Foundation Patricia Davis
Membership Chair David Stuart
Membership Development David Stuart
Club Trainer Rudy Westervelt

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Posted by Jerry Savage on Jul 17, 2014

ImageMember and Post Master Denise Amante presented a few thoughts about the Post Office. We all learned that the Post Office was founded in 1775, and that postage rates were WAY higher at that time than they are now! In the past most long distance mail was transported by boat – nowadays, it happens through a contract with FedX!

Also, what everyone suspected is TRUE: The most profitable part of the Post Office is junk mail! Who would have guessed?

Denise also spoke about some of the technology that they use to keep on track which actually sounds pretty sophisticated. Unfortunately, they find themselves in the position of needing to consolidate some facilities, leading a number of members concern about the closing of the Rim Forest facility.

Thanks for the insight, Denise!

Posted by Jerry Savage on Jul 11, 2014

ImageFire Chief Jim Johnstone offered today’s program.

Not a lot of good news, but good reason for us to understand that we live in a dangerous place!

Jim spoke a bit about our mountain – and the special problems that we have. We don’t have a lot of house fires – but when we have a fire, it has the opportunity to get very large. The fire department has 8 fire stations in the area – the specific reason is to have as short a response time as possible to keep the fire from getting too large. ALSO, 70% of what that does here is emergency medical services, so station proximity helps that as well.

Jim spoke of our ability to work together as a community – and our nature as “mountain people” that leads us to live here in the first place.

Jim handed out brochures for disaster preparedness, and spent time encouraging us to consider a disaster plan for our families.

Posted by Jerry Savage on Jul 11, 2014

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Jim turned the podium over to Chief Ron Walls – who spoke about the ways we can be prepared as residents – by being CERT trained, learning how to communicate (by text) during an emergency and what has been learned from previous disasters, such as the Mexico City earthquake.

Ron described the CERT program, and said they would be offering a new course for those interested in the fall.

Posted by Jerry Savage on Jul 03, 2014

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John introduced our 2014-2015 Fine Master MONICA PEPP!!

Monica asked everyone to please complete their info sheets so she could make the most of this season’s fining – which will be collected in cash this year.

Monica did a dry run – noticing President Moore’s lack of name badge, Mike Cronshey’s illegal U turn in front of her office and Scott Markovich’s still on display (He lost) campaign sign. Doesn’t look like Monica will miss much -Bring your wallet.

Posted by Jerry Savage on Jul 03, 2014

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Introduction of the 2014-2015 Board of Directors and Committee Chairs

President Moore reviewed all of the new and continuing Board members, along with the various committee heads. A copy of the full list was available at the table.

  • John mentioned that Alan the CFO is looking to be replaced.
  • Davis Hopper reviewed the upcoming program year, and briefly reviewed everyone’s responsibility to help.
Posted by Jerry Savage on Jun 07, 2014

ImageKen Decroo was today’s program speaker. He spoke about the great changes and enormous mandates in the education system.

Ken gave us a brief commentary about “Common Core”. Evidently, the program was created in 1997 to develop new standards for teachers and administrators in the education workplace. Ken likened it to uprooting a tree every so often to see if it is growing properly! It seems he may not be a fan of the program. His comment is that it might not be a bad program, but the execution is awful.

Ken also spoke about the “LCAP” program. It is supposed to bring controls back to the local community, but really ended up creating a large number of unfunded mandates. There is a very difficult environment for finding – especially since funding is based upon kids sitting at desks – and our local enrollment is falling.

Ken talked a bit about his background, and of his time in Fontana, and his pride in the program that he developed there and brought to the mountains – the “Community Nights” program. Ken has used that program to help bring the community to the schools to help – which is his goal – The system needs help as the funds diminish. The community needs to step up to help. Education is everyone’s job!

Thanks for your presentation, Ken!

Posted by Jerry Savage on May 30, 2014

ImageToday’s Annual Memorial Day Program featured Leslie Dodge Taylor – a stewardess who helped ferry GI’s to and from Viet Nam in the sixties.

Leslie was a flight attendant in the 60’s who worked for Continental Airlines, one of the carriers that was contracted to transport troops to and from Viet Nam during the war there.

Leslie described the procedures they used and a few of the service men she had transported – noting that the Navy was the nicest, the Army was the most fun and the Marines were the most macho! No notice of the Air Force. She was in Viet Nam during the roughest part of the war – the TET offensive, and told several stories about the troops, and the things they did to make them comfortable. (Like smuggling Coors beer aboard the plane) Leslie said the troops on the way in had little idea what they were in for, and the ones on the way home were very subdued.

After a couple of computer miss-fires and with help from computer virtuoso Bob Cantrell, Leslie was able to show the group a slide show of a few of her experiences while working.

One particularly interesting and touching moment was when Leslie mentioned that she visited a hospital for the wounded – and what an amazing experience that was.

Thank you Leslie for helping us to remember the Troops on this Memorial Day!

Posted by Jerry Savage on May 30, 2014

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As usual, Initiation Master Geoff Hopper carefully prepared his remarks for today’s ceremony. New Member Initiate Larry DiAngelo’s insurance business is such a treasure trove of fascinating stories, Geoff was unable to choose one to relay – SO, we went ahead and performed the secret ceremony in the expectation that many amazing insurance adventures will follow.

WELCOME TO OUR GROUP, LARRY!

Posted by Jerry Savage on May 23, 2014

Duane had a number of thoughts this week:Image

  • Regarding the Rick Miller incident last week – NO FINE due to the arrival of the paramedics – BUT $5 for the arrival of a new granddaughter!
  • $5 for Tony Crowder’s birthday – DINNER AT THE ROYAL OAK! ALL ARE INVITED!
  • It will cost Jill $5 for her anniversary on Monday.
  • $5 fine to Rory for using poor Kate Scorziel to pitch his case to the Legislature.
  • A few Rotarians in the news:
    • Armand with the Indians (?)
    • Geno and Butch at the Water Board presenting the case for NOT instituting a building moratorium.
  • EVER vigilant on highway concerns, Duane made note of the new barriers on Highway 18.

Duane offered a brief remembrance of the Mountain in 1962, with a trip through the Village – and meeting a young Ross Johnstone, the Gay 90s bar, the Pancake House that opened at 2am when the bars closed, and a great remembrance of the “Swing’n Gym.”

Great trip down memory lane!

Posted by Jerry Savage on May 23, 2014

ImageWe had a few PRYDE participants offer a couple of thoughts abut this years program:

Robbie Peterson: “Really liked the presenters, and the dancing!”

Daniel: “REALLY enjoyed the dancing, and learned how to act more responsibly.”

Tyler: “Enjoyed learning great ways to help progress in life.”

Karyn presented a short (!)PRYDE report: We sent 8 students this year, the

 

Noon Club sent 8 and Crestline sent 5. There were 290 in the program this year.

Posted by Jerry Savage on May 15, 2014

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Armand hustled the Rotary Moment into a discussion of the Cheerleaders in the room today – that are really actors and sometimes share the stage with our shameless president. Guest Megan described a bit of their backgrounds as actresses, and each gave us a short bio – it didn’t seem that any started out to be in showbis, but all enjoy being there.

Armand was quick to point out that the girls are currently on stage at the Repertory Theater, and somehow manage to do all of their costume changes on the stage. Including the cheerleader outfits. Everyone was excited to attend until we found out Armand ALSO changes his costumes while on stage.

Posted by Jerry Savage on May 09, 2014

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Cheryl Moxley introduced each of our distinguished Indian Guests, who provided today’s program.

First on their list was the presentation of a banner to Armand and to Cheryl and the wish to “End Polio.” Jack Winston took the opportunity to present a Polio+  pin to Joe Ramos, along with Jim Johnstone.

 

The team presented a great PowerPoint of their local club, and a number of projects they had been involved in their country. They also discussed their incredible fund raising ability with their gifts to the Rotary Foundation, and their many grants and projects.

Armand presented them with our Club Banner, and set up a photo op!

Rudy added that he has been working with or special guests to do a SKYPE connection between a school classroom here and one there.

Posted by Jerry Savage

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