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Moraga Rotary Newsletter -- Sept 11 2012

Moraga Rotary Newsletter -- Sept 11 2012

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Here is the newsletter for the Rotary Club of Moraga, CA for Sept 11th. Our speaker was David Hatfield the founder of the Hilton Pre-school and Nairobi, Kenya
Here is the newsletter for the Rotary Club of Moraga, CA for Sept 11th. Our speaker was David Hatfield the founder of the Hilton Pre-school and Nairobi, Kenya

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September 11, 2012
Next Meeting: September 18Bob Foxall onThe Moraga Road InitiativeInvocation & Greeter: Barbara Bruner
 
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COMING UP
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Sept. 18
 –
Board of Directors Meeting at 5:00 Trinity Hall*Sept. 25
 –
Charles Waigi
 –
Asante Africa Foundation*Regular weekly luncheon in Soda Center
GUESTS
Linda May
 –
guest of President Frank
Linda Campbell
 –
honorary member 
Ron Schopke -
guest of Louise Schopke
Lou Roessler -
honorary member 
Carol Irwin
 –
guest of Gary Irwin
 
BUSINESS MEETING
The meeting was opened by
Herb Wehmeyer
with anappropriate thought about the 11
th
anniversary of theWorld Trade Center terrorist attack on the USA, and thepledge to the flag. Announcements:1.
President Frank
announced the death of 
PatCopeland
, the wife of former Moraga Rotary President
Aubrey Copeland
. A Celebration of her Life will be heldat noon on Friday 9/14 at the Moraga Country Club.2. President Frank also announced that that
SarahBarnard
, wife of 
Colin
, is having kidney surgery soon.3. President Frank and
Debbie Roessler
attended aRotaract meeting
at St. Mary’s College, and they
requested continued support of that Club from our members. They also said that their faculty advisor andPaul Harris Fellow
Mary Vollmer
is expecting a baby inabout three weeks, their first.4.
Rich Render
reported that S
aturday’s e
-wastecollection was a bit slow in the morning but got quite busyin the afternoon. The mix of waste is changing
not as
many large screen TV’s as in previous years, and more
boxes to be shredded. Rotary workers beside ChairmanRich were
Tony Schoemehl (both shifts), KevinReneau, Lad Lynch, Frank May, Cliff and Mary ElenaDochterman, Grant Shoaf, Herb Wehmeyer, & DebbieRoessler
. We’ll know our take and the tonnage in about
a month.5. 5. Tentative dates for the Christmas Stocking projectare: 10/2
Cut and sew; 12/1
Decorate; & 12/16
Stuff and potluck dinner. Mark your calendars!6.7. 6.
Rotary Day” at Golden Gate
Fields, Sat. Nov. 17 is afun event. Dining in the Turf Club. Cost is $35 for a dayof racing and lunch!8.7. A sign-up sheet for the
Patio Party at Sue McCaffrey’s
 on Sunday, September 23 at 5:30 pm was distributed.If you were not at the meeting, and plan to attend theevent, please sign up next week or call
DebbieRoessler
. Just $10 per person.8
Grant Shoaf
reported that donations in memory of theslain CHP officer may be made at any branch of Mechanics Bank, including his at the Safeway.9.
President Frank
is planning a committee meeting for  A Nite at the Races (March 16, 2013) and for theMembership committee (late Sept).
HAPPY BUCKS AND FUN STUFF
Rotarians came to the meeting loaded with HappyBucks and other cash, as follows:
Kevin Reneau
, for his superstar son in midgetfootball;
Lad Lynch
, for the UCLA breakout gameon national TV in the Rose Bowl;
Frank May
for taking 100% Scot
Linda
to the Scottish Games inPleasanton and getting their quota of bagpipe musicand haggis for the year;
Jim Campbell
, for justbeing Scottish;
Gary Irwin
for the excellent golfingon Monday of several Rotarians (excluding himself);and
Al Simonsen, Herb Wehmeyer, and TonySchoemehl
for owing up to their great golfingperformance as called out previously.Confessions:
Grant Shoaf
offered a High Five for a
vacation in Hawaii, and since we didn’t have the
Wheel at the meeting, he got away with it.
RichRender
offered $20 for his new old car--a 1995 MBZwith A/C, FM, and fuel injection, to replace his oldold car which evidently was steam powered as itsuffered from vapor lock often.

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