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Volume 1 Issue 5 Feb 24

Volume 1 Issue 5 Feb 24

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 Cathy Lee (left)Bill E Clarkson, Gayle Larson, Patty Hoyt (right)
Volume 1 Issue 5 Newsletter of The Rotary Club of Dougherty Valley/San Ramon February 24, 2010
to Issue 5 of the
Dougherty Valley/San Ramon Sunset Club Newsletter!
 Written by Chandni Adiani, Newsletter Editor & Club Secretary 
 Wednesdays from 5:40 pm (5:15 pm social) to 6:40pm in The Fountain Room at the San RamonCommunity Center (bottom of Bollinger Canyon Road and Alcosta Blvd)
** IMPORTANT Location Change
The next meeting (March 3) will be held at
Iron HorseMiddle School in their Multipurpose Room
(located off the main parking lot, betweenthe gym and admin building).
 Cathy Lee
for being our greeter this week,leading us in the Pledge of Allegiance, and giving an inspirationalpresentation on the Olympic Games, and how it promotessportsmanship, unity, and peace among the five participating regions(represented by the five Olympic rings)!
…more Rotarians and visiting guests! 
to our visiting guests and potential members for attending our meeting:
Ken Mintz
Karen Pinkerton
Robin Kelly 
Carla Cantor
Terry Koehne
Carol Rowley 
 Appointment of Sergeant-at-Arms
Thank you
Gayle Larson
for volunteering to take this position!
Rotary Moment
Every week, a member will be given 2-3 minutes to brief us all ona part of Rotary International. As time progresses, we will becomefamiliar with the organization of RI as a whole, and theopportunities that come along with being a Rotarian. Sign upsheet was passed around; please contact
 Will Doerlich
if youare interested in presenting during an upcoming meeting.
Deepa Willingham Event on March 24
To be held at the San Ramon Presbyterian Church. We are goingto need 4-5 volunteers to help our with the event. Please email
Peter Adiani
Bill Clarkson
if you are interested!
Members Night Out
Still waiting for about 20 people to sign up for a date. You canchoose from March 12, 13, 19, 20 (Fridays and Saturdays). We would like to finalize this by next meeting, so please email
Kimberly Nicola
regarding your preferred date!
Membership, Chip Shabazian and Chris Phillips
Members are now able to input their information on the Rotary website! An automated email was sent to all members with instructions andinformation! Additionally, do invite any of your contacts who you think  will be interested in Rotary!
Facebook Fanpage (and possible Blog?)
 We now have 133 fans on Facebook! That is AWESOME! Our Fanpage isa great place to make comments, write notes, and post any upcomingevents.
Nicole Blazin
is working on our website. She also pitched theidea of having a blog- send her your thoughts/feedback on if a blog is agood idea!
Food at Meetings
 We are looking for new means to bring food and to spend no more than$5 per person (cost of room included). Thank you
Mike Pettuerti
for bringing food last week. Members, email him your ideas about food!
Kimberly NicolaNicole Blazin
Kay Wang
: Congratulations on a successful Chinese New Year Celebration! Five Rotariansshowed Kay support at this event!
PROGRAM SPEAKER: R.I. District Governor Earl Kilmer
Dougherty Valley Rotary would like to thank 
District 5160Governor
Earl Kilmer
for giving an exciting speech on Rotary International, what the foundation can offer us, and what our goalsshould be as a new club! With 24 years in Rotary service, DG EarlKilmer is dedicated to the true cause and origins of Rotary. Hemanages 70 clubs (3 of which are provisional) in District 5160, whichruns from the Oregon border to Davis to Berkeley to San Ramon.There are 1.2 million Rotarians worldwide and 531 districts total. Mr.Kilmer reports directly to the International President 2009-2010,John Kenny of Scotland. As a new club, it is our job and our mission to delve into Rotary International in the next few months and figure out: “What isRotary?” As a Rotarian, each of us now have responsibility towardsour club, our community members, Rotary International, and toourselves! Mr. Kilmer encourages us to individually identify something within Rotary that we are passionate about and to makethe best out of it!He touched on some key resources, such as our presidentand district leaders. But the most important and valuableresource we could possibly have is www.Rotary.organd www.Rotary5160.org. Our district website is a great placeto find out what is happening in the community, how youcan give back, and not to mention, enjoy the fact thatmany R.I. leaders today have sprung from our very ownDistrict 5160!More on Rotary 1.
 ABC’s of Rotary: A: Activities- No activities=No progressB: BodiesC: Cash Without the ABC, a Rotary club will die.2.
Rotary provides us with funding to do our activities. Our financialcommitments to Rotary are invested, with ending income used topay for admin costs. At the end of 3 years of investments, half goes to world fund, and half comes back to our district to be usedfor local projects to improve our local community 3.
P.A.I.N. – Pakistan, Afghanistan, India, and Nigeria are thecountries left with a presence of polio. Rotary’s mission is toeradicate polio around the world. It is Rotary’s responsibility, as anon-political and non-religious organization.4.
GIVING to Rotary is a COMMITMENT, NOT A REQUIREMENT.100% of our donations go towards charity Mr. Earl Kilmer ended with a powerful quote by John Kenny, International President 2009-2010
“Rotarians, the future of Rotary is in your hands!”
DG Earl Kilmer presenting our club with the official Provisional Letter 

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