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Rotary Newsletter Sep 27 2011

Rotary Newsletter Sep 27 2011

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Rotary Newsletter
President’s Corner
Notes from Dr. Sue
 
Although there was a small crowd (or should I saygathering) at the Campbell Parks and Rec Fun Day, I think thatthose of us who were there had a fun day.
 
This was the firstevent of this type so we know how that can be.
 
There were lotsof high schoolers who were workingat different stations and all of themwho walked by knew
Bob Carlson
 (let
ʼ
s not forget that my informationhas it that he was the Citizen of theYear in Campbell in the not toodistant past)..
 
The Rotary booththat
Jerry Cummings
and Ipersoned was next to
Dr. Jen
ʼ
sChiropractic booth and both wereacross from Sally Howe and Bob.
 
Bill Highley
served at the Tai Chiarea (no unfortunately I didn
ʼ
t geta picture of him tai chi-ing),
KathyWilliamson
was working at theArt Show area, and although hesent me an email that he wouldbe at the tennis courts, I wasn
ʼ
table to find
Jim Neal
.
 
Next year will hopefully be larger.
 
I did,however, sign up to get emails about events at the theatre forthis year so I think we can have few Rotary Socials at thetheater.
 
All of those who worked will be able to use this as amakeup meeting.
 
David, Janine, Marv
, and I met this morning to do a lessonslearned (Intel
ʼ
s name), evaluation, debriefing regarding theValley Flavors Signature Event.
 
We had several great ideas,and I want to have all reports, whether it be decorations,publicity, raffle prizes, restaurant and wine gathering, logistics,and all that went into the organizing and planning of this even,get put into a binder so we can have the information readily atour fingertips for the future.
 
David has already been working onthis.
 
A couple of thoughts from this morning include: more than just wine, perhaps beer (we have a couple of breweries in town)and some soft drinks; do we want to have a bigger event, more
COMINGEVENTS
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1: CHILD ADVOCATES’PICNIC
 Join in for a fun day at Oak Meadow Park cooking andserving a BBQ lunch for theadvocates and children. See
Mark Wagner
for details.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 10DINNER SERVICE
 Join us at the Emergency HousingConsortium’s Boccardo Centeron Little Orchard at 4:30 to helpserve dinner to our homelessneighbors.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20AVENUES OF SERVICE
This great District 5170 eventtakes place at the San JoseDouble Tree Hotel. First eventstarts at 4:45. Dinner is on theclub!
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4:NEXT SPEAKER
Next Tuesday Denise York of PG&E will be here to discuss“Peak Day Pricing.”
AN OCCASIONAL NEWSLETTER
SEPTEMBER 27, 2011
 
Newsletter
Rotary Club of Campbell
 
restaurants, more invitees? Then we have tothink about a bigger place; display tables ofthe community work that our event supportson display in the lobby; feedback from ourrestaurants as to how successful this eventwas for them.
 
These are just some of theideas.
 
If you have any more, please let meknow.
 
Also, start checking out differentrestaurants in the area and over the year getto know them so that when the planning forthe event rolls around next year, you can askthem to participate without it being a
ʻ
coldcall.
ʼ
Also remember, please frequent therestaurants that so generously supported usthis year.
 
Also, if you go, let them know thatyou thank them for participating in our ValleyFlavors event.
 
After all, we are all aboutcommunity outreach.
 
Remember the Avenues of Service event onThursday, October 20.
 
Here are somereasons to attend: Campbell Rotary will bepaying for your dinner ($$$$); we can seewhat other clubs in our area are doingregarding, communication (
Megan Hill
hasagreed to put us on Facebook so get herinformation that can go onto our site);community projects and internationalprojects that are taking place in our District;see the different booths, Interact, all theavenues of service, YMCA/Rotarycollaboration; partnership opportunities thatour club might consider.
 
Phewwww! Oneimportant thing is the Youth ProtectionCertification and LiveScan – our club isgoing to be starting a new adventure ofhaving our own Interact Club and any timewe are having anything to do with youth, theclub members have to have taken andreceived the Certification as well as beingfingerprinted for the same.
 
Rather than runaround to police departments or privatecompanies who do fingerprinting, we caneasily get it done at the conference ($25paid for by you).
 
This is mandatory for allnew Red Badgers, not to mention to olderblue badgers who have not yet done so.
 
You know me, I want to make sure that weare in compliance with the rules andregulations. I will be passing around thesheet for you to sign up at our meeting.
 
The final date for Grant applications iscoming soon, October 31.
 
Bill Mahan
willbe talking about the new process that ourclub is implementing for this.
 
If you haveany great ideas for grants contact BillMahan.
 
We are starting to have theopportunity to participate more, so let
ʼ
s getcreative.
 
David Keller
and I both enjoyedthe Turkey trip when we went for our WaterProject that Kit started when she waspresident.
 
Ravi has had dreams of a DigitalVillage in India.
 
I am all for another trip!!
 
Remember today is our Club Assembly.
 
New ideas, new plans, and new systems.
 
(Oh, by the way, any thoughts of having ourmeeting on a different day? I haven
ʼ
t evenmentioned this to the Board yet!! Don
ʼ
t tell.)
 
“  
Remember theAvenues of Serviceevent on Thursday,October20. . . .CampbellRotary will be payingfor your dinner($$$$)!”
PRESIDENT’S CORNER
SEPTEMBER 27, 2011
 
Future Featured Guests
10/4/11 Denise York, PG&E, Peak Day Pricing Bill Ellington10/11/11 Darrell Monda, Stroke Awareness Bill Highley10/18/11 DR. SUE’S CHOICE10/25/11 Tiago Moules, Silicon Valley/SJ Business Journal Sharon D’Amico11/1/11 Nan Su, speaking on Traditional Chinese Culture Bettina Kohlbrenner 11/8/11 Charles Schafer, The Sierra Club James Everrts11/15/11 Subash Khanijow, Taking Care of Yourself Through Meditation Perry Ropp11/22/11 THANKSGIVING FELLOWSHIP11/29/11 Sue Runsvold, Turning Wheels for Kids Neil Reid12/6/11 DR. SUE’S CHOICE12/13/11 Larry Hayes, Editor of “Active Over 50” magazine John Shannon12/20/11 HOLIDAY FELLOWSHIP12/27/11 DARK--NO MEETING1/3/12 Chris Finn, Wheelchair Sports/Power Soccer David Keller 1/10/12 Hank Trisler, “No Bull Selling” Kay Chelboun1/17/12 Tom Sidle, Silicon Valley Elec. Auto Assoc. //Electric Cars Jerry Cummings1/24/12 Bob Carlson, Citizens Schools Janine Payton1/31/12 Dr. Sue’s Choice2/7/12 Student Speech Contest Janine Payton2/14/12 Valentine’s Day Sweetheart Luncheon2/21/12 TBD, Santa Clara Valley Water District Fred Meyer 2/28/12 Dave Weller, Wellness Sharon D’Amico3/6/12 Area 8 Student Speech Contest Janine Payton3/13/12 David Rader, The Saga of the Space Frontier Rex Osborne3/20/12 Dr. Sue’s Choice3/27/12 Andres MacKinzie, Santa Clara County Open Spaces Janine Payton4/3/12 Susan Krane, Director, San Jose Museum of Art Alan Tannenbaum4/10/12 Tammy Janosik, Executive Director, RotaCare Bay Area Bill Highley
5 Minute “Vocational Talks”Oct. 4
 Jennifer Carauddo
Oct. 11
 Jerry RossOct. 18
Del Hocker
Oct. 25
Debbie DavisNov. 1
 Jason Baker
Nov. 8
Bill EllingtonNov. 15
 Jim Morelan
Nov. 22
 Jim Neal

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