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Rotary Club of Albuquerque Del Norte

Celebrating 20 years of service in the community, the workplace,
and throughout the world!
February 23,1988 - February 23, 2008

The Northwind Volune 22, Issues 46 & 47
May 16 & 23, 2008

Rotary International
On the Horizon May 2008
May 21: Meeting at the Marriott (Louisiana & I-40) Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
President: Wilfred J. Wilkinson
¨ ROD - Jim Melberg;
District 5520 Speaker - Eric Griego, Executive Director, Shaded boxes indicate meeting will be held at the
Hilton Hotel located at I-40 & University,
1 2 3 New Mexico Voices for Children
Nort hWind

Governor: Jackie Morgan May 28: Meeting at the Hilton (University & Menaul) 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Lt. Governor: Fred Bryant R.O.D. Larry

Assistant Governor.: Marti Bass
¨ ROD - Vivian Lahiri; Board Mtg.
Strickland District E-

Executive Director: Loren Kuehne Speaker - Dale Tinker, Executive 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

Director, New Mexico Pharmacists Association
Mother’s Cookout on NorthWind
the Terrace

Rotary Club of Albuquerque Del June 4: Meeting at Event Palace Day @ the Marriott posted

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Norte ¨ ROD - Dick Guilbert; R.O.D.
Jennifer Rose
Officers of the
Speaker - Keith Edwards, VP of Revenue Month

Club Officers
Development, Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce 25 26 27 28 29 30 31
President: Greg Chalmers
Memorial R.O.D.
June 11 Meeting at Event Palace
Vivien Lahiri
Rotary Office
President-Elect: Donette Wagner Closed

Vice President: Chuck Brown ¨ ROD & Speaker: Jennifer Rose
Secretary: .Lee Dunsirn June 18: Meeting at Event Palace
Treasurer: Mike Eskew ¨ ROD - TBA
Past President: James Morrison
Don’t miss these fascinating programs and scrumptious lunches. Details on page 2.
International: .Jim Asperger
Vocational: Judit Alvernaz-Nagy Rotary Night at Symphony Under the Stars!
Community: Mollie Papen-Eatinger
Youth Services.: Debbie Righter NMSO is celebrating its 75th Anniversary with a wonderful
Club Service: Maureen Anderson concert under the stars at the Albuquerque Zoological Park on
Membership: Michael MacDonald Saturday, May 24,2008. What a great place to enjoy the
Sgt.-at-Arms: Darcy Savage patriotic music chosen for this event. Gates open at 6:30 pm,
so come and enjoy a potluck picnic (chicken provided) prior to
Interact Club Sponsored the concert at 8:00 pm. Tickets are $25 (seating in chairs) or
Sandia High School Interact $15 for open lawn. You will be billed for this event in July. Sign-up sheets were collected
at our May 14th meeting; however, you may still contact Maureen Anderson at
Meeting Schedule 298-1910 to get tickets being distributed at the May 21st meeting.
Wednesdays, 12:00 noon
Call our office (344-9162) for locations Getting Ready to Say Goodbye
After more than 5 years of dedicated service as Executive IN THIS ISSUE
Office Hours Director of The Greatest Rotary Club in the World, Jennifer Great Programs
Monday — Friday 9am — 3pm, will soon be on her way to life in Virginia and the fast pace of on the Horizon
except Wednesdays (9am-10am) Symphony Under the Stars
Washington, D.C. Her last meeting is June 11th at the Event We Bid Adios
Palace where she will act as Rotarian of the Day and thrill us to Jennifer
The NorthWind is published on the Profiles
with her very engaging speech on a topic that pertains to all
1st & 3rd Friday of each month by
Jennifer Rose, Executive Director: of us. Don’t miss this meeting and your chance to say
Phone: 505-344-9162 goodbye to Jennifer and the boys and shower them with best
Fax: 505-281-1574 Rotary Musts! Is it the TRUTH? ¨ Bring a guest to Rotary! Your guest may be a future Rotarian! Is is FAIR to all
¨ If you aren’t a Paul Harris Fellow, why not? Become one today. concerned?
Lee Dunsirn Profiles - Our Upcoming Speakers
Exclusive Agent
Allstate Insurance Company Eric Griego (May 21st Program)
4909C Ellison NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109 After earning his Masters in Public Administration from
the University of Maryland, Mr. Griego was twice awarded
Phone: 505.345.3383
Customer Service Cell: 505.400.1779
the prestigious Exceptional Achievement Award by the US
Fax: 505.345.0624
Dept.of Labor where he served as an International
Email: Economist. As an Albuquerque City Counselor, Eric
Auto. Home. Business & Life sponsored close to 200 bills and worked with his collegues
to pass over 80% of them. In addition to numerous political
appointments and achievements, he has been practicing,
teaching and studying public policy, including working at
the local, state, national, and international levels for almost
two decades.

Dale Tinker (May 28th Program)

After graduating from the University of New Mexico with
a Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture, Mr. Tinker served as
Executive Vice President of the Albuquerque
Homebuilders’ Association, Executive Director of the
Associated Builders and Contractors of New Mexico. He
currently serves as Executive Director of the New Mexico
Pharmacists Association. He was awarded “Honorary
Pharmacist” in 1997 by the New Mexico Board of
Pharmacy, received the Ernie Welch Award from the New
Our Books Are a Hit! Mexico Pharmacists Association in 2005. He was also
recognized by the American Society of Association
We received a wonderful thank you note from
Executives in 1988 for creation of the “Student Loan Fund”
the Ronald McDonald Family Room in the Bill
for students at the College of Pharmacy, and UNM Health
and Barbara Richardson Pavilion of UNM
Sciences Center as Pathways Recipient for an individual
Hospital for our ongoing donation of children’s
in 1998 and for an organization in 1996. In addition to his
books signed by our speakers at each meeting. Way
participation in various community groups, Mr. Tinker has
to go, Rotary del Norte!
been a member of the New Mexico Prescription
Improvement Coalition since 2005.
Lee Dunsirn
Exclusive Agent Our guest speakers are sharing their knowledge with us. Let’s
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Albuquerque, NM 87109
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Will it build GOOD WILL and better relationships?
Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?
Advertising Opportunities!
Membership Directory (a.k.a — The Yellow Pages)
The 2nd Annual printing of the Membership Directory is coming up. PLEASE update your contact information with Jennifer ASAP! All we need
to complete it are a few good ads! Advertisements should be submitted electronically to Jennifer as a jpeg file. Questions can be directed to
either Michael Madanick or Jennifer. Deadline to submit ads has been extended to May 21st. You will be billed for the ads in July.

Full Page Ad (7.5” tall x 4” wide) $100
Half Page Ad (3” tall x 4” wide) $50
NorthWind Advertising
The new Rotary year is around the corner. That means it’s time to place your ad in the new NorthWind! All ads need to be submitted
electronically to Jennifer as a jpeg file.
Business Card Ad (2” tall x 3” wide) $150/year or $40/quarter
Quarter Page Ads can be run by the quarter only for $75/quarter

There will be a cap placed on the number of ads run in the NorthWind. All advertising will be placed on a first come first served basis. You need
to have those ads in to Jennifer, not an e-mail saying you want an ad. Deadline to submit NorthWind ads is June 1. You will be billed in July.

Don’t forget that you can also run a classified ad for only $10 an issue. This is a great way to promote your favorite non-profit’s fundraiser or
to let everyone know about an upcoming yard sale!

Brand Marketing

Through the Creative Use

of Promotional Products
fax 505-828-3997
R otary Cl ub o f Al buque rque D e l N orte
P.O. Box 3951
Albuquerque, NM 87190-3951

Celebrating 20 years of service in the
community, the workplace, and throughout
the world!
February 23, 1988 — February 23, 2008

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