Official Weekly Bulletin of the Rotary Club of Lafayette, CA
May 23, 2013 | VOL 67 | ISSUE 42

Meeting opened by President Chuck Vogel at 12:35 pm

Greeter John opended with the thought of the day:
A Journey of 1000 miles is too far to walk.

Visiting Rotarians:
Mrs. And Cliff Dochtorman, Debbie Rossler, Ron Melvin,
Visitors: Matt Schriner, Al Webster, Ben Bueler


Chuck Vogel: Please help support Moore Oklahoma Rotary
After passing the hat we collected $331

ANNOUNCEMENTS: Buddy’s Birthday- Bill Aames to sing Happy Birthday!
We received a nice thank you note from Iris
Moe Levich- Sunday May 26th at the Livermore Airport- Kids and family welcome –Plane flyover
ANNA- HAPPY $ AND FINES!!!
Jay- grateful no tornado in local forecast
Coffee with Mayor 8am Friday
Thank you Larry!
Thank you – club is growing
ANDY- Cell phone and parents back from vacation
BILL AAMES-missed singing lessons
TOM HENRY- Glad to be back at meeting. Son and family were on LETS MAKE A DEAL and won a car.
MIKE- Larry and Cliff are here and thank you for a TASTE OF LAFAYETTE
MOE- Avoided traffic ticket from police
Chief- Rebuttal – get Moe!!!!!!!
LARRY- Taste of Lafayette, Orchard Nursery, Anna and Kirk, son graduating St. Marys
TERRY- Tried to cash $100 bill and now has extra cash for club, wife thank you note!
JAY- Welcome back Lisa!
SPEAKER-Mr. Cliff Dochtermann Former Rotary International President
Spoke of Rotary service being relevant, kind, caring in your heart, for the betterment of community.
Make a commitment to build a better community!
Raffle- $2-Greg $5- Anna

Meeting closed at 1:30pm


Rotary International News Other News: Club Calendar

Hiroshima peace forum notes that peace begins with you

By Arnold R. Grahl 
Rotary News -- 20 May 2013
Past RI President Luis Giay (left), RI President Sakuji Tanaka (center), and Rotary Foundation Trustee Chair Wilfrid J. Wilkinson (right) placed wreaths in Hiroshima Memorial Park during the third Rotary Global Peace Forum 17 May. Giay served as chair and convener of the forum. Photos courtesy of Noriko Futagami, The Rotary-no-Tomo

In a ceremony heavy with symbolism, RI President Sakuji Tanaka joined other Rotary and community leaders 17 May in laying a wreath in Hiroshima Memorial Park, dedicated to the victims of the atomic bomb dropped on the city during World War II.

The subject of peace has been at the heart of Tanaka’s year as Rotary’s president. A member of the Rotary Club of Yashio, Japan, Tanaka selected Peace Through Service as RI’s theme for his year, and he organized three global peace forums to motivate Rotarians and others, particularly youth, to work for peace in their daily lives. read

The Four Way Test
Of the things we think, say or do:
1. Is it the TRUTH?
2. Is it FAIR to all concerned?
3. Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
4. Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?
Officers & Directors
Sakuji Tanaka . . . . . . .RI President
Laura Day . . . . .
Dist 5160 Governor
Chuck Vogel. . . . . . . . . President
Troy Fedderson. . . . Past President Club Service. . . . .  .Buddy Brodwin
Debbie Cooper . . . President Elect
Bob Shusta . . . . . . . . Secretary
Greg Vaisnor . . . . . . .  Treasurer
Chuck Vogel . . . . Membership Chair
Maurice Williams
Community Service
Terry Ring
. . . . International Service
Dino Riggio 
. . . . Vocational Service
Alicia Cragholm
. . Sergeant at Arms
Give Hope - Give A Hand
The Rotary Club of Lafayette donates an LN-4 Prosthetic Hand in the name of our speakers each week.
The LN-4 Prosthetic Hand transforms lives and empowers those who have lost hands and limbs due to land mines, birth defects, and other catastrophes.
Make Up Meetings
and locations of nearby clubs:
http://rotary5160.org/clubs/where-clubs-meet/
Upcoming Speakers

5/30 – Michael Barrington6 6/6 - Buddy Brodwin – Sleep Apnea
6/13 – Buddy Burke – The unique flying machine

Local & District Events
Rotary International Events
Birthdays
05/01    Jay Lifson
05/28    Margaret Harbarth
05/31    Don Anderson
Anniversaries
05/4    Anna Stevenson
Greeters

 Notes by Harold Bauer | Photos John Sherry