Official Weekly Bulletin of the Rotary Club of Lafayette, CA
May 8, 2014 | VOL 68 | ISSUE 41

D-D-Debbie Cooper, looking quite Czarina-like with her hair down, opened the mtg, and Bud(love that name) Molthrop acted as greeter and gave his thought for the day, as this Buddy slaved away over the notes for the meeting. Meanwhile Grant(red badger)Stubblefield hustled the members for signatures toward his blue badge. Peggy took Bob Aguilar's place as Raffler.
Visiting Rotarians: Dr. Ron Light, a frequent visitor, considered by most to be a full fledged Lafayette Rotary member.

Guests: Erin Martin, soon to be a red badger


Annc'ed : John Sherry spoke of the district conference that he attended with Bob Shusta and Dave Abrahams, reportedly one of the best in his tenure as a Rotarian.
Bob S. Reminded us of the upcoming Bored Mtgs, the next being a combined one with outgoing and incoming boards.
Jay L. Spoke of Taste of Lafayette, a tasty town if ever there was one.
Debbie spoke of the Boche Ball tourney in Martinez. Join the teams!
Mike Henn told us of the fishing trip on the Bay. I'll be there at 5am on Monday looking for Halibut and Striper.
Mo Levich told us of the Jeremiah O'Brien trip, now 1/2 price.
Larry Blodgett told us of his dad's trials with a recent diagnosis of Cancer and would appreciate well wishes.
Jay L. Told us the school measures had both passed.

Fines and Happy Dollars: our honorary "most frequently fined member", Maurice Williams, was fined for his 7 series BMW. He was found to be dirt poor after the payments so was excused for this week.
Terry Ring was saddened by Cal Rugby's loss. GO BEARS!!!
Anna went on a bike ride and kayaking in Yosemite, family in tow.
Mike Heller expressed pleasure over the Lafayette Carwash, Jesse Wellen seconded that emotion, being the owner.
Diane Barbera recently got engaged and rescheduled her wedding due to a conflict with the Laf. Art and Wine Festival.
Andy Scheck is happy for his success in the bee business.
Alicia C. Was in Hawaii putting on the Ritz for a wedding.
Chuck Vogel spoke with pride of his new deck from Terry Rings construction. Mary Vogel was apparently less sure due to two knots in the wood! Picky, picky, picky!

In place of the usual speaker, Dick Holt and John Sherry spoke of the "Concert at the Res" this Saturday and all the details there of. By the time you read this, the event will have been the best concert event ever. Mark my words! These guys have worked their hearts out once again and deserve all the praise we can give them. Donations anyone? Knuck, knuck!!

Raffle: Jackpot of $25, $2-Jesse Wellen, $5- Peggy who then won the Jackpot(the fix is on!)

And that's how it went down according to this worn and torn notetaker.
Gotta love ya all, Buddy.


Rotary International News Other News: Club Calendar

Peace Corps and Rotary kickoff historic collaboration

John Osterlund (far left) and Ron Burton watch as Peace Corps Acting Director Carrie Hessler-Radelet and Rotary International General Secretary John Hewko sign a letter of collaboration on a one-year pilot program in the Philippines, Thailand, and Togo.
Photo Credit: Rotary International/Alyce Henson

In an effort to promote global development and volunteer service, Rotary and Peace Corps have agreed to participate in a one-year pilot program in the Philippines, Thailand, and Togo.

Under the agreement, Rotary clubs and Peace Corps volunteers are encouraged to share their resources and knowledge to boost the impact of development projects in these three countries.

Opportunities for collaboration include supporting community projects, training, networking, and community education. Through the Peace Corps Partnership Program, Rotary clubs can continue to provide small grants to support volunteers and their communities. 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
Ron D. Burton . . . . . . .RI President
Steve Lack . . . .
Dist 5160 Governor
Debbie Cooper . . . . . . . . President
Chuck Vogel . . . . . Past President
Buddy Brodwin . . . . . . Club Service
Greg Vaisnor . . . President Elect
Bob Shusta . . . . . .Secretary Excu.
Norma Evans . . . . . . . . Secretary
Greg Vaisnor . . . . . . .  . Treasurer
Ronald Wake . . .Rotary Found. Chair
Maurice Williams
Community Service
Terry Ring
. . . . International Service
Dino Riggio 
. . . . Vocational Service
Anna Stevenson
. 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

5-15 Jim Carley, How to make your retirement funds last a lifetime
5-22 Kevin Nelson author, "Lunches with Mr. Q."

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 Buddy Brodwin | Photos John Sherry