The Rotary Club of Glen Ellen-Kenwood P. O. Box 1412 Glen Ellen, California 95442 Web Site: rcgek org John Lem Mon President January 18, 2017



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The Rotary Club of Glen Ellen-Kenwood

P.O. Box 1412 Glen Ellen, California 95442

Web Site: rcgek.org

John Lem Mon President

January 18, 2017
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The Four-Way Test of things we

Think, say, or do:
Is it the truth?

Is it fair to all concerned?

Will it build Goodwill and Friendship?

Will it be Beneficial to all concerned?


OUR PRESIDENT

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President -John LemMon

Past President- Dave Chappell

President Elect-Alec Peters

Secretary- Ann Peters

Treasurer- Tim Holmes

Sergeant-at-Arms- Nicki Artieres
CASHIER

Kathleen Bunte


ROOM SET UP/INSPIRATION

John Meserve


Quoted from President John Kennedy
GREETER/RAFFLE

Beth Brannock


TAKE DOWN/SONG

Deborah Holmes


“We’re The Flintstones” brought a smile to our faces. When are Fred, Betty, and Dino???
Our Mission Statement
To work together in service to our local and global communities while promoting fun and fellowship, social responsibility, and ethical behavior, in an environmentally sustainable

SECOND HALF DUES ARE DUE
Please bring in or mail your check for $100.00 to Treasurer Tim Holmes for the second half of the year.

VISITING ROTARIANS -GUESTS

Introduced by Ann Peterson


Tara Conrow

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Stephen Wolmarans Megan Flautt

PRESIDENT’S ANNOUNCEMENTS
Kathy Flamson from the RC of Calistoga was named as our District 5130 Governor Designate for 2018-2019.
The 2018-2019 Rotary International Theme is” Rotary Makes a Difference”
RC of Glen Ellen-Kenwood will be announcing its 2018-2019 President Designate at the Board Meeting January 25.
All members are being asked to sell tickets and business card sponsors for the Crabfeed in the Cave, as well as finding live and silent auction items
Crushers of Comedy standup comedy will be held on January 28 at the Krug Event Center 5550 Second St. West in Sonoma. Tickets are $20.00 in advance at:

www.crushersofcomedy.com


Kenwood annual Big Heart Dinner will be held on February 3 and will honor Lesley Lem Mon (John’s spouse) at the Deerfield Wine Cave. For tickets go to:

http:kef.schoolauction.net




JANUARY SCARC DINNER
To be held at the Fountaingrove Inn on Fountain Grove from 5:30pm-8:30pm. The theme is “What does Peace Look Like”. Sponsored by the Rotary Club of Sunrise. Go to District 5130 Web Site to reserve your place.
NAME BADGES
We seem to be missing many of your club name badges. Please try to find yours at home or in the car or let Kathleen know so we may order you a new one.
OUR NEW HOME
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We have changed our meeting schedule to twice a month and are meeting at the Kenwood Depot 314 Warm Springs Road in Kenwood on the first and third Wednesdays of each month. We will still be meeting from 5:30-7:00. We will be there until further notice.


PAUL HARRIS ROTARY FOUNDATION

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Adam Reyes has the Foundation Board game up and running for our next meeting. Each square is only $10.00 and after the board is filled the winner will get a fully paid $1,000.00 Paul Harris Foundation Pin and recognition. Please bring your check books to pay for your squares. You may purchase as many as you like!


DUNBAR FOOD PROGRAM

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The program provides food help for some 24 kids and their families every Friday at Dunbar Elementary.


We need help in moving the food on Fridays from Sonoma Boys and Girls Club in Sonoma to Dunbar School from 1:00 to 3:00 as well as staffing the 4:00-5:00 shift to hand out the bags.
NEW WEB SITE

Please check out our new website designed by Alec and Niles:



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www.rcgek.org
GOOD TIMES
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Gordon gave $100.00 from his cousin in honor of his second Bar Mitzvah.


Alec Peters for Gordon’s Barr Mitzvah
Nicki for a wine sponsor
John for Gordon’s Bar Mitzvah
David for Gordon’s Bar Mitzvah
RAFFLE

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Catherine Jefferson held the winning ticket but did not draw the Joker for $200.00.Next week the prize goes up to $292.00 again. You can’t win if you are not here on February 1.

THESE WEEKS SPEAKERS
Our speaker was Holland Gistell is from the Sonoma Ecology Center. She has served the Sonoma Community since 2014 and be spoke on a new community project that will bring people together to reduce flood risks, water pollution, save water, and improve habitat called “NeWt’s”.
Their vision statement is: We envision a future where people, land, water, and wildlife thrive.
Their m is: To work with our community and to identify and lead in environmental use by forming neighborhood water teams.
They will be working on water quality, actions, plans, and chosen actions.

NEXT MEETING SPEAKER

February 1 we will hear Michelle Davis co-founder of G3 Sonoma which is an organization that focuses on the work-life balance, self image, and well being of women.


Club Calendar and Events
Jan 26-Scarc Dinner at the Fountain Grove Inn. The theme will be “What Does Peace look like”. Sponsored by the Fountain Grove morning Rotary Club
Feb 1-Regular meeting Kenwood Depot
Feb 8- Board and Crab Feed meeting at the St. Patrick’s Church at 5:30pm
Feb 15- Regular meeting
Feb 22- Board Meeting at St. Patrick’s Church at 5:00
Mar 1-Regular meeting
Mar 15-Regular meeting
Mar 25-Crab Feed in the Deerfield Cave.
Apr-5-Regular meeting
Apr19-Regular meeting
May 12-14 District 5130 annual conference at Lake Tahoe.
May 20- St. Patrick and Glen Ellen-Kenwood semi annual rummage sale

Preview day May 19.
May 25- GEK to host the Sonoma County Association of Rotary meeting
CLOSING BELL

John rang the closing bell and ended the meeting at 7:00.


JANUARY CLUB DUTIES

Greeter Raffle-Beth Brannock

Set up/Inspiration- John Meserve

Takedown/Song-Deborah Holmes

Cashier-Kathleen Bunte
BULLETIN CORRECTION
Crab Feed is on March 25 and not Feb 24. Thanks to Eagle Eye Dave Chappell.

Avenues of Service

Vocational Service -

International Service - John Meserve- Chair

Community Service - Barney Watkins-Chair

Club Service – Kathleen Bunte - Chair

Youth Service- Don Jayne - Chair

Committees

FoundationAdam Reyes

Fundraising - Dave Chappell

Public Relations – Alec Peters

Membership –Gordon Freedman

ROTARY WEB SITES:

Please look at these web sites to learn more about Rotary locally and internationally. You can learn club locations and meeting times when you travel as well as more about Rotary works to create a better world.


Add the Rotary Club Locator app to you I phone or Android and find a Rotary meeting almost every wear in the world except parts of China and Antarctica.
Rotary International

www.rotary.org
Rotary District

www.rotary5130.org

Our Club

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WHERE ROTARY MEETS

Santa Rosa- Wednesday at noon

Flamingo Hotel



Santa Rosa East- Tuesday at 12:15 Flamingo Hotel

Santa Rosa West- Monday at noon at St. Rose Business Center

Valley of the Moon- Friday at 7:15AM at the Quail Inn in Oakmont

Sonoma- Wednesday at 12:00 at Ramekins 450 W. Spain St.

Healdsburg -Monday at noon at Healdsburg Golf Club at Tayman Park
FIND A ROTARY CLUB MEETING
Download Rotary Club Locator App on your Apple or Android or home computer to find a Rotary Club meeting where ever you travel.
Glen Ellen-Kenwood Directors

Club Service- Kathleen Bunte

Youth Service-Don James

Publicity- Alec Peters

Vocational Service-

Bulletin-Gordon Freedman

PHOTOGRAPHER-John Shigo

Community Service-Barney Watkins

Fellowship-Deborah Holmes

Foundation-Adam Reyes

Fundraising- Dave Chappell

International Service- John Meserve

Membership- Gordon Freedman
SHARE ROTARY WITH A FRIEND

We meet on the first and third Wednesday evening 5:30-7:00 at The Kenwood Depot at 314 Warm Springs Road in Kenwood. Please invite your friends and business associates, women and men who live or work in the Valley of the Moon.


MANY PEOPLE SAID THEY WOULD HAVE JOINED ROTARY HAD SOMEONE ASKED THEM!




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