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MEETING DATE: September 16, 2021

MEETING CALLED TO ORDER: President James Thomas
VISITING ROTARIANS: No visiting Rotarians

GUESTS OF ROTARIANS: Rosie Rojo and Matt Diel
OCAF Chalk Festival: Saturday September 25th, 2021 - 10:00 AM- 3:30 PM On the last Saturday in September, Old Town Orcutt turns into an explosion of chalk art masterpieces, live music, public art, and community engagement.
Betty Miller: Mentioned that PCPA has announced their holiday season and their holiday show will be A Secret Garden. Betty will be organizing a Rotary Club event for Friday December 3rd. She will be sending around a sign-up clip board beginning in October.
Christmas Parade of Lights: Is tentatively scheduled for December 4, 2021. Please add this to your calendar as everyone will be needed if this goes forward, Mike Gibson should have a firm yes/no answer from county/city officials by October 15.
Today's Rotary Minute: Jim Small presented this weeks Rotary Minute. He spoke about the benefits of the Los Prietos camp for troubled youth.
Jason Stillwell: bragged $20 on Jim Small and his "Rotary Minute"
Tim Seifert: recently returned from a great vacation where he went fishing and apparently caught one fish??? (at least that's what I heard)  $50
Roberto Rodriguez: bragged on David Leroy for letting the Boys & Gorls Club use the Toyota meeting room for their planning session. $50
Mark Jackson: bragged his 38th wedding anniversary. $38
Kate Ferguson: bragged on a very successful Shoes for Students golf tournament. She was also happy to present Leonard Champion the trophy for the fire department that bested the golf efforts of the police department (Marc Schneider). $100
Mike Moats: had a lengthy three part brag that involved dry rot, Catalina Island and his 73rd birthday. $100
Terri Stricklin: bragged on her 41st wedding anniversary. $41
Laurie Tamura: bragged on her son's wedding and her husband Jeff's recent "cancer free: diagnosis (awesome news!!). $50
Shannon Seifert: was also very happy to announce the financial results of the YMCA golf tournament. It was very successful!!!....thanks to everyone involvedlaugh $150
Peter Kang: bragged on his 5 year wedding anniversary. $25
Leonard Champion: apparently there was a "shady" tee shot that was caught on video (Oopssurprise). $30
Patrice Mosby and Mark Clarke: for failing to brag on their golf ball drop winnings. $30 each
 Angels Foster Care
Julianne Moreno (Rotary member) from Angels Foster Care was our program presenter this morning. She spoke about her organization and how they help develop quality temporary living situations for the many children in our county that are in need. Their motto is " Give a family to a child, not a child to a family". They deal with children from birth to age three and sibling sets up to age five. To do this properly, they recruit, train and support foster families so that a high percentage success rate can be obtained. A check for $500 was presented to the non profit organization after the presentation. If you feel that you can help by volunteering or donating to the cause, please contact for more details
And the winners are.......
Mark Jackson and Rich Watson

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