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Nov 19, 2020
Thailand Co-Coordinator: Rotary Action Group Against Slavery
Nov 26, 2020
Dec 03, 2020
How to Connect Across the Political Divide, Skills and Strategies for Conversations
Dec 10, 2020
The Story of Hanukkah
Dec 17, 2020
The Story of Christmas
Dec 24, 2020
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Jan 07, 2021
Central Coast Community Energy
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MEETING DATE:  October 22, 2020

FLAG SALUTE: Self Pledge of Allegiance
INVOCATION: Glenn Morris
VISITING ROTARIANS: Alice Patino and Virginia Souza

Toyota of Santa Maria / Pinktober: Now through Halloween. Selling decorated pumpkins for Mission Hope to benefit breast cancer.
Theresa Reyburn's grandbaby. Harper Kynlee Trump. A Meal Train and cash donations are being set up to help out the parents. Contact Lee Carroll or Kate Ferguson if you would like to participate.
Drive Thru BOO: October 29 will be here soon and additional volunteers and event decorators are welcomed. Contact Frank Ortiz if you can be of service. So far 22 groups have signed up to hand out candy.
Boys and Girls Club Virtual House Party Fundraising & the Fall Event Schedule.
Canned Food Make Up Donation: Since there will be no Rotary Christmas parade this year, the canned food available to the Salvation Army will be severely diminished. To offset this loss, Mike Gibson will be sending out a virtual clipboard for members to donate cash to help purchase the much needed inventory.
Sips & Sombreros Virtual Auction: November 1 thru November 7. Sponsored by the Noontime Rotary Club and benefitting five worthy local charities (SMV YMCA as an example). To participate, see the information below.
Julie Walker: Celebrated 14 years of marriage and also announced that she now works for ERA Polly. Congratulations Julie! $50
Frank Culley: bought a new truck! This doesn't happen very fact I think he said that it never hassurprise He had nothing but great things to say about David Leroy and his staff at Toyota of Santa Maria for making his buying experience the best ever. As a result, he gladly bragged $100
 No Fines This Week
Mr. Andy Caldwell
Fellow Rotary member Andy Caldwell was our featured speaker this morning. He brought all of us up to date on his campaigning experience thus far and also took a moment to explain his platform and what he would attempt to accomplish if voted in to congress on election day. Mr. Caldwell is the more conservative of the two candidates running. He emphasized that he would represent his constituents needs at all times if elected and would never lose sight of that during his tenure as a congressman. He has had the opportunity to speak at many meetings during these campaign months (virtual and otherwise) and as a result, has gotten to know a wide variety of people that he hadn't had the opportunity of meeting before.
With less than two weeks to go, Andy still exhibits a "full steam ahead" attitude and will keep reaching out to all potential voters until the final campaign minutes tick away. As a final note, if you have not voted as of yet, please keep Andy in mind. He will most definitely work hard for the Central Coast congressional district. Thank you for all your hard work Andy! Our club definitely appreciates you.
Election Day Is November 3

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