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MEETING DATE:  July 21, 2022

MEETING CALLED TO ORDER: Past President Mike Gibson
FLAG SALUTE: Kelli Briggs

GUESTS OF ROTARIANS: Anthony Ojeda, Mason Frakes & Andrea Mobley
Andy Caldwell receives his 8th Paul Harris Fellow Award from
PDG Frank Ortiz
The Paul Harris Fellow recognition award acknowledges individuals who contribute,
or who have contributions made in their name,of $1,000 (or multiples thereof) to the Rotary Foundation.
Mason Frakes - Newest Member
This morning Mason Frakes (Real Estate Broker) was inducted into our club by Past President Mark Jackson. Past President Pat McDermott was his sponsor. All are pictured here with acting President Mike Gibson
Come One, Come All!
The 'Y' is sponsoring their 43rd annual "FUN"RAISER Golf Tournament!
The event will be conducted on September 9 at 12 Noon at Santa Maria Country Club.
There is something for everyone, golfer or not.  Check out the details @:
Rotating Dinners: are once again being organized and scheduled. If you have an interest in hosting and/or being a guest, please notify Kate Ferguson so that she can get you (and your significant other) signed up.
Toyota Movie Night: July 29, 8:15 PM, Encanto. Mark your calendar if interested.
National Law Enforcement Night Out: Tuesday August 2 at Rotary Park
Day In The Park: Sunday August 14th at Waller Park. Contact Ed Carcarey for more details.
AHC Rodeo Team Fundraising Dinner: Our club has bought two tables, we just need to fill the seats. Contact Tim Staffel if you think that you would like to attend.
Shoes for Students: Golf tournament and dinner. Sunday September 11. Contact Kate Ferguson if you would like to attend
Rotary District Conference: November 18 - 20 at the Santa Barbara Hilton. Our club will pay for your registration if you would like to attend. Contact Frank Ortiz for more information.
Christmas Parade of Lights: Mark your calendars for Saturday December 3rd, that's when the parade will happen this year. All Rotarians are needed to make sure that we turn out a successful event. Clipboard sign ups will be appearing as the event gets closer.
Martin Testa: The Testas recently returned from an off roading event to Bryce Canyon and Moab. They also went to Cancun for a wedding. Had a great time! $50
Doug Palmer: he and Kathy celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a trip to Paris, France. What a way to celebrate...congratulations!!!  $100
Ed Carcarey: his son's water polo team did great in the Water Polo Junior Olympics. He is very proud of his son and the team. $50
Tim Staffel: after 24 years on the bench, Tim is finally retiring from being a judge. He and Colleen bought a new weekend place in Pismo and they are looking forward to his new free time. $100
Matt Diel: celebrated his 10 year wedding anniversary. He and his wife will be taking a two week trip to Alaska. $50
Leonard Champion: returned from a 20 mile backpacking trip to Big Sur. He also celebrated his 26th wedding anniversary. $52
David Leroy: for being at Giants stadium (I think?)..Anyway, $30
Frank Ortiz: for wearing Shannon Seifert's glasses in public. $30
Pat McDermott: How much are two French francs worth? He didn't $30
Mark Jackson: didn't brag about flying a new flag on his newly installed flag pole at work. $30
Kelli Briggs: didn't know who was on the cover of the new Rotarian magazine. Answer: the first woman national president Jennifer Jones. $30
John Everett ($10), Mason Frakes ($10), Steve Fuhring ($10) and Leonard Champion ($30) didn't know that District 5240 has 70 clubs and 3,000 members
Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse
Andrea Mobley
"The Mentor Program" provides positive interaction and support to vulnerable youth in 3rd thru 8th grades by matching them up with trained adult volunteers. All mentors need to spend at least one hour a week with the child. Talk to students about issues and concerns. Help work on school assignments. Set goals and enjoy each others company in a positive environment. To be a mentor you need to complete an application. Undergo a thorough evaluation and receive formal training. If interested in volunteering, please contact Andrea at (805) 357-5777 
Pat McDermott & Kelli Briggs

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