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MEETING DATE: January 7, 2021

FLAG SALUTE: Self Pledge of Allegiance

GUESTS OF ROTARIANS: J.R. Killigrew (Program Speaker)
Kevin Walthers: Breakfast Rotarians helped AHC students prepare 1,000 bags of groceries that were given out to needy families.
Kevin Walthers: Bragged $200 on everyone who helped with the AHC grocery food share project.
Mark Schneider: Is very honored and proud to be selected as Santa Maria's new Police Chief $50
Jason Stillwell: matched Mark's brag amount as he is also happy that he was selected as Police Chief $50
Mark Jackson: bragged $25 on everyone that showed up on Sunday and helped take down our "Christmas in the Country" display and store it away until the next Christmas season.
Peter Kang: This youngster had a recent birthdaylaugh  $37
Laurie Tamura: and her husband celebrated their 42nd wedding anniversary on December 27. Congratulations! $42
Mike Gibson: celebrated his birthday and added a fundraising option to his Facebook account to raise much needed funds to the SB County Foodbank, Not only did he have a great day but also raised $2,730 for the worthy cause. Great job Mike! $27
Leonard Champion: bragged on his new job title which is "AHC Fire Academy Coordinator". $100
Pat McDermott: was proud to share his garage with his grandson's new jeep. Luckily there was plenty of room for itwink President Swack still thought it was worth a $30 fine.
Shannon Seifert: An ancient newspaper clipping (in fact, I think it's this close to turning to dust) surfaced this week. In the photo Shannon is seen getting thoroughly excited about an upcoming Jazzercise class. Is that even a thing anymore?? Anyway, $30 for her as wellfrown
Central Coast Community Energy
Presented by J.R. Killigrew
This morning Mr. Killigrew spoke about the new energy program that CCCE and the city of Santa Maria have put together. When the program goes online in early 2021, energy and it's cost will now be filtered through this company. Customers will now have a first-ever choice for an electricity provider and the opportunity to turn electricity needs into economic and environmental benefits for our home, business and community. After the presentation Mr. Killigrew answered questions from our members.

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