NEXT MEETING: November 22, 2019
Tom Leatherman is currently the Superintendent at four National Park Service historic sites in the East Bay – Eugene O’Neill National Historic Site, John Muir National Historic Site, Port Chicago Naval Magazine National Memorial and Rosie the Riveter/WWII Home Front National Historical Park.
Tom will provide an overview of Rosie the Riveter/WWII Home Front NHP and talk about past, current and future programs in the community which continue (or seek) to provide lasting impacts and benefits.
MEETING OF November 15, 2019
Our President Elect, Stacey Street, opened the meeting as our President, Jan Brown, was not available due to the passing of her mother-in-law. Please keep Jan and Byron in your thoughts.
Jon Lawlis led us in the Pledge and Herb Cole did the invocation for peace, freedom and justice on earth. Sergeant at Arms Alan Blavins gave a thought for the day.
Jon Lawlis had two Paul Harris Fellow Recognitions today:
First, Darlene Drapkin, received her first Paul Harris Fellow Recognition and Pin for her donation of $1000 to the Rotary Foundation.
Second, Tom Butt received his fourth Paul Harris Fellow Recognition and Pin for over $4000 donated to the Foundation. Tom’s Pin has three sapphires on it.
Stacey attended a dinner last night with the Barsheep – they were excited to hear about our Club 100 Miraflores Project. Thanks Don for leading this effort. We appreciate all you do!
On this day we were happy to welcome our three newest members: Santa Baer, Brian Fay and Gerald Fay!
Happy and Sad Dollars
The Richmond Standard
Darlene Drapkin introduced our Speaker, Mike Aldax, Editor of The Richmond Standard news website. We want to thank Mike for his informative presentation and great work on behalf of the Richmond community!
- Darlene Quenville, Rotating Scribe