Rotario - November 24,2016

Dear Rotarians and Friends,   

Welcome to our latest Rotario newsletter. Once again it is a pleasure keeping you informed of our club activities in the coming weeks.

Our club will be Dark this week in observance of Thanksgiving

Have a safe and enjoyable Holiday weekend. Our next meeting will be a mixer on Thursday Dec.1

Last Week was busy, starting with our Board meeting on Tuesday 11/15

One of the highlights of the meeting was the confirmation that our Holiday Party will be moving to the Bridge House and will occur on December 15.  A sign-up sheet will be circulated at our next meeting and we already have over 20 names on the sheet. Complete Board Meeting minutes are available on our web site.

Next was the Area Foundation Dinner on Wednesday 11/16

Assistant District Gov. Dennis Geare hosted the event and did a terrific job coordinating the agenda as well as introducing the various speakers. 15 of our club members attended and three of our members were honored for achieving another Paul Harris milestone.. They were Ron Knaus, Past President Robin Milam, and former District Gov. Dave Denny.

Most Recently, on Saturday, September 19 President Walt convened a Club Assembly at the National Hotel.

The meeting centered around discussions on how to provide leadership for the 2017 - 2018 calendar year and produced very significant results, as many members of the 15 who attended volunteered for additional duties. The most significant was that Cathy Wilcox Barnes has offered to become our new President Nominee. Also, Tricia Dellis offered to be the next Treasurer, and Stacy Drake has offered to become our new Membership Committee  Chair. Review a summary of the Assembly results (link is external).    
 


Registrar Needed for the Girls Who Code Club.                                                           

The Girls Who Code club has been going very well, and we are now preparing for a Spring 2017 session. Dave Bunje could use assistance receiving and listing responses from girls who want to join. This is a brief at-home on-the-computer task, using Goggle Docs or similar so others can have access. Dave is learning this part of the process, too, so we can learn together! Occasional work with the club could be a pleasant side benefit. Contact Dave at davebunje@gmail.com or 530-409-2925. Thanks!

Salvation Army Bell Ringers wanted in front of SPD on Dec. 17

To accomplish this, we'll meed at least 8 volunteers for this event.  If you are interested please contact President Walt via stickew446@sbcglobal.net or sign up at our next meeting.

Baja - Los Barriles Update

The dates for our work project in Los Barriles - Baja, Mexico have been firmed up.  They are March 23 - 28. More details will be forthcoming.

Nevada City Rotary Board Actions

Stay informed about actions your Nevada City Rotary Board of Directors is taking.  Minutes of Board Meetings and Club Leadership Retreats for the past year along with survey results, Club Bylaws, Nevada City Rotary Foundation 501 (c) 3 status and other documents are available in our "Members Only" section of our NCRotary.org website at  http://ncrotary.org/club/board-actions.  If you need assistance remembering your user ID and password, contact Robin or reply to this newsletter.

Area 4 Doing Business with Rotarians Directory

Interested in doing business with fellow Rotarians?  Check out our Area 4  Rotarians Doing Business with Rotarians Directory. Is your business missing from the directory?  Click to Submit your business or professional service.  You may also use this link to remove your entry if appropriate.

Upcoming Events :

Nov 24: DARK for Thanksgiving

Dec. 1: First Thursday Social 5:30pm

Dec. 8. Lunch Meeting Cailtin Jones – Partners in English Language Learning

Dec. 15: Holiday Party at the Bridge House

Dec. 22: Lunch Meeting  Holly Hermansen - Superintendent of Schools – Nevada County

Dec. 29: DARK for Holidays

Thank you Nancy Kemp and Christine Newsom for coordinating our programs!

WORDS OF WISDOM: " When you reach the end of your rope, tie a knot in it and hang on." - Franklin D. Roosevelt

-- President Walt

Special Dates

Birthdays

David Fluke          11/04

Jack Dinwiddie     11/25

Anniversaries

Ken & Lynn Ching            11/05

Ken & Akiko Myers           11/10

Dennis & Annette Geare    11/13

Larry & Linda Undercoffer 11/24

Rotary Leadership

RI President: John Germ
RI Director: Brad Howard
District 5190 Governor: John Sullivan
Asst. Governor, Area 4: Dennis Geare

Club Leadership

President: Walt Stickel

Secretary: Robin Milam
Treasurer: Cathy Wilcox-Barnes
Public Image: Michael Young/Robin Milam
Youth & Community Service: Dave Bunje

International Service: Carolyn Feuille
Vocational Service: Nicole Dillard
Foundation: Nicole Dillard
Membership: Joe Bundy
ADG: Dennis Geare

For additional calendar events please visit the calendar at http://nevadacityrotary.org/calendar
If you have a whine, write it on the back of a 20 dollar bill and give it to your president.
If you have an idea for a club program please contact Walt Stickel or Nancy Kemp.

The Fine Print

Did we forget your birthday or anniversary? Have you recently moved or changed email addresses? Please update your profile on our club website. If you have forgotten your password, you can click on the Lost Password feature and it will be sent to your email address. 

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*Board Meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 5:30pm at John Hensley's Recreation Realty/Nevada County Properties office at 432 Broad St. Nevada City. All club members are encouraged to attend a meeting. Location subject to change, please ask.

Rotary Club of Nevada City — Established October 3, 1935
Meets second and fourth Thursdays at Noon at the National Hotel
AND first and third Thursdays which are at 5:30PM
www.ncrotary.org — PO Box 74 — Nevada City, California 95959

Mission Statement:
The Nevada City Rotary Club is a diverse and welcoming group of people who live Service Above Self by giving financial and hands-on support to local, national & international communities while exemplifying ethical leadership, cooperation and good, clean fun.