Dear Rotarians and Friends,
Thursday August 26, 2021, 12:15pm Lunch via ZOOM
Leah Schwinn - Health Care for All
Returning to Zoom at least through September 9
Same ZOOM link works!!!
“Deep Purple” was a song from my parents’ generation. Unfortunately, it described the air quality earlier today. With Zoom coming to us all again, courtesy of COVID, and now with air quality, we’re stuck inside again.
Spending some time with August’s Rotary magazine today, I read RI President Shekhar Mehta’s message on the first page. His call to action regarding membership is “Each One, Bring One.” If we can’t be meeting in person for a while, we can at least be thinking about who it is that we might consider asking when our groups of three Rotarians team up to meet with potential members.
The person I’m thinking about is younger by a generation than I am, has a parent who was a Rotarian, and probably will be “too busy” at first blush. Oh, I just remembered that Mexico has often been a vacation destination for this potential Rotarian and her family, so our team will definitely need to talk up Los Barriles.
Click Deep Purple to enjoy and reminisce with Bing Crosby!
Leah Schwinn - Health Care for All
A native of the Bronx and a first generation American, Leah Schwinn spent her childhood in New York. Then as a young adult she moved to London. Returning to the US, Leah headed west to Northern California where she has lived since 1966. She served as a K-8 teaching assistant for 25 years, much of those years in Special Ed. When she and her husband retired, they followed their son and daughter-in-law to Nevada County.
Today Leah serves as Chair for the Nevada County Chapter of Health Care for All California, The organization is a statewide non-partisan, non-profit organization of volunteers dedicated to achieving universal health care through single-payer public financing.
EMPOWERMENT FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN:
Training for Sewing Circle to make Menstrual Hygiene Management kits
Nevada City Rotary is embarking on a new program that allows girls and young women to comfortably leave their homes to attend school, market or work away from home during their menstrual cycle. To get this program off the ground, Carolyn and Lynda are looking for three or more Rotarians who will meet at 11:15 am right before this week's meeting to discuss this program and how to move forward with a sewing circle.
Ramona Delmas is open to organizing a late September-early October training session in Bishop. Carolyn and Lynda are hopeful that additional Rotarians will commit to the project, participate in the training, and become a part of the team that meets monthly to create the kits. For those interested who cannot attend the training in Bishop with Altrusa, the core group who gets trained will be authorized to train others in making the kits.
When completed, these kits will be given to girls and young women in Chiapas, Mexico. We hope to expand the program to girls and young women in Los Barriles via the Rotary Club of Los Barriles and in Guatemala via Amigos de Guatemala.
Rotary D5190 Fire Disaster Press Release
District 5190, in conjunction with our respective clubs/partner organizations has established ways for you to contribute to those affected by the many fires occurring within our district.
The attached Press Release outlines the various ways to make a donation, should you so choose.
Area 4 - 5 Club Social Saturday August 28 6-7:30pm
RSVPs are still open! If you did not RSVP earlier, please RSVP to GV Rotary President Kathleen Shaffer directly at email@example.com.
Only $10/person at the door check or cash!
Your Dues and Happy/Sad Shares make a difference!
Your Happy/Sad shares give us glimpses of what is going on in your life beyond Rotary. They are special moments together especially since so much of our time is on Zoom. Your associated "bucks" provide a base for us to continue our special services to our community and beyond. Thanks for sharing you and for following the Four Way Test with your Happy Buck pledges to our Club!
And a big Rotary Thank You to John for stepping up to manage our financials!
Stay connected and informed
Robin monitors our firstname.lastname@example.org email. You can direct questions to that email or to your Club Presidents.
CoP Dave (and Tom)Photos Credits: Rotary International, Leah Schwinn, Jacqueline Macou - Pixabay.com
Upcoming Events - ZOOM, LIVE and/or HYBRID
Zoom through at least September 9, 2021
August 26: 11:15am ZOOM planning call for Menstrual Hygiene Management kits with Carolyn and Lynda; contact Carolyn for details
August 26: Lunch ZOOM: Leah Schwinn - Health Care for All
August 28: Saturday 6:00-7:30pm LIVE ONLY at Area 4 Social at Condon Park; music by Auburn Winds Band
September 2: Social ZOOM: Co-Presidents meeting and Evani Radiya-Dixit - Global Scholar
September 9: Lunch ZOOM: Keegan Thompson, RYLA
September 13: Board Meeting ZOOM:
September 16 Social TBD - HYBRID: Sol Henson - Sierra Streams Update
September 18: D5190 Vibrant Club Workshop - ZOOM click for Vibrant Club Flyer
September 23 Lunch TBD - HYBRID: Carrie Hawthorne, from Kitkitdizzi
September 30 5th Thursday Dark
October 5: 9:00 - 5:00 Nevada County Drive-Thru Flu Clinic - SAVE THE DATE!!
If you registered with the State last year, you should still be active. If this is your first time to volunteer, please register with DHV* to participate. The County will administer regular flu shots, not the senior dose. We will distribute masks from Masked Warriors again this year!
* CA Disaster Health Care Volunteers (DHV).
October 7 Social HYBRID: Co-presidents’ meeting
October 14 Lunch HYBRID: Jenn Singer: Bright Futures For Youth
October 21 Social HYBRID: Chris LaCentra: GI Junk
October 28 Lunch HYBRID:- “Alumni Day” with the Membership Committee
November 4: Social HYBRID: DG Anita Daniels Governor Visit 5:30pm;
pre-meeting with 3:30pm Exec Committee and 4:00pm Board
|Dave Denney||8/20||John and Susie Monary Wilson||8/08|
Co-Presidents: Tom Ryan & Dave Denney
Club Service: Cathy Wilcox-Barnes
If you have a whine, write it on the back of a 20 dollar bill and give it to your president.
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. Or reply to this email and request assistance!
Board Meetings are held on the second Monday of the month at 5:00pm at John Hensley's Recreation Realty/Nevada County Properties office at 432 Broad St. Nevada City. Our next meeing will be September 13 at 5:00pm virtual via Zoom. We intend to do a Zoom link for anyone who can not participate in person. Not a Board member but want to join us? Contact Robin or reply to this Rotario for instructions. All club members are encouraged to attend a meeting. Location subject to change, please ask.
Rotary Club of Nevada City — Established October 3, 1935
Thursday Meetings via Zoom until after September 13 - same schedule as Live/Hybrids
Thursday Meetings - at Litton Engineering, 3rd Floor, 200 Litton Drive, GV
Note: Bring Your Own Brown Bag Lunch $10 Social Mixer $10 + BYOB*
www.ncrotary.org — PO Box 74 — Nevada City, California 95959
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