in our area
Saturday, May 6
Vacaville High School
100 W. Monte Vista Avenue
To sign up use the 'Register Now' link provided in Bev Stupek's April 6, 2017 personal email sent to each Rotarian; or use the link on the District 5160 website calendar.
Topics to be discussed:
·Member Development Today
·Must Know Info for New Members (ABCs of Rotary)
·Successful Service Project Strategies
·Awesome Fundraising Projects
·Planning Ahead for Your Club
May 2, 2017
Mark your calendars for this "all hands on deck" event;
signups with Aniek. See flyer.
MEMBER WORK ASSIGNMENTS
Originally scheduled for May 7th,
this event has now
been postponed till Fall.
Look for the Gibson House Fall Festival Sept 10, 2017
ROTARY MYSTERY GOLF
Wednesday, May 10
$100 per player.
Bus departs 7:30am SHARP.
Limited to first 48 players.
Sign up and get check in ASAP
at club meeting
or contact Chuck Maltese.
RIBS & ROTARY
May 20, 2017
Davis Rotary Fundraiser
Click for info
Woodland Kids Read
Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Woodland Community College
Looking for volunteers to set up and greet/escort students. For more detail view flyer.
Contact Gary Wegener
with questions or to sign-up.
June 10-14, 2017
Help us make this the 'go to place' for all your Rotary info. Email comments or suggestions to Gary Wegener, or call 530 666 4098
Rotary Club of Woodland
Making a difference in the lives of people in our community and around the world.
Founded in 1926, our club continues a Rotary tradition of service above self as we endeavor to contribute to the betterment of the world around us, near and far, having fun in the process. This year’s Rotary theme is “Rotary Serving Humanity”, a theme that binds our 1.2 million members, in clubs in essentially every country in the world.
Our projects run the gambit, from a 9 club effort to construct extra benches for the fairgrounds, new instruments for the music programs in local schools, to new equipment to allow the local hospital to screen for hearing problems in newborn babies. Each year we sponsor youth programs and scholarships, and a Senior BBQ.
On the international side, we have participated in projects ranging from water wells, to dental clinics, to tsunami relief. Recently, a club member and a doctor at the local hospital initiated a cervical cancer screening and treatment project in Nicaragua, screening over 900 women, and training/certifying a cadre of Nicaraguan medical professionals to be able to further expand the program in future years. This model has been briefed to the UN and World Health Organization for expanded application, and another local club is now initiating a similar project in Kenya. Think how amazing that is.
If you have a project you would like us to consider, click on the Project Proposal link to the left, and send it in for our consideration.
We meet weekly for lunch, a brief business meeting, and a short program, typically a subject matter expert on local governmental affairs, new business concepts, community issues, etc. We have various social events throughout the year. We strive for a diverse membership that includes leaders in all facets of the community, a great group to know and learn from. If you are interested in finding out more, contact us.
April 18th Meeting
Angela Baltezore, Executive Director of the Woodland Opera House was our guest speaker today giving us an overview of recent facility improvements as well as current & upcoming programs. Angela also brought along (from left to right) Lela Rosendale, Alexia Vazquez, Collin Robinson-Burmester, Hayley Harrison and Maris Samsel, some of the Opera House's Broadway Bound students, who performed two songs for us. For more information about the Woodland Opera House check out their website. Thank you Lori Ross for arranging and introducing this program!
April 11th Meeting
Juan Barajas, co-owner with his family, of The Savory Cafe in downtown Woodland was our guest speaker today providing us a presentation on how his business incorporates the 'Farm to Fork' model of sourcing foods which are grown/produced locally. More about this can be found on their website at http://www.savorycafeonmain.com/home. Thank you Lori Ross for arranging & introducing this program.
Chuck Moore announced he will be a grandpa for the first time later this year.
The birthday bunch.
George Berrettoni messing with Gary Bunch's jacket while Gary is leading Recognition.
April 4th Meeting
For our program today President Gary provided us with a history of Rotary's End Polio Now effort, and updated us on how close the campaign is getting to reaching its goal. The President is proposing that the club commit to being part of the end game, with a personal funding commitment that we can support. If members agree he is asking that the Club bring and discuss ideas on how to formulate this commitment at next Tuesday's meeting.
Bob Nakken, Tabb Randolph, George Berrettoni and Alan Flory dug deep for Recognition today.
Chuck Maltese drew a free lunch today.
Social Evening March 15th- Father Paddy's
Thanks Johnathan Lecky for coordinating this.
2017 Dinner Auction -
A Great Evening Supporting Yolo Food Bank
More than 270 people had a great evening February 18th at the Heidrick Ag Center. While expenses are still being tabulated, the event generated a projected net income of over $35,000. The primary beneficiary of the event will be the Yolo Food Bank.
Thank you to the 2017 Sponsors of the
Rotary Auction Dinner
Brian Lin, DDS
Hosted Bar – Mahlon Whittle, Roger Kohlmeier, George Berrettoni
Table Wine – Matchbook Wine Co – John & Lane Giguiere
Wilkinson International – Terry Wilkinson
Edward Jones – Craig Miyamoto and Kevin Haarberg
Eaton Drilling, Inc.
Wraith, Scarlett & Randolph Insurance Services, Inc. – Tabb Randolph
Yolo Federal Credit Union
Dignity Health – Kevin Vaziri
Tom & Kay LaBrie
Gardner, Janes, Nakken, Hugo & Nolan –
David Janes, Robert Nakken, Jim Nolan
Peter M Holmes Co., Inc. – Agricultural Loans - Peter Holmes
Ullrich Delevati, CPAs – Mark Ullrich & Tony Delevati
Scott & Sheila Johnston
Langenour & Meikle – Todd Tommeraason
Teichert Materials – Jason Smith
Big O Tires – Mark Werum
Premier Chiropractic – Christian Sherrill
Sonin Law Firm – Barbara Sonin
Morgan Stanley – Dillon Dougherty
Silent Auction/Lucky Draw Donors
Bel Air Market
Big O Tires
Chuck Moore - Farm Credit West
Dan Holmes Photography
Dillon Dougherty Morgan Stanley
El Macero Country Club
Ernie Roncoroni and Family
First Northern Bank
Foy’s Bike Shop
Golden Beach Tanning
Jim and Barbara Nolan
Kelly Lynn Jordan Photography
Pauline van Muyden
Perry, Bunch and Johnston CPAs
Premier Chiropractic & Pilates
Soulvage – Wine Barrel Crafts
The Gifted Penguin
The True Value Company
Ullrich Delevati CPAs
Unique Salon & Spa – Becky Worley
Velocity Island Park
Whittle and Associates
Wild Wings Golf Club
Woodland Opera House
Yolo Food Bank
Yolo Ice & Creamery
Locatellis Thank the Club
Last August the Club contributed $1,666 (a combination of individual donations matched by the Club) to Wendi Locatelli, a local young mother who last year tragically lost major portions of her legs and arms to illness. This was part of a larger community effort to help the Locatellis with the enormous expenses associated with her situation. We recently received this thank you note from the Locatelli family.
2017-18 CLUB OFFICERS
In December, the Club unanimously elected a slate of new Club officers for 2017-18 year. Beginning July 1, 2017 the new officers will be:
President - Peter Holmes
President-elect - Mike Chandler
Immediate Past President - Gary Wegener
Secretary - Alan Flory
Treasurer - Mark Ullrich
Director (term ending 6/30/18) - Lori Ross
Director (term ending 6/30/18) - Laurie Ruiz
Director (term ending 6/30/18) - Todd Tommeraason
Director (term ending 6/30/19) - Aniek Ramsay
Director (term ending 6/30/19) - Barbara Sonin
Director (term ending 6/30/19) - Nick Roncoroni
Nicaragua Cervical Cancer Project
The final report on the Nicaragua Cervical Cancer Project, a Rotary Foundation Global Grant Vocational Training Team effort sponsored by the Rotary Clubs of Woodland and Leon, Nicaragua, has just been released and can be viewed here.
Many thanks for the success of this effort go to several Woodland area medical professionals and Club members who volunteered their time & talents. These include:
WOODLAND MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS WHO
TRAVELED WITH THE VOCATIONAL TRAINING TEAM
Dr. Albors Alali
Dr. Edward Zapata
Dr. Carol Kimball
Gay Patterson-Duncan, RN
Rachel Gallegos, LVN
Mary Naranjo, LVN
Maria Pilar Alonso Nuney
Nuria Alonso (Pilar's daughter)
PROJECT COMMITTEE FROM
THE ROTARY CLUB OF WOODLAND
Tom Schwarzgruber, Lead
Dr. James McGibbon
LOCAL ROTARIANS WHO TRAVELED WITH
THE VOCATIONAL TRAINING TEAM
Raylene Ewing (Luna Vista)
Thanks also to our own PDG Karl Diekman for his leadership and coordination.
Greengate School Dedicates
Ruby Falls Play Structure
Last May Woodland Rotary Endowment presented a $25,000 check (funds raised at the Club's 2016 Dinner Auction) to Greengate School (part of the Yolo County Office of Education) for the acquisition & development of a Ruby Falls play structure at the campus. That play structure, part of a larger Playground Project, was opened and dedicated on October 5th. Students, teachers and parents got their first chance to see and touch the water features of Ruby Falls. Greengate School Principal Debra Johnsen and Yolo County Schools Superintendent Jesse Ortiz, Ed.D. thanked Woodland Rotary for their support .
Cache Creek High School
On October 5th Will Jarrell, Principal of Cache Creek High School, along with WJUSD Superintendent Maria Armstrong and others, dedicated improvements made to the school's CommuniCare facilities where student health services are provided. The improvements were made possible by a $5,000 contribution from Woodland Rotary Endowment (part of the proceeds from the Club's 2016 Dinner Auction).
Rotary Scholarships Presented
Our Club presented its 2016 Scholarship to Pioneer High School's Valedictorian Erick Palomares on May 26. Erick earned a 4.32 grade point average in high school and has been accepted to UCLA next year where he plans to major in Chemistry or Biochemistry.
The Club's 2016 Scholarship to Woodland High School went to Valedictorian Bridget Linney who visited the Club on June 7. She is pictured above with her father Ken Linney and Club Scholarship Chair Becky Martin. Bridget plans to attend UCLA and study Biophysics in the Fall.
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