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					                               Rotary Club of Simi Sunrise


                             The Simi Sunriser
                                                                                                                            June 24, 2010

                                                                                                           A Look Ahead to
      Warming Up Meetings and Interviews:                                                                Next Week’s Meeting
        Five Tips to Disarm with Charm                                                                              July 1, 2010
                                     by Keith Ferrazzi
                                                                                                          World War II Memories
 The best portion of a good man’s life - his little, nameless, unremembered acts of kindness and love.
                                      ~William Wordsworth                                                     Greeter:            Ken Crossman
                                                                                                              Greeter:            Bob Whalen
Never ever, walk into a meeting cold. Because cold is how you’ll leave it.                                    Attendance Table:   Stella Ortiz
                                                                                                              Invocation:         Hal Reniger
Instead, walk in ready to spread around what I call “universal currency” – ways to                            Flag Salute:        George Kerr
                                                                                                              Guest List:         Paula Williams
be generous and spread goodwill to anyone that we meet. Generosity is the first                               Rat Fink:           Tim Shannon
step to warming up to a relationship.

Universal currency is particularly important at first meetings and interviews,                                  Events Coming Up
where even if you do your homework, you may be limited in your background
knowledge.
                                                                                                                         June 2010
                                                                                                         26    Demotion Party
Here are five forms of universal currency and suggestions for how to put them
into play.
                                                                                                                         July 2010
                                                                                                         10    Family of Rotary
                                                                                                               @ Merle Norman Museum
1. Give compliments and admiration freely. Make sure they are genuine.
                                                                                                         21    District Governor Reception
Not genuine = Not generous.
                                                                                                               @ Herschel Berger’s House
                                                                                                         22    District Governor Club Visit
2. Be a knowledge broker. Read everything, talk to everyone, be everywhere
– particularly in regard to your business or industry. Don’t rely on others or be
                                                                                                                       August 2010
passive about it; become an absolute expert by taking the lead.                                          23    Golf Tournament
                                                                                                         29    Bowlio with all Simi Clubs
3. Share hobbies and passions. Yes, sharing what’s important to you is a form of
generosity. Not everyone is brave enough, or thoughtful enough, to divert from
business as usual.                                                                                         This Week’s Birthdays
                                                                                                          and Club Anniversaries
4. Discuss current events. Focusing on what’s happening in the world at large can
provide a welcome dose of perspective, as well as some connective tissue between                                         Birthdays
you and a new contact. Know what’s going on!                                                                    Tim Shannon        June 25

5. Share humor. It’s a cliche that in potential mates, woman are looking for
                                                                                                                   Club Anniversaries
“someone who can make me laugh.” But it’s true! And it’s no different in the
                                                                                                                Sid Liberman       24 years
business world. Make someone laugh – especially when they don’t expect to – and
                                                                                                                Dave McCormick     24 years
they’ll do what they can to give you a primetime slot!
                                                                                                                Paul Miller        24 years
                                                                                                                Ron Coons          28 years
                                                                                                                Jim Lowry          28 years
                                           Rotary Club of Simi Sunrise

                            The Simi Sunriser
What You Missed This Week!!!                                                                             Service Calendar
                                                                                                                 July 8, 2010
Ernie Gilbert announced that a few weeks ago Louis Kruglov’s name was chosen from those             Greeter:             Ken Crossman
members that donate $30 each quarter to the Simi Sunrise Charitable Foundation to receive           Greeter:             Ernie Gilbert
a Paul Harris Fellow. He generously declined the Paul Harris since he has many in his name.         Attendance Table: Mike Mutal
He asked that a new member’s name be drawn to receive the Paul Harris Fellow and Stella             Invocation:          Ron Resnick
Ortiz’s name was drawn this morning.
                                                                                                    Flag Salute:         Chas Wilson
Steve Johnson presented a Vocational Minute on Chas Wilson, a systems engineer.                     Guest List:          Dan Gesell
                                                                                                    Rat Fink:            Maggie Kestly
Fred Baumeister and Maggie Kestly presented thanked our club for all the work we have done
for the Free Clinic over the years and handed out thank you plaques to Jim Tokatlian, Joe                        July 15, 2010
Grinstead and Gary Stewart for going above and beyond in helping maintain the Free Clinic.          Greeter:             Pat Abruzzese
Joe Grinstead presented a thank you plaque to two employees from Home Depot this morning            Greeter:             Christine Schweitzer
for helping to arrange for supplies for the Free Clinic painting and for bringing 11 employees to   Attendance Table: Dave McCormick
help out that day!                                                                                  Invocation:          Sid Liberman
                                                                                                    Flag Salute:         Ray Cruz
Mike McCaffrey was Rat Fink this morning.                                                           Guest List:          Jack Scroggins
                                                                                                    Rat Fink:            Dennis Barbee
Cindy Jacoby, Eric Little, Doug Feco and Henry Fierro were Rotarians in the Spotlight for
their hard work this past year.
                                                                                                                 July 22, 2010
                                                                                                    Greeter:             Mike Alterman
                                    ANNOUNCEMENTS                                                   Greeter:             Greg Gonzales
                                                                                                    Attendance Table: Jim Arledge
Jerry Shaffner said there are still spaces available for the Family of Rotary event planned
for July 10th at 9:45 am to the Merle Norman Museum. This museum/collection features                Invocation:          Kurt Fredrickson
hundreds of classic vintage cars, antique furniture and mechanical musical instruments. Please      Flag Salute:         Len Geres
email him if you are interested in attending: jbsracing@aol.com.                                    Guest List:          Laura Behjan
                                                                                                    Rat Fink:            Jeff Newby
Maggie Kestly talked about the demotion coming up this weekend.
                                                                                                                 July 29, 2010
                                         PROGRAM                                                    Greeter:             Al Smith
                                                                                                    Greeter:             Andrew Keowen
                Laurence Burton, Jr., former NFL player and Olympian, spoke to us this              Attendance Table: Arun Sharma
                morning about three areas that he feels should be instilled in our youths today     Invocation:          Arvid Krueger
                -- Respect, Opportunity and Discipline. He is also the Executive Director           Flag Salute:         B.J. Anderson
                of the Willie Ross Foundation that provides services for individuals with a         Guest List:          Bob Brown
                developmental disability and deafness.
                                                                                                    Rat Fink:            Cal Youel

                                                                                                                August 5, 2010
                                                                                                    Greeter:            Cesar Zambrano
                              Better Than Flowers...                                                Greeter:            Chuck Stapholz
                                                                                                    Attendance Table: Christine Schweitzer
                             Give a Paul Harris Fellow                                              Invocation:
                                                                                                    Flag Salute:
                                                                                                                        Claudia Kirkpatrick
                                                                                                                        Craig Foster
                                                                                                    Guest List:         Dallas Knox
Well, maybe not better than flowers, but still, a Paul Harris Fellow is a perfect way               Rat Fink:           Dan Gesell
to show appreciation to someone important in your life.

A $1,000 contribution to The Rotary Foundation gives you the opportunity to
make somebody a Paul Harris Fellow. This gift also has a positive effect on many
people…Yes, you can make a difference!

If you would like to give a Paul Harris Fellow, contact Pat Abruzzese at abruzzese@
att.net.
          Wednesday, July 21
              6:00 p.m.

    Herschel and Laura Berger’s Home
     3463 Sunset Place ~ Simi Valley

Herschel and Laura Berger will be hosting us at
 their lovely home and we will have lots of Ha-
waiian style refresments and Mango Mai Tais!

 If you have not responded by EVITE, please RSVP to
      Leigh Nixon at lnixon@simichamber.org or
              (805) 520-8220 by July 16th.
                                                DONATIONS NEEDED!!!
GOLF TOURNAMENT
                                                    Simi Valley Police
                                                    Golf Tournament
                                                                                      Simi Valley Police Foundation
                                                                             and the Simi Sunrise Rotary Foundation
                                             will join together to present the 17th annual Simi Valley Police Golf
                                            Tournament. This outstanding community event will again be held at
                                           the Lost Canyons Golf Club in Simi Valley on Monday, August 23, 2010.

                                         Proceeds raised will help support various Police safety and education
                                        programs within the department, as well as the Simi Valley Police K-9 unit.
                                       In addition, the Simi Sunrise Rotary Charitable Foundation will receive
                                      funds that will enable them to provide support to members of our
                                     community by means of scholarships and other support.


                                                         WHAT WE NEED — A-Z!!!

                                              Live Auction items ~ Silent Auction items
                                                             Raffle Prizes
                                          Automobile anything, antiques, autographed items, aquarium passes, art, Angels tickets,
                                          appliances Broadway tickets, bird bath, Bed Bath & Beyond, bath towels, basket goodies
                                          Cash, cabins, computers, crystal, chandelier, carpeting, cruises, cameras, camping,
                                          carpeting Diamonds, Decor Store, Disneyland, drapery, Dodger items/tickets, dishes, dog
                                          house Ethan Allen, electronics, edibles, earrings, eye care, equestrian items, exercise
                                          equipment Fountain, furniture, fishing, flat screen TV or monitor, football, facials, Fitz &
                                          Floyd, FAX machine Garden furniture, golf, gourmet items, gift cards, granite, gold, gym
                                          memberships/equipment Home Depot, HDTV, Hawaii, hotels, hockey, Hollywood Bowl,
                                          home office, harbor cruises, hammocks Ice maker, imported goodies, Ipods, ice skating, ice
                                          cream, inn stays, Irish crystal, interior design Jewelry, juicers, jets (to anywhere), Jamba
                                          Juice, jams, juke box, jet skis, jelly-bellies, jigsaw puzzles Kitchen tools/accents/small
                                          appliances, Knotts Berry Farm, karaoke, Kings tickets, kitten Lamp, linens, Lladro, laptop,
                                          Lakers tickets, limos, Lennox, landscaping, Lake Powell, Le Creuset Mirror, mattress,
                                          marble, motorcycle gear, music (CD’s or concert tickets), Magic Mountain, Mammoth
                                          NASCAR, night-on-the-town items/entertainment, nursery, nails, Nativity scenes, Nambe,
                                          needlepoint Oriental rug, outlet gift cards, opera, orthodontics, outdoors, Oaks Mall
                                          certificates, office supplies Ping pong table, Pottery Barn, Pier One, paint, puppy, Palm
                                          Springs, power tools, poker, plants Quilts/quilted wall hangings, quartz, Quicken, queen
                                          size bedding, Quebec Restoration hardware, rings, race cars, restaurants, rosaries, rock-n-
                                          roll, racketball Simi Valley Town Center, Sur Le Table, Sperling Nursery, sporting goods,
                                          Spode, Starbucks, signed scripts Timeshares, Trader Joe’s, TJ Maxx, tutoring, tv’s, theater
                                          tickets, tableware, tools, tennis, Tahiti, travel gear Universal Studios, USC or UCLA tickets,
                                          utensils, Utah ski trips, user-friendly software Vegas, vases, video cameras, Val Surf,
                                          vacation packages, vacuums, volleyball, veterinary services Williams Sonoma, Whole
     For more information or to donate:
                                          Foods, Wii, weekend getaway-resorts, wine, watches, Waterford, wine glasses Xerox, X-
           Stella Ortiz (805) 551-3295
                                          box and games, xylophone (or other musical instrument) Yard items, yachting, yoga,
         or email stellarn53@yahoo.com
                                          Yellowstone, Yankee Candles, yogurt, Yosemite, yuletide items, yucca plants Zoo weekend
             Tax ID# 77-0446085           package, zinfandel, zoom lens, zircon
                      Simi valley police foundation and the rotary club of simi sunrise
                     17th Annual Simi Valley Police                                          Golf Tournament
                                       MONDAY, AUGUST 23, 2010 - Lost Canyons Golf Club
                                                 Sponsor opportunities
      $4,500 Golden Paw Sponsorship
Includes Two (2) foursomes, Eight (8) extra dinner tickets and reserved seating at the awards banquet, Company Name and Logo on the leader board,
sponsor banner out on the course and selected printed media material.

       $ 3,300 Silver Paw Sponsorship
Includes One (1) foursome, an additional Two (2) player packs, Six (6) extra dinner tickets and reserved seating at the awards b anquet, Company Name
and Logo on the leader board, sponsor banner out on the course and selected printed media material.

       $2,200 Bronze Paw Sponsorship
Includes One (1) foursome, Four (4) extra dinner tickets and reserved seating at the awards banquet, Company Name and Logo on th e leader board,
sponsor banner out on the course and selected printed media material.

       $1,600 Pars for Paws Sponsorship
Includes Three (3) player packs, Three (3) extra dinner tickets and reserved seating at the awards banquet, Company Name and Logo on the leader
board, sponsor banner out on the course and selected printed media material.

      $1,200 Patron Sponsorship
Includes Two (2) player packs, Two (2) extra dinner tickets and reserved seating at the awards banquet, Company Name and Logo on the leader board,
sponsor banner out on the course and selected printed media material.

      $600 Friends of K-9 Sponsorship
Includes One (1) player pack, One (1) extra dinner ticket and reserved seating at our awards banquet, Company Name and Logo on t he leader board, Tee
Sponsor sign out on the course and selected printed media material.
     $175.00 New Tee or Green Sponsor Sign – DEADLINE MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 2010. Please include company logo in jpeg or pdf format with
payment.
       $125.00 Renewal Tee or Green Sign From Last Year (2009) - DEADLINE MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 2010. Please include company logo in jpeg or pdf
format with payment.
   Live or Silent Auction Item

   Raffle or Player Tee Bags Item
    MAKE CHECK PAYABLE TO SIMI VALLEY POLICE FOUNDATION (SVPF) AND MAIL TO: P.O. BOX 1918, SIMI VALLEY, CA 93062
                                Thank you for your support! Questions? E- mail: golf@svpf.org

				
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