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The Sign of The Times Newsletter of the Rotary Club of Point West – Sacramento, CA October 6, 2004 – Volume 20, Issue 14 Copeland Returns Upcoming Greeters, Tickets & Cashiers SACRAMENTO, CA, President Mark Cope- land returned from his R & R to retake control Oct. 8 th Dist. Gov. Steve Lemmon – Speaker of the PWR spaceship for the fourteenth meet- Tim Armstrong – Greeter Jane Gallagher – Greeter Rotary International ing of the 20th term of the Rotary Club of Point President Sandy Thompson – Tickets Glenn E. Estess, Sr. West – Sacramento. James Woodside - Cashier District 5180 Governor New Lemmon Gary Disher – Invocator Steve Tom Slagle led the pledge. Guy Heilman Dist5180 A-5 Assist Gov helped the club membership limp through a less Oct. 15th Joe Genshlea – Speaker Lynette Andersen than inspiring rendition of It’s a Grand Old James Woodside – Greeter Jane Gallagher – Greeter Flag –next time lyrics will be handed out or we Rotary Club of Point West Tim Armstrong – Tickets President will need a video screen version of Mitch Sandy Thompson – Cashier Mark Copeland Miller’s old bouncing ball to help the lyrically- “Rotarian of the Year” Charlene President-Elect challenged members. Drabant - Invocator John Koogle Bruce Levering, who this reporter recently Oct. 22nd Francie Dillon - Speaker Immediate Past President Drew Houghton witnessed taking his mother out to dinner at the Sandy Thompson – Greeter Sacramento Brewing Company restaurant in Jane Gallagher – Greeter Treasurer Jim Woodside –Tickets the Town & Country village (what a good Gary Disher Tim Armstrong – Cashier son!), evidently has not received enough po- Secretary Bill Dunk – Invocator dium time lately as he rolled out a three-part Candy Dahl invocation. The invocation consisted of a seri- Sergeant-at-Arms ous thanks to and acknowledgment of the great Dan Hall contribution and sacrifice of our troops minded the members of the upcoming Cen- 20 th Term Board throughout the world, a short joke (wife says to tennial Project involving the replacement of Paul Adams husband “tie me up and do whatever you want John Caselli the snack shack at Encina High. Kathy Copeland to with me”; whereupon husband ties his wife Walter Helm up and heads for the golf course) and an origi- HOSTS Program: Walter Helm an- Ken Morris Carl Naake nal poem about making sure that you vote in nounced that tutoring has commenced and Cary Okumura the upcoming election. that additional tutors are still needed for the Doug Weill program. The contribution of your time only RI Foundation Chairmen President Mark introduced the head table con- involves 1 hour per week, and possibly as Dave Sarten & Larry Sudd- sisting of honorees Candy Dahl, for serving as little as one hour every two weeks, and may jian Club Secretary, Gary Disher for serving as have a lasting impact on someone’s life— PWR Foundation Chairman PWR Treasurer for the term, Dan Hall as ser- the students will learn with your assistance Keith Tronson geant at arms and X- Pres. Drew Houghton, and realize that there are people in the Program Chairmen for stepping down as President thereby world who will lend a helping hand. This Don Jamison & Rich Fathy relieving the membership of the agony of an may inspire them to do likewise during their New Member Chairmen impeachment trial. Mark introduced himself lives. Please contact Nancy Ferguson or Judge Dave Abbott and reminded us of the PWR Term Theme of Gary Woods Walter for more information. “Great People Doing Extraordinary Things” Newsletter Editors and the RI Theme of “Celebrate Rotary”. Upcoming Cocktail Party: The cocktail Chris Little party is coming up on Saturday October 23. chris@LittleInvest.com Centennial Project: Gary Hardesty was John DiGiusto Thirty-three couples have already signed up firstname.lastname@example.org missing in action, but President Mark re- for a wonderful evening of cocktails and dinner. Sign up for some relaxed fellowship Point West Rotary over drinks and a good meal! Call Bud The Sign of The Times Newsletter of the Rotary Club of Point West – Sacramento, CA October 6, 2004 – Volume 20, Issue 14 Board of Directors Meet- ings Phillips for details. • Tom Mischley and Jamie Williams – Held at 7:00am on the first Tuesday of each month at Treasurers Wickland Oil Co. • Politicos Don Levin and Doug Yoa- 3610 American River Dr., 140 kum, with some supporting help from Sacramento, CA 95864 Foundation Dinner: Past PWR President Larry Suddjian and David Sarten are co- sweet Candy Dahl – Brewers chairing the upcoming Foundation Dinner on • Roger Gaskin and Jane Gallaghe r – November 6. The dinner is FREE for club Sponsorships members and $37 for significant others. • Paul Adams (who was also the board Stayed tuned for more information. Put it on advisor for the Brewfest) – Promotions your cale ndar. & Media • Carl Naake (last year’s Brewfest co- ROTARY INTERNATIONAL ******************************** chair) and Jane Gallagher – Procure- MISSION ment To support its member clubs in fulfilling the Objectives Membership Column • Candy Dahl – Judging (Great job!) of Rotary by: The following individual was presented at • Tim “Mr. Security” Armstrong – • Fostering unity among the September board meeting for consid- Security (great job except for the po- member clubs; eration as a prospective new member. liceman’s bike and helmet that were • Strengthening and expand- ing Rotary around the ripped off) Eric Manning world; • Kathy Copeland and Bob “Bull- • Communicat ing worldwide Business: Tri Counties Bank horn” Porter (faced with significant the work of Rotary; and Classification: Banking – Commercial • Providing a system of in- increase in person power) – wo/man Sponsor: Mike Cendro & Sandy Thompson ternational administration. power Share the Rotary experience. If you know • John Caselli – Entertainment, with The Objectives of of anyone interested in Rotary or someone assistance from Tom Slagle and Gary Rotary 1 st. The development of who would benefit from the Obje ctives of Woods (great magician) acquaintance as an opport u- membership in Rotary please contact Dave • Kirk Smith – Tickets/Printing/Posters nity for service. Abbott (874-8690) or Gary Woods (567- • Maria O’Neil – Graphics/Design 2 nd. High ethical standards 2625) or visit the PWR website for more • Jack Kasper – Stuff and old sage ad- in business and professions; information on requirements for membership vise and woodchip advisor. Also kudos the recognition of the wo r- as well as requirements for sponsoring a thiness of all useful occupa- to Rotarian Paul Jones’ son Brent tions, and the dignifying of prospective member. Jones for helping out with the web each Rotarian’s occupation ******************************* page as an opportunity to serve society. • Mike Cendro and Paul Snyder – Thank Youfest: Brewfest Co-Chairs Concessions/Food Extraordinaire Bud Ackerman and Earl 3 rd. The application of the • Rob Angell and John Di Giusto – ideal of service in each Ro- Dempsey took a well-deserved bow for a tarian’s personal, business BrewPub sales very successful event. Bud and Earl pro- and community life. • Dan “Will Call” Hall, with all day ceeded to give thanks to all club members help from Walter Helm and Lou Fifer 4 th. The advancement of in- and their spouses, children and significant ternational under-standing, – Gate Sales and office others who helped out at the event and some goodwill, and peace through very nice glasses and thanks to the following • Scott Graham and Ray Benetti – Lo- a world fellowship of busi- gistics ness and professional per- event sub chairs: sons united in the ideal of • Rich Graber – Event Architect service. The Sign of The Times Newsletter of the Rotary Club of Point West – Sacramento, CA October 6, 2004 – Volume 20, Issue 14 Dist5180 MAKE-Ups (See www.Rotary5180.org) • Tom Safford – Food ticket sales pressing the grapes for Fiesta De Vino MONDAY • President Citation/Centennial Pin to • Bob Porter and Todd Murray are 11:30 - South Sacra- President and former Brewfest co-chair planning the PWR 20th anniversary mento Mark Copeland. party Casa De Los Ninos Rest Noon – Oroville • Chris Little and John Di Giusto are Depot Restaurant Candy Dahl Located and Indicted. defaming their way through the term as Noon - Citrus Heights Candy Dahl, finally located and brought to the newsletter “editors”. CH Comm Center Noon - Foothill High - justice is fined $20 for calling President • Drewbie Houghton and Don lands Mark a girlie-man (isn’t truth a defense?) Jameson are heading the District Con- Lionsgate Hotel-McClelland Park for not finding his own screen for the PWR ference effort—scheduled for April 8- Noon - Walnut Grove Wimpy’s Restaurant meeting – Candy, defiant to the end, threat- 10. 6:45 pm - Fair Oaks ens to appeal. However, rumor has it that • X Pres. Sandra Thompson and Bud F.O. Comm. Clubhouse some rebel PWR members stepped forward TUESDAY Phillips have resurrected the 2 X 2 7:00am - Mather/Perkins and paid Candy’s fine for her-would you presentations Mills Station Community expect anything more from a slippery attor- • Rich Graber and Monte Watson per- Hall ney. Candy may not be aware of President 7:00am – Oroville- formed admirably as the softball team Sunrise Mark’s new September 30, 2004 policy to field generals. Depot Restaurant double the fine of any member who has 7:00am – Sacto Break - Kathy Copeland: Golf Tournament, fast their fine paid for them---we will see if Ganul’s J Street Cafe Candy continues to challenge Mark’s Membership, Roster, Wedsite, Greet- 7:00am – Sutter Buttes leadership. ers and Invocators Bonanza Conv Center • Roger Gaskin is leading off the Golf Noon - Arden Arcade Chateau Restaurant Orthodontic Society: Brewfest Father Tournament again next year. Town & Country Village Jim Peck contributes $100 to the PWR • Gary Woods, Dan Hall and David Noon - Rancho Cordova Foundation to celebrate the conclusion of Abbott are heading membership this Elks Lodge Noon - Roseville his service as the Western head of the Or- term, with Dan Hall focusing on mem- Sierra View CC thodontic Society (I’ll bet that they have ber retention. 6:30 pm - Carmichael some wild get togethers.) • George Daniels is handling the Ros- Café Capri Restaurant WEDNESDAY ter—get any changes that you have to 7:15 am - Natomas Areas of Board Responsibility: The George. The club is going to start using Uptown Café balance of the meeting was spent having on online service known as the club 7:15 am - Laguna/EGrove the board members stand and indicate what Valley Hi Country Club wizard. If you do not want your per- their areas of responsibility, individuals who 7:15 am - El Dorado Hills sonal information on line, let George EDH CommSvcPavillion are heading various efforts and the need for Noon - Rocklin / Loomis Daniels know. The new service will some additional member involvement, as Sunset Whitney CC also store old copies of the newsletter. follows: Noon - East Sacramento • Charlene Drabant and Dick Prater Del Paso Country Club Noon - Elk Grove Paul Adams : Parties, Brewfest. are in charge of the greeters. Vince’s Restaurant • Bob Halleck and Geoffrey Simcoe • Dick Goodell is handling the invoca- Noon - North Sacra- tors. mento are heading the upcoming cocktail Double Tree Hotel party. John Caselli: Community Service 5:30 pm - Midtown Sacto • Tom Safford is working on the anni- Harlow’s Restaurant • Judee Daniels and Bob Halleck are THURSDAY versary party and needs at least two giving their time handling benevolent 7:00am - Roseville Sun - club members to help him. rise giving. Carrow’s Restaurant The Sign of The Times Newsletter of the Rotary Club of Point West – Sacramento, CA October 6, 2004 – Volume 20, Issue 14 REMINDER PWR Fellowship begins at • Gary Hardesty is in charge of the Centen- Cary Okumura: Community Service 7:00a.m. with the meeting nial Project, with much help to be needed • Tim Armstrong, with assistance from beginning promptly (sort soon. Thom Christianson and Kirk Smith, is of) • Bob Tilly and Charlene Drabant lead the chairing mentoring at Encina High. at 7:15a.m. Sunshine Committee • Dick Oliver has tentatively agreed to chair • Al Howenstein and Rob Sowell are the tour of business event—if you are inter- handing out the community fire and police ested in being involved, contact Cary awards. • Don Rasberry is going to head the speech • Dave Garese is handling the Food Give- contest. away and needs a co-chair. • Walter Helm has volunteered to handle co- • Scott Graham is standing by with this ket- ordination with Encina. tle for the Salvation Army holiday fun rais- ing efforts. Another co-chair is needed. Doug Weill: International Service • Big Lou Fifer and famous son Bruce • Doug and Tom Mischley are overseeing Levering will be seeking your blood in the the international project, which is the market- annual blood drive. ing of guilts made by South Africans related to our sister club in South Africa. Ken Morris: PWR Foundation, Commu- • GSE outbound and inbound teams are also nity Service Awards and Rotary Youth being handled by Roger Andriesse and Activities Doug Yoakum. • Keith Tronson is chairing and former • Dave Garese, with some assistance from President Drew Houghton is assisting as Rob Angell, is overseeing the rotary youth treasurer of the PWR Foundation, with exchange program. Roger Andriesse, Bob Berger, Mark • Jerry Reguera is handling matching grants, Copeland, Lou Fifer, Bob Halleck, Ed with some assistance from Walter Helm Harrington, Larry Suddjian, Doug and Cary Okumura. Weill, Buzz Wiesenfeld, Gary Woods • Dave Sarten and Larry Suddjian are and Ken Morris serving as board mem- rounding up contributions for the RI Founda- bers. Carol Van Bruggen is financial ad- tion. visor and Ken Morris is the board advisor. • Gary Pevey is helping with the rotary Williams -Little Return From Hone ymoon: youth activities. Members Betty Williams and Chris Little return to action following their honeymoon Walter Helm: Vocational Service …Beware President Mark is looking at fines • Nancy Ferguson and Don Rasberry are or details! hosting the member hosts. • Jennifer Curtsinger and Mike Cendro Meeting adjourned. are awarding the academic schola rships. • A volunteer to head the vocational minutes is needed—give Walter a call if you are in- terested. • Pam Lapinski will be the Community Ser- vice Awards commentator.
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