Monthly Archives: February 2015

Rotator – Issue #31, February 19, 2015

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Be sure to read the following stories in The Rotator:  Any questions?  Please contact Mary at mary@rotary33.org.

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  • This week, Thursday, Feb. 26, is our Brown Bag Lunch. There is not a meeting at Liberty Station. Registration is open until midnight tonight to attend a lunch that still has some space available – click here to register now.
  • On page 2,  find Quick Bits, our calendar of upcoming programs, Grotarian events and birthdays. Contact Marten Barry about the March 13 Golf Tournament and Craig Nelson about Padres season tickets!
  • See the many wonderful faces that were in our crowd on page 3
  • On page 4, find information about this week’s Brown Bag Lunch
  • On page 5, find New Member News, ways you can support Camp Enterprise, and another opportunity to volunteer to help with the planting in the Alcazar Garden on Feb 27
  • On page 6, find information on the 2015 Peacemaker Award and a link to the nomination form.
  • Thank you to Rich DeBolt of San Diego Van & Storage for sponsoring the news at the meeting.

 

 

Rotator – Issue #30, February 12, 2015

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Be sure to read the following stories in The Rotator:  Any questions?  Please contact Mary at mary@rotary33.org.

The office will be closed on Monday, Feb. 16 for President’s Day.

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Our next program is on February 19 with guest speaker Captain Joseph Amador.  He will discuss readiness tips for major disasters and emergencies.   
• On page 2,  find Quick Bits, our calendar of upcoming programs, Grotarian events and birthdays
IMPORTANT DATES: Feb. 19- Roster photos, Feb. 26 Brown Bag Luncheon (deadline to sign up is Feb. 20), deadline to submit your grant request application is March 13.  Please refer to the Rotator for further details
• See the many wonderful faces that were in our crowd on page 3
• On page 4, find information about the upcoming Feb. 26 Brown Bag Lunch
• On page 5, find New Member News, the Fishing Committee invites you to their next trip, and another opportunity to volunteer to help with the planting in the Alcazar Garden on Feb 27
Bob Fletcher is encouraging anyone interested in the Sept. 2nd fishing trip to register now.  Space is limited!
• The Grotarian Committee has shared photos from their Feb. 10th event on page 6
• On page 7, find out about the other ways you can support this year’s Camp Enterprise besides purchasing a T-shirt
• Thank you to Roy Bell of Troutman Sanders for sponsoring the news at the meeting.

 

Suzanne Frontz

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Suzanne FrontzManagement Consultant-Wineries & Breweries

Suzanne is the President of Metz & Associates.  Her company provides management and operation consulting services to small businesses, specializing in wineries and breweries. Suzanne was the first woman chairperson of Family Winemakers of California, an industry trade association representing over 500 family-owned California wineries.  Her sponsors were David Oates, John Morrell and Laura Buckley.

Rotator – Issue #29, February 5, 2015

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Be sure to read the following stories in The Rotator:  Any questions?  Please contact Mary at mary@rotary33.org.

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Our next program is on February 12 with guest speaker Maureen O’Conner, Public Access Defibrillation Program Manager for San Diego Project Heartbeat.

  • Maureen has offered to do a free “hands-only” CPR/AED in-service training for anyone who would like to stay after the program. The training will take approximately 30 minutes. Please let the office know if you plan to participate.

On page 2,  find Quick Bits, our calendar of upcoming programs, Grotarian events and birthdays

  • Important dates to remember: FEB 19 – ROSTER PHOTOS      FEB 26-BROWN BAG LUNCH       MARCH 13-DEADLINE TO SUBMIT YOUR 2015-2016 GRANT REQUEST (APPLICATION IS NOW AVAILABLE ON OUR WEBSITE IN OUR “ABOUT US” “MEMBER DOWNLOADS” SECTION).

See the many wonderful faces that were in our crowd on page 3
The Small Club Joint Venture Committee would like to invite you to a mixer with the Southeast San Diego Rotary Club. Please see the information on page 4.
On page 5, find New Member News, the Fishing Committee invites you to their next trip, and another opportunity to volunteer to help with the planting in the Alcazar Garden on Feb 27
On page 6, find out about the other ways you can support this year’s Camp Enterprise besides purchasing a T-shirt
Thank you to Nancy Laturno of Mainly Mozart for sponsoring the news at the meeting.

Ray Higgins

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Ray is the Founder and CEO of Higgins Capital Management, Inc., a FINRA broker dealer and registered investment advisor.  The firm provides investments to California public funds such as cities, counties and special districts.  Ray is a native San Diegan and enjoys sailing, reading and writing. His sponsors were Terry Moore, Ken Anderson and Joe Horiye.

Rotator – Issue #28, January 29, 2015

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Be sure to read the following stories in The Rotator:  Any questions?  Please contact Mary at mary@rotary33.org.

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  • Our next program is on February 5 with guest speaker Professor Tom Bewley with the UCSD Robotics.
  • On page 2,  find Quick Bits, our calendar of upcoming programs, Grotarian events, birthdays and New Member News.
    • The Grotarian event at Nic McGuire’s Glass Art Studio is next week, Tuesday, Feb 10. Please register by this Friday if you plan to attend.
  • See the many wonderful faces that were in our crowd on page 3.
  • Our Small Club Joint Venture Committee would like to invite you to a mixer with the Southeast Rotary Club. Please see the information on page 4.
  • On page 5, see what our STEM Committee has been up to. Also, some photos were shared from the January 27th Grotarian event at the San Diego History Center.
  • Thank you to Natasha Josefowitz for sponsoring this week’s Rotator. On page 6, read about her most recent honor.