Monthly Archives: May 2018

Mona Minton, PhD

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Social Service and Welfare-Neighborhood House Association, Additional Active

Mona is the General Manager of Programs/Clinics/Community Affairs at the Neighborhood House Association.

Mona has over 18 years experience in clinical research and development, working with diverse groups, homeless population and changing demographics that provide counseling and supportive services for drug and alcohol dependency, domestic violence, sex offenders, adolescence support, trauma and mental health.

She was born and raised in India until she was 8 years old. She speaks and understands multiple languages (English is her third language.) Mona also currently serves on six different committees throughout San Diego County.

Duke Sobek, Gil Johnson and Walter Lam were her sponsors .

 

Daniel Butler

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Waste and Recycling, Additional Active

Daniel has been the Government Affairs Manager for Waste Management for 4 years.

He is a graduate of Cal State San Marcos (Political Science).  He obtained a Masters in Political Theory and International Relations from Cal State Fullerton.

Daniel and his wife Karin have 2 daughters.  He enjoys coaching his daughter’s softball team, taking his youngest to dance class, and playing golf with his dad whenever time permits.

Jim Madaffer was his sponsor.

 

Rotator – Issue #43, May 24, 2018

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The Rotary office will be closed on Monday, May 28 in observance of Memorial Day.  Have a great weekend!

Our next meeting will be on Thursday, May 31.  Our guest speaker will be Club 33 member Amnon Ben-Yehuda.  Amnon will share his personal story of survival during the battle of Nebbi Yusha in 1948.  Click here for more details.  Any questions?  Please contact Mary at mary@rotary33.org.

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Be sure to read the following stories in The Rotator:

  • On page 2, find Quick Bits, birthdays, upcoming programs and events.  (Be sure and participate in our May 31 Member Reception)
  • On page 3, find information on our City Heights Youth Soccer Tournament and on how you can help
  • On page 4, meet our newest member and find news from our Peace Committee
  • On page 5, see the many wonderful faces in our crowd
Thank you to Nancy Laturno of Mainly Mozart for sponsoring the news at our meeting. 

Wendy McKinney

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Social Service and Welfare-Red Cross

Wendy is the Chief Development Officer for the American Red Cross of San Diego and Imperial Counties.

She is a native of Los Angeles.  She graduated from UCLA with a degree in Economics.  Before joining the Red Cross, Wendy was the development Director of the Neighborhood House Association, where she successfully created and led their fundraising division.

She is involved with the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce, San Diego Economic Development Corporation, and the 1898 Society at the Red Cross.  She is also a former member board member of the Jackie Robinson YMCA.

Wendy and her husband, Pastor George A. McKinney, have been married for 27 years and have 3 children. (Their youngest attended Camp Enterprise a few years ago!)  Wendy’s father-in-law is Club 33 honorary member Bishop George D. McKinney, who is also our 1995 Mr. San Diego recipient.

Joe Craver, Stan Hartman and Bill Earley were her sponsors .

 

Rotator – Issue #42, May 17, 2018

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Our next meeting will be on Thursday, May 24.  Our guest speakers will be Victor Ciccarelli and Brian Alvara from 3R’s Robotics.  3R’s Robotics and the San Diego History Center have partnered up to allow viewers to turn back the years and experience how San Diego’s Presidio looked in 1790 using virtual reality technology.  Click here for more details.  Any questions?  Please contact Mary at mary@rotary33.org.

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Be sure to read the following stories in The Rotator:

  • On page 2, find Quick Bits, birthdays, upcoming programs and events
  • On page 3, find information on our City Heights Youth Soccer Tournament and on how you can help
  • On page 4, see the many wonderful faces in our crowd
  • On page 5, Club 33 members share about their recent trip to Atiak, Uganda
Thank you to Cheryl Wilson of St. Paul’s Senior Homes & Services for sponsoring the news at our meeting. 

Rotator – Issue #41, May 10, 2018

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Our next meeting will be on Thursday, May 17.  Our program will be an update on the current and planned activities of Balboa Park. We’ll be hearing from John Bolthouse, Executive Director of the Friends of Balboa Park, Tomás Herrera-Mishler, Executive Director of the Balboa Park Conservancy, and Peter Comiskey, fellow San Diego Rotarian and Executive Director of the Balboa Park Cultural Partnership.  Any questions?  Please contact Mary at mary@rotary33.org.

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Be sure to read the following stories in The Rotator:

  • On page 2, find Quick Bits, birthdays, upcoming programs and events
  • On page 3, find information on the Peace Award and Mr./Mrs./Ms. San Diego nominations
  • On page 4, see the many wonderful faces in our crowd
  • On page 5, see photos from our tree dedication ceremony
Thank you to Ray McKewon of the Xceptional Music Company for sponsoring the news at our meeting. 

Rotator – Issue #40, May 3, 2018

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Our next meeting will be on Thursday, May 10.  Our meeting this week will be at the San Diego Air & Space Museum in Balboa Park.  Please be sure to let us know that you will be attending by registering here by Monday, May 7th. Our guest speaker will be Gordon Permann on the history of San Diego aviation .   Any questions?  Please contact Mary at mary@rotary33.org.

Rotator volume104.40

Be sure to read the following stories in The Rotator:

  • On page 2, find Quick Bits, birthdays, upcoming programs and events
  • On page 3, find 2018-19 committee sign-up info
  • On page 4, find information on Peace Award and Mr./Mrs./Ms. San Diego nominations
  • On page 5, see the many wonderful faces in our crowd
Thank you to Nancy Laturno of Mainly Mozart for sponsoring the news at our meeting.