Meeting Notes from Oct 9, 2018

Myron S. led the pledge of allegiance.



First Thursday last week at Number One Broadway was a success! 24 people showed up to this event.

The LGHS Robotics team, 972 Iron Claw, came & gave an overview of the Robotics program. They earned a Regional Championship in SF during the 2018 season & attended the World Championships in Houston. They also participated in their first Robotics Competition. It took them 6 weeks to build a 120lb robot, learn & apply stem skills as well as develop real world skills, such as teamwork. Click here to check out their website!



Don Mcleave & his guest Beverly (his wife) celebrated 60 years of marriage and gave a $100 gift towards the scholarship fund.

The Boy Scouts gave brief talk about their club. LG Rotary is supporting 52 troops.
Some of their upcoming events planned include:
  • A campout at Pinnacles State Park this weekend
  • Sponsoring an event called Midway at Fisher Middle School
  • A hosting opportunity to earn merit badge
  • A 3 day hike from Castle Rock to the ocean

Ron S. gave the inspirational quotes of the day:
  • Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm - by Winston Churchill
  • I love mankind. It’s people I can’t stand - by Charles Schultz

Henry V. announced 4 more slots available for the Deep Cliff golf outing on Sunday, October 19th

Gary F. earned his blue badge today

Patti V. announced a need for diapers to donate to Sunday Friends. The Diaper Drive runs from Tuesday, October 9th through Tuesday, October 23rd. For more information contact Patti.

CrabFest – There is a need for donations (baskets, bottles of wine for wine raffle, etc) as well as volunteers to help with set up and check-in and cleanup after the event. Tickets will be available online mid November for $65 each

Danielle Delong spoke about Project Peanut Butter, a non-profit that seeks to advance the treatment of severe malnutrition, the single largest cause of child death in the world today, using effective, locally produced ready-to-use therapeutic foods. They do field work in Malawi & Sierra Leone and work with local communities to establish feeding centers and nutrition programs as well as conduct research projects & programs aiming to eradicate malnutrition.