TODAY Chris Diggs, Deputy Director of the City of Redlands Municipal Utilities and Engineering Department (MUED), joined by Water Conservation Coordinator Cecilia Griego, will be discussing California’s drought and the new restrictions and state regulations that have been implemented because of it. Unfortunately, the gully-washer of a thunderstorm and local flooding we had last Sunday night did not have any impact on our drought situation (though it was fun to watch the neighbors’ garbage cans float down the street). Today’s program will be introduced by Fire Chief (and Rotarian) Jeff Frazier.

Rotary Club of Redlands is not meeting at the regularly-scheduled time this week.  We will meet on Thursday at 5PM at The Cutler Group Insurance, 201 Cajon Street, Redlands, Calif., 92373.  Bring a guest and come relax after the Memorial Day long weekend with fellow...

TODAY Here to give the Club both an academic and personal per- spective on the events unfolding in Ukraine is Ukraine na- tive NATALIA CHERKAS. A professor at University of Redlands School of Business this year as a Fulbright Scholar, her dissertation was titled “Macroeconomic Promotion of Manufactured Exports in Ukraine.” She is teaching one or two courses each semester at the School of Business.


Below is a list of recipients that we have scheduled for this month’s Student of the Month award.

Loryssa Lake – Citrus Valley High School
Bailey Quishenberry – The Grove School
Dylan Pyle – Orangewood High School
Mackenzie Kirkpatrick – Redlands High School

Today U. R. Professor Walter Hutchens will present today on, “Why China?” Walter joined the faculty of the University of Redlands in January 2013 as the inaugural holder of the University Endowed Chair in Global Business. He holds a J.D. and an M.A. in East Asian Studies from Washington University in St. Louis. In addition, he worked for a major New York City