01 Mar Spoke Newsletter – 02/28/19
Talented youth rocked the house last week with a preview of Citrus Valley High Schools spring musical “Little Shop of Horrors!” The talent and energy of this show was enjoyed by all!
Our club celebrated Students of the Month – always an uplifting meeting and gives us all hope for the future. Congrats to all.
New Member Induction!! Congrats and warm welcome to our newbies: CHARISA ARNETT & MICHAEL MURRAY (co-members Emerson and Farrar), BRANDON PEARCE (Citron Restaurant and C21 Lois Lauer Realty), JULIE MICHAELS (Plymouth Village)
Turning Minerals to Rocks is the topic of DONALD BUCHANAN, PH.D. Dr. Buchanan is currently a lecturer in geology at Cal State San Bernardino. Before earning his Doctorate of Education at University of Southern California (FIGHT ON!!), Dr Buchanan graduated with his Masters of Science from United States Naval Academy. His undergraduate and Masters work was in Geology and Climatology. Dr Buchanan taught at Embry Riddle Aeronautical in his early career working with our nation’s future aviators. Later moving to the community college system of California, he brought his enthusiasm and expertise to students in our county and to the civilianaviation community in southern California at nine different facilities.
For most people, wound healing is a natural, uneventful process. For some individuals, however, it becomes a complex medical problem requiring specialized treatment and care. There are many reasons why a wound will not heal and it takes a specially-trained care team to assess a non-healing wound and develop the right plan for treatment. LEIF ERICKSON, a director at Redlands Community Hospital, will talk about the of the Bangasser Wound Care Center at RCH and its importance to patients.
RED WINE AND BREWS is coming!!
Bottoms up at our party with a purpose – the 34th Annual Red, Wine, and Brews! This year’s event will be back at the spectacular ESRI Café on Saturday, May 11. Our VIP tasting room will be open from 3:30 to 4:30, and the big party will go from 4:00 to 7:00. General admission tickets are $75 each, and VIP tickets are $125. Any ticket will allow you the opportunity to taste amazing and unique beers and wines, listen to our rocking band, and win a fabulous trip,experience, or art piece! Bring your friends and family to support our community outreach, youth programs, and scholarships! Ask CAL about reserving your tickets today!
READ ACROSS AMERICA
Dust off your Cat in the Hat!! It’s time for the 21st Annual Read Across America Rotarians are invited to join us on Friday, March 1 at Franklin Elementary between and 8 a.m. – 11 a.m. Bring a
storybook to share or one will be provided to you. You will need to bring a valid picture ID to enter campus.
WORDS FROM AN ANONYMOUS BUT EVER- RELIABLE SOURCE:
No Horzen on the the Horizon anytime soon! He’s fallen victim to tax season once again. Is there a vaccination for that?
There is vicious rumor running around that many of our nefarious, in-coming board members are planning an excursion to a sordid casino. Might need to audit the books after this little boondoggle…or better yet, join the board and tag along!
This week’s Town & Gown’s ESRI FORUM – will find our own LARRY BURGESS speaking on everything he’s learned about Abraham Lincoln in the last 160 yrs!! 😉
WHAT : Treasured wall art donated from the collections of Redlands Art Lovers
WHEN: Friday, March 1st, 5:30 – 8:00 p.m
Saturday, March 2nd, 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
WHERE: MOR Building (ol’ Daily Facts Building corner of Center and Brookside)
COST: $25 on Friday for early admission, wine and appetizers
FREE ADMISSION on Saturday
DON’T MISS THIS! SHIRLEY HARRY and LYNN WHITMER with their most awesome board at Redlands Festival of Arts which happens to include Rotarians JERRY BEAN, TOM CUTLER and CHERYL EVANS, DAVID SCHEPPS AND RANDY BROWN from Sunrise Rotary along with the Redlands Art Association are raising money for youth art education scholarships!!
End of February! After a brief stint of being missing I am back this week! I was informed there was a stirring rendition of a song written just for me! I never got to see the lyrics but I am sure it was a positive, uplifting song and I can’t wait to thank whoever wrote it for their kindness……Also I wanted to give a big thanks to VICTORIA MARSHALL for filling in for me the last two weeks! I asked her on short notice both times and she jumped in to help with no hesitation!
Editor—Lynn Whitmer—Edition No. 33, February 28, 2019