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Member Birthdays:
  • Jeff Chang
    June 17
Anniversaries:
  • Steve Summers
    Angie Summers
    June 5
  • Michelle Lewis
    Pat Lewis
    June 19
  • Mike Klein
    Debbie Klein
    June 27
 
 
 
 

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Making Business Leaders Community Leaders Since 1926

Sunnyvale

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 12:15 PM
Sunnyvale Elks Club
375 N Pastoria Ave.
Sunnyvale, CA  94085
United States
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Meeting Luncheon Menu

Tuesday, June 21, 2016       (Dark June 28, 2016)

12:15 pm – 1:30 pm  $25.00 

Merlot Braised Chicken Thighs

Olive oil, onion, leeks, carrots, celery, Parmigiano cheese, parsley, chicken thighs, rosemary, sage, garlic, Merlot chicken stock

Served with Bow Tie Pasta

Pasta, Olive oil, garlic, seasoning.  VEGETARIAN

Small Portion Honey Glazed Carrots

Carrots, butter, honey, mint. VEGETARIAN

Vegetable Gratin with Polenta and Smoked Tomato Vinaigrette

Polenta, butter, herbs, bell peppers, garlic, eggplant, mushrooms, artichokes, zucchini, spinach, Fontina cheese, vinegar, shallots, tomatoes.  Served with Smoked Tomato Vinaigrette.  VEGETARIAN/CONTAINS DAIRY

Salad

Romaine, spinach & iceberg mix, diced onion, cucumber, jicama, bell pepper, shredded carrots, radishes.  Dressing – Blush Wine & Italian.

Fruit and Dessert Platter

Includes the following:

Iced Tea, Citrus Water

Coffee Service, Hot Water & Tazo Teas

 

 
 

Operation Freedom Paws

 
 
 
 
Operation Freedom Paws is a non-profit created initially by Mary Cortani to help a desparate veteran cope with PTSD.  By matching a needy shelter dog with a haunted veteran, and teaching both how to support one another, Operation Freedom Paws was launched.  Today they provide companion/service dogs to veterans with PTSD as well as physical and medical limitations, other adults and children.  They provide the dogs to their clients at no cost, other than the client's time to work with the dogs under Mary's supervision.  Some dogs are trained to work with diabetics, epileptics, and are sensitive to client moods and changes in body chemistry.  The most important benefit seems to be the bonding between the service dog and client. To get more information and view an information video click here.
 

 
 

129th Air Rescue Wing

Colonel Daniel A. Lapostole, Vice Commander, 129th Air Rescue Wing, California Air National Guard visited SVR on Tuesday, March 15.  Located in the heart of the Silicon Valley at Moffett129th Rescue Wing shield Federal Airfield,  the 129th Rescue Wing's mission is to train and prepare to perform its wartime mission of personnel recovery anywhere in the world. Colonel Lapostole provided information on the Wing, its personnel and mission.  For more information, vistit the website by clicking here.
 

 

Community Services Funds Columbia Middle School Cheerleaders

Sunnyvale Rotary Community Services Committee used discretionary funds to provide uniforms for Columbia Middle School Cheerleaders.  The six young ladies lead spirit yells and cheer on the Columbia Middle School athletes at inter-school competitions.  According to International Services Chair, Flo Stafford, this is the first time the cheerleaders have had uniforms.  The project was initiated by the Columbia School mothers and Sunnyvale Rotary was able to pitch in to make it happen.  This is an example of your Rotary dollars at work.  Thanks for your support.
 

 
 

Rotarians Serving at Homeless Shelter

 
Sunnyvale Rotarians and friends prepared and served dinner for the homeless at the Cold Weather Shelter on Wednesday, February 11th. Many Rotarians donated food and helped fund the dinner. A special thanks to Pat Sargent and members of the Sunnyvale Elks Lodge for their hard work preparing the meal. Joe Ribera and Mary-Ann Wallace also supplied needed men's clothing in XL and XXL sizes which are the most needed items right now. 
 
The Cold Weather Shelter in North Sunnyvale serves 100-125 homeless individuals nightly from December through March. Sunnyvale Rotary has been serving dinner once a month at the Shelter for over 20 years. Our next and final dinner service for this shelter year will be on Wednesday, March 16. Speciality Solid Waste & Recycling will once again make their fabulous tri-tip sirloin dinner.  Other Rotarians will supply the rest of the feast and serve
 

 

 

 
 
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Sunnyvale Rotary and The Rotary Foundation
 
All time contributions (since March 26, 1926)  $527,516
 
Goal 2015-2016 $29,000
 
Contributions 2015-2016 YTD   $15,305 Percent of Goal 53%
 
Percent Member Participation 62%
 
2015-2016 Pledge Cards are still available to download from the website.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Speakers
Jun 28, 2016
Dinner & Debunking for President Mike Shum
5:30 P.M. at CHEF CHU'S 1067 N. San Antonio Road, Los Altos (corner of El Camino)
Jul 12, 2016
RYLA Students
Rotary Youth Leadership Camp experience
Jul 19, 2016
Jim Colton, Photographer
What’s it Like to be Stranded on an Island with Fidel Castro?
Jul 26, 2016
Aug 02, 2016
Aug 16, 2016
Aug 23, 2016
Aug 30, 2016
 
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Youth Service Chair
 

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