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Atascadero

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Atascadero Lake Pavilion
9315 Pismo Avenue
Atascadero, CA  93422-4939
United States
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Club members enjoyed the final 2014 club meeting on December 17th with signing of holiday songs by the Trio Bella Amore singers.  Members and several guests filled the tables and enjoyed chatting with friends and enjoyed our lunchtime meal.  A Santa hat was passed to collect monies that were presented to Joan, our waitress.  She was very pleased with our gesture of kindness, and said that we are all like family.  She had decorated up the Rotary Room with a holiday theme including Poinsettias and a lit Christmas Tree. 
 
May you ALL have a very BLESSED holiday period, and we’ll all join again, next year (Jan 7th) for more Rotary fun.
 
Cheers!
John Hollenbeck
 

 
Our dear long-time Rotary friend, Randy Krumland, announced his retirement after 24 years with our club, effective December 9, 2014.  His humor and energy will certainly be missed.  Randy identified a need to simplify his life which included making more times available for other things, and unfortunately, his time commitment to Rotary came up on his “relinquish time list”. 
 
My short time in this club results in memories of Randy’s wonderful and side-splitting humor.  His skill to arrange a comedown party and cleverly roast a soon-to-be past-president is legendary. 
 
We wish Randy and his wife Gemma so much fun, joy, and excitement in the new activities that they pursue!  Rock On!
 
John Hollenbeck
 

 
Reminder – Club Meetings are DARK Dec 24 and Dec 31
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Our club meetings will be DARK on both December 24 and December 31, 2014.  Merry Christmas and Happy New Year you all!!!!  See you next year!!!!
 
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Speakers

Dec 24, 2014
DARK
DARK
Dec 31, 2014
DARK
DARK
Jan 07, 2015
Sherm Smoot
Reno Air Races
Jan 14, 2015
Jan 21, 2015
Rick & Kathy Howe
Travels with Rick & Kathy
Jan 28, 2015
Paul Menconi
Empower SLO Energy
Feb 04, 2015
OPEN
OPEN
Feb 11, 2015
Feb 18, 2015
OPEN
OPEN
Feb 25, 2015
DARK
Dark for Club's Birthday
Mar 04, 2015
OPEN
OPEN
Mar 11, 2015
OPEN
OPEN
Mar 18, 2015
OPEN
OPEN
Mar 25, 2015
Speaker TBD
Friends of the Lake Program
Apr 01, 2015
OPEN
OPEN
 

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