Welcome from President
Ruth Fitch
 
P.O. Box 8372
Woodland, CA
95776-8372
 
 

Speakers

Speaker Date Topic
Woodland City Councilman Jim Hilliard Sep 03, 2015
State of the City and other items of import
State of the City and other items of import

Jim Hilliard is a long time friend of Luna Vista and a man with his finger on the pulse of the City of Trees.  Come hear the latest and most interesting bits of information from our favorite City Council Member, Jim Hilliard.

Dennis Diemer, General Manager, WDCWA Sep 10, 2015
Transition to Surface Water: Woodland and Davis' Hedge Against Climate Change
Transition to Surface Water: Woodland and Davis' Hedge Against Climate Change

Tired of water stains on your dishes and your car? Woodland's (and Davis's) water is about to get a makeover. The Woodland Davis Clean Water Agency (WDCWA) is in the process of constructing the Davis-Woodland Water Supply Project, which will bring water from the Sacramento River to your tap. The project has raised some concerns with the community, mainly over cost, but also promises to clean up and help secure our water supplies in the face of what appear to be increasingly variable weather patterns in Northern California. Get ready to throw out your old water softener, and enjoy an evening with Dennis Diemer, General Manager of the WDCWA.

Lieutenant Derrek Kaff, Woodland PD Investigations Sep 17, 2015
Prison Realignment in California and Our Town
Prison Realignment in California and Our Town

In 2011, California legislature passed and Governor Brown reluctantly signed AB 109 and AB 117 in order to reduce prison overcrowding. The new court-mandated laws - called prison realignment for short - were intended to decrease California's prison population by shifting prisoners from state to county prisons. This led to overcrowding-related lawsuits at the county level, ultimately increasing release rates by around 34% in 2014, due to early releases. The laws have reduced California's prison population, but may come with unintended consequences for our communities - namely increased community and police burden. We are happy to invite 15-year veteran of WPD Lieutenant Kaff to have dinner with us and discuss this important issue in our community.

Curtis Stocking Sep 24, 2015
Sacramento Valley National Cemetery Wreath Project
Sacramento Valley National Cemetery Wreath Project

Come and learn why more than 300 cemeteries across the nation, in Puerto Rico and overseas “Remember, Honor and Celebrate” veterans every second Saturday of December.

Club Assembly Oct 01, 2015
Rotary's Vocational Service Month - Committee Meetings
Rotary's Vocational Service Month - Committee Meetings

As we break out into Standing Committees, we will consider this month's Vocational Service theme of Rotary International, as it relates to what we are accomplishing as a club, as committees and as individuals.

Mini Garcia, WPD Volunteer Coordinator Oct 08, 2015
[In Process

[In Process]

 

Club Assembly - Rotary Foundation Month Nov 05, 2015
Committee Meetings
Committee Meetings

Today also falls in the middle of World Interact Week, so pause for a moment and consider how we can assist these high school age future Rotarians.

Committees will meet after dinner.

Happy Thanksgiving - No Meeting Nov 26, 2015
Happy Christmas Eve - No Meeting Dec 24, 2015
Happy New Year - No Meeting Dec 31, 2015

No meeting this week.  Enjoy New Year's Eve with your friends and family.

Ken Courville District Govenor Jan 28, 2016
DIstrict 5160 Update
DIstrict 5160 Update