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Upcoming Events
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Gabriel Jaurequi
    September 9
  • Tammy Gaw
    September 14
  • Teri Cuneo
    September 17
  • Kurt Shuler
    September 18
Anniversaries:
  • Bruce Paton
    Marie Bernard
    September 4
  • Marie Bernard
    Bruce Paton
    September 4
  • Tara Martin-Milius
    September 5
  • Phan Ngo
    Jackie Ngo
    September 21
 
 
Club Information
Making Business Leaders Community Leaders Since 1926
Sunnyvale

Service Above Self

We meet In Person & Online
Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Sunnyvale Elks Club
375 N Pastoria Ave.
Sunnyvale, CA 94085
United States of America
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I hope to see you at Tuesday's in-person lunch meeting at the Elks Lodge, 375 N. Pastoria Avenue. The meeting starts at noon and concludes at 1:15 pm.
 
You are invited to attend meetings in person if:
 
You have been vaccinated for COVID, and  You do not have any of the following symptoms:

Fever or chills
Cough
Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
Fatigue
Muscle or body aches Headache
New loss of taste or smell
Sore throat
Congestion or runny nose
Nausea or vomiting
Diarrhea
 
If you cannot attend in person, please attend via Zoom link (posted above)
 
 
Masks are optional and a personal choice that all respect
 
Program for the Meeting
 
 
Our speaker this week will be District Governor Savita Valdhyanathan!!
 
Lunch Menu
 
Food is served by 11:45 am
 
Traditional Caesar - Romaine lettuce, fresh-grated parmesan cheese, flat anchovies, croutons, Caesar dressing-vegetable oil, garlic, eggs, olive oil, lemon juice, and S&P
 
Grandma Keiser’s Super-Moist Meatloaf Served with a Light Tomato Gravy, Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes, and Market Fresh Tender Green Beans. Ground beef, sausage, onions, green pepper, eggs, cracker crumbs, milk, diced tomatoes, flour, potatoes, butter, milk, green beans, seasoning.
 
Vegetarian Spinach & Artichoke Stuffed Portobellos – olive oil, Portobello mushroom caps, balsamic vinegar, garlic, onion, spinach, seasoning, thyme, bread cubes, vegetable stock On Side - grated parmesan cheese.  VEGETARIAN/VEGAN OPTION
 
 
Fruit Salad and Assorted Desserts
 
Cold Sodas and Bottled Waters
 
 
 
If you cannot attend Tuesday's meeting in person, here is the Zoom link. 
 
 
Meeting ID: 996 0158 4722
Passcode: 500569
 
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Speakers
DG Savita
Oct 04, 2022
Club Assembly
No Speaker
Oct 11, 2022
No Meeting
Alpana Agrawal
Oct 18, 2022
Helping Hands Silcon Valley
No Speaker
Nov 01, 2022
Club Assembly
Kari Hall
Nov 08, 2022
Meteorologist from NBC Bay Area
Kory Amaral
Nov 15, 2022
Local Veterans Organization
No Meeting
Nov 22, 2022
Happy Thanksgiving!
Beth Williams
Nov 29, 2022
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"The Rotary International program that has been most meaningful to me is PolioPlus. My only brother, who was ten years older than me, had a mild case of polio before I was born. The Salk vaccine was first developed when I was a child, so I benefitted at an early age from the efforts to control it. As a child, I was aware of the well-founded fear of this scourge that has killed and crippled millions. Rotary’s persistence and success in the eradication effort continue to inspire me and make me proud to be a Rotarian."

Barry Vickrey (Past President)

Occupation: Retired Legal Educator

Rotary Member for 29 Years