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Upcoming Events
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • 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.
 
 
In-person attendance is limited to those who are vaccinated against COVID. Please do not attend if you have any COVID symptoms. Those in attendance must wear masks and socially distance as they wish.  The sergeant-at-arms or secretary at the check-in desk will ask you to sign a list to attest that you have been vaccinated. You will also be asked to show your vaccination card (or an appropriate substitute, such as a copy, a photo on your phone, or a California Digital COVID-19 Vaccine Record), but if you don’t have that with you tomorrow, your signature will be sufficient.  In that case, you will be asked to bring your original card or appropriate substitute next week.  You will only have to show proof of vaccination once.

 
Program for the Meeting
 
This week’s guest speaker will be Don Mulford "Lesson from COVID" with Grace Hospice.
 
Lunch Menu
 
Food is served by 11:45 am.
 
Chicken Thighs with Shallots and Chard/Spinach – chicken thighs, olive oil, seasoning, shallots, chicken broth, chard & spinach, sour cream
 
Mixed Vegetables with Aromatic Seeds – new potatoes, cauliflower, French beans, peas, ginger vegetable oil, cumin, mustard seeds, lemon juice, seasoning.  
On Side – sesame seeds VEGAN
 
Vegetable Stuffed Portabella Mushrooms – portabella mushrooms, olive oil, onion, zucchini, red pepper, sundried tomatoes, garlic, spinach, oregano, red pepper flakes, seasoning, breadcrumbs, grated parmesan, mozzarella cheese VEGETARIAN/CONTAINS DAIRY
 
Salad – Roasted Beets with Orange Juice Anise Seed – beets, orange juice, balsamic vinegar, Anise seeds, seasoning, sugar, parsley On Side – feta crumbles & chopped pistachios
 
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
Don Mulford
Sep 28, 2021
Lessons from COVID- With Grace Hospice
Richard Flanders
Oct 05, 2021
Dist. Governor Visit
No Meeting
Oct 12, 2021
Jacqui Guzman
Oct 19, 2021
City of Sunnyvale- redistricing effort in Sunnyvale and Equity, Access and Inclusion initiative
Janice LeFevre
Oct 26, 2021
Inner Wheel
Club Assembly
Nov 02, 2021

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As a kid growing up in a family consisting of a single mom with 3 girls during the late ’60s early ’70s, getting help from organizations was unheard of where I grew up in Jersey, and asking for a handout was seen as a bad reflection on the family. I remember a time when my mom lost her job, and we needed to be on welfare and food stamps while she looked for work. This was my first experience with seeing how asking for help from others worked. As I got older, and times changed, I learned more and more about helping others and volunteering.
 
My husband, Pat, helped me realize I needed to give back and help others. He taught me that helping others was important to who we are as individuals and helps us grow. I have always looked at helping others as a gift that keeps on giving and awesome smiles and hugs are the rewards. This is Why I joined Rotary.