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Ticket sales have started....contact Ken Johnston <johnstonken8@gmail.com> for tickets.
Books of 8 (one table) for $ 480. and individuals for $ 65.
 
Don Idler announced the major sponsors for our 19th Annual Crab Feed
James Stoddard of the Whirlpool Corporation
 
 
 
 
Kristen Kearns and Gary Borjan
Pacific Premier Bank
 
 
Mariana Espinola and Interact students who helped build our float ride on it in the Colony Days Parade on Saturday, Oct. 21st.
 
The trailer was donated by Art Everett, pulled by Ken Johnston. John Neil, John Hollenbeck, Rich Johnson, Charles Bourbeau, Tom Zirk, Interact students Haddie Daner and several others helped build and decorate our first float in many years. 
 
 
Photos from our meeting on August 2nd when scholarships were awarded to the eleven Atascadero High School students pictured here.  Each shared with us their plans for university and college studies.
 
Kurt Leavitt opened the presentation program with a detailed explanation of the process of choosing each recipient. Our membership chair Steve Hodgson then gave an overview of Rotary International and our club community projects over the years. Art Everett is shown awarding the Todd Everett Memorial Scholarship. 
 
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The intrepid crew of the Atascadero Rotary Flagship was able to capture the trophy for this year's annual Cardboard Boat Challenge.  With Captain John Neil on the throne directing galley slaves Charles Bourbeau and Rich Johnson the victory over the other challengers (all three of them) was clinched.
 
 
Launching of the dauntless Rotary craft.  The crew showing their best sides.
 
Underway with sponsor advertisements for marine fuel.
 
 
 
Speakers
Dan Dow
Feb 28, 2018
District Attorney Initiatives and Update
Chris Toews
Mar 07, 2018
Estate Tales
Gregg Bone
Mar 14, 2018
Kiler Ridge Olives
Susan Funk
Mar 21, 2018
Health Care Financing, Who Pays
Sheriff Ian Parkinson
Mar 28, 2018
Sheriff's Office Update
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Apr 11, 2018
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Apr 18, 2018
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Apr 25, 2018
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Atascadero

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We meet Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Atascadero Lake Pavilion
9315 Pismo Avenue
Atascadero, CA  93422-4939
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