WEEKLY BULLETIN • JANUARY 25, 2018
Thanks to his week's correspondent:
Mike Willis
Invocation: Brad Hannink
Pledge: Shawn Kelly
Song: Colleen McGauley
 

Good News & Announcements

Colleen McGauley was giving out advanced copies of the CASA party Booklet with all of their upcoming fundraiser dates.
Stand in president Steve Sanders thanked fellow rotarians Luis Gill and Andrae Gonzales for their participation in Mayor Karen Goh's prayer breakfast.
 

Program:

This week's program was held at Temblor Brewing. Delicious food and thirst-quenching brews.
 
Immigration attorney, Win Easton, was our presenter today. The topic was The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). DACA was an American immigration policy that allowed some individuals who entered the country as minors, and had either entered or remained in the country illegally, to receive a renewable two-year period of deferred action from deportation and to be eligible for a work permit. As of 2017, approximately 800,000 individuals were enrolled in the program created by DACA. The policy was established by the Obama Administration in June 2012 and rescinded by the Trump Administration in September 2017.
 
Win pointed out that the biggest problem with DACA is that there is NO provision of law for the targeted children to challenge deportation. Legal experts are divided as to the constitutionality of DACA, but no court has yet to rule it unconstitutional.
 
Interesting facts about DACA that you probably didn't know:
  1. Research shows that DACA increased the wages and labor force participation of DACA-eligible immigrants, and reduced the number of unauthorized immigrant households living in poverty.
  2. Studies have shown that DACA increased the mental health outcomes for DACA-eligible immigrants and their children.
  3. There are no known major adverse impacts from DACA on native-born workers' employment, and most economists say that DACA benefits the U.S. economy.
  4. To be eligible for the program, recipients may not have felonies or serious misdemeanors on their records. 
  5. There is no evidence that individuals covered by DACA are more likely to commit crimes than the general population of the United States.
(Source Wikipedia)
 

Visitors and guests

 
  • Leah Eaton, Rossley Harmen and Nader Adly guests of Win Eaton
  • Bethany Charmley guest of Jesse Lopez
  • Gloria Dominguez guest of Anne Holden

Photos by Girish Patel

 
 
Garro Ellis getting into the spirit of things.
Temblor is a great place to have a meeting... no open bar though.
Larry Reider and Colleen McGauley.
Good to see Chad Tongco pictured here with Bryan Burrow.
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Douglas A. Hayward
January 3
 
Harvey L. Hall
January 5
 
Mel Atkinson
January 6
 
Jay L. Rosenlieb
January 7
 
David R. Lampe
January 8
 
Pete Pankey
January 9
 
Doug McIsaac
January 21
 
Larry E. Reider
January 25
 
Kevin McCarthy
January 26
 
Michael George
January 26
 
Buzzard Busby
January 29
 
Ben Stinson
January 31
 
Anniversaries
Bob Allison
Heidi
January 19
 
Kristin Hagan
Chris Hagan
January 29
 
Ray Watson
Marlene Watson
January 29
 
Join Date
Evelyn R. Johnson
January 1, 1958
60 years
 
Brad Hannink
January 2, 1997
21 years
 
Donald M. Camp
January 6, 1955
63 years
 
Leslie Golich
January 8, 2015
3 years
 
Stan Eschner
January 10, 1986
32 years
 
Shawn P. Kelly
January 12, 1995
23 years
 
Bob Sheldon
January 15, 1987
31 years
 
Mark Pafford
January 15, 2015
3 years
 
Jeremy Adams
January 16, 2017
1 year
 
Kristina Smith
January 16, 2017
1 year
 
Beth Pandol
January 19, 2012
6 years
 
Bob Allison
January 19, 1989
29 years
 
Bernie Herman
January 22, 1987
31 years
 
Jim Blom
January 23, 1986
32 years
 
Lou Barbich
January 24, 1996
22 years
 
Thomas Hoffmann
January 24, 2013
5 years
 
Ray Watson
January 26, 1984
34 years
 
Morgan Clayton
January 30, 1992
26 years
 

Area Meetings

Tuesday @ noon
Bakersfield North

at the Petroleum Club

Wednesday @ noon
Bakersfield West
at the Stockdale Country Club

Wednesday @ 6:45 am
Bakersfield Breakfast

at the Petroleum Club

Wednesday @ 6 pm
Bakersfield Twilight

at T.L. Maxwells

Thursday @ noon
Bakersfield  Downtown
at the Museum of Art

Friday @ noon
Bakersfield East

at Bakersfield Museum of Art

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