Santa Barbara North

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October 18, 2017

Blas Leading the Sing!  
The invocation and pledge..
Visiting Rotarian Del Hegland
Oct 25, 2017
Nov 01, 2017
Santa Barbara Mayoral Candidate
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Meeting Responsibilities
October 18th
Pledge Invocation Scribe
Eyman, Donna
October 25th
Pledge Invocation Scribe
Gabriel, D.D.S., Bill
Novemeber 1st
Pledge Invocation Scribe
Gabrielson, Dwayne
November 8th
Pledge Invocation Scribe
Gallo, Mark
Scribe:  Donna Eyman
Visiting Rotarians:
Del Hegland – Montecito Rotary (announced an event: Pints for Polio ( Tues. 10/24/2017 5 to 8 PM. A 2-1 match by the Bill and Belinda Gates Foundation was indicated but a recent email from the Montecito Rotary states monies will be tripled.
Don George announced a free event at Cabrillo Arts Pavilion on Tues. Oct. 24 – please contact Don for more info.
Ken Oplinger announced the Chamber networking mixer at the Zoo on 10/27/2017 at 7:30 AM. 
Tim Bigelow announced the Casa Pacifica fundraising event in Orcutt (wine/dinner) this Sunday (10/22/2017) 1 to 5 PM.
Jim Lisi announced the Rotary Networking meeting at Casa location on 10/20/2017 at 7:45 AM.
Jim Lisi – 1 Megabuck for being published in the prestigious nationapublication of Estate Planners and Councils
Bruce Micheel – 1 Megabuck for the Dodgers
Perk Darlington – 1 Megabuck for the Dodgers
Tom Jacob – 1 Megabuck in memory of Fred Allen
Dennis Boneck – 2 Megabucks in memory of Fred Allen
Robert  Najera      - 2 Megabucks in memory of Fred Allen
Tim Bigelow – 1 Megabuck in memory of Fred Allen
Ken Bigalow – 1 Megabuck in memory of Fred Allen
Mike Conte – 1 Megabuck for his birthday
Terry Straehley – 1 Megabuck for his upcoming trip to S.E Asia and a $100 donation the Club Foundation in memory of Fred Allen
Jordan Pinsker – 1 Megabuck to thank Rotary North SB for donating and buying popcorn from his son’s Boy Scout Troop
Jill Marie Carre – of Chocolats du Cali Bressan
Jill Marie Carre – of Chocolats du Cali Bressan
Jill spoke about the business she and her husband, Jean Michel began in France over 16 years ago.  Jean Michel was always made chocolate as a restauranteur and moved to an old vacant building in France to begin a chocolate factory. They have been married 30 years and relocated to Carpinteria to start their new factory here.
2 very important criteria for making chocolate successfully:
1)The “tempering” of the chocolate. If a mistake is made, 3 days of work is lost
2)The molds are critical to the process and must be cleaned and “cottoned”
They do “logo” chocolates for businesses as well as sell retail at their 2 locations. 
Next week’s speaker:
Representatives from the Moxi Museum.
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