Santa Barbara North

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Blas Leading the Sing!  
Derek leading the invocation and pledge.
Guest Karen Kawaguchi
Aug 08, 2018
President and CEO of Hillside House
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Meeting Responsibilities
August 8
Case, Craig
August 15
Conte, Michael
August 22
Bigelow, Timothy
August 29
Special Event - Lotusland
September 5
Dobbs, O.D., Joe W.
September 12
Eyman, Donna
September 19
Gallo, Mark
September 26
Garza, Jr., Blas
September 28
No Meeting - Social at University Club 4:30-6:30p
October 3
Gosselin OFMF, Father Larry
October 10
Hardy, Timothy
October 17
Holehouse, John
August 1, 2018 Meeting
Reporter:         Derek Carlson
Pledge & Invocation:   Derek Carlson
Song Leader:   Blas Garza                  Song:   "South of the Border"
Visiting Rotarians:   Karen Kawaguchi – Santa Barbara Sunrise
Guests: None
Memorial for John Reed will be held on August 16th at 4:00 at Harry’s.
Tim Hardy – Quarterly Invoices have been sent out.
Terry Straley – Chanel City Camera Club Exhibition August 2nd through 30th.  A reception will be held 8/2 from 5-8pm.
Patricia Juin - In honor of Guy’s birthday on Sunday.
50/50 Drawing:
Barry drew a silver marble. Both our guest, Karen, and our speaker, Gina, received a Berry Man gift basket (thank you to Patricia and Donna for your donations)!
Gina Benesh
Director of Development
Santa Barbara Museum of Art
The Santa Barbara Museum of Art was founded in 1941 and stewards a collection of more than 28,000 works of art spanning over 5,000 years.  The collection includes Greco-Roman antiquities, 19th – 20th century French and American art, European and American prints and drawings, photography, Asian art, and Contemporary art.
The Museum offers education programs accessible to everyone with a clear set of ideals: give diverse people access t the Museum’s collections and resources, ignite imagination and spur learning through careful instruction, and build community connections through empathic growth and cultural exchange.  The Museums programming reaches 25,000 students, 1,100 teachers and 40 community partners.
The Museum is embarking on an Imagine More Campaign to address facility structural issues and to build a greater Museum for the future of the Santa Barbara community.  The original Museum was built in 1912 as a post office.  It has been expanded and modified several times over the years to better serve the community but there is much more to be done.  The Imagine More goal is to raise $50,000,000 to preserve, protect, expand, and maintain the Museum.
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