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Blas Leading the Sing!  
Tom leading the invocation and pledge.
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Our guests!
 
Speakers
Jun 27, 2018
Step Down ceremony, 5:30pm at Pilgrim Terrace (649 Pilgrim Terrace Drive)
Jul 04, 2018
we are dark for Independence Day holiday
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Meeting Responsibilities
June 20
 
Pledge-Invocation-Scribe
Jacobs, Thomas
 
June 27
 
No Meeting - we are dark for Step-Down evening meeting
 
July 4
 
No Meeting - we are dark for Independence Day
 
July 11
 
Pledge-Invocation-Scribe
 
 
June 20, 2018 Meeting
 
Presiding:  Jacqueline Duran                 Pledge-Invocation-Scribe:  Tom Jacobs
Song Leader:  Blas Garza                     Song: Rotary Inspired by Elvis
 
Guests:
-Cathy Calabro, Santa Barbara Mary Kay (Member Prospect)
-Carlos Velasco, Santa Barbara Sister Cities
-Rodrigo Figueroa, Santa Barbara HS Sophomore and CA Missions Foundation Intern
-Katie Duran, daughter of Jaqueline Duran and soon to be third grader!
                                                              
Announcements:
-Step Down Party
June 27 5:30 @ The Terrace, 649 Pilgrim Terrace Drive. Dark that day. Overflow parking across street @ La Cumbre Middle School.
 
-(Optional) Fundraising Brainstorming Meeting
For those whoe would like to participate, the meeting will be held 12 noon on June 27th at The University Club, hosted by Jacqueline Duran.
 
-Jo Ann Caines Celebration of Life
Tom Jacobs announced that Jacqueline Duran, Blas Garza, Kathy Escobar and Tom Jacobs attended the inspirational Celebration of Jo Ann’s life, which featured music from a City College Band, presentations by Jo Ann’s’ children and her associates. Mark Gallo volunteered to team with Tom for an outreach visit with Vice Principal Michael Alvarez to inquire about ways RCSB can get more involved with the school.
 
-Sister Cities Raffle
Carlos Velasco visited the club to promote the SB Sister Cities fundraising raffle. Tickets are $!00 per couple and the winner gets an all expenses paid week for two in Puerto Vallarta. Only 500 tickets will be sold and Carlos will hand deliver tickets for the donation.
 
-Passing of John Reid
 
Megabucks:
 
Father Larry - 70 years young
Michael Bergquist - 43rd Anniversary
Don George - 44th Anniversary
Blas Garza - Trip north to celebrate Mary’s daughter’s 60th birthday
Gil Garcia - In honor of Mexico defeating Germany 1-0 in 2018 World Cup opener
Bruce Micheel - Son Cory beginning Anderson School of Business program
Joe Lanza  - For trip to east coast visiting family
David Bolton
Executive Director, CA Missions Foundation
Marti Correa de Garcia introduced David Bolton, Executive Director of the CA Missions Foundation. David has an impressive portfolio of current and past associations, including the DC based Spain Council and the Yo Gang, a Santa Barbara High School Alumni Athletic Club, sports writing for the News Press in the 1980’s and announcing sports for local ABC affiliates. Tasked with preserving Mission buildings and related structures, the non-profit CMF was established in 1998 and has benefited from generous donations from, among others, the Hearst Family. One of their highly successful programs, “All Aboard the Bus”, supports Title 1 student visits to the California Missions; teachers relate that the students return highly motivated to learn more about their California heritage.
 
In the last 20 years the Foundation has generated over $10 million in preservation funding, notably restoring and preserving the Missions’ extensive Colonial Art and Sculpture collection, restoring Mission San Miguel and Carmel, and restoring the crypt below the altar of the Santa Barbara Mission.
 
David wove an enlightening and entertaining tale of the history of the Missions, beginning with the Reconquista and expulsion of the Moors and the Jews from Spain in 1492, and including the story of how the Jesuits and Dominicans were superceded by the Franciscans in the establishment of the Missions in California. He shared how the intertwined Arab and Jewish, native and Spanish cultures impacted the colonization of Mexico and flourished with the establishment of the Land Grant system in 1821. David connected cultural geography and the impact of the Sonoma Mission’s old vine Zinfandel on the resuscitation of the declining European wine industry. David further illuminated how connected the original colonial families in Sinaloa are with prominent local families of Mexican heritage in Santa Barbara yet today.
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