Speaker Date Topic
GIFT EXCHANGE!! Dec 18, 2018
Bring your $20 wrapped gift and we will have our awesome competitive gift-stealing morning.

We also will auction a few President's gifts (those Rotary bar glasses come to mind) and forego our regular 50/50 raffle this time.

Susan will bring Carla's Christmas sweaters again...and again, Carla will give half of her sale price to Harbor Foundation.   (Covers Carla's acquistition cost).  

FUN AND SHARING... what else could be better?

Dark for Christmas Day Dec 25, 2018
ENJOY the Day and also dark New Year's Day.

Have a good break for Christmas and New Year's!  The fact that the days fall on Tuesday makes it rather impossible to meet!  See you on the 8th.

ASSEMBLY Jan 08, 2019
Half-Way Done...reports, changes, updates

President Barbara will go over mid-year changes, refinements, adjustments...or whatever you want to call it when you tweak a rather efficiently running machine!  Reports from Community Service (Brigette covering Interact and Stan covering local and international projects);  Public Image (Jaime covering directories, bulletins, and other ideas he wants to develop); and Treasurer (Cindy covering financial health).   Barbara then gives her State of the Union address followed by Judi giving a quickie preview of July 1!

Sanna Thomas, Ed.D. and Patricia Goss, Ph.D. Feb 05, 2019
The Climate Crisis and Its Solutions

Learn:  The Science behind Climate Change:  What is so Different Now? ...  What are the largest sources of global warming?   ... Who is most affected by global warming? 

Discover the promising solutions and the actions for positive change.

Sanna Thomas is a Mill Valley resident who has worked many years in educational reform, youth development and community service. She holds degrees from Smith College, Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, and the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Committed to making schools more supportive and effective for students from less advantaged backgrounds, Dr. Thomas began her career with the Peace Corps in newly-independent Tanzania and has worked on desegregation in Louisiana, new school design in Rhode Island, school-based Outward Bound programming in New York City, project-based learning in the Bay Area, and Expeditionary Learning across the country.

Patricia Goss lives in Marin County and is an experienced professional in the field of Communications. She began her career as a college professor at U.C.L.A. and Lehman College, City University of New York. She has a B.A. and M.A. from U.C.L.A. and a Ph.D. from New York University. She then embarked on a twenty year corporate career at Lockheed Martin Corporation. As a Director of Business Development, Dr. Goss gained extensive experience dealing with the federal government in Washington, D. C., including Congress, NASA and the Department of Defense.