Regenerative Medicine.  It's been 15 years since the California institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) opened its doors and, with another initiative on the November ballot to refund the agency, Kevin is here to tell us what CIRM has done with the money so far and how it’s helped make California the global center of this research and how regenerative medicine is using stem cells
 
Zoom link for August 5th at 12 noon
Phone: 669 900 6833 US 
Meeting ID: 408 221 3383
Lloyd Holms, President,, De Anza College (the College, 4th President) 
Joined from being VP of Student Services at Monroe Community College, in Rochester, NY. Became President. Of De Anza In June. Check out the full video here.
 
His last speech to a Rotary club was in1986. He was speaking as Student of the Month, named by his school in Mississippi. 
 
De Anza is one of the greatest institutions of higher learning in the country. He is a member of the League for Renovation of Community Colleges. 
 
He is proud to have reached the point where he is President of one of the finest colleges in the country. But he says this is not about him—he sees himself as a someone with responsibility to instill hope in a community that is facing so many challenges—Covid, economic distress and food and housing insecurity. Leaders are required to inspire others to act. He cites a song by Jay Moss: no matter who or what you are—use your gifts in service to others.  
 
He looks forward very mush to his relationship with Rotary and the community at large!
 
He cited Mark Twain: the two most important days in your life are the day that you are born, and the day you find out why. He has found his purpose here, dedicated to student success.  He spoke about his background, and the many challenges he faced. It was an inspiring speech, click more to read more of what he said. 


World Community Services report: Jagi Shahani—presented a celan water project in Kenya—water that Jagi learaned about as a result of his participation on a archeological dig with then DeAnza Professor Isiah Nengo. Total cost is $88,000 to provide water for 5000 people in two villages. Turkana Basin Institute, founded by Leakey. This project is still in the fund-raising stage.(~$40k is still needed). The project has enormous grass-roots support and will make a significant difference to the villages.  
 
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Tired of making your own lunch?  Let us help you out, and Eisenhauers will do the work for you! Enjoy a catered lunch for $16. 
No contact pickup on Wednesday August 12, 2020 between 10:15am-11:00am at 10969 Maria Rosa Way, Cupertino.
 
No contact delivery can be arranged upon request within 15-minute-drive from Cupertino.  Please contact Hung (Wei) at hungweichien@gmail.com or (408) 605-6959
 
Salad with Salmon
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Veggie Salad with Portobello Steak 
Salad with Chicken

 
Mauri Okamoto-Kearny and Shyamoli Banarjee. Both have been extraordinarily active and enthusiastic as red-badgers, completing the requirements in a matter of just a few months. Shyamoli is part of the Book club, WCS and the Investment committee Mauri joined in April and is a champion for an Internatiional project, was a program speaker, and is also active in Community Services.
Back to School (Aug 7, 8)  A fully subscribed event to deliver backpacks and gift cards for BTS for needy families
 
Bags for WVCS: Collect Paper Bags for use by WVCS in packaging/delivering food to needy individuals. Please let Judy or April know.  
 
Annie Ho—thanks to President Stuart for his excellence at running the club. Also thanks for her grandson, who despite the need to Shelter in place, has learned enough about his grandparents to miss them! He evens asks for them now! 
 

 
Henry Buffalow recognized the heroism of his son, Jason Buffalo who saved 3 people who’s SUV flipped into a canal in the Delta and were injured. 
 
Members met at the Post Office on July 17th to salute and honor our postal workers and we provided them with some PPE and a big thank you for their work during this difficult time.
This week’s recognition goes to the Helping Hands group from within our club: Judy Wilson, April Bignell, Ann Cleaver, Barbara McArthur, Bev Lenihan  and Hung Wei. This quiet group is very active in the background—touching so many and doing so with grace and respect for privacy and sensitivity of the needs of our members. 
President Stuart began the meeting at 12:05. 
Pledge was led by President Stuart. 
Visiting Rotarians
Not really a Visitor: Don Allen –Club member now living in Idaho
 
Rotarians with Guests:
Orrin Mahoney introduce Lloyd Holmes and Melissa Spatafore, Assoc. VP for Communications at DeAnza
 
Jeff Moe introduced Naomi Makano Matsumoto and Rosa Kim (fellow BOD
 
Larry Dean introduced Seema Lindskog –part of the Bicycle Advocacy group
 
Chwen Lim—Tony (fellow workmate from Printing)
 
Hung Wei—Sue Chen, Kari Cheng—social worker, interested in potential club membership 
 
Chuck Bedford (former member of CR) jpined along with his spouse Jean
 
Judy Wilson Introduced Bejoia Saha
 
August is membership development month—so look for events throughout the month to promote membership in our club! PP Hung announced a District wide event on August 15. Please sign up! 
 
President Stuart thanked the Golf Committee for putting together a Hole in One Event. More details and celebrations next week. 

The following information is for club members with articles to submit to the Rotator.
Deadline for Article Submission: To help the editors in the work they do, please plan to make your submissions by the end-of-the-day Thursday. Please email them to
cupertinorotary@gmail.com. Later submissions might be deferred to the next week's Rotator, depending on how far along the editor is in processing the meeting and program staff reporting for the current week.
Our outstanding editors are assigned as follows:  First Wednesday - Gary Latshaw;  Second Wednesday - Rachelle Sander;  Third Wednesday - open ;  Fourth Wednesday - Dana Drysdale  Fifth Wednesday - Peter Troop
Our highly esteemed meeting reporters are assigned as follows: First Wednesday Kathy Yates-; Second Wednesday  Ranga Nathan- Third Wednesday - Julie Griswold; Fourth Wednesday - Manisha Puranik;; Fifth Wednesday Byron Rovegno

 
 
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2020 Yr-to-date:   85

2019 Yr-to-date:   64
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Weekly Program & Luncheon Speaker
Kevin McCormack
Aug 12, 2020 12:00 PM
Regenerative Medicine.
Heidi Khun
Aug 19, 2020 12:00 PM
Roots of Peace-turning mines into vines.
Sal Pizzarro
Aug 26, 2020 12:00 PM
The State of Mercury News
Deb Feng
Sep 02, 2020 12:00 PM
Update on the City of Cupertino

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Vision2020
This is NOT TRF- this is for the Permanent Fund (CREF)
 
 
 
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After each board meeting we will post a link to the approved minutes of the previous board meeting. Click here to download the   board  meeting minutes from April 23, 2020.