End of Year AwardsJoin President John Zirelli reviwed the year and passes out some deserving awards to our members who have contributed to another successful year for Cupertino Rotary. 
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  • Steve Andrews –
  • Board of Directors - Peter Troop, Stuart, Rod Sinks,
  • Strategic plan officer – John Giovanola
  • Secretary – Francis S.
  • Cabinet Chairs – Henry B., Josh S., Chuck H., Joanne L., Steve O., Jeff M. Stuart R., Amy C., George D., Leslie H., April B.,
  • Club administrator - Katherine El
  • Committees - Darryl S., Rosanne
  • Finance – Tom S.
  • Fund Dev. – Orrin M.
  • Membership – Judy W., Karen M.
  • Communications– Rick K. and Maggie P.
  • CREF – Barbara M.
  • Treasurer – Bill W.
  • CREF President – Cathy N.
  • Rookie of the Year – Constantine L., Tess C.
  • Fundraiser of the year – Bev L., Liz G.
  • President’s Award – Francis S.
  • Rotarian of the Year – Stuart R.
  • Itz Uenaka – Cathy N.
  • Organization award – Jo L.
  • Guido award – Marge M.
  • Al Capone – Tom S.
  • Zombie – Hung W.
  • Red Badge – Bill A.
  • Affinity Groups – George T., Annie H., Bev L, Wendell S.
  • Event chair – Lynn C., Rachelle, Don, Dave D., Dana St. Jeanee B.,
  • Photographer – Alex
  • Incoming President – Helene D.
  • Sgt. @ Arms – Al Rezai and Parth Bharwad
  • Greeter –  Meenakshi Byani
  • Secretary Assistant –  Priscinia Celis
  • Reporter – Julie Griswold
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  • Meeting called to order:  12:20pm
  • Pledge:  Parth Bharwad
  • Inspiration: Hongwei Wang
    • Confucius three counts everyday
  • Visiting Rotarians:
    • Nash Rajagopac
  • Rotarian Guests:
    • Louisa Roberts
    • Dastoor Bencifer
    • John Ballow
    • Irene Breck
    • Lauv Aeron
Rotary exchange Rotary club in Ecuador.  There is only one club in Ecuador.  Projects include working with a women’s  shelter.  One of the projects at the shelter was building a green house on the property.  Food security is an issue so building a greenhouse will help mitigate this issue. Signature cupcakes are made for all events as part of a fundraiser. Women from the shelter bake them. Trip is being planned for next March or April.
  • Kick-out: Wendell - planning underway. Event is at Picchetti Winery on July 11th
  • Vets Hospital: Henry – 6/16 Vet BBQ at the VA Hospital in Palo Alto. Event is 10-1:30pm  Rotary will help serve and socialize
  • Golf Fellowship: Wendell – 6/28 At Spring Hills Golf Course in Watsonville.  Let Wendell know if you would like to join.
  • Dues: Dana Stern – deadline has passed. Sign-in sheets have names highlighted of members who still need to pay.  Please take care ASAP.
  • Pantry Clean Up: Barbara – thank you to all the volunteers who helped clean out the WSCS pantry. 
  • MSI – Bill – thank you for all the volunteers who helped get the important work done.
  • John  Burzirs– Ride 4 Diabetes – Lions club is hosting event on 9/8. Looking for participants and volunteers.  Event is both a ride and walk and is family friendly.
Image result for image of mule kickingDon't miss a fun Kick-Out for President John on July 11th (evening). Lots of fun, fellowship and celebration. And as an added bonus this year we will be Kicking in PE Helene at the same event. Don't miss it. Sign up by clicking here.
On behalf of the CREF Board and Members of the CREF Permanent Fund Development Committee, thank you very much to those of you who have responded to our request that you make your Rotary Endowment Foundation a part of your annual giving.
 
The request for 2019-20 in your Annual Commitment statement indicates a $200 minimal commitment is “optional.” In truth, all our giving to Cupertino Rotary is optional except your annual dues. The facts uncover the generosity of our club members in so many ways.
 
You know a strong club is a sustainable club-and we certainly have been building such a club in the projects we do and the talent we bring to our many and varied services. Your financial support is personal. We understand that. It is vital as well. Continue to consider what you are able to do.
Cupertino Rotary, TRF and CREF Matter. Thank you for whatever you can do.

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 - Stuart Rosenberg; Third Wednesday - Stuart Rosenberg ; Fourth Wednesday - Padma Chari  Fifth Wednesday - Peter Troop. Backup- Chris Zhang
Our highly esteemed meeting reporters are assigned as follows: First Wednesday - Julie Griswold; Second Wednesday -Tess Chancler; Third Wednesday - Josh Selo; Fourth Wednesday - Bill Wilson;; Fifth Wednesday Byron Rovegno

 
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Year-to-date 2018:  8

Full Yr 2017:       22
Full Yr 2016:       38
Full Yr 2015:     106