Join us on January 23rd, for one of our best meetings of the year. Local High School students will be presenting speeches about how they have been inspired. The winner will move on to the district area contest. The students are always amazing. See you there.
Pledge: Jenny Yuang
Inspiration: Annie Ho inspired us with some words of wisdom quotes translated for us. Well done.
 
Presidents Club:  Polly Bove and a team from FUHSD, joined to thank the community for the recent bond measure passing. Check out this video they showed to thank everyone: youtu.be/VW9KsGnbDt4
 
Tom Pike announced his new role with Assemblyman Evan Lowe to the club.)
 
Announcements: President Helene reminded everyone that Jan 31 is State of the City co-sponsored by Chamber of Commerce. You need to sign up and pay for lunch in advance by clicking here.
 
PP Judy Wilson informed us about an upcoming Red Cross/Rotary Boot Camp on January 20th from 9-4. A perfect opportunity to learn some disaster relief skills. 
 
Vardy Stein is organizing Field Trips for Rotarians in the Spring. If you are interested in participating, please contact him.  
 
PP Judy also announced the return of the Rotary license plate holders. Contact her to purchase some if you are interested. It is a great way to show your Rotarian pride.
 
 
 
 
Alysa Sakkas informed us of her upcoming trip to India to help end Polio. This may be the last inoculation trip. She asked for support for Random Acts of Kindness for her trip and our members in attendance generously contributed over $600.
 
 
Red Badge Talk: Bob Pruitt presented his life in rhyme. It was fantastic. Bob was born in the Midwest and moved a few times before coming to California. He followed in his father’s footsteps as a teacher and eventually became a principal. He is now with the love of his life, Rotarian Susan Black, and they love to travel and visit grandchildren and enjoy their second home on the beach in Oceanside.
 
 
Induction: Welcome to new member Adrienne Moberly, also known to us as the pie lady. Her sponsor is Tom Dyer and her classification is Adult Education.  Although born in LA, she grew up in the bay area and has always focused on education.  She likes to ski and travel and is dedicated to rebuilding a Tibetan Monastery.
 
Richard D King Tribute: PDG’s Orrin Mahoney and Jim Walker relayed to the club some history of the venerable Richard King, past RI president and his accomplishments and showed us pictures of the recent event honoring him with over 500 attendees who donated over $150K at the event, with an additional $200K pledged in his honor. He is a great speaker (and why our speech contest is named after him) and he had significant influence directly on our clubs focus and ongoing support of TRF.
 
Speaker Program: PDG Jim Walker introduced our program for this week. Bob Pagett from Assist International (AI). AI has been a partner of Cupertino Rotary since our first international trip to Estonia many years ago, and we have done many projects together including our most recent one to Romania.  Bob described the history of AI starting in 1989, the evolution of their work focusing on medical assistance in spite of no medical background by he or Charlene. They have done over 600 projects and now have a focus on orphans support as well as medical work. Check out the video of our speaker to learn more by clicking here. 

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Full Yr 2018:       28
Full Yr 2017:       22
Full Yr 2016:       38