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2018 – 2019 Message from President Bert
 
Thank you for visiting our website! Now, how about visiting our club? We are a group of local business, professional, and civic leaders. We meet regularly, listen to and interact with interesting and inspiring speakers, and we participate in worthwhile projects both within our local community and throughout the world.
 
In 1990 I left a position at Hewlett Packard to help my wife operate a small business in Mountain View, and I quickly joined Rotary to learn more about our community. Since then, Rotarians—in Mountain View, and throughout the world! --  have become some of the key people whom I trust, am friends with, do business with, and am inspired by. Through Rotary, I have personally experienced feeding the poor in Mountain View; delivering wheelchairs to folks who couldn’t afford them in Belize; and helping to eliminate polio in India and Africa.
 
Our club theme this year is “Have Fun Being the Inspiration.” We organize and participate in fun projects, through which we accomplish significant tasks—but we need more members to help us succeed. Come to any meeting and check us out!
 
Bert Raphael
President, 2018-19
Rotary of Club of Mountain View

Mountain View Rotary Club

Meeting Notes by Scott
March 19, 2019
President Bert welcomed all in attendance and reminded:   Our Rotary International theme for this year is “Be the Inspiration”.  Our Mountain View Rotary Club theme is “Have Fun Being the Inspiration.”  
 
Twana led the Pledge of Allegiance.  Scott shared a thought for the day.   Phil led a song.  
Tom welcomed today’s visitors.    S. Srindhar, a visiting Rotarian from Bangalore, India, was introduced.   He is visiting his daughter in the Mountain View area.   S. Srindhar shared some highlights of his Rotary Club’s activities in India and he exchanged a flag.  
 
Cathy Merrill was introduced as a guest.    David Cain was a guest, assisting our presenter.  
Announcements:
Thanks to Scott for being our 4-fer today
            Community Service –CSMA sign-ups are going well.   This is a good opportunity to get                          Rotary’s name out in the community.   
Membership efforts -- Bring a friend to Rotary!
Polio Flash Campaign underway—Monique encouraged all to donate.
The sign up for the Club social at Monique’s on March 26 was passed around.    
Civil Grand Jury candidates requested –email Bert if interested.
The San Jose East Evergreen Crab Feed is on March 23.
District Training Assembly is April 6 – Signup sheet was circulated
District golf tournament is May 17 in Alameda – Roger is signed up. Any others                                      interested?
District Conference, May 17-19 on the Hornet, Alameda
 
 
Speaker: Introduced by Tom
 
Diana Russell, co-founder of the Silicon Valley North Chapter of Citizens' Climate Lobby.
Diana Russell worked as Chief Nursing Officer/Chief Clinical Officer at El Camino Hospital for 12 years.  She is a co-founder of the Silicon Valley North Chapter of Citizens' Climate Lobby. She is a Registered Nurse and a member of CCL's Health Team. In this role she has been a major contributor to strategies for seeking endorsements from hospitals and healthcare providers.   Diana gave a presentation on CCL’s efforts lobbying efforts and a Carbon Fee and Dividend bill currently in Congress.   She spoke about CCL’s tie to Rotary through CCL’s founder, Marshall Saunders, who was a Rotarian in Southern California.  
 
 
Note: see page 43 of the April issue of Rotarian Magazine about CCL’s interaction with Rotary!
 
Vocational Speech:  Alan Goodman gave a talk about his background growing up in Arkansas, getting a degree in international management and how he came to own a promotional materials company.
 
Future Schedule:
            March 26: Evening social at Monique’s (Sign up!)
            April 2: Next regular lunch meeting (Speaker still not definite)
            April 3: Board/Leadership Meeting
            April 6:  Steven's Creek Trail clean up at 9am at Whisman Park on Easy Street
 
 
Meeting adjourned.    
 
 
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