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Posted by Joseph Daily on Feb 21, 2017
Today's Flag salute was led by Past President Eric Davenport, our Invocation by Denny Davis and the 4 Way Test by Katie Berger.
Our program today was presented by Steve Wilson a member of Indian Wells Rotary. Steve is a Certified Health Coach with Take Shape for Life.
This plan calls for eating 5 prepared meals 2-3 hours apart. A 6th lean and green meal is self-prepared with suggested recipes and eaten for either lunch or dinner. All Medifast meals are scientifically designed and nutritionally identical to make it easier to keep on track with the program and achieve rapid weight loss.
Once you reach a target goal weight, protein and vegetables are added to maintain weight loss results.
Steve can be reached at (805) 340-8654 or (760) 636-1090 or Steve@NLC1000.com
Pictured above L - R
Posted by Joseph Daily on Feb 15, 2017
On February 14, 2017 our Flag salute was led by Bob Schneck , our Invocation by Denny Davis, and the 4 Way Test led by Pastor Stephen Sloat.
Our program Today Attorneys Karen Sloat and Alexander Reed from the Law Office of Karen J. Sloat. (Karen is Pastor Sloat’s wife)
We received an update on issues related to employer/employee requirements on rest periods, overtime, and labor related matter.
For more information:
Law Offices of Karen Sloat
74-900 Hwy 111, Suite 211
Indian Wells, CA 92210
Pictured above: Past President Eric, Karen Sloat, Alexander Reed
We also received many thank you notes from the children who received dictionaries.
Posted by Joseph Daily on Feb 07, 2017
On January 31, 2017 our Flag salute was led by Bob Schneck , our Invocation by Pastor Stephen Sloat, and the 4 Way Test led by Jason Jackson.
Our program Today feartured the 2017 Date Festival Queen and her Court.
Pictured above: Barbara Cresson, Date Festival Court Queen Scheherazade: Ngan Nguyen, Princess Dunyazade: Alyssah Moffett, Princess Jasmine: Maya Jones and President Ernesto
Rotary announces new chief philanthropy officer
Evanston, Ill. (Jan. 25, 2017) — Rotary taps fundraising expert, Eric Schmelling, to manage philanthropy and fundraising for the humanitarian service organization’s $1 billion charitable arm – The Rotary Foundation.
“With over 20 years at Rotary, Eric brings a deep understanding to this role,” said John Hewko, general secretary of Rotary. “Under Eric’s guidance in his previous roles, we have seen tremendous growth in overall contributions, including in our effort to end polio. We look forward to continued success under Eric’s leadership.”
Schmelling began his career at Rotary in 1995 and has held several positions, including director of planned and major gifts. “It is truly an honor to work for an organization dedicated to making the world a better place,” said Schmelling. “I have invested much of my career here because I believe in Rotary’s mission to end polio and provide those in need with access to clean water, education, peace, healthcare and economic opportunities. As chief philanthropy officer, I am excited to help lead the organization’s efforts to make sure we have the financial resources to continue improving communities worldwide.”
Schmelling is an alumnus of Beloit College in Wisconsin and received his M.A. from Central European University in Hungary. He is a member of the Rotary Club of Evanston Lighthouse.
Rotary brings together a global network of volunteers dedicated to tackling the world’s most pressing humanitarian challenges. Rotary connects 1.2 million members of more than 35,000 Rotary clubs in over 200 countries and geographical areas. Their work improves lives at both the local and international levels, from helping families in need in their own communities to working toward a polio-free world. To access broadcast quality video footage and still photos go to: The Newsmarket.
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Posted by Joseph Daily on Feb 01, 2017
On January 31, 2017 our Flag salute was led by Loretta Moss , our Invocation by Pastor Stephen Sloat, and the 4 Way Test led by Carl Cox.
Our program which was presented by Dr. Bruce Underwood, Healthy Futures.
“ Health management for life is the goal of Healthy Futures by lowering risk factors of diseases as well as improving the odds for healthy living, while reducing health care costs, improving morale, increasing productivity, decreasing absenteeism, decreasing workers compensation claims, improving health and the bottom line.”
HEALTHY FUTURES INC, a Disease Management & Preventive Care Organization, Indian Wells, CA. 2004-Present The business focuses on aging, health, lifestyle improvements, management of disease, nutritional counseling, marathon training, personal training, risk reduction, and wellness for individuals and organizations.
Health management for life is the goal of Healthy Futures by lowering risk factors of diseases as well as improving the odds for healthy living, while reducing health care costs, improving morale, increasing productivity, decreasing absenteeism, decreasing workers compensation claims, improving health and the bottom line.
Healthy Futures can lower health care costs (direct and indirect costs of health insurance, workers compensation costs) by improving health outcomes, reducing emergency room visits and hospitalizations of employees. The approach is one of personal health control which is personalized and customized
Pictured above L-R Dr. Bruce Underwood, President Ernesto
Today we also honored Major Robert Schneck USAF (ret'd) a little late but for his 94th birthday! Bob also brought us up to date on the Little Free Library and gave a preview of next weeks Rotary Magazine Minute.