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We meet Tuesdays at 6:45 AM
Heritage Palms Country Club
44291 Heritage Palms Drive South
Indio, CA  92201
United States
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Today's Flag Salute was led by Joe Daily, our Invocation by Past President Scott Trujillo and the 4 Way test  led by Joe Glowitz
 
Our program was presented by our own PRESIDENT Bryan Macy.  President Bryan led a discussion on membership development, social activities and gave a recap of our annual income and expenses.
 
 
Pictured above  President Bryan
 
Past District Governor Doug gave an update on the calendar project and reported a few sales. Doug urged everyone to get busy and make some sales. This promises to be a great fundraiser but we need to get busy and make sales!
Today our Flag salute was led by Carl Cox, Our Invocation given by Pastor Stephen Sloat and the 4 Way Test led by Dorian Inzunza.
 
Our program was presented by Past President (2X), Foundation Chair, Bob Russell.  Bob told us about his recent attendance at the International Rotary Convention in Atlanta.
 
One of the areas Bob visited was the FELLOWSHIPS.
 
 

By Rotary Service and Engagement Staff

Throughout the month of June, we’ve been honoring Rotary Fellowships Month by sharing exciting stories from various Rotary Fellowships. Although fellowships range in interest, they all find ways to incorporate their passions into service initiatives in various forms. Fellowships enhance the Rotary experience by allowing members to make friends and connections outside of their clubs, and utilize these connections to address community needs. Below are just a few examples of how Rotary Fellowships are making a difference:

  • The International Fellowship of Scouting Rotarians recognizes youth with superior scouting and guiding skills in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom through their Youth Services Award. The group also encourages youth involvement in community projects. Recently, members from the Rotary Club of Waco in Texas, USA, worked with local Boy Scouts to clear and improve trails at their local arboretum. The Fellowship also recognizes Rotarians and Rotaractors for their dedicated service to scouting and Rotary through the Cliff Dochterman Award, named after RI President Cliff Dochterman (1992-93), a devoted scouter.
  • Members of the International Fellowship of Birdwatching Rotarians (IFBR) gather annually for a local bird walk through the city hosting the Rotary Convention. During the 2016 Convention, Robert Newlin, author of Korea Through Her Birds, joined the group as they toured Shirip University in Seoul, South Korea. At the end of the walk, IFBR presented Newlin with a US$100 donation which aided his efforts to rescue and rehabilitate endangered waterbirds, shorebirds, and seabirds. Read more about the group’s activities.
  • The International Travel and Hosting Fellowship (ITHF) enables Rotarians and Rotaractors to enrich their travel experiences through cultural exchanges by visiting other ITHF members during the course of their travels. Tilak Thapa Magar was visiting the United States from Nepal when he was hosted by fellow ITHF member, Bob Artis. Read how his experience strengthened his appreciation for Rotary.
  • The Rotarian Jazz Fellowship organized an International Jazz ’n’ Youth Exchange in northern Germany where 120 kids took part in the camp—60 from Germany and 60 from the USA. The group also organizes concerts to raise funds supporting young aspiring jazz musicians.
  • The International Fellowship of Rowing Rotarians is organizing rowing against cancer initiatives focused on raising awareness within their local communities through rowing trips.

There are currently over 70 Rotary fellowships! If your recreational or vocational interest isn’t represented by Rotary’s current Fellowships, contact us for information on starting a new group! Five new groups were recognized during the 2016-17 Rotary year:

 
Pictured above L-R  ACTING PRESIDENT, Past President Eric Davenport, Past President, Foundation Chair (2x)  Bob Russell
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Today our Flag salute was led by Eric Davenport, our Invocation given by Pastor Stephen Sloat and the 4 Way Test led by Assistant Governor Area 1, Stacy Fifield.
 
Loretta Moss introduced our program which was presented by Assistant Governor Area 1, STACY FIFIELD.    Stacy has been here many times as President of Indio Rotary Club.  Today she brought us up to date on the results of the MATH FIELD and our joint project with the Noon Rotary that provides transportation to the CV History Museum for elementary schools. This year 10 or 11 schools in Desert Sands Unified School District participated. This represented some 950 students. Stacy also indicated that District Governor Elect, MANZOOR MASSEY is a member of the San Bernardino Cross Roads Rotary, 
 
 
 
Pictured above L- R President Ernesto, Assistant Governor Stacy Fifield.
On May 30, 2017 our Flag salute was led by Glenn Miller ,  our Invocation by Pastor Stephen Sloat, and the 4 Way Test led by Bob Clayton.
 
Our program was introduced by Loretta Moss and was presented by Brent Hodges of "WE the PEOPLE"
 
National Write Your Congressman (NWYC) is an organization that gives small businesses a voice in American government. As the nation's largest, privately held, nonpartisan membership organization made up of small businesses, NWYC is dedicated to the delivery of constituent opinions to representatives in Washington. For more than 55 years, NWYC has provided small business owners and operators the tools necessary to connect with members of Congress and a platform to let their collective voice be heard. NWYC's team of experts provides unbiased, nonpartisan information and research on top issues and pending legislation relevant to small business owners today. NWYC presents both sides of the issue so that members can form an educated opinion and let their opinions be heard. 
 
Brent travels throughout the Coachella Valley meeting with business owners to bring this program and to encourage responsible Americans to use their influence in government to preserve the freedoms set forth by our Founding Fathers.
 
For more information he can be contacted at;  bhodgesnwyc@gmail.com or (951) 285-9967
 

Pictured above L-R  Brent Hodges, President Ernesto

 

 

START THINKING ABOUT CALENDAR SALES

Doug is working hard on the Calendar Project which promises to become a major fundraiser.  In order to be a success we all need to get advertisers and line up sales for the calendar!

 

Today our Flag salute was led by Carlos Pena, our Invocation given by Pastor Stephen Sloat and the 4 Way Test led by Bob Scheck.
 
President Ernesto introduced our own Joe Glowitz for a "CRAFT TALK".   Joe brought us up to date on the progress of the REQUA Project, the future "Downtown Indio" project.  We learned about FOG!
 
We learned how in 2016 the Valley Sanitary District turned to the sun as an alternative energy source for cleaner and cheaper electricity. This 20 year power purchase  is equivalent to powering 3000+ homes or use of 684 gallons of water!
 
 
Pictured above L-R  Past President,  Joe Glowitz, President Ernesto
 
We forgot to provide Loretta Moss with her mug so we corrected that today.
 
 
 
Pictured above L-R  President Ernesto, Loretta Moss
 
On May 16, 2017 our Flag salute was led by Carl Cox ,  our Invocation by Eric Davenport, and the 4 Way Test led by Loretta Moss.
 
Our program was introduced by President Ernesto and featured Lisa Slam, Event manager of the Palm Springs Air Museum.
 
CNN reports that the Palm Springs Air Museum is one of the 14 best in the world!  Over 55 aircraft are possessed by the museum.  The Major General Kenneth P. Miles Hangar is being built to memorialize the soldiers that fought in Korea and Vietnam.
 
 In the spirit of giving, the museum is asking you purchase a brick to honor the patriot in your life. The bricks provide a lasting legacy, and ensure that these heroes are never forgotten.
 
The Palms Springs Air Museum is located at 745 N. Gene Autry Trail, Pam Springs, CA 92262 phone  (760) 778-6262  www.PalmSpringsAirMuseum.org
 

 

 

Pictured above L-R President Ernesto, Lisa Slam

 

We also had a update on PDG Doug's Calendar project.  We need to get to work selling advertisement and calendars!

 

Bob Schneck and Ann Morales reported on the completion of the construction and painting of the "Little Free Libararies".

 

Heritage Palms ROTARY MEETS HERE TUESDAY at 6:45 AM