Posted by Julie Haff on Mar 09, 2018
There were lots of visitors today, including two officers from the Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office - Jordan Brownlee and Adam Roberts.  Since our scheduled speaker had an unexpected emergency arise and couldn't make it, we prevailed on the Officers to give an update on policing the county these days.
 
Adam Roberts
 
Jordan Brownlee
Minutes of Rotary Club of SLV
Mar 7, 2018
 
Members in attendance: Ken, Judy, Joe, Don, Janet, Julie, Linda, Mary, Cameron, Mike, Karen, Don, Ralph, Carol, Scott W, Bob, Jessica, Ed, Francizka, and Sue.  Guests: Michael and John Sell, Justin, Cal, Libby Leidin- editor of the Valley Press, and SC County Sheriff Deputys Roberts and Brownlee.
 
President Karen opened the meeting with the flag salute, introductions and the Thought for the Day
 
Announcements:  April 6 and 7 is the Rotary homeless work project. April 13 Crab Feed fundraiser for BC Fire Dept —buy tickets ahead. Lacy J Dalton’s fundraiser is in April- please pick up a flyer on the table.
 
Guest speaker: Our scheduled speaker, Pravin Patel, had an emergency to attend to at one of his properties in Santa Cruz, so we prevailed on the two Sheriff’s Deputies to update the group on activities around the Valley these days.  Officer Adam Roberts mentioned that the number one issue that they deal with now is abandoned cars.  We all are aware of this problem.
 
Detective: No detective
 
Drawing: Mike failed to draw the Joker.
 
The meeting was adjourned at 8:30 a.m.
 
Minutes respectfully submitted by J. Haff