Speaker Date Topic
Jim Quinney Oct 25, 2017
Lighting for Literacy

Through the exploration of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), middle and high school students learn how to build sustainable renewable lighting systems for installation in off-grid communities.These sustainable, renewable lighting systems then enable students in underserved countries to advance their educations while giving students here the opportunity to experience "service above self."Emphasizing Science, Sustainability and Service Above Self, Lighting for Literacy's ultimate goal is to empower our next generation of humanitarians to make the world a better place.

Club Assembly - Bill Halldin Nov 01, 2017
Public Relations
Aero Space Museum - Mather AFB Nov 08, 2017
District Governer Sandi Sava Nov 15, 2017
Governor's Visit to our club - Subject matter to discuss - TBA
Governor's Visit to our club - Subject matter to discuss - TBA

Sandra Sava, a litigation attorney with Meissner, Joseph & Palley.  Has been a proud Rotarian since 1996.  District 5180 Governor for the 2017 - 2018 term

Bar Admissions
California, 1985
United States Supreme Court
Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal
U.S. District Court Eastern District of California
U.S. District Court Central District of California
U.S. District Court Northern District of California

McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific, Sacramento, California
University of California Berkeley – Political Science

Dark Nov 22, 2017
Ray Ward, Past District Governor Nov 29, 2017
Marketing Your Club
Bill Tobin Dec 06, 2017
Shelter Box

ShelterBox responds to Hurricane Harvey.
Assessment underway as Response Team is activated.
Tropical Storm Harvey strengthened into a hurricane over the Gulf of Mexico last week and made landfall northeast of Corpus Christi, Texas on Friday. It was a Category 4 hurricane with winds of 130 miles per hour. It then moved offshore before making landfall again, this time as a Category 3 hurricane.
Harvey brought sustained rain to some of Texas’ most populated areas. At least five people have been killed and more than a dozen injured. Houston, the fourth-largest city in the United States, has seen widespread destruction and devastation. The downpour has been torrential and relentless. Roads in Houston and elsewhere have been turned into raging rivers. By the time the storm ends, some areas may see more than 50 inches of rain.
ShelterBox USA has been in continuous contact with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to discuss potential shelter options for displaced people and repair options for damaged homes, including the provision of ShelterBox Tents and ShelterKits. Another possible need is the delivery of privacy tents to area shelters where large numbers of families are being housed, allowing for medical treatment, childcare, and a host of other critical options.
“ShelterBox is looking at how best to assist in sheltering families during this enormous disaster in Texas. With the deployment of our Response Team to assess the most vulnerable communities, we remain committed to helping displaced families in their darkest hours.”~ ShelterBox USA President, Kerri Murray

Placer County Supervisor Robert Weygandt Dec 13, 2017

District 2 - Robert Weygandt

 Robert Weygandt, Chairman

A lot is happening in District 2 and throughout the county. Visiting my website is a great way to learn about issues I am working on and to share with me your concerns and ideas. I encourage you to visit it regularly.

My commitment remains the same today as it was the first day I took office in 1995: to maximize the value of county services and provide the leadership needed to help guide one of the fastest-growing counties in California.

Although our county faced severe financial difficulties in the past few years, the careful long-range planning that we followed has paid off. Today our county’s future looks bright. Placer County has earned a well-deserved reputation as a great place to live, work, lean and play.

I am determined to continue the progress we have made during my 21 years on the Board. I pledge to continue working hard on behalf of my constituents. I'm privileged to represent District 2 and thankful for the opportunity to make a difference in a county I am grateful to call home.

Club Assembly Jan 03, 2018
Robert Smith. LMH Jan 10, 2018
Wellness Coach
Speech Contest Feb 14, 2018