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Please join us for fellowship in a social setting at the Sausalito Cruising Club, 300 Napa Street. $10 at the door, no-host bar. Guests encouraged!

Social Gathering @ Cruising Club @ 5:30pm
 Apr 26, 2017
 

Please join us Wednesday, April 26, 5:30 pm for fellowship in a social setting at the Sausalito Cruising Club, 300 Napa Street.

$10 at the door, no-host bar. Guests encouraged!

NO LUNCH MEETING this week
 Apr 27, 2017
 

Gem Munro is Tanyss’ partner in life and in work, and has, with Tanyss, devoted his life to improving educational opportunities for disadvantaged people. As well as being Co-Executive Director of Amarok Society, Gem is a bestselling author and visual artist. Most recently, he has directed a documentary film, ‘Heart to Head: How Amarok Society Women are Teaching the World’s Poorest Children’.

Gem is a powerful speaker on peacebuilding, human rights, education, and international development. Whether addressing groups of a dozen or several thousand, Gem’s speeches have touched hearts with their evocative imagery, humour, and insight, echoing his passion for humanity.

Read more about the Amarok Society

Gem Munroe, Amarok Society
 May 04, 2017
 

Dr. Richard Head, M.D..  His presentation is entitled "The Causes of Cancer and the Latest Breakthrough on Treatment."  He will discuss and help us understand how cancers form and how they spread. We now also know that we have nature's supreme medical chest for treatment—our own immune system. This talk focused on the whys and how we get cancer and how our internal pharmacy can stop it.

Dr. Richard Head
 May 11, 2017
 

Candy's presentation is entitled "Florence Nightingale Visits Sausalito Rotary."  Join Florence Nightingale--nurse, humanitarian, author, polyglot, statistician, researcher, and visionary--as she takes us on a journey to Victorian England.


When you peer with her into the past, Florence shines a light on what you can expect in the future.  This interactive experience promises a witty and poignant exploration of life, leadership, and the art of finishing well.  She dresses in period costume. Candy is an award-winning actress, filmmaker, author, nurse and professor.

More about Candy here

 

Candy Campbell
 May 18, 2017
 
Dr. Shirley Thornton
 May 25, 2017
 
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Melissa Prandi will speak with us about Rotary's Membership Value

She is a past president of the National Association of Residential Property Managers and is proud of her company's elite CRMC® (Certified Residential Management Company) status. This title has been earned by fewer than thirty-five companies throughout the United States. Actively involved and committed to the community, Melissa serves on several non-profit boards, including the District 5150 as Membership Development Director. She is a member of the Central Advisory Board for Bank of Marin, was co-chair for Hospice by the Bay Foundation, and served for six years as the Director of Fair Housing of Marin. Melissa received the "Unsung Hero Award" for her dedication to equal housing opportunity in 2009.

Please join us for fellowship in a social setting at the Sausalito Cruising Club, 5:30pm

300 Napa Street. $10 at the door, no-host bar.

Melissa Prandi, PRANDI Property Management
 May 31, 2017
 

Please join us Wednesday, May 31, 5:30 pm for fellowship in a social setting at the Sausalito Cruising Club, 300 Napa Street.

$10 at the door, no-host bar. Guests encouraged!

NO LUNCH MEETING this week
 Jun 01, 2017
 

About Environmental Forum:

Lecture Series 2017 will take a close look at issues including Climate Action in the new Administration, Food Waste, Wildlife, Marin Housing, the Arctic, Health of the Bay, and Marin's Climate Goals. These sessions are offered as education for action, in which participants will gain a deeper understanding of the environmental changes we are facing. Our goal is to inspire you to meet the challenges presented by these changes, armed with greater confidence in making choices that benefit the environment.  Featured Lecture Series speakers will discuss the science underlying each of our topics and explore what we can do as individuals to meet the challenges facing us.

Environmental Forum of Marin
 Jun 08, 2017
 

No luncheon today!

Golf Tournament
 Jun 15, 2017
 
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 Jun 15, 2017
12:30 PM – 7:30 PM
 
With much celebration to recognize our incoming President Elect Ricky Adams and at his Installation Dinner,
please add this welcoming with cheers and a heartfelt "fair thee well", to President Bruce, on your calendar:
 
Thursday, June 22, 2017, 6PM

PEACE LUTHERAN CHURCH PARISH HALL
205 TENNESSEE VALLEY ROAD
, MILL VALLEY
please RSVP to Ricky Adams
Ricky Adams Installation Dinner
 Jun 22, 2017
 

Please join us for fellowship in a social setting at the Sausalito Cruising Club, 5:30pm

This months meeting will be in honor of Past President, Abe Christensen.

300 Napa Street. $10 at the door, no-host bar.

Remembrance of Abe Christiansen
 Jun 28, 2017
 

All members are encouraged to attend our Club Assembly. Last years Visioning Process gave us a blueprint for the future. Join us and help continue to guide our club to make it relevant for our current and future members.

Ricky Adams
 Jul 06, 2017
 

Philip Helmich and his colleague, Sylvia Joy Fry, will present "Rotary International: Making Peace a Priority after Polio."  They focused on the emerging trends in peace and compassion, from inner peace to international peace building, drawing extensively from our personal experiences while highlighting how Rotarians can get involved in practical peace and compassion efforts, starting with themselves and then their families and communities. 

 
They also co-lead faculty of The Shift Network's Peace Ambassador Training 2.0, and they are involved in the  World Peace Library, The Summer of Peace, and Yoga Day Summit. Philip is the author of Author: God and Conflict

His recent articles are:

Philip Helmich & Sylvia Joy Fry
 Jul 13, 2017
 

Rotary Club of Sausalito is pleased to have District Governor Ron Gin visit our club to share his vision and story. All member are encouraged to come and stay for the entire meeting. The board will meet prior to the lunch meeting, where he will find out how things are progressing with the club, what projects, events and we have planned as well as discuss our accomplishments. All committee chairs and interested parties are encouraged to attend. Please be prompt for the meeting and lunch!

Rotary Club of Sausalito is pleased to have District Governor Jeri Fujimoto visit our club to share her vision and her story. All member are encouraged to come and stay for the entire meeting. There will be a traveling raffle prize that DG Fujimoto will be raffling for the Rotary Foundation, so bring your credit card or checkbook to support the 100 Year Anniversary of the Rotary Foundation The board will meet prior to the lunch meeting, where she will find out how things are progressing with the club, what projects, events and we have planned as well as discuss our accomplishments. All committee chairs and interested parties are encouraged to attend. Please be prompt for the meeting and lunch!
District Governor Ron Gin
 Jul 20, 2017
 

How did all these happen? This talk reveals China’s large scale forced organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience, and provides the history of the investigation: how it began, caught the public attention, and has now become a prime focus internationally.

With the strong bi-partisan support, U.S. Congress unanimously passed resolution H.R. 343 in June 2016, expressing serious concerns about the on-going large scale forced organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience in China. European Congress passed a resolution in Dec. 2013, urging the Chinese government to stop this brutal practice. The governments of Israel, Spain, and Taiwan have made policies to prevent their citizens from going to China to receive organ transplants.

Mr. Nan Su, Human Right's Activist
 Jul 26, 2017
 

We welcome fellow member Reza Najafi of Paradise Properties who will speak to the club about the day to day operations of Rotary Village and Rotary Place and what it takes to manage the properties, and the financial situation. Q&A to follow.

Reza Najafi
 Aug 03, 2017
 

Crystal Chang is a lecturer on Global Studies at UC Berkeley. She will speak to us about the tensions that have been rapidly rising in the South China Sea over the last several years.  The area is rich in natural resources and a is major hub of global shipping.  It has become the stage for heated territorial disputes between China, Malaysia, Brunei, the Philippines, and Vietnan.
 

More about Crystal Chang

Crystal Change
 Aug 10, 2017
 

Speaker Kris Calvin will teach us about personal political advocacy (nonpartisan) and fostering personal creativity.

Educated at Stanford and UC Berkeley in economics and forensic psychology, Ms. Calvin is CEO of the American Academy of Pediatrics in California. The California Assembly and the Governor’s office have both honored Ms. Calvin as a leader in child health advocacy.

Ms. Calvin is also an award-winning author. Her Sacramento-based mystery/thriller, One Murder More, received multiple national literary awards in the categories of Best First Novel, Best Political Thriller, and Best Female Detective/Sleuth. Kris enjoys sharing her experiences with others.

More about Kris

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Kris Calvin
 Aug 17, 2017
 

This weeks speaker is Gil Sanborn. He will be speaking on current security threats to the US.  This should be a very interesting and relevant topic given our position in the world.

Gil Sanborn
 Aug 24, 2017
 

Join us at the Sausalito Cruising Club Wednesday for our evening social! Peter Bjorkland and crew will fill us in on the Art Festival Weekend details and we will enjoy eachother's company!

Peter Bjorklund
 Aug 30, 2017
 
Speaker David Vogelstein
 
His presentation is entitled "Old School...New School:What is wrong with our kids today and how to fix it." 
 
David Vogelstein
 Sep 07, 2017
 

In September she will talk to us about her transition from living in a mud hut in Zimbabwe to being a business woman in Santa Rosa providing living assistance to others.

Martha was born in a traditional village in Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe). She and her sisters and brothers were raised in a mud hut by their mother, a woman illiterate but wise. "Education is the key," Martha's mother told her children. Martha escaped the poverty and patriarchy of Zimbabwe through schooling, strength of will, and careful planning. After obtaining a nursing degree in Ireland, Martha made her way to America, where she fulfilled her dream of business ownership.

Martha Lovejoy
 Sep 14, 2017
 

Chris Gallagher will talk to us about Rotary Foundation, and, at the same meeting, Max Huff will talk to us about the upcoming South Africa project and how members can get involved.

Chris Gallagher & Max Huff
 Sep 21, 2017
 

Please join us in welcoming candidates for Sausalito City Council at the Sausalito Cruising Club.

$10 per person, Guests encouraged.

Candidate's Forum
 Sep 27, 2017
 

Kevin McCormack, Sr. Director Public Communications & Patient Advocate Outreach of CIRM

CIRM, California's stem cell institute, was created by the voters of California in 2004 when they overwhelmingly passed Proposition 71, which authorized $3 billion in funding for stem cell research in California. The institute funds stem cell research at institutions and companies throughout California (as well as institutions and companies outside of the state that conduct a portion of their research in California) with the goal of accelerating treatments to patients with unmet medical needs.

About Kevin: https://blog.cirm.ca.gov/stem-cellar-team/

Kevin McCormack
 Oct 05, 2017
 
Gil Sanborn
 Oct 19, 2017
 

Steven's presentation consists of a 25 minute slide presentation with many of the best photos from my collection of more than 4,000, along with a running commentary followed by a short Q&A session. For more information about Steven: www.stevenburchik.com

Steven Burchik: Veteran, Author, Photographer
 Oct 25, 2017 12:15 PM