SCOTTS VALLEY ROTARY CLUB

 

MISSION:  INSPIRING EACH OTHER TO TAKE ACTION -

SO THAT TOGETHER WE CAN CHANGE THE WORLD!

Welcome to our Club!

Scotts Valley

Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 12:15 PM
Bruno's Barbeque
230G Mt. Hermon Road
Upstairs Meeting Room
Scotts Valley, CA  95066
United States
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Please welcome Angela Marshall.  Angela is the Office Manager at the Scotts Valley Chamber of Commerce.  Danny Reber is her sponsor.
 
 
 
Dear Scotts Valley Rotary Club,
 
I am having a wonderful first year experience in college at Cal Poly.  I have learned so much just in a matter of weeks and am already looking into studying abroad and summer internships. Classes have been
moderately difficult, but I am pushing through it with the help of friends and mentors.  I wanted to thank you again so much for helping to support me financially in my college experience, I could not be more grateful. I hope that everything is going great for you all in Scotts Valley, I sure do miss home!
 
Blessings,
 
Shauna Sweeney
Dear Rotary Ladies and gents,
 
The Interact Fall Leadership Conference is one week away. I am going and would love to have many of you to join me. 
 
Please check your availability and let me know if you can attend. Please note the corrected date is Sunday, October 8th. There is a $13.00 fee to cover lunch and expenses. 
 
All the best,
Randy Klein
 
 
Sunday, October 8 from 8:15 am until 3:00 pm at Independence High School in San Jose, CA (1776 Educational Park Dr, San Jose).

In an effort to increase advisor (both Rotarian and Faculty) participation at the event, the advisor workshop will again be in the morning from 10:00 am until 11:45 am in rooms M33-38, aka the Industrial classrooms. A map of the school can be found here. The schedule for the workshop will be:

10:00—10:10--all gather/introductions/Interact theme for year

10:10---10:40-—positive youth development (Assets)/Interactors-Advisors share effective working relationships and Interact best practices through a panel which will cover the following:
a. ABC’s of Interact
b. Election process
c. Sample budget
d. Other questions/topics

10:40—11:10--large group discussion on youth protection, club chartering process, & communication with district

11:15—11:40--participants have the choice to attend 1 of 2 options:
a. RYLA 2018
b. Speech Contest 2018

 In addition, help is needed to serve lunch to the 4,000 Interactors after the advisor workshop at 11:45 am. If you are able to volunteer, please sign up here: tinyurl.com/FLC2017VolunteerRegistration

Digital resources for the workshop can be downloaded and accessed here.

There is an event fee of $13 for all attendees, which includes lunch. Payment and registration is through interact Clubs. Please contact an Interact Club in which your Rotary Club sponsors to sign up.

Thank you very much for your time, and we look forward to seeing you on October 8th!!
 
For any questions, please contact Chris Miller here, or at 408-395-7949.

You are also welcome to visit the FLC website at this address, which includes further details and a video recap of previous year FLC's.
http://flc.interact5170.org/
Patrizia meets at the Rotary Club of Icarai, in Niterói, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, with the club and the school being "adopted"- Centro Educacional de Niterói CEN
 
 
 
 
 
Patrizia Materassi's late-father Enzo Materassi was one of the founder members of this club back in 1970. He served as President in 1982-83.
 
 
Fourth School to apply to the Marine Debris Program!
 
 
 
 
 
 

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