November 2017
Club Officers and Directors
President Elect Nominee
Past President
International Serv
Public Relations
Club Administration
Special Events/BBQ
Program Chair
The Rotary Foundation
Youth Service
Rotary Club Foundation Board
Richard Dale
Colette Hyder
Peggy Hesse
Jim Anderson
Jeremy Moreno

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Rotary Club of Nipomo


Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 7:00 AM
Monarch Dunes - Butterfly Grille
1606 Trilogy Parkway
Nipomo, CA  93444
United States
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What a month. We finished our Little Free Library, we planted trees in the park for every member and was joined by our District Governor John Weiss, we had beach clean up with Interact from Nipomo High and Righetti High and we had an amazing event with Mesa Middle School Drama Dept, Boys and Cub Scout troop 405 & 450 along with the Best Rotary Club on the Central Coast. I want to Thank all of you who participated in any and all of these events.
This month looks like we are going to be just as busy. Starting this Sunday BBQing for the 4H club at St Joseph's Church, Community Thanksgiving Fests on November 12th also at the Church, Nipomo High School Pancake breakfast and Turkey pull at the Pismo Veterans Hall. We will also be having another evening meeting at Black Lake on the 29th. See you there!
Fall has arrived. One of our biggest Fundraisers is on October 29th "Winner Winner Pulled Pork Dinner" The money that comes from this event goes to supporting our club along with the our partners for this event, Mesa Middle School Drama Dept and Boy & Cub Scouts here in Nipomo. I'm asking that all our members please do your part and sell your tickets. 
October 7 & 8 is OctoberFest at Nipomo Regional Park. We will be providing BBQ sandwiches on the 7th. Please come out and support your club. The money raised at this event will go towards that amazing  BBQ and Smoker we are having built
Update on out Little Free Library. It is near completion. Al is collecting books for all ages. 
October 14th is the day we will be planting a tree for every member. I am really excited about doing this project. Not only did our RI President, Ian Riseley, ask all club members to plant a tree this year but locally our park has lost a lot of trees due to end of growth, insects and drault. October is the month for Economic and Community Development so all of this ties together.
On Sept 27 was our first evening meeting. A few of you had voiced that we are a breakfast club and do not like the change. I understand what you are saying. Rotary International is asking us to change to build Rotary back up and if we can build a club that will appeal to a younger audience one day a month, I feel it's worth trying. Change is good and I feel that most of you will agree, it was fun. Some us even brought our spouses. I'm looking forward to this months evening meeting on October 25th at Black Lake Golf Course. 
I would like to remind you to please answer the survey sent monthly. Only 10% of our club is. The information is sent to me anonymously but the remarks are very valuable to the club so we/I may improve.
I want to tell of you how much this club/you mean to me. These past few years have been very tough for my husband and I and without the friendships and the support from all of you, it would have been much harder. We all go through stuff in our lives, but without the support of family and friends it would be tough to see the light at the end of the tunnel. We see that light and it's getting brighter. Sometimes it dims a little but it's picking up the energy we need to get through this.
Thank you all,
Your President
This month I am proposing that our club builds a Little Free Library and place it in front of the Chamber of Commerce. I have met with a few of our members and I have started looking for used materials that we can build with. Habitat for Humanity has some amazing things that with a little imagination we can transform into our Little Library. Once our project is finished we will be asking each of our members to bring a book to put into the Library. 
Another project we will be doing is planting a tree for every member. The date for this project is October 14 at the Nipomo Regional park. One of the Girl Scout Troops here in Nipomo will be helping us in this project. If you feel that you are not able to help plant your tree, I am asking that you find a family member to possibly plant yours. These trees will be coastal live oaks most likely one gallon in size so small enough to plant ourselves. We will need to put screening around the roots to protect them. Cages and large post to protect them above ground. So please mark your calendars for October 14 starting around 9:00am. 
A project that really needs to be finished is the bricks in front of the Rotary Bandstand. I have about 6 more bricks that need to be printed and placed in the ground. This may end up being a rather large project from the looks of it. I was there the other day and noticed the sand that was holding the bricks in place has mostly blown away and some bricks have been lifted up. There are weeds that need to be cleaned out as well. We will need to cover the printed bricks with tape so it is easier to mortar the bricks in. If at all possible, maybe some of us can be working on the Bandstand while some of us are planting. Just a thought. It is a lot to do but it needs to get finished. 
I have to say that this is the part of Rotary I enjoy the most and understand it may not be yours. All I ask is that you help out in some way. Thank you all for being the Best Club on the Central Coast!!
Reminder that this month we will start having our once a month evening meeting at Black Lake. Meeting will be on September 27th at 6:00pm to 7:30pm.
no speaker
Nov 22, 2017
Turkey Pull
Greg Steinberger
Nov 29, 2017
Doc Burnsteins
Ramon Alvarez
Dec 06, 2017
Cowboy Freedom
Ron Castle, CEO
Dec 13, 2017
Community Health Centers
Dec 20, 2017
Kids Christmas Party
no meeting
Dec 27, 2017
Holiday break
Judy & Bruce
Jan 03, 2018
Member Orientation
John Weiss
Jan 10, 2018
District Governor
Bob Christenson
Jan 17, 2018
The Evacuation of Saigon
George Trevelyan
Jan 24, 2018
Grassy Oak Oyster Company
Chief Scott Jalbert
Jan 31, 2018
San Luis Obispo County Fire Dept
Kelly Ricker
Feb 07, 2018
Illustrations by Kelly Ricker
Feb 14, 2018
Not So Newlywed Game
Andy Caldwell
Feb 21, 2018
Coalition of Labor Agriculture & Business
Larry Bauchman
Feb 28, 2018
Magic Show
Dr. Wen Chen
Apr 18, 2018
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