March 1, 2017 Bulletin

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DIGITAL EDITION No. 214  March 1, 2017  EDITOR: Layne Bowen PHOTOGRAPHER: Nicole Le PUBLISHER: Richard Lazovick

Our Program For March 8, 2017

WHERE IS CYBERCRIME REALLY COMING FROM?

Steve Marburger

CyberCrime

CyberCrime

Cybercrime netted a whopping $450 billion in profits last year, with 2 billion records lost or stolen worldwide. In a November 2016 Ted Talk, security expert Caleb Barlow calls out the insufficiency of our current strategies to protect our data. His solution? We need to respond to cybercrime with the same collective effort as we apply to a health care crisis, sharing timely information on who is infected and how the disease is spreading. If we’re not sharing, he says, then we’re part of the problem.

Cybercrime

Cybercrime

Following the video, our own IT expert Steve Marburger of Pipeline IT will follow up with more alarming information and what we can do to protect our own personal and business data.

There is no doubt that this topic is among the most relevant in the news today!

UPCOMING PROGRAMS
Wednesday March 15: Past Presidents Day
Wednesday March 22: Charitable Grants Presentation
Wednesday March 29: City’s Community Development and Economic Development Director

USEFUL LINKS

Visit our district at: http://www.rotary5130.org
Check out Rotary International at: http://www.rotary.org
Come see us at: http://rotarymeansbusiness

NOTE:  All images are clickable. Click on the pictures to see them in full size.

OPENING CEREMONIES:

Pledge: Doug Garrison via Don McMillan

Invocation: Kim Murphy

Quoted George Patton in her invocation.

VISITING ROTARIANS

None present for the second week in a row. Is it something we said?  Is it the food? Is it Jose?

It’s Jose, isn’t it???????

GUESTS

Kim Graves introduced her husband, John. Kerrie Chambers introduced her father, Ken. Steve Olson introduced his wife, Elaine.  Sam McMillan introduced his wife, Rita.

SUNSHINE BY GINNY

Tim Delaney had surgery. Please keep him in your thoughts.

Julia Parranto raffle loser

Julia Parranto raffle loser

ROBBY’S RAFFLE

Hosted by Keven Brown. Something like $ 1,400,000.00 Yankee Dollars were not won by Julia Parranto who walked away with a mere $10 consolation prize.

EL PRESIDENTIAL RECOGNITION

El Presidente Jose recognized those Rotarians who participated in the 2nd New Gen Peacebuilders program last weekend. He also recognized Elizabeth and her social committee for their work hosting last Friday’s well-attended social at Franchetti’s Restaurant.

KIM MURPHY’S BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION

Kim recognized those Rotarians who were born in the month of March.  Then, El Presidente serenaded Elizabeth with his special birthday song in Spanish.  Don’t give up your day job!

March birthdays

March birthdays

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Jeff  Kolin announced the need for sponsors for Giro Bello, our big annual fundraiser. Ann Gospe will return as the lead for SignUp Genius, our tool for club members to volunteer for Giro Bello. Jeff asked for response asap from past coordinators so that we can get rolling on logistical planning.

To promote our premier fundraiser, Giro Bello, Rotarians are encouraged to pass out flyers. We have 1,000’s of them. Don’t be shy!

Sam McMillan brought back penguins from his trip to Monterrey and donated $100 toward his grandson’s Paul Harris.

Debi Zaft unintentionally washed her cell phone after taking a selfie. Her daughter sent her a new phone, so Debi donated $25.

Ryan Thomas donated $45 to the foundation in recognition of his son’s basketball team.

Rich de Lambert donated the shirt off his back (long story) from the Sonoma State basketball team.

PROGRAM

Speaker1Speaker2After the usual Rotary technical difficulties, Film makers Nick Tipon, Don Silverek and Don Cambou presented a documentary film they produced about Santa Rosa.  Gaye LeBaron, who has written two books documenting the history of Santa Rosa is interviewed and many photos and old film footage from Santa Rosa’s early years were shown. The film documents the various immigrants who shaped our city’s development from a small agrarian community to the large regional hub city it has become.

MUCHAS GRACIAS, MIS AMIGOS & AMIGAS

El Presidente Jose wishes to thank the following Rotarians for making today’s meeting a success:

Greeters: Ginny Cannon
Lunch Ticket Taker: Diane Moresi
Lunch Ticket Sellers: Chip Rawson & Brandon Uhrich
Visiting Rotarians & Guests: Karen Ball
Raffle Seller: Keven Brown
Sgt. At Arms: Los Barron, Debi Zaft, Rich de Lambert, & Dan Shell

OFFICERS

Rotary Club of Santa Rosa Officers

President: Jose Guillen, President Elect: Julia Parranto, President Elect Nominee: Tony Roehrick, Past President: Doug Johnson, Secretary: Debi Zaft, Treasurer: Cecil G. Humes, Sergeant at Arms in Training: Los Barron

President Rotary International

John F. Germ, member of the Rotary Club Of Chattanooga, Tennessee

Governor, District 5130

Wulff A. Reinhold, Sr. member of the Rotary Club of Rohnert Park – Cotati

Attendance Secretary

Debi Zaft P.O. Box 505 Santa Rosa, CA 95402

Board of Directors

Kathleen Archer, Jack Atkin, Gesine Franchetti, Ray Giampaoli, Will Haymaker, Elizabeth Karbousky, Steve Marburger, Jackie McMillan, Diane Moresi

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