Our Program For Wednesday, February 19, 2020
Annual Trivia Challenge!
President Cathy Vicini
Unlike last year where she got the questions out of farmer’s almanac, this time you are all in jeopardy.
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Pledge: Fred Levin
Reflection: Vickie Hardcastle on the origin of Valentine’s Day and a few quotes on the day
Tasia Henderson, a Rotaract Alumnae from SSU
Joke of the Day:
An Englishman, an Irishman and a Scotsman were standing looking at a prize cow in a field.
The Englishman says, “Look at that fine English cow.”
The Irishman disagreed, saying “No, it’s an Irish cow.”
The Scotsman thought for a moment and then clinched the argument. “No, it’s a Scottish cow – it’s got bagpipes underneath.”
Debi Zaft let us know that Kim Graves daughter had a baby girl. Her name is Rose.
Jack Abercrombie was visiting today (so good to see him!). He and Pris are moving to Manteca to be closer to family. We already miss him!
Ray Giampaoli says we are up to 76 riders and $6800 in sponsorships. If you haven’t gotten a sponsor package yet, see him for one. The club would like each member to find on a $500.00 sponsor.
Pete Lescure is passing around the clip board for fellowship sign ups.
Let the Rotary Games Begin!
President Cathy reminded us that Trivia is next week, but she is going to shake it up! Ooooooh!
ALSO starting next week, and continuing for 6 weeks, you will be given a playing card at each meeting. DON’T LOOSE YOUR CARDS! The at the end of the 6 weeks whoever has the best poker hand wins a prize! (And it will be a nice one)
President Cathy had a bag of questions. She went around the room and everyone got a chance to answer one of the questions. This was a fun way to learn something new about our fellow members!
Tim Fawcett: Are you a cat or dog person? Tim says he has become a cat person. He has 2 cats, Greta and Pal
Kris Anderson: What do you notice first when you meet someone? Kris says that it is their teeth. Her dad was an orthodontist.
Kim Murphy: What book influenced you the most? Atlas Shrugged
Fred Levin: A place he wants to travel to? Cruise up the Douro River in Portugal
Jack Abercrombie: Do you have a tattoo? No and never will
Debi Zaft: The most inspiring place that you have been to? Cappadocia in Turkey
Jeanne Levin: What fashion are you glad is gone? For her; spiked heels
Chip Rawson: What is on your bucket list of places to go? A romantic place like St Petersburg, Russia
Richard Lazovick: What are you afraid of? Things you cannot see in the water
Robert Pierce: What super power would you like to have? The ability to fly.
Peter Holewinski: Any career that you wish you had? He had it! Finance and trade projects in developing markets (ooh, maybe he can tell us more!)
Tasia Henderson: What would your pet say about you? I am a very loyal owner
Mary Graves: The most inspiring place you have been? Cappadocia, Turkey like Debi
Norm Owen: What would you do if you were the opposite sex for one day? Run the other way!
Nona Lucas: What one product do you think the world can do without? Social Media
Casey Carter: If you won the lottery, what would you do? Help all her friends
Robby Fouts: If you were president of the world what is the first thing you would do? Find a way to control population growth
Ann Gospe: What is your favorite thing to do? Cooking and she does not have a favorite dish
Paul Hamilton: Most inspiring place you have been to? On an African Safari
Matthew Henry: If you were the opposite sex for one day? Find out why it takes his wife so long to get ready
Ted Wilmsen: Who would you like to have dinner with, loving or dead? Abraham Lincoln
Will Haymaker: What book influenced you the Most? His book of limericks
Karen Ball: What do you enjoy cooking the most? “Goop” de jour.
Bill Hatcher: Who would you like to have dinner with, living or dead? Clint Eastwood
Steve Olson: What smell makes you happy? Trecini Zinfandel
Sam McMillian: Have you ever moved somewhere and started fresh? Oakland, CA
Nour Maxwell: Have you ever moved somewhere and started fresh? Many times: Morocco to Monterey, to the Hague, to Oakland, to South Dakota, to Casablanca, to the Netherlands and to Santa Rosa
Pete Lescure: Most annoying habit a person can have? A closed mind
Tim Delaney: If you were a woman for one day what would you do? Dress as a woman and see what happens
Nicole Le: If you were president of the world for a day what would you do? Initiate world peace
John Poremba: What smell makes you happy? Jasmine
Shari Shamsavari: who would you like to spend time with, living or dead? She does not know
Cecil Humes: 1st thing you would do if the opposite sex for one day? Try to understand a woman’s emotions and children
Jose Guillen: Most annoying habit someone can have? Holding on to resentment
Knoel Owen: If you could do another career, what would it be? A professional fisherman
Vickie Hardcastle: What product do you think the world can do without? Social Media
Blaine Goodwin: Have you ever been selected for jury duty and did you do it. Yes, he has served on a jury and found working with fellow jurors difficult to work with.
Bill Crowley: If given the opportunity to go into space, would you go? No, he cannot sit still that long
Jeff Kolin: Did you ever make a decision that changed your life? Yes, he went to Europe and Africa with a friend. It gave him an appreciation of the world and the girl friend he left behind (he asked her to marry him when he got home).
Diane Moresi: Would you go into space if given the opportunity? Ironically, she did apply for the 1986 Challenger space shuttle. No, now she would not go.
Casey D’Angelo: Do you have a special skill? He makes wedding cakes (I want to know more about that!)
Andrea Geary: What is on your bucket list? She wants to go back to Europe
Dan Balfe: What is his most impressive skill? He gets to know people and relate to them pretty easily
Ray Giampaoli: If you could play any kind of music, what would you play? Polka music because it makes everyone happy.
Judy Glenn: What is your best piece of advice? Take care of your family and friends
Dave Berman: If you could have a superpower, what would it be? A good palate for wine
Cathy Vicini: What is the craziest thing she wanted to achieve? Win the lottery and use the money to make a difference in the non-profit world.
In conclusion, Cathy wants us to have fun for the rest of her year as president. We are a group of healthy co-dependents who want to help everyone. We are a family and need to be aware of our family members who need help or have concerns.
Governor, District 5130
Debi Zaft P.O. Box 505 Santa Rosa, CA 95402
Board of Directors
Club Service I, Membership, Michael Moore
Club Service II, Club Meetings, Holly Garretson
Club Service III, Fundraising, Ryan Thomas
Club Service IV, Member Activities, Anne Gospe
Club Service V, Information Technology and Records, Brandon Urich
Community Service I, Member Involvement, Rio Ray
Community Service II, Youth, Andrea Geary
Vocational Service, Carolyn Fassi
International Service, Dan Balfe
DIGITAL EDITION No. 347 February 12, 2020 EDITOR: Kris Anderson PHOTOGRAPHER: Nicole Le PUBLISHER: Richard Lazovick