Ian HS Riseley
Rotary District 5160 Governor:
Durham Rotary President:
May 21st, 2018
The 2018 Harvest Festival will be held on September 16, 2018
2018 Calendar for Durham Rotary
Michelle Ramsey-Master Gardner program in Butte County.
Haley Skeen (KHSL-TV) role as TV reporter.
Harvest Festival Meeting at Jim Brinson Activity Center in Durham
BBQ at Durham Park with DHS Students
Patrick Ranch Tour
Bill Curry on managing subcontracts for space programs
Experience as an USMC Pilot
President Larry Bradley opened the meeting at the Durham Park. He asked Grant Patterson (student and Jim’s grandson) to lead the pledge, which he did. Larry then led us in singing “God Bless American”. Jim Patterson then gave the invocation.
This was our student picnic for out scholarship, Camp Royal and Camp Venture students.
May 29th: No Meeting
June 5th: At the Patrick Ranch.
June 12th: At the BCCC with Bill Curry discussing the Hubble Telescope. It is a ladies night.
June 19th: John Moss will speaking on his experiences in the Marines.
June 26th: Demotion
July 3rd: No Meeting
July 17th: David Little, Editor of the Chico ER
If a Tuesday is not listed above, there is no meeting that week.
President Larry introduce Colleen Coutts, the Durham High School Interact Club advisor. He thanked her for all her work with the Interact Club.
He also introduced Lloyd Webb who is both the Superintendent of Schools in Durham and Principle of Durham High School.
He then called up Senora Contreras (below) and presented her with
the Durham Rotary Teach of the Year plaque.
We then had dinner.
Following dinner President Larry called up the Camp Venture student, Adin Du Bose. The other Camp Venture student, Anna King could not attend the picnic.
Following Camp Venture, President called up the Camp Royal students who were (left to right in the photo below: Tyler Jones, Addison Zaring, Emily Holman and Joanna Villegas-Orozoco. Bill Collins could not attend.
Lastly, President Larry called up the scholarship winners. They were Allison “Ali” Argo, Josiah Badie, Lindsey Bryant, Carolyn Grzanich, Garrett Hunt, Rachel Marrs, Taylor McJunkin, Jorja Murphy, Grant Patterson, Conner Poblano, Hunter Polk, Gracie Roath, Faith Simon, Alexis Tamayo-Romo and Natalie Thorpe. They are not necessarily in that order in the photo below, and one is missing.
VISITING ROTARIANS & GUESTS
In addition to the students we had a lot of parents and siblings. President had each student identify his or her parents present. .
There is no meeting on May 29th due to Memorial Day.
The next meeting will June 5th at the Patrick Ranch.
The June 12th meeting will be back
at the BCCC.
speaker for the evening William "Billl"
Sims Curry. Bill Curry has a long and
varied career in government contracting. He has conducted workshops on
contracting and ethics based upon books, research papers and articles he has
authored. The focus of Bill's talk will be on managing subcontracts for the
Hubble Space Telescope and interactions he had with an
s. It is a ladies
night so invite your wife or significant other.
REPORTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
Bring guests, who you think you can interest in becoming a member, to meetings. In the meantime please invite Durham business owners and/or managers to one of our meeting.
Must Be Present to Win Drawing:
From Rotary International:
Rotary.org wins Webby People's Voice Award
The people have spoken. With a majority of internet user votes, Rotary.org won the prestigious Webby People’s Voice Award for best association website. The International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences announced the winners on 24 April.
This year, internet users cast over 3 million votes worldwide. And with over 13,000 entries from nearly all 50 U.S. states and more than 70 countries, this year’s contest is the biggest Webby Awards ever. Winners will be recognized at the Webby Awards’ 22nd annual ceremony 14 May in New York, New York, USA.
The Webby Awards are the leading international honor for excellence on the internet. Rotary was one of five websites nominated in the best association category. The other nominees were the Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance, 11th Macau Design Biennial, Trade Works for Us, and the Center for Court Innovation.
Rotary was also nominated for a Webby Award whose winner is chosen by the academy. That award went to the Macau Design Biennial.
Thanks to everyone who voted!
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