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Rotary Club of Livermore Valley ~ January 2022 Newsletter

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

Dear Rotarians,
 
The New year is upon us and with that we renew our hope, goals and dreams. My wish for you is that you will be able to CAUSE THE LIFE YOU WANT in all aspects of life - not just for you personally, but also for your family, your friends, business associates, neighborhood, local and international community. 
 
The more we support each other to be successful, the more we can SERVE TO CHANGE LIVES.
 
I want to leave you with a thoughtful remark from the Dalai Lama. May it be of help to you.
 
When asked what surprised him most about humanity, the Dalai Lama answered: "Man sacrifices his health in order to make money. Then he sacrifices money in order to recuperate his health. And then he is so anxious about the future that he does not enjoy the present; the result being that he does not live in the present or the future; he lives as if he is never going to die, and then dies having never really lived."
 
Hopefully I will see you all at our first meeting in January - our Club Assembly.
 
Yours in Rotary, 
Angelika
 
CLUB ASSEMBLY JANUARY 4
 
All members are encouraged to participate in our club assembly coming up the first Tuesday of January!
 
We will be discussing and voting on updates to our bylaws. Check your email from Angelika for the proposed revisions. 
 
We will also be electing our next President Nominee who will serve as our 2023-2024 Club President! The Nominating Committee shared with the club in October that Kevin McCallum is our recommendation for President Nominee. At Tuesday's meeting, we will ask for any additional nominations from the floor and then all active members will be asked to vote.
 
CAPE HOLIDAY SUPPORT
 
Several members of our club joined with Livermore Club members representing the Rotarian Foundation of Livermore to deliver gifts and gift cards to CAPE Head Start Preschool to support over 100 children and their families during this holiday season.
 
 
SUPPORTING OUR VETERANS
 
Continuing our decade-plus tradition of helping local Veterans Hospital residents celebrate the holidays, we delivered turkey dinners to the veterans and staff this year. 
 
 
STUDENT OF THE MONTH
 
Jacob is a star athlete and outstanding student at Granada High School. He is captain of the Cross Country team, which just took Second Place at the State Championship. 
 
Academically, Jacob is preparing for a career in STEM (nursing or engineering) by excelling in Advanced Placement courses including AP Calculus, AP Physics, AP Chemistry, AP Biology, AP Environmental Science, AP Language, AP US History, and AP Government. Jacob has earned an overall Grade Point Average (GPA) of 4.33 while at Granada!
 
EXCITING MEETINGS PLANNED!
Click on the meeting program topics below to get a preview of our upcoming speakers!
 
Thanks to Dick Quigley for arranging this interesting array of speakers!
Upcoming Meeting Programs
Feb 01, 2022
Marc Roberts, City Manager
Feb 08, 2022
Lori Souza, Tri-Valley Conservancy Acting Executive Director
Feb 15, 2022
Feb 22, 2022
Mar 01, 2022
Dan McIntyre, DSRSD General Manager
View entire list
HYBRID MEETING DETAILS
 

We meet Tuesdays, gathering at 7:00 am and starting at 7:15.

You are welcome to attend in person at Homewood Suites by Hilton, 5400 Wolf House Dr, Livermore or you may attend via Zoom.

Check your email on Saturday mornings for the link from Angelika.
THE GRAPEVINE
 
Club members receive The Grapevine following each Tuesday meeting. Please reach out to Kevin Drake if you would like to receive a copy in your inbox.
This Month's Celebrations
Member Birthdays
Fred Quarterman
January 2
 
Richard Fields
January 2
 
Leslie Lemieux
January 8
 
Anniversaries
Richard Fields
Linda
January 26
 
Eric Dillie
Kala Dillie
January 28