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Floats, cars,… More Info. Floats, cars, marching children, horses, motorcycles, and more. July 4, 11AM. Celebrate the birth of our nation at a free concert of Americana, traditional and patriotic music presented by the Santa Ynez Valley Master Chorale, 2 p. HWY These concerts start June 12th and end Aug 28th. An invitational beer festival, at Figueroa Mountain Brewing Co. A multi accomplished record setting man who dreams and does! Most recently he "rowed" across the Pacific from Monterey to Hawaii! The committee is non-political and wants to remain under the radar while keeping the "rustic hamlet" feel of the Village.

Completed projects are a Sheriff Sub Station, 11 trash cans and re-cycle cans around the Village, 2. Plans for underground power lines are 4 to 5 years in the future. Firuza thanked Kevin for a marvelous year and pinned his lapel with his "Past President" pin and presented him with his new Rotary badge. Firuza also introduced and gifted her Board with Rotary goodies brought back from Toronto!

Congratulations President Firuza! June 26th was President Kevin's last official meeting! Kevin thanked the club members and individuals within the club for their service and continued support throughout the year. Kevin talked about the "bottom up" approach, new to Rotary, and how the work of Rotary is at the club level! Spohie's talk today was primarily on men's prostate issues. Our first meeting in June was lively and fun!

Rick Westbrook and Maria Dawson from the Improvisational Theater demonstrated how improvisation can improve communications which enhances team building. Maria is part of Children's Theater and "Comedy Improv". Lots of action from CVR members! Dan Presser provided photos, video, and narrative about his recent trip. Giving a brief history that Botswana was a British colony until September of when Botswana was given their independence, shortly after that date diamonds were discovered providing the new country with a superb natural resource.

It now has the second largest diamond mine in Africa. Earthbound is the largest organic farm brand in the U. Earthbound's processing center in located in San Juan Batista and handles a wide variety of produce, including herbs and flowers. Everyone wanted to know when the Earthbound Farm stand will re-open - Janna says July!! Can't wait!!! Our May 15th meeting was a very Zen experience!

He's on the teaching council of the Monterey Bay Zen Center. Tularcitos selected the "American Cancer Society". Carmel River School selected "Get on the Bus". Junipero Serra selected the "Alzheimer's Association". Carmel High School selected "Peacock Acres".

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Thank you to the students and teachers for another marvelous year of Partners in Community Service! On the June 5th ballot is Measure "H", a special tax to the cannabis industry, not to the public. The "why" of this tax is the additional burden of fire protection and response to an industry that has exploded within the county - already taking over from old fresh flower growers and other crops. Chief Mike Urquides. April 24th's meeting was historic. April 17th was the club's annual Top Dinner at Rancho Canada.

For decades the club has honored the top 25 students in each class at Carmel High School. This dinner not only honors the students, but the parents and the staff. The mission of the museum is the education, preservation, and restoration of notable motorcycles. The April 3rd guest speaker brought a very enlightening program on the procedures and policies of determining endangered species and the agreements and enforcement that follows.

It is hard to appreciate the science work to first identify endangered species and then get an agreement between governments, businesses, universities, and conservation groups, and then enforce compliance! Our last meeting in March was a double treat! Known for their Masters Festival, which is Master Classes for musician and singers, draws teachers and students from around the world. A very special treat was a solo violin performance by Farkhad Khudyev, conductor of Youth Music Monterey County, and a noted international prize-winning musician.

Beautiful and marvelous music! The Party's Back! Rancho Canada. March 24th PM. A few dinner tickets will be available at the door! Their mission was to monitor development within Carmel Valley. A master plan was developed in that capped housing and established policies and procedures for growth. Traffic, event zoning, and short-term rentals have become issues for CVA. Congratulations Nick on your Olympic experience and being such a roll model for so many people! The 3. Mike, and his International Committee members, presented their recent wheelchair project in Peru.

Mike stated their club's next wheelchair destination is Mongolia in July. What a significant project!! YMMC gives three concerts each season - look for their performance dates! February 13th's guest speaker shared her stories of three Chinese individuals who came from vastly different beginnings in China and how their lives changed when they came to the U. Jana McBurney-Lin, author and editor, has lived in Singapore and China observing and writing about her experiences as well as the special stories of people who achieved great success in life.

Her blog "Bridge Over the Pacific" offers open communications and additional stories of life in Asia and the U. MIRA's observatory is one of the few independent observatories in the U. Oliver Observing Station is located on Chews Ridge far from the light pollution of cities and busy airways. MIRA also offers scholarships and interns the opportunity to work directly with astronomers on specific science projects!

Oliver Observing Station, Chews Ridge. Our January 30th meeting was all about one of our projects at Carmel River School! The green house is part of a curriculum involving organic gardening and conservation - children participate in the activities! Our own Rabbi Bruce Greenbaum was our guest speaker January 23rd.

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Bruce and his wife Susan recently visited Viet Nam and China and shared their experiences and photos. The January 16th speaker was inspiring and so timely in light of Martin Luther King weekend. Anne C. Healey's topic was "My Civil Rights Journey", and what a journey it was! Anne was born in Montgomery, Alabama, her pastor was Rev. King, she marched from Selma to Montgomery, attended the Washington D. Her message was to "serve to make other's lives better"!

If only everyone acted for each other with that in mind!

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The first meeting of was under rainy skies - at last some rain! The fire season is officially and finally over! President Kevin reviewed the last six months of the club's activities and then spoke to the next six months - the club's busiest months for fund raising and club events. Sounds so much like "service above self" - a universal concept. Our last meeting of was a lively and fun meeting! Photo below. The ugliest Christmas sweater contest was judged by 3 wise guys and 1 token wise gal!

Guest speaker Sophie Biddle, a Health Coach, recommended that nothing but lettuce and berries is not the answer to a healthy life style. Healthy foods may not be "happy foods"! Occasional indulgences can provide the balance for an enjoyable experience important for the psyche! Steve's career began right after high school selling advertising for the local newspapers. Forty years later, and five children later, Steve has been the man behind the Carmel Magazine since Carmel Magazine is now at 35, copies!

December 5th's guest speakers were husband and wife David and Linda Mulally.

Congratulations Bob Spadoni on your 8th grandchild! Something new with the SO will be "drone" operations that can be used in a variety of emergency and criminal situations. Present population hovers around 1, adults. Striped Bass, crayfish, and bull frogs are non-native predators. Recent Carmel River restoration has greatly improved the health of the river benefiting the Stealhead and other species.

Paul purchased the Pine Cone in and has built it into the leading peninsula newspaper with local news as primary news. This joint meeting with the Carmel-by-the-Sea Rotary club represented a large segment of our community's veterans and their families. Keynote speaker was Dennis Whitacre, a Viet Nam veteran. Thank you veterans for your service! In Shary began working with terminally ill patients and their families, helping with end-of-life issues.

Since that time, she has created several programs which provide preparation and partnership for Life After 60 in the belief that by planning ahead we can ease difficult times for ourselves and those who care for us. Shary shared numerous recommendations for pre-planning that went beyond the usual Living Trusts, Wills, and Health Directives. Today, October 17th, Carmel Valley Rotarians donated not only financial support but sweat equity in working with the Visiting Nurse Association in giving free flu shots at Tularcitos Elementary School.

All free! Protecting our community through positive action and support, Carmel Valley Rotary was there! Carmel-by-the-Sea Rotary also donated funds to make this event possible!

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Thank you to everyone who participated! Hugh Jebson, a Master Teacher with an extensive teaching background of over twenty-five years and currently at All Saints Day School, shared his philosophy of creating a safe and secure environment for children in schools. October 10th's speaker covered a wide range of national security issues and threats.

Thank you Fred! Dunstan's Episcopal Church in Carmel Valley. George discussed their 30 year partnership with St. September 26th we welcomed new member Dr. Saul Eisenstat! The vowed to return and did just recently! Welcome Saul!! Co-sponsor Lewis Leader "pins" Saul as our newest club member. Bruce Greenbaum, co-sponsor, presented Saul with his Rotary certificate and extended welcome!

Our guest speaker today was Jeff Ohlson, a retired Boeing Engineer, who discussed the development of the Carmel Valley Historical Society and the steady growth of their displays and artifacts. Jeff Ohlson presents the history of the Carmel Valley Historical Society and highlights of displays and artifacts. With a business opening soon in Carmel Rancho, club members had many questions about the operation and security issues surrounding this new legal concept.

Today the club members voted unanimously to elect Bob as President for the term! Our thoughts and prayers to his wife Mary and their family. Dean also brought samples of hops and grains used to make his beer. Thank you Dean! Matt shared the Bernardus history, development, and successes of the wine business with both humor and science. Thank you Matt! Panetta covered a wide range of subjects from veterans issues to local environmental issues.

He graciously and thoroughly answered questions selected from the audience. Below Lewis Leader introduces Jimmy - obviously after a very funny moment! Note Jimmy's new Rotary badge! President Kevin had earlier presented Jimmy with an official Carmel Valley Honorary Rotarian Certificate, official Rotary badge and lapel pin, and a Rotary pen - that Kevin quipped "for signing all those official documents in D. Local Howard Straus was our guest speaker on August 15th. His topic was the life style choices in the type of food we eat, avoidance of chemically treated foods, and a basic vegetarian diet of no animal produces including dairy , will provide the potential for the body to ward off various diseases.

On July 25th President Kevin lead a "club assembly" with the various committee chairs introducing their goals and commentary about their new term ideas. Our first "spin" of the "Opportunity Wheel" was Rich Briscoe - won a work day at the races! The July 18th meeting took us back to and the Monterey Pop Festival! While taking photos in front of the stage, Tom had to duck and cover when Jim Hendricks destroyed his guitar.

Warren - you must have a story to tell too! President Kevin Kenoyer starts his term with a grand fiesta! Kevin's daughter Sara "pins" her Dad as President! President Kenoyer addresses the club members! Carmel Valley Rotary Club's Board - left to right:. See left side panel for position titles. The new "Prez" explains the new "fine" wheel! The June 27th meeting was President Phyl's last meeting as President!

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Thank you Rotarians for making it a great year! Rotarian of the Year! President's Award - Rich Briscoe. Distinguished Service Award - Ron Shimizu. Above and Beyond Award - Lewis Leader. Quiet Rotarian of the Year - Firuza Khaytenova. Appreciation Award - Betsy Shea. Rotary pens were also presented to the Safe Blood Africa Committee:. June 20th meeting was jammed backed with great news! Chief Tomasi's excellent talk covered many aspects of police work, changes facing law enforcement, his leadership goals, community projects, and brought the club up-to-date on several recent Carmel crimes.

Nancy Rushmer announced to the club a very large donation from our long time Honorary Member Jim Morgens. Thank you Mr. Leon Panetta via the Monterey Rotary Club. Thank you Steve for the last minute attendance! A very grateful thank you to Mr. Club Treasurer Rich Briscoe, we sincerely hope, made it to the bank and safely deposited all checks! Retrieved 12 January Retrieved 21 June Retrieved June 20, Retrieved May 14, Michael Cherry Mary Cain Retrieved 26 June South MI girls rip Track and Field News.

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