Today we welcomed 15 members and visiting Rotarian Angus from the Vancouver club.




* The Hoopathon raised over $50K. Thank you to Gary and his team!

* Our changeover dinner will be a lunch on June 23rd at the Obregon's. Evite to follow soon.

* If you would like to volunteer for the Rotary Ride for Rescue please contact Abigail ASAP. More information about the event here:


Rotary Moment

Jonathan Evans brought us the Rotary Moment today, he told us about our wheel logo:


A wheel has been the symbol of Rotary since our earliest days. The first design was made by Chicago Rotarian Montague Bear, an engraver who drew a simple wagon wheel, with a few lines to show dust and motion. The wheel was said to illustrate "Civilization and Movement." Most of the early clubs had some form of wagon wheel on their publications and letterheads.


Finally, in 1922, it was decided that all Rotary clubs should adopt a single design as the exclusive emblem of Rotarians. Thus, in 1923, the present gear wheel, with 24 cogs and six spokes was adopted by the "Rotary International Association." A group of engineers advised that the geared wheel was mechanically unsound and would not work without a "keyway" in the center of the gear to attach it to a power shaft. So, in 1923 the keyway was added and the design which we now know was formally adopted as the official Rotary International emblem.


Guest Speaker

Today we had our monthly business meeting.


Thought of the day:

“Leaders think and talk about the solutions. Followers think and talk about the problems.” –Brian Tracy

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