Hey everyone, this is the event updates for the general meeting 10/27/09. If you guys have any questions about any events or any questions in general, feel free to e-mail any one of our director chairs by their respective e-mail addresses listed at each separator.
– Interact Committee! 10/29/2009, 6:00 PM @ Woodstocks Pizza (G & 2nd Street)
Be part of starting up a brand new community-based Interact club! Work with local Rotarians to give high school students the opportunity to be part of the Rotary Family.
Richard King Guest Speaking – 11/03/2009, 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM, Woodland
THERE WILL BE NO MEETING ON 11/03/2009 because the club will be going to Woodland and listen to a former Rotary International President speak! Rides will be provided.
Families! –(Members will be informed of what families they will be placed in shortly.)
Come be part of the Sunrise, Noon, or Luna Vista families! If you want to know more about what families are or want to join one, e-mail the President or Vice President.
Board Meetings! Mondays, 8:10 PM – 9:00 PM @ Wellman 125
Come see the behind the scenes stuff! See what makes Rotaract happen – and if you want to put in your 2 cents, you’re more than welcome to as well!
SERVICE – want to volunteer with us or have any questions?? e-mail [email protected]!
Fall Festival Set Up – Friday, 10/30/2009, 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM @ Central Park
Help is needed to inflate 300 helium balloons before the festival to be held on Saturday. There will be three shifts: 8-10AM, 10-12PM, 12-2PM.
Smoke Alarm Battery Change WITH ROTARY! Saturday, 10/30/2009, 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM or 12:00 PM @ Davis Senior Center Parking Lot, 646 A Street
The Rotary Club of Davis (Noon) invited us to help change the batteries in the smoke alarms of homes of disabled and elderly people, in accordance with their district project. Come see firsthand what Rotary does!
Fall Festival – Saturday, 10/31/2009, 7:00 AM – 1:30 PM @ Central Park
We will be volunteering at two booths. Shifts are from 7-10:30AM & 10:30-1:30PM. Four people are needed for both shifts. First shift is helping sell pies and the second shift is helping kids with a leaf art activity.
Freakin’ Awesome Fridays!!! – Fridays, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Fridays dedicated to doing some hands on service! This quarter’s Freakin’ Awesome Fridays are dedicated to helping out Operation Christmas Child!
Operation Christmas Child Committee Meetings – Tuesdays, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM, Griffin Lounge @ the MU
Does this sound cool? You bet it does! Get directly involved in organizing our participation with Operation Christmas Child. **Leadership opportunity**
FINANCE – Shoot an e-mail to [email protected] for any questions regarding fundraisers and all that money business!
Mondavi Center Fundraiser – Wednesday, 11/4/2009 5:00 PM – 10:00 PM @ Mondavi Center
Concessions event at the Mondavi Center. 10 people needed, some must be 21 and over. DRESS CODE!
Men and Women – Black dress slacks (no jeans, no skirts, no Capri pants, no shorts).
Men and Women – Black FLAT closed toe shoes and black socks (no high heels, no flip-flops and no sandals). All Black tennis shoes are okay to wear.
Men and Women – Plain White Oxford shirt. This shirt must have a collar to support a tie and must have long sleeves that button at the cuff (The following shirts are unacceptable: grey shirts, polo type shirts, sweaters, t-shirts, shirts without a collar and button cuffs, belly shirts, and shirts with ¾ length sleeves). This shirt must be clean and PRESSED and tucked in at all times.
All visible piercings must be removed. This includes tongue piercings. Stud earrings are okay (no long dangling earrings, no multiple rings or bracelets).
Long hair must be tied back.
No perfume or aftershave or scented hand cream should be worn. If perfume or scent is detected, you will be asked to wash it off.