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“The Rotary Club of Stockton Begins the 2nd Century of Service to the Stockton Community”
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Stockton Rotary Endowment and
The Rotary Club of Stockton Charity Allocations
The Stockton Rotary Endowment Fund (SRE) and the Rotary Club of Stockton are soliciting requests for funds for the projects of charitable organizations operating in San Joaquin County. There are various funds within SRE that have specific requirements related to funding amount and approval. For applications and complete explanations as to the funding process, specific fund requirements, amounts available, etc. Go to this link for more information, or send mail to Peter Gormsen, Charity Allocations Committee Chairman, 1401 N. Hunter Street, Stockton, Ca 95202. Deadline for applications is September 30, 2020.
Speaker: Davis Harper and Woody Hastings, “Community Choice Energy”
Introduced By: Dan Wright
Dan Wright said he was happy to announce that this program will give the citizens of Stockton a choice in selecting a energy provider. Dan Wright introduced speakers Davis Harper and Woody Hastings.
Community Choice Energy
Community Choice Energy is a non profit that provides alternative to PG&E. This a program City of Stockton is looking at to see how they can offer it as a choice for the city residents. What is Community Choice Energy? The state legislative paved way to get rid of monopoly. This is a non-profit and where the residents gets an opportunity to select different utility service. This is not going to replace the existing distribution or maintenance of existing infrastructure. Community Choice Energy also offers 100 percent renewable energy for certain customers.
- They have Innovative local programs.
- Advanced Energy Rebuild program offered up to $17,000 rebate for having energy saver products.
- Energy storage for commercial and industrial customers working with Solar companies.
Community Choice Energy also responded to CVOID-19 that shows how critically important it is to be local. They have given millions of dollars of grants to local programs for COVID-19 relief. City of Stockton spends approx. 100 million dollars in energy. This amount can be redirected to the local economy.
A survey shows that 74% of people in Stockton do want a choice. Stockton City Council is looking to make this choice available for the citizens of Stockton. Please feel free to email at firstname.lastname@example.org to connect one on one and learn more.
Birthday Celebration Challenge!!!
July finals 14/15 or 93.3%
August Wrap up – 10/11 or 90.1%
September Birthday Celebrations: 15 birthdays this month!
- $250 (Bell Ringer) – Shannon Ding for her birthday (9/6) + $1 for grandson’s first birthday – to SRE
- $100 – Steve Luthy for his birthday on the 6th – to SRE
- $100 – Raul Chavez for his 1st birthday of a new life/new beginnings on the 10th – to RI
- $62 – John Reusche for his birthday on the 10th to SRE. Son is a senior in UOP in MediaX/Music and daughter is a sophomore in Sac City College and Sherri and him are committed to RYLA.
I have been an officer for the Salvation Army for 20 years. I have had appointments in Salvation Army Corps, (Church and Social Services) and Adult Rehabilitation Center’s. As an Administrator my duties have been to oversee financial management, program development and Spiritual Care of those I have the privilege to have under my care.
In my appointments I developed relationships with other organizations, government entities and the corporate world. I have enjoyed serving in my capacity with the Salvation Army and have had the great pleasure of meeting and working with some great individuals.
(Virtual unless otherwise noted)
- 23 – Paul Stebbins, “FixUS”
- 30 – Christopher Callahan, UOP President
- 07 – Kuy Ky, “RYLA”
- 14 – Peter Jaffee, “Stockton Symphony”
- 21 – Dr. Joe Serra, “Polio Update”
- 28 – 2LT Grant Hall, “Rotary International Scholar”
|1||1st – 5th||Paul Kozlow – 1st|
|2||6th – 12th||Shannon Ding – 6th
Steve Luthy – 6th
Raul Chavez – 10th
John Reusche – 10th
|3||13th – 19th||Ken Miselis – 17th
Jim Dyke – 18th
|4||20th – 26th||Susanne Huebel – 21st
John Salaices – 23rd*
Pat Patmon – 26th
Jim Anthony 26th
|5||27th – 30th||Jerry Smith – 27th
Ann Johnston – 29th
Don Barry – 29th
Jonni Redick – 29th
|*= Meeting Day – Wish them a Happy Birthday!|
|Rotary Club of Stockton Member Files|
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|Conflict of Interest Policy||2019 Updated Club Constitution|
Special thank you to everyone who contributed to The Wheel…
Editor, Eric Duran. Special thanks this week to Assistant Governor Waqar Rizvi, note taker extraordinaire; Matthew Grizzle, Virtual and Audio Visual Guru as well as Club and Attendance Secretary, and Chief Checkers Matthew Grizzle and President Gary!
Attn: Matthew Grizzle, Club Secretary
1024 W. Robinhood Dr. Suite 5
P.O. Box 7457
Stockton CA 95267
Phone: (209) 472-9662
Fax: (209) 472-9664
Assistant Governor Area 2
Muhammad Waqar Ali Rizvi
Wednesdays at 12 Noon
Stockton Golf & Country Club
3800 W. Country Club Blvd.
Stockton, CA 9520