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Next Hybrid Virtual and LIVE Meeting Information:
“The Rotary Club of Stockton Begins the 2nd Century of Service to the Stockton Community”
Directions for members on how to make a payment to Rotary Club of Stockton:
Click on “$ Online Payments” in the blue bar at the top (or click this blue box)
Meeting on-line reservations
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UOP Library Educational Program Fund Raiser – Assistant Governor Waqar Rizvi announced that he will be shaving his beard to raise money for the University of the Pacific Library educational program. Rotary Club of Stockton has a Rotary Study room at UOP that was dedicated during club’s centennial year. He asked the Rotarians to please save the Date of June 09, 2021. He will shave his beard in the Live Rotary Club of Stockton Meeting. Make a pledge today! Georgette Hunefeld from UOP will do a presentation. She will be talking about the UOP library and its renovation, along with the programs and special projects that were able to take place due to the contribution of Rotary Club of Stockton.
- Club Live Meetings – We are excited to return to Stockton Golf & Country Club and feel we are providing a great safe environment to get together once again. We need your support in coming and making advance reservations due to minimums required. Reservations by Friday 2 pm are Guaranteed, after that, subject to availability. Working on drop in option. Get your reservations as soon as you can.
- Membership – Liz Hull: At Rotary we have assets to share, and fellowship to offer to the members. We need to have a plan for future membership enrollments. We will be working with current membership and future membership.
- Use That Credit Card at The Meeting – You may now pay for lunch, raffle tickets (minimum Credit Card Purchase of $5.00) and other purchase at the Club meetings with a credit Card. For now, make reservations using the website link.
- Potential Members – To encourage Club members to bring a potential member to the Wednesday meetings the Rotary Club of Stockton will pay for the 1st meal of a potential member brought by a Club member. For the proper procedure when proposing a new member, read this document.
Meeting Note takers needed!
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Speaker: Jonni Redick
Introduced by: Kathy Hart
Jonni has had an amazing career with the California Highway Patrol. She retired as an Assistant Chief after 39 years of service.
Jonni Redick – Leadership in Turbulent Times
Jonni currently is a teacher at Delta College and University of California, San Diego for the entry level cadets. It helps prevent her knowledge from stagnating. She has also started her private consulting business.
She was raised by a single mother. Her mother was a nurse. Jonni’s childhood was difficult as they lived in different cities and sometimes had to live in the shelter. Jonni got a job as a Clerk typist in Bakersfield when she was 18 years old. While in that job, Jonni came across a newspaper advertisement for the Police Academy. The different kinds of benefits offered by Police job, caught her attention and she got enrolled as a Cadet. Being a woman in a male dominated workplace, Jonni had lots of challenges in her job in the Police Force as an Assistant Chief.
She talked about the 5 B’s that we as leaders should be aware. Leaders should be mindset aware; we should know our competencies and capability. We should be aware of our own mood. Even if we are in a bad mood, we must show up looking happy. We should get experience and exposure while being situationally aware in the organization. We should be prepared for every situation. We should show humility and always get opinions from the team. We should be aware of the risks and try to prevent them. Transparency helps to gain the trust of employees and motivate them. We should be critic aware and pre-plan for a responses. We should be self-care aware and should take care of our mental state. Being empathetic and being there in the trenches with the team goes a long way. “JLConsultingSolutions.com” is the web address of Jonni’s professional internet site.
A $50 contribution to Read to Me, Stockton was made in the speakers name as well as donating a signed book to Spanos Elementary AND some fine wine and glasses.
Tim Viall, retired exec director, current travel writer
Tim Viall has been the weekly travel writer for the Stockton Record newspaper for the past seven years. He retired in 2012 after 10 years as Executive Director of the Emergency Food Bank of Stockton/San Joaquin. He was CEO of the Downtown Stockton Alliance and Business Development Manager for the Stockton Chamber of Commerce.
His earlier career spanned 21 years in daily newspapers, as advertising director of The Stockton Record, The Toledo Blade, Toledo, OH, the Peninsula Times Tribune, Palo Alto, the Spokesman-Review, Spokane, WA, and the Sacramento Bee. In retirement, Tim has a “light career” as a travel writer/photographer, writing a weekly travel column and travel blog for the Stockton Record newspaper.
He has a Juris Doctorate (Law) degree from Gonzaga University Law School, Spokane, WA, and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Washington State University, Pullman, WA. Tim and spouse Susan moved to Rancho Cordova in 2019 to be closer to kids and grandkids.
(Virtual unless otherwise noted)
- 09 – ADG Waqar Rizvi, “UOP/Stockton Rotary Cooperation” – Waqar shaves his beard!!
- 16 – Stockton Police Department Staff, “The SPD Helicopter”
- 23 – District Governor-Elect Tim Madden, “What May Happen in the Next Rotary Year”
- 30 – Kick Out
Birthday Celebration Challenge!!!
|2020 Challenge Total: 76 of 81 for 93.8% – Thanks!|
May Birthday Challenge – 13 Members
- $200 – Heather Schlenger 5/22 ($200 50/50)
- $61 – Rigo Cervantes 5/23 $61 RI
- $250 (Bell Ringer!) – Adam Cheshire 5/24 ($250 – SRE)
- $500 (Bell Ringer x 2!) – Harry Shergill 5/25 ($250 SRE & $250 RI)
- $98 – Chad Sublet 5/30 ($98 RI)
YTD Participation Thru April: 130 members 121 participants = 93.1%
May 2021 Birthdays…
|2||2nd – 8th||Julie Van Vuren – 3rd
Corie Stewart – 5th*
Henry Wong – 7th
|3||9th – 15th||Pam Wenger – 9th
Omar Khamisa – 11th
Bill Johnson – 14th
|4||16th – 22nd||Sharon Tweedy – 20th
Heather Schlenger – 22nd
|5||23rd – 29th||Rigo Cervantes – 23rd
Adam Cheshire – 24th
Harry Shergill – 25th
Ralph Saroyan – 27th
|6||30th – 31st||Chad Sublet – 30th|
|*= 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 Leena Mittal, note taker extraordinaire, Matthew Grizzle, Virtual and Audio Visual Guru as well as Club and Attendance Secretary, Corie Stewart our Zoom meeting entry coordinator and Chief Checkers Matthew Grizzle and President Gary Frush!
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