Fallbrook Public LibraryJun 02, 2015
1:45 PM – 2:45 PM
Jul 07, 2015
12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Jul 11, 2015
Rotary Day At The Races
Del Mar Race TrackAug 01, 2015
12:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Board Meeting with District 5340 Governor
Fallbrook LibraryNov 17, 2015
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
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BJ Lang is a local artist that has been in Fallbrook about 1 ½ years. She said she knew she wanted to be an artist from an early age. She went to art school and loved watercolors. After she got married she took up air brushing, sculpture, and acrylics (she’s not big on oils though). Her youngest child was born autistic and has been the inspiration for many of her works.
BJ now works in many different multi-medias. She brought some samples of her work which included an encaustic painting (a very old Egyptian method using bee’s wax). BJ has recently discovered oil sticks which are similar to pastels but dry and don’t smear.
BJ says her husband has been a great supporter of her works.
For more information on BJ visit her website at http://bjlane.com/
Mike Messina after losing weight. Courtesy photo
Tiffany Saxon met Mike Messina at a Toastmasters meeting. She was so inspired by his message she asked Mike to come and speak to us. Mike, a former Bay Area resident, weighed 372 pounds. He struggled with asthma, hypertension, sleep apnea and Type 2 diabetes. In Jan 2012, he and his brother Joe went on “The Biggest Loser” and his whole life changed. “The show gave me an opportunity to face my disease head on with a way of dealing with it like no other,” said Messina. “It was lifesaving.”
Al Gebhart - Live Oak Park
Al is currently president of the Live Oak Park Coalition. He is a Rotarian, and a member of the Fallbrook Land Conservancy Trails Council. Al, who was here because of Vince Ross, talked about the Live Oak Dog Leash Free Area (Live Oak Dog Park). Al is on the Coalition and is a member of CS81. He said the Coalition paid $10,000 to open the Dog Park and said there were problems with the county in the way of delays and increased requirements which were holding up the park.
Al came to the club to ask for our time (not money). Al said over 660 kids per year come to Live Oak Park in April until the end of May. Al said their program makes the kids a Ranger for a Day, and teaches the kids about the park and about being a Ranger. It’s an annual program that takes about an hour and runs over a 6 week period on Thursdays and caters mostly to 2nd & 3rd graders. The program needs people to come and teach the kids how to be a Ranger for a Day.
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Homes For Our Troops (HFOT)
March 28, 2015
From right to left: Melinda Stone, Adam Williams, Karen Utley, Tom Meriwether, Chuck Ibold, Gordon Stone & his sister.
FVR members and their families worked hard and had a great time at the HFOT Volunteer day. Close to 200 people showed up to help Marine Corps veteran Gunnery Sergeant Brian Meyer complete the landscaping at his home here in Fallbrook. With so much help the entire project took under 2 hours. Thank you and Congratulations GSgt Meyer on your new home. You have certainly earned it.