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Upcoming Events
 
Speakers
Aug 30, 2016
Lori Lefor & Ms. Brewer
Combat Logistics Battalion 13 Brief
Sep 06, 2016
DARK
Happy Labor Day
Sep 13, 2016
Gary Van Nevel
Operation Hope
Sep 20, 2016
Steven Bagley
Fallbrook Youth Baseball Organization
Sep 27, 2016
Bobbi Palmer
Fallbrook Healthcare District
Oct 04, 2016
Sue Wade
Overland Trail
Oct 11, 2016
DARK
Happy Colombus Day
Oct 18, 2016
Parker Emerson
Shelter Box
Nov 08, 2016
DARK
Happy Election Day
 
Make a Difference in Polio
 
Home Page Stories
Karen Utley, Amber Robinson, Debbi Peters, and Mary Shuck
 
Amber Robinson of American History Theater spoke at our club on August 16th. Amber is the Co-Founder, Vice President and communications Director for American History Theater, a new San Diego based non-profit that focuses on veterans through theater production and special events. She's a 10 year Army combat veteran with 3 deployments to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Her passion is helping veterans, with a specific focus on women veterans.
 
 
District Governor Marilyn Sanderson, new member Sherri Trombetta, and her sponsor George Archibald
 
This week our club had the honor of meeting with District Governor Marilyn Sanderson! Ms. Sanderson spoke on what Rotary is to her, and all of the exciting events in the works for this year. A very special event took place with clubs newest member, Sherri Trombetta who was officially inducted by Ms. Sanderson today. Congratulations Sherri, and a big thank you to our Governor for visiting with us to share your excitement for things to come!
 
 
Club President Debbi Peters with Bill Wade, leader of Fallbrook High School MCJROTC Program
 
Our club had the pleasure of hearing from Bill Wade of the Fallbrook High School Marine Corp Junior ROTC program. MCJROTC is a United States Marine Corps leadership development course of study focused on instilling; self confidence, discipline, leadership, responsibility and academic achievement.
 
 
Our club met at the home of our club President and had a fantastic time brainstorming ideas of future community service involvement and event planning. Members broke into groups to discuss reasons they joined Rotary and what they like best about our club. Some of the most popular answers were to get involved in the community, business networking, and have the enjoyment of a large social circle.
 

 
Pictured left to right: Jerry Camp of CAP, Club President Debbi Peters, and Mr. Joe Dimento of CAP
 
 
Jerry Camp and Joe Dimento of our local Civil Air Patrol came to speak at our club meeting today. The Civil Air Patrol was founded in December 1941 by citizens committed to using civilian aviation resources to help bolster the nation's defense, one week before the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
 
 
 
Pictured above: Club President Debbi Peters with Warren Green of Ultra Life Body Scans
 
 
Warren Green, founder of Ultra Life Body Scans came to speak at our club about a complimentary program that is provided to young and underprivileged athletes between the ages of 13 to 18 years old with abnormal EKG findings.
 
 
 
Bob Burt visited our club today to share his excitement about the football team at Fallbrook High School. Bob is the head football coach and just started his 54th season in coaching. He is an eleven-time Coach of the Year, and also achieved an excellence award in 2013 that is given only once a year to one coach nation wide. Something Bob loves about coaching in Fallbrook is that there is only one high school in town, which creates unity within the community and everyone is rooting for their town's one team.
 
 
 
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GUEST SPEAKERS:  Kelly & Chuck Austin – GAVA Kids
 
“We're often asked how we became so personally involved with a group of kids in distant Namibia, a dry, dusty and often unknown African country. Good question.

The story begins during a 1997 safari when we met Heidi Dednam, a remarkable Namibian naturalist with an enduring attachment to the ecology and Topnaar People of the Namib Desert. Nineteen years (and many trips to Namibia) later, we deeply share Heidi’s commitment to educate, encourage and empower the children of this unique community.  

These young people are growing up with one foot in their ancient desert culture and the other in contemporary Africa. Our Gava Kids organization was created to help provide the education that is their greatest hope for bridging these two worlds. 

As we prepare for the 2015-2016 school year, we invite you to join us in helping build a brighter future for these wonderful young people.” 

Kelly Austin
U.S. Director, 
The Gava Kids
 
GAVA Kids Website: http://www.gavakids.com/
 
 
 
 
 
Our own John Crawford talked about a very interesting article on financial Power of Attorney. Everyone who may need to have a financial power of attorney for themselves or someone else should read this very important article. Please click on "Read More..." to see the entire article.
 
 
 
 
Both Doug Boggs and Chuck Gunther worked on the Water Project in conjunction with Fallbrook Village Rotary, Rotary Malindi in Kenya, Uberlingen Rotary Club Germany, and Rotary International.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
Club Information

Welcome!

Fallbrook Village
We meet Tuesdays at 12:10 PM
Fallbrook Public Library
124 S. Mission Rd.
Fallbrook, CA  92028
United States
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Club Executives & Directors
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Executive Secretary/Director
Foundation President
Administration Director
Membership Director
Public Relations Director
Service Projects Director
 
President
 
Contact Information
Club Mailing Address:
FVRC
P.O. Box 2186
Fallbrook, CA 92088
 
Phone Numbers:
760-468-0322
-or-
760-731-7321
 
Email Address:
fallbrookvillagerotary
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