Club Executives & Directors
Professor Armin Schwegler will talk about the study of genetics and how DNA can help reconstruct the origins of South America's black population.
First drink is on the club… Arrive by 6pm to collect….
Seasons 52 Southcoast Plaza: 333 Bristol Street, unit 2802, Costa Mesa (714) 437-5252 Directions: exit 405 at Bristol and take the first left into Southcoast Plaza, Seasons 52 is straight in front of you.
Happy Hour offers $5 plates, cocktails & several "wine tasting flights" Specials at $15.00 - $20.00, which include three tasting's, then choice of a full glass of the wine chosen, along with a flatbread pizza (decent size).
Full menu Available, Reservation under "Bob - Rotary Club"
All Friends of Club invited to Angels Game Tailgate Party Saturday...3pm
Whether you plan to attend game or not. Please RSVP to Allison so Tim can plan....
The Newport-Irvine Rotary Club awarded three $1,000 scholarships to meritorious students that graduated from Olive Crest. Brenetta Wallace, Erika Browell, and Thalia Gomez-Garcia were selected among various applicants by a committee of Rotarians that evaluated their applications and selected the awardees. All of the applicants wrote compelling essays about themselves and how the $1,000 scholarship would impact their lives.
Erika Browel is currently at Fullerton College studying Music (vocal) and Psychology. Brenetta Wallace is currently at California State University at Fullerton where she is pursuing a master’s degree in Social Work. Thalia Gomez Garcia is at Santa Ana College studying English and will transfer to UCI this summer, 2014.
Their scholarships, which are for expenses associated with attending college or trade school, were awarded at a Rotary meeting on 12 June, 2014. In addition to the three awardees, Olive Crest was represented by Ami Rowland, Residential Director and Joey Collinsworth, manager transitional housing programs and alumni services.
Newport-Irvine Rotary Club, Rotaract UC Irvine, Newport Aquatic Center, & Scouts gathered to clean the Back Bay Feb 1st…On a glorious sunny morning, Bill Zeller & Billy Whitford from NAC set the goals of our year's project to eliminate debris in the back bay before it pollutes the Harbor and ocean…Come join us Next month Saturday Mar 1st. Contact Bill Zeller for details & "Like" our Facebook Page to keep tabs on next project date…Saturday, March 1st at 8am before high tide. The NAC provides Kayaks at no cost for the cleanup efforts.
Rotarians at Work Volunteers Packing books for schools in 4 cities in India from #Newport Irvine Rotary Club and #Rotaract UC Irvine. Group leader and NIR member, Pardaman Singh Sawhney.
Six NIR members joined 70 other volunteers to pack 100,800 meals for Haiti on Saturday March 22nd. Jim Parsons, Carol & Ed Smith, Singh Sawhney, Shamila Mustafa[eClub West], Cecil Hess & Guy Harden. Our shift packed 25,000 meals... Like to Volunteer to help make a difference in a future event.. Just call us
Polio is almost completely eradicated. But as Bruce Aylward says: Almost isn't good enough with a disease this terrifying. Aylward lays out the plan to continue the scientific miracle that ended polio in most of the world -- and to snuff it out everywhere, forever.
Bruce Aylward is a Canadian physician and epidemiologist who heads the polio eradication programme at WHO, the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI)
Jan 31: Newport Harbor CleanUp, Fun & Kayaks 9am @NAC SignUpForm
Feb 20: "3rd Fri" HappyHour
Apr 2015 Rotarians@Work: Sister Club Ensenada Mexico Project
2014-15 Africa Wheelchair Assembly Project
Luis Thornberry, Community Service Dir 949-337-7630