This family-fun event will have something for all ages! Hurry, space is very limited — get your tickets today from the link at the end of this article.
The event will be held at Clayton Valley Bowl in Concord, on Saturday, April 25th, from 6-8PM. All proceeds benefit the charitable efforts of the club in our community and abroad.
Tickets are just $25 per person! Tickets include bowling and shoes.
Sponsorships, starting at just $25, are available online too!
You can purchase tickets and sponsorships online at http://mkt.com/rotary-club-of-concord-diablo
CLICK HERE to record your chance to win $500! This is a live streaming transmission of the actual container you need to count! Each guess in only $5!
Only from Concord-Diablo Rotary Club can you purchase a ticket for just $5, where you can guess the exact number of Jelly Beans in this container and win $500!
Here’s some quick facts:
- Container is sealed and is filled only with standard sized “Jelly Belly” brand candy.
- Nobody on earth knows the exact number of beans in the container.
- The container, as you see it, weighs approximately 28 pounds / 12.7kg
- Tickets to guess are just $5 US – Winner will be the entry closest to the actual number of beans in the jar, counted on or about June 10, 2015, without going over.
- In the event of a tie, winnings will be split between the correct guesses.
All proceeds benefit the Concord-Diablo Rotary Charitable Fund, a not-for-profit 501c3 organization.
Photo by Erin McGregor
Today, the gust speaker was an owl from the Lindsey Wildlife Experience. The owl amazed and thrilled the packed room with tales of whoooo he knew and the many celebrity owls whooo had been his friends through the years.
He also brought a couple of friends with him, including Norma Bishop the Executive Director of the Lindsay Wildlife Experience and Lizzie Cole, the Development Director. Lizzie was also kind enough to donate a family membership for our bowling tournament on April 25th!
The owl’s talk was so good, it made even Jack Mahshi smile! Based on this super-human skill, the owl was elected president-elect-elect. Who knows, we may save some money on flight expense during his term…
A wonderful presentation indeed! Please consider visiting and helping out the Lindsay Wildlife Experience!
At the meeting of February 25, 2014, Concord’s Chief of Police Guy Swanger made a great presentation about the . The Center will be located in Downtown Concord and brings all the necessary elements together in one place for victims of domestic violence to get assistance. Swanger recounted his assignment in San Diego, where he led the Family Justice Center there.
Everyone is invited to the grand opening of the center on March 19th. The center is located at 2151 Salvio Street in Concord. The grand opening and ribbon cutting starts at 12PM, with an open house to follow! This is a major accomplishment for Concord, and will be of great assistance to those victims needing assistance.
On a lighter note, President Valles presented Kian Ameli with his “official” business cards, as he will be going to Far West PETS (President-elect Training Seminar)
With the thanks to Nancy Glenfield, Kathy Lafferty, Edi Birsan and Mary Rae Lehman who turned out the afternoon of Saturday, February 28th, we were able break 3,000 lbs so far. A GREAT start when you consider that for our whole first year 5 years ago we did just over 2000lbs.
Fruit was brought to the Food Bank by Nancy and I have an additional 75lbs went to the homeless shelter on Sunday!
On February 23, 1905, four Chicago businessmen got together and had the fist Rotary meeting. Read more here.