Coming soon… Your chance to win $500! This is a live streaming transmission of the actual container you need to count!
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.
At the last meeting at the Crowne Plaza in 2014, President-elect Kian Ameli, with first lady Anna looking proudly on asked club members in attendance what they would like to do during his term.
He expressed his excitement to get the ball rolling in anticipation of ascending the throne in July 2015. Never one to waste time, he plans to meet on July 1st, so he doesn’t miss a beat.
We presented Barbara with a special gratuity in recognition for all the special things she does for us throughout the year. Thanks Barb for everything you do to make our meetings so special!
Turnout was light, with Prez Karen conducting a do-it-yourself sleep deprivation test… so far 36 hours and counting… and Edi Birsan suffering from a bad case of the flu. However, both Lora and Laura were in attendance. Lora S did a great job with the 4-Way Test.
The highlight of the evening was Concord High School’s Ladies First Choral Group. These young women, including Interact Co-President Jessica Daynes, did an exceptional job for us. They sang their hearts out. If you weren’t in the holiday spirit after their performance, there may not be any hope for you. After their performance, Prez Karen presented director Mr. Emigh with a check in the amount of $250 to support their choral programs.
At the meeting of September 24, 2014 Ashur Yoseph, president of the Assyrian Aid Society of America gave us an update of the current situation “on the ground” in Iraq. A fascinating presentation which gave those in attendance a much clearer understanding of what is really going on in the country and the needs of the individuals who are displaced by the ISIS atrocities.
Thanks to our Concord High School Interact Co-Presidents and our exchange student Angelina Zywert, a total of 37 new Interactors were singed up for our Concord High Club. The “Club Rush” which was held on September 24th was aided my cookies purchased by Club Adviser Jeff Kasper, based on the success of the popsicles at Carondalet last week!