Ready, set GO! The Duck Races Are ON! Sunday, August 19th at Waterworld in Concord. You can adopt a duck for just $10! One duck will win $1,000! You do NOT need to be present to win!
This event is sponsored by eight local Rotary Clubs (Clayton Valley Sunrise, Concord, Concord-Diablo, Diablo View, Martinez, Pleasant Hill, Walnut Creek, Walnut Creek Sunrise) to raise money for projects in our community. Projects include scholarships, Meals on Wheels, Food Bank, Healthcare, CASA, Senior Care, and much much more!
Special $20 Kids & $30 Adult Admission tickets available. Contact any member of the Concord-Diablo Rotary Club or email us to adopt ducks or purchase tickets.
Thanks go out to Cody Sickinger and Dirk Wentling for their combination of picking and roof climbing to clean out the oranges at the MacDonald’s in Walnut Creek.
The orangers were split between the Food Bank
and the Homeless Shelter.
This was Cody’s 16th mission making him one short of Karen Mahshi’s record holding of 17. Dirk who is also an Ace Squadron Picker, 8 missions.
Thanks to everyone who contributed their time, talent, and money to make the 2012 Dave Crane Memorial Pancake Breakfast the most successful ever!
While the tabulations are still being done, we sold more, and had greater revenues than ever before! Thanks to Karen Valles for chairing this year’s event! And, our presenting sponsor, Travis Credit Union!
See you next year!
It was three o’clock in the afternoon and the sun was high. The Hawai’ian music was floating on the breeze. The MaiThai’s were flowing freely…
PP Jim did a great job at the luau themed event, in honor of the departing “Big Kahuna” Jeff Kasper. The food was great (especially Jeff’s favorite — SPAM Sushi! Karen & Richard Valles offered up their home, the perfect setting for this festive Luau!
A majority of the Club was in attendance, with Kevin actually daring to bring his whole family! (The new baby is really getting big!) Elusive Laura Hoffmeister was even there live, and in person!
Kasper had said that he “Didn’t need anymore plaques!” So PP Jim came through with a beautiful Ukelele! (He was also kind enough to include a lesson book) Kasper gave gifts of the islands to the Board members for their support (thank you Mrs. Kasper for putting these together), including an inspirational Rotary item for each member.
Eric will officially take the reigns at the July 11th meeting – but he’s in charge now! Jeff can be found strumming his uke, so far he’s learned “Are you sleeping?”, “Mary Had A Little Lamb” and “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” Look for the album on iTunes!
This is the booth that we set up in conjunction with the Sunrise and the Concord-Friday club.
While we did not get any sign ups requesting member information, I did get about half a dozen flyers out on prospects for both the RotaCare facility and the Picker Squadron.