Rotary Club of Villa Park Newsletter
Happy Passover and Easter
Congratulations California State Timed Trial Champ Bill Langstaff
Congratulations Garrett Elmendorf and Kevin Brunhober for Recent Achievements
Skin Cancer Recognition
Invocation: Mike Brunhober
Pledge of Allegiance: Teri Brooks
Rotary Four Way Test: Jane McDonald
Song: "When You're Smiling" Teri Brooks
Nancy Mills- Mother of Greg Mills
Fred Fascinelli- to be inducted today
Steve Stern promises matzah for next week's meeting
Bryan Nash extended an invitation for Villa Park Rotarians to attend the Villa Park Home Tour
on April 29th. The tour will feature 4 homes- tickets are $40 and an additional $10 if
you want to have a post tour dinner at Rockwell's
Wayne Silzel announced the Covenant Presbyterian School is having a golf tournament on
May 7th at the Alta Vista Country Club. Tickets: $140 each and include golf, dinner
and raffle. The tournament is a shotgun/ scramble.
Next Week's Speaker- Jimmy Ozeata- New CEO of the Orange YMCA
Induction of Fred Fascinelli
Pete Moriarty Presiding; Sponsor Greg Mills
Dsignation: Criminal Law
Avenue of Service: Vocational
Sponsor Greg Mills looks on as Fred Fascinelli is Inducted by Pete Moriarty
Ed Carter- Announced the Villa Park Dad's Club Golf Tournament at Strawberry Fields on May
1st to benefit Villa Park Elementary School.
He is also still collecting clothes for the clothing drive.
Bill Langstaff thanked Pete Moriarty for having the Fireside Chat at his home. He enjoyed the
opportunity to learn more about rotary.
Bill also announced that he is the new California State Bicycle Timed
Trial Champion. Congratutions Bill!!!
Danny Friedl was proud to announce his daughter was accepted at USC and got a 70%
Steve Stern wished everyone a happy holiday.
Bob Grandolfo was happy to be a member of the club and that his daughter is visiting.
Greg Mills was happy Fred Fascinelli has joined the club.
Nagy Ibrahim wished everyone a Happy Easter, Passover, Tax Season and his son a happy
Teri Brooks announced that her son Garrett has taken up power lifting and competed in his
first meet. He was declared California State Champion in 2 divisions and broke the
record in the Dead Lift with a weight of 523 lbs.
Mike Brunhober announced that his son Kevin, who attends Fullerton College, and plays Bass
competed in a group at a jazz festival and his group won 1st place.
Steven Pollack congratulated Bill Langstaff for his state championship. We should appreciate
that this is a major accomplishment.
Mark Schmidt recently visited St Louis, Boston and Notre Dame University with wife Jan
He also visited his son in New Jersey and announced that his son and daughter-in-law
will be moving back to California.
Jay Applebaum thanked club members for helping him set up his talk on the Ipad.
Eric Sense was proud of his son who came in to pitch the last inning of a Villa Park Varsity
Baseball Game. His son did well, but the team lost after the ump reversed a call.
Speaker: Jay Applebaum, M.D.
Recognition of Skin Cancer and Common Skin Disorders
and Craft Talk.
The take home message was to be careful when going out in the sun to help prevent skin cancer.
Use sunscreens, avoid peak sun hours of 10AM- 2PM, wear protective clothing and a hat.
Melanoma incidence is on the rise and should be detected early and treated early to prevent
spread and a worsened prognosis. Any mole that is irregular in color or shape, itching, burning
or bleeding should be examined and biopsied.
Jimmy Ozeata- CEO of Orange YMCA