Rotary Club of Villa Park Newsletter
Villa Park Boat Parade Sunday December 11th
Everything You Ever Wanted to know About Waste Water Treatment in Orange County But Were Afraid to Ask
Invocation: Brad Reese
Pledge of Allegiance:George Poulos
Rotary Four Way Test: Jane McDonald
Song: "God Bless America" Teri Brooks
Manon- Guest of Will Warren
Marsha Leeg- visiting Rotarian from Minden, Nevada
Fred Fascinelli-guest of Greg Mills- 3rd Meeting
Jennifer Cabral- OC Dept of Sanitation- today's speaker
Jim Furcolow- 3rd Meeting.
Stan Van Den Berg- announced that he is an airplane enthusiast and he and his wife spent the
evening at the Holiday Inn by Long Beach Airport.
Jan Schmidt- dined at the Mission Inn in Riverside with family and friends.
Pete Moriarty- removed the new member badges fromKen Caplin, Mike Brunhober, and Bob
Meyer who have a combined 91 years of perfect attendance.
- Pete also talked about the new Perfect Attendance Program. Mostly to say that its
ok if you can't do it. There are make-up opportunities available on-line and by
visiting other clubs.
- President's Dinner next Tuesday evening Double Tree Hotel- Villa Park Rotary will
be honored. Dinner $40/person.
Jay Applebaum- talked about our preparations for the Villa Park Boat Parade. We will be
serving hot dogs, hamburgers and bratwurst across the street from the Villa Park
City Hall. Set up will begin at 4PM. Volunteers are welcome to help out.
Linda Bartrom added that some of her Interact kids from Villa Park will be there
and some of her media students will be filming the event.
Linda Bartrom-Olsen- is having a dinner at her home to honor her media students tomorrow
night from 6-8 PM. Everyone is invited to stop by.
She also informed us that her media students are filming Interact activities and will
submit the film to the Interact International Media Competition.
Greg Mills informed us that the Villa Park Picnic will be on Memorial Day Sunday at Irvine
Lake. There will be some upcoming meetings for those interested in helping with
planning the event.
Craig Beinlich reminded us that the Club's Holiday Party will be on January 12th at the
Orange County Mining Company from 6-9PM. Contact Craig to RSVP and give him
your dinner choice- steak or chicken.
Bob Meyer-CVS has sent Bob a big load of candy and hygiene items for the troops.
He will be packing boxes next Wednesday, Thursday and Friday for anyone who
wants to help contact Bob Meyer. The boxes will be packed at his home- 692 N.
Adell, Unit 82, Orange.
Nagy Ibrahim announced that December 29th and January 12th will be dark-no AM meeting.
Jill Kuli- announced that the Community Service Committee will be distributing a Parent Reading
Guide that is created by the LA Times. She will make copies available to the schools
and parents. She also talked about the 50/50 Raffle Tickets, each ticket is $5 and
you get 5 for $20. The raffle is sponsored by Lesslie Giacobbi and the winner gets
half of the total collected. Jill has tickets if interested.
Ed Howards Amphicar won most unique vehicle at a local auto show.
Bob Kreisberg- is going to be a judge of business ventures at Cal State Fullerton.
His group of students is practicing for their presentation- an analysis of Integrated
Medical Group this evening. If you are interested in sharing your business experience
contact John Jackson at Cal State Fullerton.
Marsha Leeg is happy to spend her time here with our rotary club. She will be visiting until
John and Jean Broussard have been babysitting their grand daughter every Thursday. She just
turned one and is walking. John just put up the Christmas Tree and is concerned she might
get more than curious.
Marianne Koepnick is taking her first vacation in many years. She is going to Europe with the
Silzels and will be visiting Germany, France, Switzerland and Austria. This is her first trip
Nagy Ibrahim's son-in-law was promoted to executive director of his hospital.
Ed Carter's Villa Park Elementary School Dad's Club will be offering stiff competition at Sunday's
Villa Park Boat Parade. They will be serving award winning pulled pork sandwiches.
Steve Kawa announced that the Santiago Canyon College Girl's Soccer Team finished second
in the state in their division.
Wayne Silzel announced that the Covenant Christian School will be serving free hot cider, hot
cocoa and coffee at the Villa Park Boat Parade.
George Poulos took Celia to see her favorite performer Johnny Mathis at the Performing Arts
Prerna O'Hara announced the her ex-husband T.J. O'Hara has just filed paper to run for President
of the United States as an independent.
Pam Dunndirected everyone to read the article on Jill Kuli in this month's Villa Park Magazine.
Drawing: $176- Pete Moriarty drew an ace.
Speaker: Jennifer Cabral
Jennifer is the Senior Public Information Specialist in charge of community outreach for the Orange
County Department of Sanitation. She gave an informative presentation on waste water treatment
in Orange County. We found out that Orange County produces 207 million gallons of waste
water every day and the treatment plants turn out 100 million gallons of treated water daily; that's a lot of waste water. Much of the water once cleaned is used for irrigation of parks and golf courses and some is returned, once cleaned to the ocean. Some of the water is also returned to the aquifers and will eventually find its way back to our homes.
Correction; The Caborca Polio Trip will cost $225 plus the cost of hotel accommodation.
Not $125 as stated in last week's newsletter.
Next week: Shelly Wooley, Author.