Our program this week will feature Scott Silverman of Make It A Safe Home.   The Safe Homes Coalition helps raise awareness about the proper use, storage and disposal of prescription medication to create safer homes and communities.
On June 14th we welcomed Roger Liles, a writer and former military intelligence specialist, who shared his Cold War experiences about Berlin and the constant tension between the West and the Soviet Bloc.  His recent book is "The Berlin Tunnel - A Cold War Thriller," describes in fictional form some of the efforts of the Western allies to gain advantage in intelligence and military positions.  We thank Roger for his time and insights.  He's pictured here with Prez Alex.
We also welcomed the Cub Scouts of Pack 546, who received our donation check and honored us by leading the opening flag ceremony.
 
The annual Rotarians at Work Day was Saturday, April 27th.  Point Loma Rotarians once again gathered at Famosa Slough and, working with Jim Pugh and the Friends of Famosa Slough, helped paint over graffiti and repair the benches and fences and improve this neighborhood treasure.  Thanks again to Chik-Fil-A for providing nourishment for the hardworking Rotarians.  Click on the title above to see more photos.
 
 
Congratulations to Rich Stakelum and his whole team for another successful event on Nov. 10th.  This year appears to mark another record in our fundraising efforts to support Moore's Cancer Center Pancreatic Oncology unit and honor our good friend Jim Krause.  Stay tuned for updates to actual total funds raised.
 
Check out this great video of the Veterans Village Fishing Trip:
 
 
 
 
On Aug. 26th, Rotary Club of Point Loma and Veterans Village of San Diego hosted the First Annual Veteran's Fishing Day.  The event included a free day of fishing for about 50 veterans on one of San Diego's premier fishing boat, the Daily Double.  The boat departed from the Point Loma Sportfishing pier at 9:00 AM and returned around 6:00 PM.  Most anglers were successful there were smiles from all the participants upon returning to the pier.  Special thanks to Alan Brown and Carter Shuffler for all their hard work in putting together this event.  Click on the title above to see additional pictures.
 
Our program this week will feature Scott Silverman of Make It A Safe Home.   The Safe Homes Coalition helps raise awareness about the proper use, storage and disposal of prescription medication to create safer homes and communities.
On June 14th we welcomed Roger Liles, a writer and former military intelligence specialist, who shared his Cold War experiences about Berlin and the constant tension between the West and the Soviet Bloc.  His recent book is "The Berlin Tunnel - A Cold War Thriller," describes in fictional form some of the efforts of the Western allies to gain advantage in intelligence and military positions.  We thank Roger for his time and insights.  He's pictured here with Prez Alex.
We also welcomed the Cub Scouts of Pack 546, who received our donation check and honored us by leading the opening flag ceremony.
 
The annual Rotarians at Work Day was Saturday, April 27th.  Point Loma Rotarians once again gathered at Famosa Slough and, working with Jim Pugh and the Friends of Famosa Slough, helped paint over graffiti and repair the benches and fences and improve this neighborhood treasure.  Thanks again to Chik-Fil-A for providing nourishment for the hardworking Rotarians.  Click on the title above to see more photos.
 
 
Congratulations to Rich Stakelum and his whole team for another successful event on Nov. 10th.  This year appears to mark another record in our fundraising efforts to support Moore's Cancer Center Pancreatic Oncology unit and honor our good friend Jim Krause.  Stay tuned for updates to actual total funds raised.
 
Check out this great video of the Veterans Village Fishing Trip:
 
 
 
 
On Aug. 26th, Rotary Club of Point Loma and Veterans Village of San Diego hosted the First Annual Veteran's Fishing Day.  The event included a free day of fishing for about 50 veterans on one of San Diego's premier fishing boat, the Daily Double.  The boat departed from the Point Loma Sportfishing pier at 9:00 AM and returned around 6:00 PM.  Most anglers were successful there were smiles from all the participants upon returning to the pier.  Special thanks to Alan Brown and Carter Shuffler for all their hard work in putting together this event.  Click on the title above to see additional pictures.
 
 
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