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Rotary Lunch Speaker: Shelli Zulauf - Traumatic Brain Injury: A Personal Journey

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On Tuesday, July 28 2020, our lunch speaker will be Shelli Zulauf. Her presentation will be: "Traumatic Brain Injury: A Personal Journey".


Shelli Zulauf was raised in Toppenish, Washington and has an associates degree in Radiologic Technology. She specialized in ultrasound, and had a very successful career from 1989-2010. She and her family moved to Bend in 2007.

 

She enjoys the many outdoor activities the Bend life style has to offer. She is the survivor of a near fatal car/bike accident, in 2010, and has spent the last 10 years recovering from her many injuries. She has helped other people in the community, who have been in similar circumstances, recover as well.


This meeting will be all-virtual. Join the Zoom Meeting here: 


https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85489256429?pwd=cEM3QWFGVWxJdlNuU 3ZRdHdycHcwdz09


You can also call in to the meeting at 1 669 900 6833.


We will record the presentation for others who aren’t able to attend at noon.


Last Week's Meeting Recording


Last week's program was an update on the Bend-Belluno exchange program. You can watch the recording here:


https://zoom.us/rec/share/u-tzK-rP5GFJX6fIyXDhe54KOo3Zaaa80 CZIrKZezkceuzmaYfsZvE8oIO0EGrTu


And email Brian Shawver if you do, for makeup attendance credit.


Scout Gesuale (Juanfe's host sister here in Bend) created a short 90 second video in Italian to introduce students from Italy to life here in Bend: click here to watch it on YouTube. 



Group Cultural Exchange with District 9400 in Africa


District 5110 is proud to announce a Group Cultural Exchange (formerly Group Study Exchange) with District 9400 in Africa. A team of 3-4 team members plus a team leader will travel to District 9400 in April 2021, just in time to celebrate their district’s 100th Anniversary. Both teams will return to Oregon together and attend our District Conference. Each team will spend 3-4 weeks abroad and each team member’s cost is $700 to help defray training and materials expenses. The team will meet approximately five (5) times prior to departure. Application materials and fact sheets are available on DACdb under District Files, Group Study exchange.



The Giving Plate Food Drive Results


Thanks to the club members who participated in our very successful food drive benefiting "The Giving Plate". In all, club members donated approximately 1400 lbs of food, plus a cash donation. I say approximate because one food donation arrived after we had shut down and stopped weighing.  


Our club's contribution will help feed multiple hungry families with young children in our community. It is wonderful to see Rotary in action and experience the Rotary motto of "service above self".


Thanks for giving. Thanks for your service.


Gary Meyer

Rotary Community Service Projects Survey Results


17 members responded to the 2 minute survey asking members about what they would like to see in the way of community service projects for the coming year. Survey Results:


Question 1 What would you like to see us do?


In general respondents wanted to see us continue with our current projects, outdoor projects, more food donation for those struggling with Covid, and serving projects such as Bethlehem Inn, Ronald McDonald House, etc. when possible.


Q2 – Participate or not?


12% indicated they were reluctant to participate because of virus


Q3 – How often should we do projects?


17% Once a month

82% Once a quarter


Q4- How many hours would you be willing to commit to on a project?


2 hours 53%

4 hours 23%

6 hours 24%

 






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