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December 4 @ Rinconada Hills Club House

6:00 pm Cocktails
7:00 pm Dinner

Bring your Pot Luck dish (sign-up with Kathy Williamson).
Bring an unwrapped kids toy for donating to EMQ.
Bring an Exchange Gift, valued at no more than $15.

DIRECTIONS to Rinconada Hills Club House (NOT Rinconada Country Club)
Rinconada Hills Clubhouse telephone 374 3895

From Highway 17 heading toward Santa Cruz: 1) Exit at Camden Ave/San Tomas stay in right lane. 2) Exit “Winchester Ave South” to 2nd signal at Hacienda Ave. 3) Turn right at 76 service station on Hacienda to 2nd stop sign. 4) Turn left til street dead ends at Pollard/Knowles Road. 5) Turn right and follow Pollard through underpass, past Safeway on your left, past signal at More Ave. 6) Make first left turn into Rinconada Hills. Entrance road “Avineda del Sol” dead ends at clubhouse.

From Lawrence ExpressWay heading south: 1) Name changes to Quito Road at Saratoga Ave. 2) You’ll pass YMCA on your left, pass a stop signal, cross over Highway 85, pass signal at Allendale, next signal is Pollard Road. 3) Left on Pollard. Turn right at third driveway into Rinconada Hills. 4) Entrance road “Avineda del Sol” dead ends at clubhouse.

DIY Ammunition

“Triple-A” Shooter and fellow Rotarian Fred Meyer introduced us to the world of ammunition and target shooting. Fred enjoys the “warm fuzzy” he gets from making a great bullet, even though he intends to shoot it in the direction of an otherwise cuddly-seeming pig (a paper pig, but still).

These pictures depict the delicate work of cleaning and loading cartridges with gunpowder. A variety of specialized tools are required, not to mention a fair amount of precision and know-how.

Fred also gave us an outdoor demonstration of gunpowder!

Happy Thanksgiving!

Our extended Rotary Family celebrates Thanksgiving!

Campbell Reporter: Kit Whitney

Yes, it’s real news, in a real newspaper …

Campbell San Jose Rotary Club installs Kit Whitney as president

By Lynn Crocker (Campbell Reporter)

“Service Above Self” is the motto of Rotary International and a way of life for its more than 1.2 million members, including Campbell resident Kit Whitney. Whitney, who is soon to be installed as president of the Campbell-San Jose West Rotary Club, has been a member since 1987. … More

St. Elizabeth’s Day Home Update

The ramp is almost complete!

PDF: Project Description

Photos from Bill Highley

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