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Lincoln HS Chamber Orchestra

In our annual St. Valentine’s Day Celebration, we were treated to some spectacular classical concert music, performed by the Lincoln HS Chamber Orchestra.

Today’s playlist (in no particular order):

Entrance of Queen Sheba
Brandenburg #3
All I Ask of You
My Funny Valentine

You can contact any of the talented musicians through the head of the music department at Lincoln High School, Sofia Fojas: 408-535-6300 x440.

Dea Wilson Co-Chairs Social Committee

To assure that the most vital function of our Rotary Club receives top billing, new member Dea Wilson has joined Kathy Williamson as co-chair of the Social Committee.

Stay tuned for some exciting activities …

Rotary Fights Polio

Perhaps the greatest achievement of Rotary’s first century has been PolioPlus, the collaborative effort to eradicate Polio from the planet.

In 8/04 Glenn Estess, Sr. Rotary Internat’l President, attended RI’s Polio Summit in Delhi, India, where more than 1300 Rotarians, health officials and governmentt leaders (including India’s President) convened to coordinate the final push to wipe out Polio in Bangladesh, India, Nepal and Pakistan. Epidemiologists report that India is on track to stop poliovirus transmission by the end of ’04.

It is only a matter of time before polio is eradicated forever, thanks to the Foundation and our global health partners. PolioPlus will serve as our lasting legacy to the world’s children.

Country Woman’s Club of Campbell

In celebration of their own 100th anniversary, the Country Woman’s Club of Campbell has invited Rotarians to attend a few of their gala events:

Tuesday, February 22: 21st Annual Solo Music Competition. This is a free event, featuring many young performers on-stage at the Heritage Theater.

Thursday, February 24: Celebration Dinner at Villa Ragusa; $35 per person includes dinner and a copy of their book, “A Century of Memories.” No-host cocktails start at 5:30. If you’d like to go, please see David Keller for ticket information.

Judy Visit Brussels; Andre Rieu is Hot!

Flying all the way to Belgium on KTEH business may have affected Judy in more ways then one! From the interview she conducted to publicize his upcoming conert, Judy reports that classical music sensation Andre Rieu is a delightful host (watchout, Doug!), and an excellent musician.

Judy has also invited our club to form a group if we are interested in attending the KTEH benefit concent on December 15, 2005. Keep your eyes posted for details ….