Rotary Club of Campbell Joins the 21st Century
During the next month our meeting room will be upgraded by the addition of a large screen Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) Television that will make Power Point, video, and picture presentations many times better. When the question was first presented to the membership last month, it met with enthusiastic response. Continue reading New for EMQ: LCD TV from RotaryCSJw
On Tuesday, Bettina Kohlbrenner, will introduce Sass Somekh, Chairman of Novellus Systems and a pioneer of electric vehicles.
This should be an outstanding program — a great time to bring a guest, especially a potential new member. We hope to see all of you at our meeting.
Have a happy and safe Memorial Day Weekend.
Chris Vongsarath from the Campbell Reporter attended our luncheon meeting on Tuesday, May 20, along with our guest speaker Ed Syre. Chris filed this report, published on May 30:
Rotary speaker explains plan for ‘Nuclear Green Farms’
Ed Sayre doesn’t like to look at things as “waste.” He prefers to look at possibility instead.
Sayre is a Los Gatos resident with 40-plus years of developing and building jet engines, space propulsion systems and nuclear power plants for General Electric. He offered his thoughts on the California Nuclear Green Farm as the May 20 speaker at the Campbell Rotary Club.
According to Sayre, the nuclear farm would be the most efficient way to provide California with environmentally clean energy and fresh water, securing the economic and social well-being of the state at a relatively low cost to the economy. The farm would also increase food production while reducing California’s carbon footprint.
The article continues with additional perspective from Sayre’s presentation. Inexplicably — and fortunately for your wallet — the article does not mention any club members by name.