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Welcome to President Janine!

President Marv’s Farewell

End of Year Approaches

Welcome President Marv!

Congratulations to Past President Susan Klear for guiding another successful year for Campbell Rotary, with record membership growth!

Welcome new Club President Marvin Bamburg, who returns for a second term as president for the 2012-13 Rotary Year! Marv’s year began with our first meeting on July 3, at which he presented some details about Club operation under his direction.

Click though his presentation in the embedded window below (which you can make full screen, if it’s easier to read!):

Look out, Campbell!

Rotary Membership Contest

Winner Receives an all-expense paid trip to District 5170 District Conference in Tahoe (June 1-3, 2012)! … a $700.00 Value! All you have to do is invite someone to Lunch!

Busy Week! … and Germany?

Rotary Newsletter Jul 27 2010

Jerry’s Presidential Farewell

For anyone who missed Jerry Cummings’ thoughtful remarks at his debunking, they are reproduced below. Thanks for your devotion, Jerry!

Traditionally, the outgoing president recognizes various members for outstanding service to the club by
giving a certificate or some type of gift. When I reflected on this year, I thought that this was a real team effort by the whole club — how can I pick whom to recognize? Continue reading Jerry’s Presidential Farewell

Jason Baker’s a “Dad” …!

Read this document on Scribd: Newsletter – July 15 2008
J U L Y 1 5 , 2 0 0 8 CAMPBELL Rotary W W W. R O T A R Y C S J W. O R G z Jason and Mairead welcomed their ?rst child, Eamonn Timothy Baker on Monday, June 30. All the Bakers are happy and doing well. Congratulations, Jason! Jason Baker’s a DAD NEW TV INSTALLED @ E-MQ z • Board Highlights •Voted to support ELC to the tune of $3,000 • Set a date for the Holiday Party for Saturday, Dec. 6. •Approved initial funding of $1,600 for the Digital Villages Project in India. •Identi?ed the following dates as “Dark” : 12/30/08 and 4/14/09. • Decided to send this Newsletter via email to all members. Campbell Rotary member, Bettina Kohlbrenner of East?eld-Ming Quong crowned fellow Rotarians Rick Davis and Marv Bamburg as “Kings for the Day” at last Tuesday’s regular club meeting. The cause for the celebration was the installation of the large 65” Plasma TV. Davis and Bamburg spearheaded the July 22: Membership Seminar July 29: Club Service Seminar Aug 28: Dick Lohmiller’s Roast & Toast @ Saratoga Springs (new date!) fundraising and acquisition of the large TV for EMQ’s meeting room. The room’s natural skylight makes viewing slide and DVD presentations dif?cult. With professional installation and set-up, the new Plasma TV will make it much easier for EMQ’s staff and visiting Rotarians to enjoy video and slide presentations via this state of the art instrument. July 15: TRF Seminar @ DoubleTree July 19: Debunking/Paul Harris Fellows Luncheon @ Gordon Biersch, 12 Noon July 22: Governor Gary Citti’s Visit Coming Events Club Roster Business # Home/cell # Mary Arenas Just For You by Us 408-551-0338 408-205-2069 Gary Arita (Jeanette) Family Dentistry 408-246-3566 408-234-9924 Judy Armstrong (Doug) 408-829-6028 Paul Bacosa (Mary Lou) Bacosa Photography 408-441-7111 408-823-0530 Jason Baker (Mairead) Alexander, Hawes LLP 408-289-1776 408-839-6669 Marv Bamburg (Bonnie) MBA Architects 408-297-0288 408-375-8103 Adam Beck Beck’s Shoes 408-559-1601 408-464-0286 Marj Bonsall (Gary) Foot Solutions 408-376-0495 408-218-5210 James Burgard (Helen) Environetics 408-727-4274 408-313-9696 Ravi Chari (Meera) Sun Microsystems 408-404-4322 408-375-4293 Frank Cliff 415-494-2826 Dave Crowley (Carolyn) Paci?c News Bureau 408-997-0819 Jerry Cummings (Patty) Robinson Oil Corp. 408-517-4333 408-639-3172 Rick Davis (Doris) 408-209-4091 Bill Ellington (Pat) Devco Inc. 408-288-6928 408-313-5014 Derek Fujikawa (Mari) CPA 408-260-7977 408-832-4519 Dick Garland (Pat) Casualty Insurance 408-268-7874 408-307-2762 Warren Gilbert (Terttu) Architecture 831-722-6770 831-722-2668 Bill Highley (Emilie) 408-892-0205 408-892-0205 John Huebner (Kim) Com. Real Estate Neil Jacobson (Dina) Xilinx 408-879-4885 650-988-9001 Delbar Jahanian 408-425-9933 David Keller (Karen) 408-373-7702 Sue Klear (Robert) Klear Your Mind 408-249-3270 408-307-9033 Ruth Kohan SJ Public Library 408-996-1536 408-768-4226 Bettina Kohlbrenner (Carmelo) EMQ 408-364-4051 408-623-4886 Anne Lauzon CIWA, Inc. 408-261-4110 408-247-0331 Joe McTaggart William Mahan (Sherri) Attorney 408-371-4211 James Martinez Banker 408-998-6992 Fred Meyer 408-268-4712 Carl Middione (Helen) The Property Network 408-374-9500 408-377-1040 Jim Morelan (Milly) Architect 408-247-3322 408-464-4436 Phil Nielsen (Linda) Attorney 408-294-9700 408-252-8284 Rex Osborn (Gerri) 408-268-2246 Janine Payton (Don) Moreland Ed. Found. 408-378-3493 Neil Reid Wells Fargo Mortgage 408-335-2533 408-391-6244 Steve Salmon 415-601-0797 408-377-1795 Jerry Scott (Jo-Ann) Probate Referee 408-295-5468 408-266-7909 John Shannon (Pam) VIF 408-204-2604 408-294-8050 Alan Tanenbaum (Georgette) 408-358-3160 Marc Wagner (Cindy) CPA 408-283-9631 408-666-1719 Kit Whitney (Robb) 408-515-3441 Kathy Williamson C.L. Lott & Assoc. 408-264-5680 408-832-3307 Bob Yager (Marion) Financial Advisor 408-978-2214 408-867-9747 President: John Shannon President-elect: Rick Davis Past President: Jerry Cummings “We Care”: Kit Whitney Vocational Service: Anne Lauzon Club Board Members 2008-2009 Secretary: Marv Bamburg Treasurer: Phil Nielsen Community Service: Neil Jacobson International Service: Ravi Chari Committee Chairs Fundraising: Bill Ellington TRF: Bill Highley Membership: Carl Middione Club Service: TBD Youth Service: Janine Payton Programs: TBD

Sue Klear on Metro’s Front Page

It’s not actually her picture, but Dr. Sue Klear’s “Brain Music Therapy” appears on the cover of this week’s Metro newspaper:

I’M RELAXING in a chair upstairs inside Suite 11 of the historic Kiely House in Santa Clara, a Queen Anne Victorian dating back to the 19th century. Dr. Sue Klear, a licensed psychologist specializing in neurofeedback, has just attached seven sensors to my head and face with an odorless skin-prepping gel to prepare me for the initial stages of Brain Music Therapy, an experimental treatment for insomnia, anxiety, depression and stress.

The treatment records an individual’s brain waves using an Electroencephalogram (EEG), analyzes them and then converts them into two piano tracks—one “relaxing file” and one “activating file.” These are eventually burned onto a CD for the patient to play while going to sleep and after waking up, the idea being that the musical sounds form a correlation to your specific brain waves in order to help eliminate imbalanced brain activity. So, theoretically, you end up sleeping much better and function more productively during the day.

Read the full story about Brain Music Therapy on Metro’s website.

If you’ve got the paper edition in your hand, the story starts on Page 26, and Sue’s picture appears a few pages later. She’s also pictured online attaching sensors to the reporter’s head … undoubtedly brainwashing him to portray Rotary in a positive light … ;-)

Wait a minute … does the article mention Rotary?

Burgard Appointed to State Boards

We may not be seeing a lot of Jim Burgard for a while …

Jim has been kind of busy recently … serving on and being appointed to civil and public boards for the State of California. Word has come from Sacramento that Jim is now serving on the California Board for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors and the California Department of Consumer Affairs Board of Pharmacy.

His appointment to the Professional Engineers board is so recent that his name has yet to appear on the official list of board members. As for the Board of Pharmacy, his name is prominently included, but his biography inexplicably fails to mention Rotary.