Rotary and GSE Ride Again!


The Rotary Club of Los Angeles – Morning Club is looking for young business and professional people to represent them on a cultural and vocational exchange to Bangladesh. Participants will meet with Bangladeshis who are in your field. In addition to “vocational days”, you will get the opportunity to enjoy cultural and humanitarian experiences, while representing Rotary International.

Airfare is paid for by Rotary International. Housing and meals provided by host District 3660.

Application Guidelines
·      Participants cannot be current members of any Rotary organizations
·      Be currently employed for at least 2 years in any profession on a full-time basis
·      Be between 25-40 years of age
·      Work or live in District 5280 (Los Angeles County)
·      Able to travel from February 23, 2011 to March 24, 2011 with your employer's consent

To receive the application and schedule the initial interview, please contact ginny@brideau.net

For more information about the Rotary Club of Los Angeles Morning, visit http://lamorningrotary.org/

Rotary is a worldwide organization of business and professional leaders who provide humanitarian service and help to build goodwill and peace in the world. Rotary’s global membership is approximately 1.2 million men and women who belong to more than 32,000 Rotary clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas.

Rotary International, the world’s first service organization, is made up of over 33,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas. Its members form a global network of business and professional leaders who volunteer their time and talents to serve their communities and the world.

For more information, visit www.lamorningrotary.org, email ginny@brideau.net or call (213) 248-0698.

Moe on the run!

There was an incident at day care today.  Moe went on the lam. When Alex went to pick her up, the teachers were acting cool and then came the statement: "Iolani's 'friend' is missing, we've looked everywhere, and she hasn't asked for him"

I can imagine a more worse situation: Moe, the teddy bear that she drags around e.v.e.r.y.w.h.e.r.e. was missing.

The search was on! The last time he was seen was in the outdoor play area. So, as each corner was looked at, the sand box was scoured, each bike evaluated...no Moe.

Once someone looked over in the toddler area, there was Moe!  At the top of the stack of toys.  Sometime after naptime, Iolani must have somehow handed Moe OVER the fence from the Preschool area to the Toddler area to a toddler.

In any case, Moe was located and Iolani was very happy to have her dirty Saks bear back in her arms.

The End.

Homecoming Sunday at First Church

Park (ing) Day

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