Meeting Notes from July 18, 2019
President Bob Flautt opened the meeting by leading us in the Pledge of Allegiance and singing "God Bless America".  Bob Mange gave an Invocation.
Jim Padgett introduced guests and visiting Rotarians.
John Messner presented Toby Magarian with a Paul Harris +1 pin.
Jesus Garcia, President of the Rotary Club of Folsom Lake presented a shared project between the three Folsom Rotary Clubs for Community Service Day.  His suggested project is Rise Against Hunger.  His club put together 66 boxes on one pallet last year that provided 14,000 meals.  He suggested three pallets this year.
Scott Moore thanked Jesus and the Rotary Club of Folsom Lake for buying the bar.  Also, he announced that he is looking for volunteer bartenders.  If you can volunteer, contact Scott.
Joe Gagliardi, President of the Folsom Rotary Foundation Board, conducted the voting for two new Board of Trustee members.  There were two openings and two candidates, Steve Brozosky and Toby Magarian.  Steve and Toby were elected to serve on the board for three years.  Joe also thanked the club for pouring beer at the Folsom Rodeo over the July 4th weekend and presented the club with a check for $2,000.
President Bob presented Steve Sprague with a Sergeant-at-Arms pin.  Now official, Steve levied fines.
John Abernethy introduced our speaker, Jane Matal.  Jane's topic was "Stroke Preventive Guidelines".  Jane talked about her stroke and it's effects on her life.  She described the symptoms of a stroke, BEFAST, as follows:
President Bob presented a box of Snook's chocolate to Jane for sharing her story with us.
Rotary Pancake Breakfast
This past weekend, Carolyn and I were in Graeagle.  On Sunday, the Rotary Clubs of Graeagle and Portola hosted a pancake breakfast at the Plumas-Eureka State Park as a fundraiser for the museum there and we went.  Saturday and Sunday were Gold Rush Days at the park.  
As we got our pancakes, etc. I mentioned that I am a Rotarian from the Rotary Club of Folsom.  The Rotarian that served us pancakes asked if we knew Guy Gibson.  Of course I answered yes and he told me that Guy is his uncle.  I asked Matt how his uncle is doing and he did say that Guy's health was not very good.  For our newer members who have not met Guy, he joined our club in 1978 and recently became a past member.  I thought our older members would appreciate this story.
Matt is in the yellow Rotary hat.
It was an excellent pancake breakfast with pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausages, coffee, and orange juice, a great deal for only $10.
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