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Meeting Responsibilities
May 15, 2019
Registrar: Badges & Attendance/Cards
Azemika, Tracy
 
Greeter; Podium & Bell/Gavel
Williams, Laura
 
Inspirational Moment: Audio/Visual & Handouts
Records, Billie Sue
 
Flag Salute: US Flag & Rotary Banners
Maldonado, Jr., Manuel
 
Ambassador: Visiting Rotarians & Thanking Guest Presenters
Gibbs, Li
 
May 22, 2019
Registrar: Badges & Attendance/Cards
Swanson, Jeremy
 
Greeter; Podium & Bell/Gavel
Paggi, Robin
 
Inspirational Moment: Audio/Visual & Handouts
Henderson, B-RAD
 
Flag Salute: US Flag & Rotary Banners
Fishkin, Andrew
 
Ambassador: Visiting Rotarians & Thanking Guest Presenters
Corral, Helia
 
May 29, 2019
Registrar: Badges & Attendance/Cards
Records, Billie Sue
 
Greeter; Podium & Bell/Gavel
Maldonado, Jr., Manuel
 
Inspirational: Audio-Visual Aids & Handouts
Gibbs, Li
 
Flag Salute: US Flag & Rotary Banners
Colatruglio, Garett
 
Ambassador: Visiting Rotarians & Thanking Guest Presenters
Clowes, Kat
 
June 12, 2019
Registrar: Badges & Attendance/Cards
Azemika, Tony
 
Greeter; Podium & Bell/Gavel
Thomas, Denise
 
Inspirational: Audio-Visual Aids & Handouts
Azemika, Tracy
 
Flag Salute: US Flag & Rotary Banners
Luera, Alma
 
Ambassador: Visiting Rotarians & Thanking Guest Presenters
Foster, Sandra
 
 
 

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Welcome to our Club!

Bakersfield Twilight

This is NOT your Father's Rotary Club !

We meet Wednesdays at 6:00 PM
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Bakersfield, CA  93301
United States of America
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Interact club members and some of our club members joint forces with other local Rotary Clubs at the food packaging service project to help end hunger.
 
 
Brad and Sandy hard at work representing our club.
 
Oz at work.
 
Bea (and Bernie) and Alma hard at work.
 
Bethany (Rotaract Club President Elect) in the back left by the window.
 
Fernando (Bakersfield East Club) and members of the Boy Scouts Club working side-by-side.
 
Bethany (Rotaract Club President Elect) in the back by the window; Helia is at the table on the left.
Interact club members and some of our club members joint forces with other local Rotary Clubs at the food packaging service project to help end hunger.
 
 
Brad and Sandy hard at work representing our club.
 
Oz at work.
 
Bea (and Bernie) and Alma hard at work.
 
Bethany (Rotaract Club President Elect) in the back left by the window.
 
Fernando (Bakersfield East Club) and members of the Boy Scouts Club working side-by-side.
 
Bethany (Rotaract Club President Elect) in the back by the window; Helia is at the table on the left.
Once again, the best time of the day is TWILIGHT!
 
Our RYLA Students provided a phenomenal program sharing their experiences at this year's "camp."  Their stories were inspiring and remind us how important this unique opportunity is for our Interactors.
 
An update on our Polio Plus Project was shared and we have SURPASSED our goal ("$33 for 33 years") by nearly doubling it to $62.19 per memberWay to go Twilighters!  ...and the year isn't over yet!  
 
New member Billie Sue Records was our Member Spotlight and we learned that HRH Prince Philip was a "famous Rotarian." 
 
The All Club Meal Packaging Project is Saturday, May 4th - sign up with Robin Paggi and if you want to attend the Dodgers vs. Giants game on June 20 - registration links can be found on our website and on the D5240 website.
 
 
President Amy was off cavorting at the "Happiest Place on Earth" (shockingly, NOT busy!) so President-Elect Nancy stepped in to practice running a Twilight Meeting and DID A FAB JOB!  Scarlett Sabin, Executive Director of the Bakersfield Ronald McDonald House provided an update on their well-deserved (and long awaited) construction and expansion project.  The House originally opened in 2009 provides a place for families of pediatric patients or NICU patients to take a break from the hospital environment.
 
Li Gibbs was our Member Spotlight and Dr. Charles H. Mayo was our Famous Rotarian.  As always, thank you, Andrew Fishkin, for being our Club Photographer!!
 
Our April 24 meeting will be exciting as our RYLA attendees will be sharing their experiences at this year's camp.  You don't want to miss this!!
 
 
 
 
Twilighters enjoyed Bakersfield College's Renegade Room dining so much in November, that we decided to go again!  It was a tad smaller group, but just as festive as we dined on "Pacific Rim Cuisine."  Tasty offerings included Thai Beef & Mango Salad, Coconut Jasmine Rice (so good!), Hoisin Sesame Ribs and Teriyaki TriTip.  Guests were split on which was the better dessert: Pineapple Upside Down Cake or Thai Fried Banana with Honey & Sesame.  Thanks to all who attended!
 
 
 
 
Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
President Elect Nominee
Secretary
Treasurer
Club Bulletin Editor
Club Service Director
International Service
International Service Director
Community Service Director
Vocational Service Director
Youth Service
Membership Chair
Public Relations Chair
Club Awards Chair
Sergeant At Arms
Rotaract Advisor
Interact Advisor
RYLA Coordinator
Rotary Foundation Chair
Webmaster
Global Grant Chair
 
 
 
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