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El Cajon
Service Above Self
We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Ronald Reagan Center
195 E. Douglas
El Cajon, CA  92120
United States
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Previous Meeting
What a packed filled meeting!
We had some great stories and "happy fives" from Carol, Ramona, Erick (10.00), Josh, and Cheryl.  Daniel announced his new baby.
Our happy five numbers are way up!  Please keep up the good work.  Alison provided an update on the Morning Glory Brunch Event.
Please click on these links to see pictures of the event.
Ginger collected the final prescription glasses for delivery.
Jacks and Cathy had their birthdays.  Erick reminded us to bring items in for the Gala on June 27th. Our guest Speaker was Tony Zambelli who spoke about the unification of goals with between Rotary and the Elks.  Mr Zambelli reminded us of the importance of "Under GOD" in our pledge.  He was thankful and hopes to work together in future projects.  He has also promised to publish our Rotary Gala at the Elks facilities. This weeks speaker is Kathleen Hedberg from the Water authority For Future events and speakers, please click on this link.
There was no winner of the marbles.
Upcoming Speakers
Sep 29, 2015
Oct 06, 2015
Oct 13, 2015
Oct 20, 2015
Oct 27, 2015
Nov 10, 2015
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Upcoming Events
Rotary Leadership Institute
USD Kroc Institute of Peace & Justice
Oct 03, 2015
8:00 AM – 3:30 PM
District 5340 Vocational Networking Event
Corporate Alliance
Oct 10, 2015
Millions For Hope - Dist GALA
Del Mar Fair Grounds
Oct 17, 2015
District 5340 Foundation Seminar
Escondido Center for Performing Arts
Nov 14, 2015
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President's Message
Erick Lundy
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Erick Lundy
Rotary Club of El Cajon
President 2015-2016
Rotary District 5340
(858) 408-1404
Rotary is a leadership organization.
We're made up of local business, professional and civic leaders, and people like you who have a heart for service.
We meet regularly on Tuesdays for lunch.  We get to know one another and become good friends, and through that, we're able to accomplish extraordinary things for our community.
....And we have fun doing it!!!
Call me and be our guest any time if you would like to learn about our amazing club.
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September 3
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September 19
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September 19
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Roger Hueppchen
September 1, 2007
8 years
Mr. Humbert Cabrera
September 14, 2010
5 years
Dana Fletcher
September 18, 2014
1 year
Susan Ferrara
September 21, 1999
16 years
Meetings: Every Tuesday at Noon, Ronald Reagan Community Center - 195 E. Douglas Ave - El Cajon CA 92020
President: Humbert Cabrera - President-Elect: Erik Lundy – Vice President: Cheryl Monshew - Secretary: Charles Cole -
Treasurer: Roger Hueppchen  Executive Secretary: Dana Fletcher
Rotary Club of El Cajon - PO Box 643, El Cajon, CA 92022 - Phone: 619-588-1985 - Email: