Mar  2015 
Long Beach Rotary Social Network

Brian Russell Brian Russell
President 2014-2015

Vice President
Coldwell Banker

Upcoming Events

4th Annual Mark Bixby Memorial Easter Egg Hunt
Sat, March 28, 2015
The Easter Bunny is coming to Centennial Park. Neighborhood children ages 2-12 can search for hidden eggs, take photos with the bunny, jump in the Moon Bounce, get your face painted, take home your very own, new book! more
Camp Enterprise
Wed, April 1, 2015
The 25th annual Camp Enterprise hosts 60 high school juniors to learn first-hand the spirit behind the free enterprise system. Students attend a Wednesday morning session and lunch aboard the Queen Mary before departing for YMCA Camp Oakes in Big Bear Lake. During the 2-1/2 day camp, students learn individual and team-building skills. Camp ends Friday morning with presentations by each team of their business plan for an originally-created enterprise. more
Camp Enterprise Kick-off Speaker: Walter Larkins
Wed, April 1, 2015
Who better than a serial entrepreneur to kick-off Camp Enterprise for 60 high school juniors? Walter Larkins has founded a number of companies including Endosurgical Development Corp (devices for minimally invasive heart surgery), Envision Associates (consultation for entrepreneurs), and CDR Benefits and Insurance Services where he is the current president. He is a commissioner on the LA County Workforce Investment Board and the LB Economic Development Commission; and serves in a leadership capacity for a number of non-profit boards and organizations (LB Rotary, CA Council of Equality & Justice, LB Community Foundation, E=O2 Foundation.) more
Thursday Breakfast Business Roundtable
Thu, April 2, 2015
The club's newest hot spot is the Business Networking and Roundtable. Join your fellow Rotarian colleagues the first Thursday of each month to just talk business. more
Welcome to Long Beach Rotary's 2014-2015 year!
Rotary brings leaders like you together from all cultures and occupations who want to use their distinct expertise doing good for others. Rotarians' sense of responsibility inspires them to give back to their communities and step forward to tackle the toughest challenges. They persevere to create positive social changes around the world.


Together, Rotarians empower youth, improve health, promote peace and advances communities in all corners of the globe. With 1.2 million members worldwide and counting, Rotary’s global impact has never been greater -- and it continues to grow.
When Rotarians come together and commit to a cause, the magnitude of Rotary’s impact is clear. One example is our PolioPlus initiative, a worldwide effort to eradicate polio forever. With the ongoing philanthropic support and volunteer efforts of Rotarians, we will continue the fight to “End Polio Now.”

Our weekly meetings provide an opportunity for fellowship and to learn about the many diverse issues affecting our world and our own community. 

Yours in service,

Brian Russell, President #98, 2014-2015

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India Goes One Year Without A New Case of Polio - Gates pledges additional $50 million


Rotary club members worldwide are cautiously celebrating a major milestone in the global effort to eradicate polio. India, until recently an epicenter of the wild polio virus, has gone one year without recording a new case [ More]

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