Oct  2015 
Long Beach Rotary Social Network

Greg Burnight Greg Burnight
President 2015-2016

Curtis & Burnight

Upcoming Events

Keep It Clean Day - Rotary Centennial Park
Sat, October 10, 2015
Come join your fellow Rotarians for fellowship, citizenship, and cleansmanship on each SECOND Saturday of the month at Rotary Centennial Park (corner of PCH @ Junipero). Time: 8:00 AM more
Board of Directors Meeting (July 2015-June 2016)
Tue, October 13, 2015
7:15am coffee, juice 7:30am meeting more
Wining the Most Challenging & Prestigius Horserace in the World
Wed, October 14, 2015
Charlie Fenwick grew up in Baltimore County, the hub of American steeplechase racing. He spent 28 years as an amateur jockey, but the greatest accomplishment of his riding career was winning the England Grand National in 1980. Ben Nevis (the skittish, rangy chestnut jumper) went off as a 40-to-1 shot. With this win, Charlie became only the 2nd American in 137 years of racing history to win this prestigious race. In 2009 Ben Nevis was inducted into the National Museum of Racing Hall of Fame in Saratoga, New York, and Charlie was awarded the Ambrose Clark Award for his contribution to the sport. more
It's 5 O'Clock Somewhere - Beechwood BBQ & Brewing
Thu, October 15, 2015
Our monthly 5th AVENUE mixer has a new name: It's 5 O'Clock Somewhere. Let's celebrate a little Octoberfest at the Beechwood BBQ and Brewing at 210 E. 3rd St. Known for their low and slow BBQ technique, there are also 22 rotating taps and one cask-conditioned beer providing a rare and unique first-rate beer selection. 3-hour parking validation available at the Lofts Parking lot on Waite Alley. more
Welcome to Long Beach Rotary's 2015-2016 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 advance 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 that began in 1985 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 club meetings provide an opportunity for fellowship and to learn about the many diverse issues affecting our world and our own community. 

Yours in service,

Greg Burnight, President #99, 2015-2016

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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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