April at Chino Rotary: Honduras Water Project, Stepping Up for Boys, Teacher Mini-Grants, Craft Talks and Big Brothers Big Sisters

Zeb Welborn

The owner of Welborn Social Media and the founder of The Tutoring Solution.My goal is to help business owners share the passion they have for their business with as many potential customers as possible.By helping passionate people achieve their dreams I am helping to create a society of passionate leaders that will help inspire others to make their dreams a reality.

The Chino Rotary Club had an amazing April as we helped to support a Honduras Water Project, hosted our Stepping Up for Boys program, gave $2,500 to Chino Valley Unified School Teachers via the Mini-Grant program, had four craft talks, Arianna Fajardo shared her experience so far with Big Brothers Big Sisters and CP Phan created an amazing video from his experience at RYLA.

WASH in Schools Target Challenge

Our club is excited to be supporting the San Pedro Sula Rotary Club in Honduras on Rotary International’s pilot project WASH in Schools. The San Pedro Sula RC and other four clubs in Honduras were awarded a total amount of $500,000 as a global grant in order to provide hydrosanitary infrastructure, drinking water and education training for health for 31 schools in Honduras! You can read more about the project at  https://my.rotary.org/en/wash-schools-target-challenge

Part of the challenge in this grant was to include international clubs to support raise a total of $75,000 towards the project, with the objective that Rotarians unite to benefit schools in needy communities. Our Chino Rotary member, Linda Perla, is a former Rotaractor of San Pedro Sula. With a desire to expand on Chino Rotary’s engagement on international projects, she presented the WASH project to our club so we could be a part of it. We are delighted to be supporting this project and also glad to know that other clubs like Pomona, Rancho del Chino, and District 5300 have also joined us in contributing to this pilot project.
Stay tuned to follow how this project develops and see Rotarians in action! Chino Rotary values our partnership with clubs, internationally and locally, to multiply the impact Rotarians can have when we work together. We are elated to further our partnerships and serve the needy worldwide!

Stepping Up for Boys

I believe this is the third year the Chino Rotary Club has sponsored the Stepping Up for Boys program and it was a tremendous success. On April 21, more than one hundred 6th grade students attended the Stepping Up for Boys program which helps young students transition from elementary school to junior high school.

The program has been a phenomenal success. Thank you to everyone who was involved and thank you to everyone participated.

$2,500 in Debbie Wilson Teacher Mini-Grants

On April 25, the CHINO ROTARY CLUB awarded $2,500 to Chino Valley Unified School District teachers via the Debbie Bentley Wilson Teacher Mini-Grant program. Below is a list of teachers and the projects they planned to use the funds for:

2018 Debbie Wilson Teacher Mini-Grant Award Winners

2018 Debbie Wilson Teacher Mini-Grant Award Winners

Congratulations to:

Patrick Wood – Students will engage in model rocket testing and engineering as part of a unit capstone project that teaches Conservation of Momentum and Energy, Newton’s Laws of Motion, and Engineering Practices (NGSS).

Rebecca Reger & LauraLee Zuber – All third grade students will fully engage with science phenomena by participating in hands-on activities in order to deepen their understanding of grade level science standards. Students will witness the birth and development of baby chicks, butterflies, tadpoles, and ladybugs (NGSS standard 3-LS1,2,3). We have already purchased incubators and acquired fertile chicken eggs. Students will candle eggs at day 7 and day 14 to observe signs of life and movement. Then they will begin to witness signs of hatching around day 21 (peeping and pecking). They will observe the chicks as they hatch and grow into mature chickens, observing and noting heritable traits. Students will document and make models of different animal life cycles, including butterflies and tadpoles as they metamorphis into their adult stages. Throughout these lessons, students will analyze the similarities and differences between different animal species, including ladybugs. Students will design and perform experiments with magnets, including magnetic slime (NGSS standard 3-3PS2). Students will be amazed as they use magnetic forces to make a paperclip levitate or observe their magnetic slime “eating” a neodymium magnet while simultaneously learning about reactions within the slime. At this time, the state of CA has no adopted science curriculum to support the new Next Generation Science Standards. These materials will provide hands-on experiences for students with the newly adopted standards.

Jason Davis – Students will use the Lego Education MINDSTORMS EV3 Space Exploration Set to enhance and extend their understanding of robotics. By adding this set to our existing robotics program, students will simulate a mission to explore the harsh surface of Mars – right in the classroom!

Brianda Reyes – I want to integrate more hands on activities for all subjects. I want to be able to purchase or create learning activities for my students to become motivated to learn.

Chuck Pope – Each year we invite over 100 Veterans to attend an Oral History Day with th whole Junior Class. The students conduct interviews of one Veteran over a 3 hour period. They then must write a thank You Letter and an essay report on the experience.

Tracy Buss – The students have been learning about the life cycle of plants. We also researched plants and what types of fruits and vegetables will grow in our area during each season. Students have planted various winter lettuces and leaf vegetables. We want to harvest our vegetables and create recipes using our vegetables. We will then create a restaurant with the recipes. We will use the money skills we are learning in math to create a menu with prices. Students will make the food and serve it to the parents. We have already harvested and frozen butternut squash for soup and lemons for lemonade. We are going to create a soup and salad menu. The problem is that our irrigation system is in dire straights. Skateboarders damaged the sprinkler system in our garden. We have the basic irrigation system, but need to have the sprinklers repaired.

Ashley Rist – I would like to create a mobile green screen “kit” to provide our school with green screen technology. Green screens are used to super impose images into a background, and combined with additional pictures, animations, and media. The use of green screen tech is easy for teachers to use and teach the students to help them create engaging and fun 21st century technology for all elementary school students!

Paula Stow – With a Breakout EDU kit, I can turn my classroom into an academically-focused escape room and facilitate games where players use teamwork and critical thinking to solve a series of challenging puzzles in order to open the locked box.

Laura Grissom – The following information will be distributed to the class in some way (there is a printable document included in the file). It could be a PowerPoint slide. The purpose of the background story is to just to add a fun element. If you elect to, you could even decorate the room to correspond to the zombie theme. I’ve even thought about making a SAW like video or recording to add a sinister feel to the experience.

A former AP student, who is disgruntled from having received a 2 on the English Language and Composition Test in 2012, has locked you all into the room you are now in and has released a virus into the ventilation system. (Here you could elect to trigger a fog machine if you have one). If you do not find the cure in approximately 50 mins (this of course can be altered depending on adding or subtracting steps), you will all turn into brain-dead, Brussel-sprout-eating zombies who will score no higher than a 1 on your upcoming test. Good luck.

Step One: Take the Gatsby AP test to obtain the combination to the key lock. (I shorted the original test (also include in the file) for time sake. Any test could work here.) I’ve assigned each answer a point value. I then used the added points to create a combination for my number lock (ordered from Amazon).

Step Two: Use the correct combination to unlock key (realtor) lock (somewhere in the room) in order to obtain the key.
You could of course use the key to anything in the room that locks.

Step Three: Use the key to unlock the locked cabinet/drawer that hides the combination to the locked tool box, which contains an encrypted message. The real combination is written with a black light marker and then masked by shaded pencil numbers. I’ve taped this clue to the bottom of my empty file cabinet drawer. The clue says “hides” and a black light flash light is in the drawer with the combination, but I’m allowing the students no other clues than that for this step.

Step Four: Use the combination (158) to unlock the tool box lock and decode a question. The answer to that question is the password to a computer file found on the classroom computer desktop. The question is written in WWI code (just the first letter of each word). You can use any combination lock/box combo.

Step Five: Locate the computer document and access it via the password discovered in Step Four. The computer document contains literary term questions. If you can successfully answer the questions using the blank spaces provided, the special spaces will reveal a word. This word is the password to the cure – its use will ensure success in getting a passing score on the AP exam. I placed a key icon shortcut directly on my laptop desktop and labeled with the word “zombie.”

Step Six: Use the antidotal word to unlock the word lock to obtain the cure. Please administer the cure to each student in the room to eradicate the virus and prevent it from spreading to your loved ones outside these walls. Again, good luck. The antidote could of course be anything, but I am electing to use candy.

Roseann Graff – I would like to purchase materials to create a weekly Creativity Lab in my classroom using STEM, STEAM, and Makerspace.

All of which received $250 Debbie Wilson Mini-Grants. Thank you for sharing your projects with us and making such a positive impact in the lives of youth in our community.

Four Craft Talks:

This month we had craft talks from Gene Hernandez, Chris Foster, Al McCombs and Rick Bui. Loved learning about the lives of these remarkable human beings. Want to know why Rotary is the best of the best? Look at these folks.

Chris Foster and Gene Hernandez from the Chino Rotary Club

Al McCombs Craft Talk

Rick Bui Chino Rotary Club Craft Talk

 

Arianna Fajardo and Big Brothers Big Sisters:

Arianna Fajardo joined Big Brothers Big Sisters during one of her first meetings attending the Chino Rotary Club. She’s now been a Big Sister for over a year and her Little Sister and her decided to create a video about their experience in Big Brothers Big Sisters so far. We’re so proud of Arianna for the impact she’s making through the Chino Rotary Club and Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Watch the video here –

Arianna Fajardo from the Chino Rotary Club and Big Brothers Big Sisters

CP Phan’s RYLA Video:

Lastly, CP Phan and Linda Perla attended RYLA in March and CP Phan created this amazing video for the event. Everyone in Rotary talks about how impactful the RYLA program is and CP decided to document it. Check out CP’s video here –

CP Phan video of RYLA for Chino Rotary Club

 

 

New Members, Taxes, Books, Leadership, Escape Room & Dinner & Auction Preparation

Zeb Welborn

The owner of Welborn Social Media and the founder of The Tutoring Solution.My goal is to help business owners share the passion they have for their business with as many potential customers as possible.By helping passionate people achieve their dreams I am helping to create a society of passionate leaders that will help inspire others to make their dreams a reality.

In January, the Chino Rotary Club:

  • inducted Regina & Eric Price from ReMax Champions
  • learned everything there is to know about taxes in 2018 from Jeff Werner
  • received 600 donated children’s books from Anne Kruse
  • attended the Rotary Leadership Institute
  • tried to escape from a room
  • prepared for the annual Chino Rotary Dinner & Auction

Induction of New Members

Congratulations to Regina & Eric Price on becoming Rotarians yesterday. Past District Governor Gene Hernandez presided over the installation of our newest members and Rick Bui sponsored them.

Regina & Eric have a passion for service and helping others. We are excited to have them join the Chino Rotary Club.

Induction of Regina Price and Eric Price to the Chino Rotary Club

 

Jeff Werner on Taxes

Chino Rotarian Jeff Werner shared everything there is to know about the new tax laws for 2018.

 

Children’s Books Donated by Anne Kruse

Rick Bui helped secure a donation of 600 children’s books from children’s author, Anne Kruse.

Anne Kruse Donates 600 Children's Books to Chino Rotary Club

Rotary Leadership Institute

Several members or our team attended the Rotary Leadership Institute in January. The District 5300 Rotary Leadership Institute trains new leaders in Rotary. Thank you to Linda Perla for getting involved in Rotary Leadership.

Linda Perla at District 5300 Rotary Leadership Institute

 

Chino Rotary Tries to Escape Room

In an effort to be more social and participate in team building exercises, the Chino Rotary Club visited an Escape Room in Pasadena. The people at the Escape Room were very impressed with our deductive skills and although we didn’t escape we had a lot of fun and got to connect with one another on a more personal level. Thank you for organizing this CP Phan.

 

Chino Rotary Club Visits Escape Room

 

Chino Rotary Dinner & Auction

Our Chino Rotary Dinner & Auction is only 17 days away. Please help us secure sponsorships, donations and attendees for our annual event.

Visit and share our Chino Rotary Dinner & Auction Eventbrite page – https://www.eventbrite.com/e/chino-rotary-dinner-and-auction-2017-tickets-42677068260?aff=eac2

2018 Chino Rotary Dinner & Auction Flyer

 

District 5300 Rotary International Peace Conference:

In November, I spoke at the District 5300 Rotary International Peace Conference at the Huntington Library to hundreds of Rotarians on The Impacts and Uses of Social Media on Peace Building.

During the talk I shared insights on:

  • How to Personally Use Social Media for Peace Building
  • 3 Tips to Promote Peace through Social Media
  • Social Media Success Stories from my Chino Rotary Club

Among other things.

If you have a chance to watch the video I’d love your feedback on the talk and the insights I shared on how impactful social media is in our world today.

Watch the video here – https://youtu.be/H5vSQsTU_CM

Zeb Welborn Speaking at District 5300 Rotary International Peace Conference

 

9 New Members, Blue Star Boxes & Steven’s Hope at Chino Rotary Club

Zeb Welborn

The owner of Welborn Social Media and the founder of The Tutoring Solution.My goal is to help business owners share the passion they have for their business with as many potential customers as possible.By helping passionate people achieve their dreams I am helping to create a society of passionate leaders that will help inspire others to make their dreams a reality.

The Chino Rotary Club accomplished a lot in November. We inducted nine new members, put together Blue Star Boxes for veterans, attended a Steven’s Hope Luncheon, hosted a Thanksgiving event for local service clubs and sponsored a play for students at Lyle S. Briggs Fundamental School.

9 New Members Added to Chino Rotary Club

On November 15, our club added nine new members sworn in by District Governor Raghada Khoury and Past District Governor Gene Hernandez. Our new members were:

Chino Rotary Club adds nine new members

Chino Rotary Club adds nine new members

  • Keith Malespin – Opus Bank Senior Relationship Banker
  • Anthony Verches – Owner of The ESV Group
  • Lea Fellows – Assistant Superintendent at Chino Valley Unified School District
  • Daniel Bozart – West Coast Regional Manager at Valbruna Stainless Inc
  • CP Phan – Business Director at Creative Squeeze
  • JV Cuasito – Real Estate Expert at Keller Williams Real Estate
  • Narvee Intarachote – Financial Advisor at Edward Jones
  • Linda Perla – Spanish Medical Interpreter at Certified Languages International
  • Ray Marquez – Chino Hills Councilman and Broker Associate at Advantage Real Estate

Blue Star Boxes Put Together by Chino Rotary Club

On November 8, the Chino Rotary Club got together to put together Blue Star Boxes for Veterans at the Chino Community Building.

Watch the video created by new member CP Phan about the Blue Star Boxes – https://www.facebook.com/ChinoRotaryClub/videos/10156631349213840/

Blue Star Boxes organized by Chino Rotary Club

Blue Star Boxes organized by Chino Rotary Club

Attended Steven’s Hope Luncheon

On November 2, several of our members visited the Steven’s Hope Luncheon. Steven’s Hope’s mission is:

To support the families of seriously ill or injured children

during  a child’s extended treatment and care.

Chino Rotary Club attends Steven's Hope Luncheon

Chino Rotary Club attends Steven’s Hope Luncheon

Thanksgiving

We celebrated Thanksgiving with the Rancho del Chino Rotary Club and the Chino Kiwani’s Club. You can see the brief video we created for the Thanksgiving Luncheon here – https://www.facebook.com/ChinoRotaryClub/videos/10156670465818840/

Thanksgiving Lunch at Chino Rotary Club

Thanksgiving Lunch at Chino Rotary Club

The Magic Treehouse Night at Dawn Kids Play at Lyle S. Briggs Fundamental School

Earlier this year we gave out $5,000 via the Debbie Wilson Teacher Mini-Grant program to 15 different teachers in the Chino Valley Unified School District. One of those teachers used the funds to help put on a play at Lyle S. Briggs Fundamental School called The Magical Treehouse Night at Dawn Kids.

Chino Rotarians Attend Zone Institute in Reno

President Zeb Welborn and Past District Governor Gene Hernandez were invited to the Zone Institute as a representative of District 5300. Zeb is helping the District with Public Relations and Gene is attending as a Past District Governor.

Zeb Welborn, Louise Hernandez and Gene Hernandez at the Zone Institute in Reno, NV.

Zeb Welborn, Louise Hernandez and Gene Hernandez at the Zone Institute in Reno, NV.

RIP Dave King, Isaiah’s Rock, Peace Conference, Business Expo and Big Brothers Big Sisters

Zeb Welborn

The owner of Welborn Social Media and the founder of The Tutoring Solution.My goal is to help business owners share the passion they have for their business with as many potential customers as possible.By helping passionate people achieve their dreams I am helping to create a society of passionate leaders that will help inspire others to make their dreams a reality.

RIP Chino Rotarian Dave King

October was a productive, yet sad month for the Chino Rotary Club. We lost member Dave King who passed away due to pancreatic cancer. The Chino Champion wrote a great article about the impact Dave and Charlene King have made on the Chino Community which I encourage you all to read here – http://www.championnewspapers.com/news/article_43cdcb28-b5cf-11e7-a8ce-c3d23fc8244c.html

Dave and Charlene King from Isaiah's Rock and the Chino Rotary Club

Chino Rotary Club Feeds Needy Families with Isaiah’s Rock

Our Rotary Club was fortunate enough to visit Dave, his family and Isaiah’s Rock one last time before he passed and donated $2,000 to the organization. Our club worked at Isaiah’s Rock on Wednesday, Oct. 11 to provide food for needy families in the Chino Valley. It’s amazing how many lives Dave and Charlene King have impacted because of their kind and giving hearts.

You can watch this video of us helping needy families with Isaiah’s Rock – https://youtu.be/xISNjIEI6Lw

Chino Rotary Club helps serve needy families with Isaiah's Rock

Chino Rotary Club Attends Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce Business Expo

Dale Bright, Lorraine Sacca and Melinda Robbins set up a booth at the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce Business Expo and met lots of new potential Rotarians.

Gene Hernandez Moderates and President Zeb Welborn Speaks at Rotary District 5300 Peace Conference

Zeb Welborn was chosen as one of the speakers at the District 5300 Peace Conference where he spoke on the Impact and Uses of Social Media on Peace Building – Read the speech Zeb Welborn gave at the Huntington Library here – http://welbornmedia.com/the-impacts-and-uses-of-social-media-on-peace-building/

Zeb Welborn's Speech on the Impact and Influence of Social Media on Peace Building at the Rotary District 5300 Peace Conference at the Huntington Library

Chino Rotary Club Supports Big Brothers Big Sisters

Big Brothers Big Sisters came to the Chino Rotary Club to share how they are helping make young peoples lives better by providing mentors to them. Chino Rotarian Chris Foster is on the Board of Directors for Big Brothers Big Sisters and Arianna Fajardo became a Big Sister last year when Big Brothers Big Sisters came to speak to our organization.

We gave $500 to help support Big Brothers Big Sisters on October 4 during our regular Chino Rotary Club meeting.

Chino Rotary Club Donates $500 to Big Brothers Big Sisters

Arianna Fajardo Wins Putting Contest and a Bottle of Chardonnay from Los Serranos Country Club and Kevin Sullivan

Our Meet & Greet was held at Los Serranos Country Club on October 25 where we held a putting contest, thanks to Kevin Sullivan, for a bottle of Chardonnay. Arianna’s putt was the closest and she took home the bottle for her efforts.

Congratulations Arianna!

Arianna Fajardo Wins Chino Rotary Club Putting Contest

 

Journalism, United Way and $14,400 Distributed at the Chino Rotary Club

Zeb Welborn

The owner of Welborn Social Media and the founder of The Tutoring Solution.My goal is to help business owners share the passion they have for their business with as many potential customers as possible.By helping passionate people achieve their dreams I am helping to create a society of passionate leaders that will help inspire others to make their dreams a reality.

August was another busy month for the Chino Rotary Club as we worked with the Inland Empire United Way and distributed $14,400 in checks to worthy charities. Melinda Robbins spoke about human trafficking and the Rotary International Convention. And Larry Welborn spoke about Why Journalism is Important.

On August 2, Larry Welborn, my father and hero, a retired journalist for the Orange County Register came to speak to the Chino Rotary Club about Why Journalism is Important.

Larry Welborn Speaking at the Chino Rotary Club about Why Journalism is Important

Larry Welborn Speaking at the Chino Rotary Club

My Dad discussed the main four reasons journalism is important. Those reasons are:

  • to stand up for those who can’t stand up for themselves
  • to bring out the truth
  • to make your readers care
  • to make a difference

On August 16, the Chino Rotary Club visited the Inland Empire United Way to take a tour of their facilities. The United Way does a lot for our local community including manning the 211 call center and collecting food and clothing for needy families.

Several Rotarians stuck around to write cards for terminally ill children to help brighten their day.

We shot this video to document our visit: Chino Rotary Club Visits the Inland Empire United Way.

Chino Rotary Club Visits Inland Empire United Way

Chino Rotary Club Visits Inland Empire United Way

On August 23, Melinda Robbins shared her experience at the Rotary International Convention in Atlanta, GA where they focused on one of the biggest issues facing our world today, human trafficking.

And on August 30, we distributed $14,400 to five different local charities: Boys Republic, the Chino Rotary Club, Love Them All Foundation, Priceless Pet Rescue and The Let It Be Foundation.

The Southern California Charity Golf Classic Raised $14,400 for Local Charities

The Southern California Charity Golf Classic Raised $14,400 for Local Charities

Want to get involved in the Chino Rotary Club? Email Chino Rotary President Zeb Welborn at Zeb@WelbornMedia.com

Charity Golf Tournament, Softball Tournament, District Governor Visit at the Chino Rotary Club

Zeb Welborn

The owner of Welborn Social Media and the founder of The Tutoring Solution.My goal is to help business owners share the passion they have for their business with as many potential customers as possible.By helping passionate people achieve their dreams I am helping to create a society of passionate leaders that will help inspire others to make their dreams a reality.

The new Rotary term started July 1 and we got to work right away serving our community. In July, we:

  • Donated $500 to the Love Them All Foundation and played in their Annual Softball Tournament
  • Met with District Governor Raghada Khoury and other local Rotary Clubs at Chino Concerts in the Park
  • Raised $14,401.87 at the Southern California Charity Golf Classic for Boys Republic, the Chino Rotary Club, the Love Them All Foundation, Priceless Pet Rescue and The Let It Be Foundation.

The Love Them All Foundation Softball Tournament helps raise funds to benefit children and adults with disabilities to play organized sports and participate in social activities.

Watch the Chino Rotary Club video from the event – https://youtu.be/SF6T6T8Swog

Chino Rotary Club at the Love Them All Foundation Softball Tournament - Jeff Werner, Rick Bui, Anthony Verches

Rotarian Jeff Werner gives $500 to the Love Them All Foundation on behalf of the Chino Rotary Club

Raghada Khoury visited the Chino Rotary Club along with other Rotary Clubs at Chino Concerts in the Park. It was great getting together with fellow Rotarians to learn about each others clubs and create opportunities for us to collaborate with one another.

Zeb Welborn, Matt Ballantyne, Raghada Khoury District 5300 Governor, Raghada Khoury with local Rotary Club Presidents at Chino Concerts in the Park

District 5300 Governor, Raghada Khoury with local Rotary Club Presidents at Chino Concerts in the Park

We also raised $14,401.87 at the 3rd Annual Southern California Charity Golf Classic held at Los Serranos Country Club. Rotarians Zeb Welborn, Rick Bui and future Rotarian, Anthony Verches organized the golf tournament.

Organizers of the 3rd Annual Southern California Charity Golf Classic at Los Serranos Country Club - Anthony Verches, Ron Capps, Jan Edwards, Zeb Welborn, Lynnette Brown, Karon Mulligan

Organizers of the 3rd Annual Southern California Charity Golf Classic at Los Serranos Country Club

It’s been a productive first month for the Chino Rotary Club and we hope to keep that momentum going for months to come.

Please remember to bring a guest at every Chino Rotary Club meeting.

Thank you all for everything!

Zeb

Rotarians Melinda Robbins and Lorraine Sacca at Chino Concerts in the Park

Rotarians Lorraine Sacca and Melinda Robbins at Chino Concerts in the Park

Make a Difference with the Chino Rotary Club

Zeb Welborn

The owner of Welborn Social Media and the founder of The Tutoring Solution.My goal is to help business owners share the passion they have for their business with as many potential customers as possible.By helping passionate people achieve their dreams I am helping to create a society of passionate leaders that will help inspire others to make their dreams a reality.

Making a Difference with the Chino Rotary Club

This year our Rotary Theme is Making a Difference.

When I first got started in business about six years ago, I attended a Millionaire Mind Seminar in Phoenix with my sister and business partner Lacey. During these seminars they do a bunch of rah-rah stuff to help get you out of your comfort zone and one of the assignments they gave us was to write a song that embodied who we are.

I remember my song went something like this: “I want to make a difference. I want to make the world a better place. I want to make a difference…” And after I did my little performance to my small group including my sister I remember her saying something like, “Ahh, I get it now.” In that moment, I felt she understood me. So, for me, it’s fitting that this year’s theme is Making a Difference because it defines who I am and the impact I want to have on our community.

Installation of Zeb Welborn as Chino Rotary Club President for 2017/2018

As I was preparing for this year I invited a guest to every Rotary meeting I attended and with every guest and every member here, I asked the same four questions.

  • What do you like about the Chino Rotary Club?
  • What don’t you like about the Chino Rotary Club?
  • How can the Chino Rotary Club help you?
  • How can you help the Chino Rotary Club?

Why Become a Rotarian?

Today, I want to ask you one question – Why?

  • If you are a current Chino Rotary member tell me why you are a Rotarian in the comments below.
  • If you ever thought about becoming a Rotarian, tell me why you would consider becoming a Rotarian in the comments below.

As you’re thinking about it, I want to tell you why I joined the Chino Rotary Club.

There are multiple reasons I became a Rotarian. The biggest reason was being asked repeatedly by Dale Bright, owner of Dale Bright’s Auto to join. But, internally, I signed up because I knew I could better serve my community with others than I could alone.

I wanted to give back, but more importantly, I wanted to experience giving back in different ways to serve my community.

And, I wanted to be moved. I wanted to participate in Rotary moments that moved me, inspired me and let me know I was making a difference.

#1 Goal for 2017/2018 is to Increase Membership

In speaking with all of our members and prospective members, I created one goal for my Rotary Presidency in 2017 and that is to more than double our membership from 17 to at least 34 members.

To do this, I’ve asked our club to focus on a few things:

  1. bring a guest to every meeting
  2. attendance matters
  3. make our Wednesday meetings more friendly
  4. do community service
  5. connect more with each other

Continue the Chino Rotary Club Legacy

The Chino Rotary Club has a rich history in serving the Chino Valley area and I want to continue those efforts, but our club has declined in membership from close to 100 members at its peak to 17 today. Our lack of membership has limited our impact on our community and has put the Chino Rotary Club in danger of failing.

An increase in membership solves current problems facing our club and gives us the opportunity to make a difference in our community.

Entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk recently said, “Money doesn’t mean anything to me. I want legacy, influence, and impact.”

This statement embodies my personal philosophy on life and why I wanted to become the Chino Rotary President for 2017/2018.

I want to make a difference. I hope you do too.

Will you join me?

Installation of the Board of Directors at the Chino Rotary Club

Zeb Welborn to be Installed as 2017/2018 Chino Rotary Club President

Zeb Welborn

The owner of Welborn Social Media and the founder of The Tutoring Solution.My goal is to help business owners share the passion they have for their business with as many potential customers as possible.By helping passionate people achieve their dreams I am helping to create a society of passionate leaders that will help inspire others to make their dreams a reality.

Zeb to Become Chino Rotary President for 2017/2018.

The Installation of the New Board and Debunking of Melinda Robbins will take place on Wednesday, June 28 from 6pm to 8pm at Los Serranos Country Club.

Zeb Welborn is the Chino Rotary Club President for 2017/2018

Zeb Welborn – 2017/2018 Chino Rotary Club President

The Chino Rotary Club has committed millions of dollars to help the Chino Valley area since it was founded more than 90 years ago.

Will you join me on June 28 at Los Serranos Country Club for the Debunking of Melinda Robbins and my installation as President of the Chino Rotary Club?

The cost is $30 and will include dinner.

Let me know by emailing me at Zeb@WelbornMedia.com.

Thanks!

Zeb