Event Types
Brenda Cressey, RI Trustee
 Mar 03, 2017
Please contact Brett Morey 858-602-2532 if you would like to assist on the paint and beautification project at Nativity Prep Academy this Saturday, March 4th.  The Rotary Club of Del Mar is organizing the event so join Past District Governor, Marty Peters, Rotarians, Interact students from Cathedral Catholic, Torrey Pines and University City High School and have a blast!  NPA is committed to academic excellence providing tuition free education to Middle and High School students in San Diego.
Nativity Prep Academy
Address: 2755 55th St, San Diego, CA 92105
Date: Sat., March 4, 2017
Time: 8:30AM to 1:30PM
Details: Painting & beautification project indoors
View photos from our 2016 event at:
 Sat Mar 04, 2017 at 8:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Priscilla Lister
 Mar 10, 2017
Peter Chodzko
 Mar 17, 2017
Don't miss this opportunity to learn more about various Rotary programs in District 5340.  In fact, I encourage you to come and heckle our very own Brett Morey during his Youth Services presentation.  Also be sure to check our the LEAD/RYLA presentation and optional Grant Writing Seminar.  The District 5340 website has all the details as well as a link for registration.  Don't miss this great event!
University of San Diego
Joan Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice
Cost: $25 (free for Red Badgers)
7:45 AM – 8:40 AM - Registration & Continental Breakfast
8:45 AM – 9:00 AM - Welcome  
9:10 AM – 10:00 AM - Session 1
10:10 AM – 11:00 AM - Session 2
11:10 AM – 12:00 PM - Session 3
12:10 PM Grant Writing Seminar (Optional)
 Sat Mar 18, 2017 at 7:45 AM - 1:00 PM
Neal Griffin
 Mar 24, 2017

Patricia Márquez is Dean of the Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies at
the University of San Diego, the first stand-alone school of peace and
justice in the United States. The Kroc School prepares students from
various parts of the world, including countries affected by violent
conflict, in peacebuilding, human rights, conflict resolution and social
innovation. Since her arrival at USD in 2007, Dr. Márquez has
developed the Center for Peace and Commerce (CPC), the Social
Innovation Challenge and the USD Changemaker Hub. Previously, Dr.
Márquez was a professor and Dean at IESA, a School of Management
in Caracas, Venezuela. Her research centers on the intersection of
business and social value creation, with an emphasis on poverty
alleviation through market mechanisms.
Dr. Márquez has a BA from Bowdoin College, and received her MA and
PhD in socio-cultural anthropology from the University of California,

Patricia Marquez
 Mar 31, 2017
Okay, calling all hands on deck!  Sounds too Navy.  Over the hills and deep in the trenches...maybe too Army.  Okay let's blow this up!  Yes, that sounds like the Marine Corps.

Past President and Vietnam Veteran (U.S. Navy Seabee) Rick Clark needs all the troops to report in to duty and give our Marines a leg up.  That's right we will be meeting at the Braille Institute by 7:30AM to carpool up to Camp Talega.  Camp Talega is about as far North on base as you can go...basically up to South San Clemente.  It is important that all interested parties commit to this project by emailing Brett Morey at or Rick Clark at no later than March 15th so we can provide names to the Base Commander.
We will be painting, assembling new picnic tables, putting together the volleyball courts and assembling new weights just to name a few of the projects.  Call or text Brett Morey 858-602-2532 with any additional questions.  We are hoping to have as many Rotaractors help as possible as this project is 18 years age or over.  Sign-up online at:
1.- Need the sign-up list by March 15.  We will be sending the list to Camp Pendleton.
2.- Time and place to meet.  We will have a place in La Jolla (maybe Braille Institute) for everyone to meet at 7:30 AM, then will caravan up.  Some of us will go up earlier.
3.- Approximate time spent painting and assembling etc. ( for example: from 8:00 to 3:00PM) We will shoot for 8:00 - 3:30 PM finish.
4.- Do we need to bring “tools” if yes, such as a screwdrivers, allen wrench, socket wrench? We will have all tools, brushes, etc. on site.
5.- What is the clothes attire. (type of clothes, for example work boots, jeans and t-shirt, or are short pants allowed? Work clothes, most of the work will be painting. Shorts are fine, as long as you've got good looking legs!.
6.- Type of ID, to access the camp Make, model and color of car(s) that will be entering.  Drivers' licenses. Insurance and registration for each car.  Seat belts for each passenger.  We intend to have some small cards printed, identifying each car to the guard for the project.
7.- Recovery price for food & drinks? Or is it bring your own?  No charge for anything.  We will have some donuts and coffee in the morning and our community service committee is paying for pizza or Subways for lunch.
 Sat Apr 01, 2017 at 7:30 AM - 3:00 PM