For a mini-meeting, we sure did a lot today!
Stephanie Bell-Harbourne announced the Four Way Test Essay Contest results will be presented April 9.  If you are interested in joining the committee to read the submissions, please contact Stephanie at  
Jeanne and PE Ray Taylor attended Midterms last weekend.  Ray will update us next week.
We had our chance to sing to PP Homer Caston in honor of his birthday.
Brian Hynes updated us on the latest artists booked for this year's OakHeart Country Music Festival on June 14.
Dolores Randell led both the Flag salute and the song today.
Homer Dickerson Youth Ethics Conference is scheduled for March 6 at CLU.
The sign-up sheet went around for February and March Meals-on-Wheels deliveries.  Please contact Audrey Oland for available dates.
New RI President announced the theme for his year: Light Up Rotary.  Facebook postings indicate our DG has a sense of humor, suggesting, instead, "Lighten up, Rotary"
Sign ups went around for helpers for upcoming meetings.  Positions include: Set up, Flag Salute, Song Leader, Inspirational Moment, and Clean up.  Not surprisingly, the role of Flag Salute seems to fill up the fastest..... :(
Today's Street Festival meeting had to be postponed due to illness of Chairperson Charles Bloomquist.  Charles will notify us of the next meeting date, time, and location.
Our friend and neighbor club, Westlake Village Sunrise, is having an event at which they are planning to award nearly 100 Paul Harris Fellows, and thus securing their status as a 100% Paul Harris club.  Congratulations!
Dapper Spar's father is currently hospitalized, and we sent our best wishes to the Spar family.
Rotary International got 3,368,099 airline miles from the United Airline 10 Million Charity Miles Giveaway.
Rotarian Terry Caster and his wife Barbara announced a $1.1 million gift to Rotary to help eradicate polio.  This gift will be matched 2:1 by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, resulting in $3.3 million in new funding for the Global Polio Eradication Initiative.