Posted on Mar 10, 2020
   March is a very busy month for our Rotary club. We are "all hands on deck" preparing for Malt Madness 2020 coming up on 3/27. There are many shifts that need volunteers. CLICK HERE to view our work schedule and please contact Dean if you are able to sign up for a shift. We are still looking for additional sponsors, vendors and donations for silent auction. If you have any leads, please have them check out our Malt Madness event page for more information and to download forms. If anyone wants to buy tickets online, please direct them to our page on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/malt-madness-2020-tickets-90683014337.
 Coming up we also have Mayor's Good Friday breakfast on April 10th. Tickets are available and we need help getting the word out and selling tickets. If anyone needs tickets, please contact Gilda. She is also looking for event sponsors. Please let Gilda know if you have any leads or have any interest in sponsoring a table. 
  We will be selling tickets for both events at the farmers market in El Segundo over the next three weeks. We need assistance in manning the booth and with setup and removal. We would appreciate any help we can get! Please let Carolyne know if you can help out. It's an opportunity to sell your own tickets and to help promote our club and share the workload. 
   Coming up this week is the State of the City on Wednesday March 11th. So far we have about 14 people from Rotary signed up to attend. We also have the District Breakfast on March 31st with 10 people signed up. The LAX Bob Hope USO meeting also has about 23 people signed up. Its always so awesome to see our Rotary club come together and represent at these different meetings and events! #weareproudrotarians
    Just a note on Coronavirus. Rotary International has posted a news article on its website in an effort to address the concerns we may have as Rotarians. They are closely monitoring the situation and will post any updates that are relevant to RI and its upcoming events. CLICK HERE to read the article.  Members are encouraged to follow health and safety protocols as listed in the CDC and WHO websites. If there are any questions or concerns please contact Eloise.