Rotary Club of Southwest Eureka

 
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P.O. Box 6054, Eureka, CA 95502
 
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Southwest Eureka

Service Above Self

We meet Fridays at 12:00 PM
The Lodge
445 Herrick Ave.,
Eureka, CA  95503
United States
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Members of the Interact Club of Zoe Barnum High School, faculty members, and members of the Rotary Club of Southwest Eureka gathered at the Manila dunes on Samoa beach last week for the Interact Club's tenth annual Beach Clean-up Day.  Students, faculty and Rotarians enjoyed a post-cleanup barbecue after removing debris from the beach. The Interact Club, sponsored by the Rotary Club of Southwest Eureka, meets twice each month to plan and launch projects to improve their community and their school and to enhance their leadership skills.  Eleven Interacters participated in this year’s beach project.  Over half of the students attending Zoe Barnum High School—more than forty—have participated in Interact projects this year.  Pictured, left to right:  Interact Club-Zoe Barnum High School Coordinator Michelle Mayo, Rotarian Kristin Blair, Zoe Barnum High School Vice Principal Omar Khaattab; center, back row:  Rotarian Marty Lay; far right:  Rotarian Eddie Morgan;  eleven members of the Interact Club.  Not pictured:  Rotarians Greg Hufford, Tyrone Champ, Heather Blair
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
President of the Rotary Club of Southwest Eureka Melinda Ciarabellini (left) welcomed members of the Rotary Friendship Exchange program to Friday’s club meeting.  The visitors to Rotary District 5130, which consists of of 47 Rotary clubs in communities stretching from Crescent City to Santa Rosa, are members of Rotary District 3060 which represents part of the states of Gujarat and Maharashtra in Western India. The Indian Rotarians, whose visit was facilitated by Area Exchange Coordinator John Ayers, Donna Ayers and District Governor Erin Dunn, were house guests of Southwest Eureka Rotary families.  They introduced themselves and their spouses to members of Southwest Eureka Rotary and discussed the projects and culture of their home clubs and district. Their district is comprised of 96 clubs and more than 4000 Rotarians. Gujarat is the home land of Mahatma Ghandi and has “the most peaceful and friendly communities in the world” according to one visiting Rotarian. The Gujarat and Maharashtra Rotarians represent a variety of professions—construction, dentistry, pathology, chemical engineering, government administration, business—and all are or were presidents or officers of their home clubs.  They are pictured holding Rotary Club of Southwest Eureka mugs, one of several gifts presented to them during their visit.
 
 
 
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The black-legged tick, as insects go, is not especially formidable-looking.  As an adult, it is the size of a sesame seed with its eight legs extending from a dark body and a back dominated by a reddish-brown oval that merges with its head.  It doesn't jump or fly.  It's lazy but opportunistic, waiting in grasses and shrubs for a potential host to walk by.  When that host passes, brushing the foliage, the tick reaches up with its front legs, attaches itself to its unwary host and, in a process that can take as little as ten minutes or as long as two hours, moves into position to bite. 
 
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