Speaker Date Topic
Escott Norton Sep 22, 2017
Los Angeles Historic Theatres

"Escott O. Norton is the founding director of the Friends of the Rialto, a non-profit advocacy group working for 33 years to protect and restore the historic Rialto Theatre.  Escott is also Executive Director of the Los Angeles Historic Theatre Foundation,  a nationally renowned non-profit that has landmarked and protected dozens of historic theatres across L.A. County.  Escott grew up in the theatre business, and spent two decades as a production designer in the film industry. He is a 4th generation custom home designer/builder,  specializing in restoration, remodels and additions to historic and “character” buildings." 

April Kelcy Sep 29, 2017
Earthquake Preparedness

April Kelcy is an award-winning emergency management consultant and founder of Earthquake Solutions. 

The majority of earthquake injuries, and also a great percentage of the financial losses, are actually preventable.  Some of the most effective mitigation strategies are also one-time, relatively low-cost projects that may increase your home’s value and possibly even qualify for grant funding.  Come and hear the latest updates on our region’s earthquake risks, and simple ways we can all work together to save lives and our region’s economic future.

She helps clients to achieve intelligent and practical preparation for major disasters.  Her first and foremost concern is protecting life safety throughout all phases of a crisis, and then positioning people and businesses to get back to normal at the earliest possible time. With over three decades of advocacy in this field, April’s work has resulted in actual saveing of lives, businesses and homes in past disasters.

April is also a consultant and statewide leader to the Earthquake Country Alliance and Great ShakeOut project, which last year had over 55 million participants globally.  In this role she develops and delivers workshops specifically to improve the knowledge and capabilities of emergency managers in government agencies and disaster organizations such as FEMA, the Federal Executive Board, California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services, LAPD Crisis Team, American Red Cross and more.

 

Dark Oct 06, 2017
Firefighters Luncheon
Offical District Governors Visit. Oct 13, 2017
Club Member Oct 20, 2017
Craft Talk/Vocational Faire
Andra Watkins Oct 27, 2017
“I Walked 444 Miles to Make a Memory.”
“I Walked 444 Miles to Make a Memory.”

New York Times best selling author Andra Watkins lives in Charleston, South Carolina with her husband, Michael T Maher.

A non-practicing CPA, she has a degree in accounting from Francis Marion University.  She’s still mad at her mother for refusing to let her major in musical theater, because her mom was convinced she’d end up starring in porn films.

She’s the author of four books and counting.  Her acclaimed first novel To Live Forever: An Afterlife Journey of Meriwether Lewis was published by Word
Hermit Press on March 1, 2014.

Not Without My Father: One Woman’s 444-Mile Walk of the Natchez Trace is a memoir about her dysfunctional family adventure; it is a National Book Award nominee and a New York Times best seller.

Natchez Trace: Tracks in Time is a book of photography, shot during her 15-mile daily hikes on her 444-mile Natchez Trace walk.

Hard to Die is Andra’s latest novel. It’s an afterlife story of Theodosia Burr Alston, tragic daughter of Aaron Burr and subject of the song “Dear Theodosia” from the Tony-award-winning smash Hamilton: An American Musical. Available everywhere November 1, 2016.
Andra is a highly decorated Rotarian. She is a past club president, past district communications chair, founding chair of Rotary Friendship Exchange, two-time Rotarian of the Year, multiple Paul Harris Fellow, and recipient of her district’s Distinguished Service Award. She knows how to craft an appearance at any civic club.

Andra is a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution. She loves to talk history with her fellow daughters around the world.

 

Amy Atthajaroon Nov 03, 2017
The Wine Industry

Many of us know Amy as she was the wine director at Red Carpet for many years up until they closed. As the Wine Specialist at Mission Liquor, she is the go to person for wine lovers, purveyors of good taste, and much more. Join her as she talks about the industry, what is driving the market, and the differences in trends and the demograhics of the population she serves.

Club Member Nov 10, 2017
Craft Talk
Salvation Army Kettle Kick Off (Temp.) Nov 17, 2017
Dark Nov 24, 2017
Charismatics Caroling Dec 01, 2017
Holiday program
Club Member Dec 08, 2017
Craft Talk
Steve Zurn Dec 15, 2017
Glendale Water and Power

Join Steve Zurn, Glendale's director of Water and Power as he discusses the department and the operations of our city.

Meeting moved to Holiday Party Dec 22, 2017
Dark Dec 29, 2017
Happy Holidays
Nina Crowe Jan 05, 2018
Club Assmebly
Club Member Jan 12, 2018
Craft Talk
Patrick Shahnazarian Jan 19, 2018
Solar Energy Systems for the home.

Professor Patrick Shahnazarian teaches the solar classes at Glendale Community College.  He took a class to the college’s Baja, Mexico field studies station where they installed solar panels.  He is the college’s electrician and a licensed contractor.

Open Jan 26, 2018
Open
Brent Gardner, GM Glendale Galleria Feb 02, 2018
Future of the Shopping Mall in the Internet Economy
Club Member Feb 09, 2018
Craft Talk
Open Feb 16, 2018
Open
Joanna Linkchorst Feb 23, 2018
Rockhaven Update

For more information please go to -- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rockhaven_Sanitarium_Historic_District

Open Mar 02, 2018
Open
Club Member Mar 09, 2018
Craft Talk