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Members from Six Interact Clubs Joined our Feb 21, 2019 Meeting

 
15 Interactors, representing our six sponsored Interact Clubs as well as Interact District 5170 visited our club meeting on Feb 21, 2019.
Many of the 12 Interactors who had just completed attending PWR (President's Winter Retreat) were among those who shared their club's goals and accomplishments.
Our club was able fund $960 which was half of the fee for each of the 12 PWR attendees. It's a worthy investment in the future leaders of Interact.
 
We were also joined by our South Korean Youth Exchange Student Kyungmin Min who is attending Lincoln High School. He reports that,
since English is a second language, the classes are challenging and his favorite one is PE where he most enjoys playing soccer!
It was great that he got to be with so many other students his age and to learn about Interact.
 
 

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“For the first time in its 52-year history the Rotary Club of San Jose East/Evergreen is focused on creating an annual self-driving race car (SDRC) competition for high school students.

Championed by president-elect Harbinder Sikka, our club brought cutting-edge autonomous vehicle high technology to students in the East Side Union High School District (ESUHSD). The majority of ESUHSD students belong to an economically disadvantaged family and represent demographics under-represented in the technology workforce. This initiative will provide exposure to career options in high technology. Students will utilize this new technology in a fun and engaging manner through a self-driving race car competition.
 
Our club, with funding assistance from the San Jose East Endowment Fund, donated six SDRC kits to Silver Creek High School. Through the diligent efforts of Harbinder Sikka and our past president, Nick Leon and Silver Creek High School adviser Mr. Imani Butler, the Silver Creek SDRC club had 24 students sign-up within the first two weeks. The club meets every Wednesday from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. President-Elect Harbinder Sikka will be meeting with Mount Pleasant High School’s club advisers to set up a second club next week.”
 
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Offsite - Auction Item Preparation
Mar 21, 2019 12:15 PM
Marisa Otto's house - bring items and something for lunch
MeetUp! - Round Table Pizza - White/Aborn
Mar 28, 2019 6:00 PM
No Host Social - Community Outreach - Bring family/friends!
Ms. Susan Mineta
Apr 04, 2019 1:00 PM
Update on a proposed 13 acre neighborhood commercial development
MeetUp!
Apr 25, 2019 6:00 PM
 
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