26 September 2016 — Dance To Save More Children


Effective July 1, 2016, by new Rotary International rule, Clubs must meet a minimum of twice each month, regardless of format (in person or online) or date/time. Accordingly, our Club has adopted a policy of two meetings per month, on a mid-month Monday at noon and the usual Fourth Sunday in-person meeting. If time and topic call for additional online Programs, we will be pleased to provide them.


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23 — 12:30pm to 2:00 pmOur FOURTH SUNDAY meeting for October! LOCATION: Denny’s Sherman Oaks, corner of Burbank and Sepulveda Boulevards, our first time in the newly-renovated location. Speaker TBA.













On Saturday evening, September 24, the Club hosted its Seventh Annual Dance for the Children, in support of the worldwide efforts of Rotary Clubs to eradicate polio forever.

With some donations to The Rotary Foundation still coming in, this year’s event has brought the lifetime total to nearly 95,000 children vaccinated.

For more information about these collective efforts, please visit the End Polio website; have patience, please, the website is a bit clunky, it appears catered to teenagers with its huge panels and gigantic lettering, and it is often slow to load…but once you get in, you will find comprehensive information about the disease, the history, the efforts, and the progress.


Here are some scenes from the event:


If the embedded video does not work, please click here to view it on YouTube.



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7 responses to 26 September 2016 — Dance To Save More Children

  1. Love this. Wish I didn’t have deal with lower back issues that night.

  2. Fabulous video, Mel. Thanks, everyone who sponsored and/or participated!

  3. It was a fun evening!

  4. Thank you for sharing this. As you know, I was hip deep in supporting my son’s team for LACHSA’s 64 Hour Film Festival, and didn’t get out until well after midnight. So it’s nice to be able to view some of these highlights. It’s clear that I missed a wonderful time.

  5. Fabulous evening and even more fabulous results!! We’re “thisclose” to eradicating polio!!

  6. Great event, fabulous dancers, and wonderful cause. Thanks for the video! (and you are dancing next year…)

  7. Great video, Mel. Thanks to everyone who worked hard to put on the event.

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