30 July 2012 — Joan Pelico, “City of Los Angeles Issues” (live on 29 July)


The new era in our E-Club begins! We will continue the weekly content online as an E-Club, but we also now meet twice each month in person. With great thanks to the Rotary CLub of North Hollywood for allowing us to borrow their Rotary Bell overnight, we enjoyed our first meeting in the new format on Sunday, 30 July.

Thank you to our District Governor Elect, Jim Dyer, for taking the time to visit!

For most meeting weeks, the online content will be a video of the live guest speaker from the meeting. This means that in the second week of the month, when we meet on Monday evening, the online program will be posted on Tuesday instead of on Monday.

Now the Drive for Twenty-Five, when we Barter for a Charter…begins in earnest.










Our guest speaker this week is the incomparable Joan Pelico, District Director for Los Angeles City Councilmember Paul Koretz, Council District 5. Joan has a diverse background, which she brings to constituent care as she helps navigate the maze of City services.

Her reputation has created a nickname: “One-Call Joan.” If there’s a problem, she will usually find the solution with one phone call to the right person.

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


3 responses to 30 July 2012 — Joan Pelico, “City of Los Angeles Issues” (live on 29 July)

  1. I truly enjoyed meeting Joan and learning about all the services she provides in her community, on the job and off the job! She exemplifies “service above self.”

  2. Sunday meeting was a great one! It was wonderful to see everyone there, including Raul @ Denny’s who KNOWS the drill so well!! Joan was as sharp as she’s always been, giving us inspirations and wonderful encouragement to do better and serve more. Thank you, Joan!

    Also, welcome to Sara who added a comment right before me. Looking forward to working with you :)

  3. Great job on the video! It is always nice to have a record of guest speakers. Joan was quite generous with her time and I did learn a lot about how the City works.

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