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From Our Public Relations Department


East Palo Alto Bayshore Rotary Club at the YMCA 2/26/14

DSBE's Director of Public Relations arrived an hour late to yesterday's Rotary Club meeting at the YMCA, which had begun at 7:00 p.m..
Luckily, he arrived in time to listen to the speaker, a former resident of East Palo Alto who lived in a house on Donohoe Street in 1963, talk about Rotary International's efforts to eradicate polio in Nigeria.  The speaker was also a former District Governor for our Rotary district.
Rotary International, along with the World Health Organization, the Center for Disease Control, UNICEF, and increasingly the Gates Foundation, has been committed to the global eradication of polio.

Goals for 2014

Tiger in Grace Cathedral, Chinese New Year's, 2013
Image (c) 2013 Grace Cathedral
DSBE's immediate goals for the coming year include getting its affairs in order with the Internal Revenue Service, the Franchise Tax Board, the Secretary of State, and the Board of Equalization.  It's license with the City of East Palo Alto is already in the process of being renewed.
Besides the required paperwork, this will require additional capital.  The primary sources for this shall be income from its

East Palo Alto Bayshore Rotary Club

While it is not yet in budget for DSBE to be represented by one of its officers at the East Palo Alto Bayshore Rotary Club as a paid member, DSBE's President & CEo has been a welcomed guest and has begun efforts to recruit other businesspeople in the East Palo Alto community to join the club.
So far, he has brokered an introduction to help bring Hector Cornelio, one of the owner/operators of La Estrellita Market into the Rotary club. He has a short list of additional targets he won't publically disclose.