An Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery at UCSF/East Bay Surgery – retired from the East Bay Residency Program where he worked at the county hospital as a Surgical Oncologist. He worked with Kaiser for 22 years and specialized in Breast Cancer and Melanoma. His current research includes Cervical Cancer screening.
Dr. Richard Godfrey
LifeMoves is the largest provider of interim housing and services for homelessness in Silicon Valley. With 26 shelter and service sites from Daly City to San José (their two newest sites are Mountain View and Half Moon Bay), LifeMoves gives our neighbors experiencing homelessness a temporary place to call home while providing intensive, customized case management through both site-based programs and community outreach.
Lindsay Carpenter, a Rotarian from our neighboring Los Altos Rotary Club. Lindsay was on the team that put together the highly successful Bears of Los Altos project last year. Carol Dabb, Roy Lave and Stan Scardino were the members in charge of the Bear Project, which took inspiration from the Chicago Cow Parade some 20 years ago, a public art exhibit that displayed painted cows around some of the world’s biggest cities and was adapted to express California pride.
Dark in honor of President’s Day.
Author Paul Regan takes us down the winding, wild road of bringing down legendary playboy Howard Hughes.
We’ll hear from Peter Hasenkamp, Lucid’s Vice President of Supply Chain and Joann Jung, Design Director, interior design at LUCID Motors.
Elton is a retired VC and tech exec. Today, he writes and produces two affirming podcasts on the Bible, homosexuality and the LGBTQIA+ community. Previously, he spent 7 years as discussion leader with Bible Study Fellowship.
The time has come to start up our 2nd Friday Events. The next event will be March 11 at 6pm at the Schoelerman House. Wine and Champaign will be provided. Should you like to have beer or snacks, please bring them along with enough to share.