Speaker Date Topic
Mary Jadloski, CFISD Feb 25, 2019
Foundation High School Program

Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum, CFISD

Bill Pako Mar 11, 2019
Books For The World

https://www.rotarybooksfortheworld.org/

Mike Toy, Motivational Speaker Mar 25, 2019
Why We Get Tricked
Why We Get Tricked

Contact:   info@miketoylive.com      415-488-6453

Methods and techniques you can use to be more persuasive and entertaining with everyone you meet.

Author of "Secrets to Performing at Your Best"

Mike Toy was born and raised in San Francisco. He has been working as a comedy magician for the last 10 years. In 2015, he was named “San Francisco Entertainer of the Year”. Mike has been featured on ABC, NBC, NBC, and FOX. One of his highlights happened last year when The White House flew him into Washington DC to speak. He will present his talk “Why We Get Tricked”.

 

 

Introduction (Whoever is introducing me that day can read the below)

Our speaker today was born and raised in San Francisco. He has been working as a comedy magician for the last 10 years. In 2015, he was named “San Francisco Entertainer of the Year”. He has been featured on ABC, NBC, NBC, and FOX. One of his highlights happened last year when The White House flew him into Washington DC to speak. This presentation you’re about to hear is called “Why We Get Tricked”. After which he’d be happy to take questions. Please put your hands together for Mike Toy! 

 

Emil Haddad, VP, EIC Surveying (tentative) Apr 08, 2019
Surveying and Design

VP - Everything in Christ (EIC) Surveying

Contact:    eic@eicsurveying.com                281-955-2700

Explanation and background of title surveys, ALTA surveys, boundary surveys, construction layout, topographic services, platting services, elevation certificates, subdivision design, and subdivision layout.

Cy-Fair ISD Apr 22, 2019
The upcoming Cy-Fair ISD Bond Election that will be held on May 4th.
Club Assembly May 13, 2019
Club Assembly
No Meeting May 27, 2019
Memorial Day - no speaker
Joy Columbus, VP-Horticulture Jun 24, 2019
Development of Houston Botanic Garden

The Houston Botanic Garden (HBG) is excited to announce Joy (Kaminsky) Columbus as Vice President of Horticulture. Joy will lead the effort to articulate and develop the Houston Botanic Garden’s horticultural program, build our horticulture team, and oversee plant conservation and landscape management.

Joy previously served as the director of horticulture at Cantigny Park in Wheaton, Illinois. She successfully initiated and coordinated the development of a multi-phase $35 million campus revitalization plan, Project New Leaf. The project consisted of 500 acres, and included renovations to the historic garden framework and development of new garden attractions.

Additionally, Joy has previous experience working with the New York State Office of Parks and Cleveland Botanical Garden, and served as a research assistant at Miami University of Ohio. Joy received her Master of Science in biology from John Carroll University. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts in botany with an environmental emphasis and a minor in horticulture.

Joy will be working with the Houston Botanic Garden’s local, state and national partnerships to build unique plant collections and create awe inspiring gardens that will delight and inspire visitors.