MURRIETA ROTARY, FIRE & RESCUE DEPARTMENT TEAM UP ON LIFE-SAVING PROGRAM
The Rotary Club of Murrieta presented the Murrieta Fire and Rescue Department with a $10,000 donation enabling it to purchase PulsePoint, a system capable of increasing the survival rate of sudden cardiac arrests in the City of Murrieta.
The check was presented following a presentation by Jennifer Antonucci, the Department’s EMS coordinator. Antonucci pointed out that “only 10% of patients survive a sudden cardiac arrest, and the goal of the partnership with Rotary is to improve on that 10%.”
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2019-2020 Murrieta Rotary Officers, Directors To Take Office
Jacqui Dobens took office July 1 to serve as President of the Rotary Club of Murrieta for the 2019/20 Rotary year, succeeding Jann Gentry.
A business communications strategist, Jacqui is a California native who has leveraged sales in multiple industries including technology, franchises, financial services, travel and more. She has been a member of the Murrieta Rotary Club since 2016. She is a graduate of the Rotary Leadership Institute.
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MURRIETA ROTARY ANNOUNCES FOUR-WAY TEST SPEECH CONTEST WINNERS
Murrieta Rotary’s Four-Way Test Speech Contest held at the Murrieta Valley Unified School District Headquarters, saw a repeat win by last year’s winner Olivia Chmiel. Olivia was a freshman at Great Oak High School when she won last year’s contest; this year she’s a sophmore and again a strong contender. Olivia competed in the Rotary District 5330 Four-Way Test contest on Saturday, April 27 and placed second.
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Three Local High Schoolers Win in Murrieta Rotary Music Contest
Three local-area high school students took top prizes in Murrieta Rotary Club’s annual music contest held on Tuesday evening, Feb. 12, at the Salvation Army Murrieta Community Center. Winners in the contest will move to Rotary District competitions this spring.
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Murrieta Rotary Honors Six With Vocational Service Awards
The Rotary Club of Murrieta awarded Vocational Service Awards to a City of Murrieta fire captain, a police dispatch supervisor, a Murrieta Valley Unified School District elementary teacher and three nurses during a luncheon, Monday, January 28. The annual awards luncheon was held at the Loma Linda University Medical Center Murrieta’s Professional Office Building and was attended by elected officials, community and business leaders.
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