the weekly newsletter of the 
San Antonio Northeast Rotary Club
The Nor'easter for October 2, 2018

Our guest speaker on Tuesday, April 9th was 
Chris Wilcut, Climate Program Manager for 
the City of San Antonio.  His main focus is working with 
Chief Sustainability Officer Douglas Melnick and the rest of the Sustainability team to develop, adopt, and implement the 
City's Climate Action and Adaptation Plan (CAAP).  
The CAAP is a framework designed to guide San Antonio in reducing its local impacts and adapting to a changing climate.  After his very informative presentation, Chris received a 
Speaker's Certificate of Appreciation 
from club president Patsy Esterline.
Carlos Martinez spoke to us on Tuesday, 
April 16th about the Texas Cavaliers organization and the upcoming River Parade. Club president Patsy Esterline posed for a photo with Carlos Martinez after his presentation. Carlos passed out some special Texas Cavaliers Fiesta Medals.
Our meeting on Tuesday, April 23rd was held at 
La Fonda Alamo Heights. Thanks to the folks at 
La Fonda for making us feel very welcome. Our guest speakers were Mary Tisdale and 
Vivian Graham from Sarah’s Heart. Mary’s vision in creating Sarah’s Heart was to increase support to San Antonio area families and individuals experiencing loss through miscarriage, stillbirth and early infant death. After their very moving presentation, club president Patsy Esterline presented both ladies a speaker’s certificate of appreciation, a copy of The Rotarian magazine 
and a Rotary pen.
Our guest speaker on Tuesday, April 30th was 
Sharon Walker-Atchison, Director of Development for The Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. Sharon showed us a very informative and interest video and a PowerPoint presentation on everything going on at The Tobin. After her presentation, club president Patsy Esterline presented Sharon with a Speaker’s Certificate of Appreciation.
Our speaker on Tuesday, May 7th was Mike Farino, 
member of the Residents’ High Flight Center Committee at Blue Skies of Texas West.  The residents’ High Flight Center Committee is carrying the Air Force Village legacy forward with the addition of the High Flight Center, a facility that is much needed.  The new center will be a central hub for all residents to share and celebrate life through worship services, arts and cultural events, community meetings and residential functions.  After his very informative presentation, Mike received a Speaker's Certificate of Appreciation, a copy of The Rotarian magazine and a Rotary pen from 
club president Patsy Esterline.