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  • Rotary Rose Parade Float Committee - Construction Photographs
    as Visioning Committee Chair from 2010 2014 as Assistant Governor for Area 2 from 2010 2013 as District Trainer and on the echnology Committee Dan is currently a member of the Rotary Club of Smith Valley Gail is thrilled to be a participant in Rotary International s Working Together for Peace Float as District 5190 has been designated as a Peacebuilder District and has recently sponsored 2 Rotary Peace fellows Virus Club Nickname hails from Maine and graduated from the University of Chicago with a major in theatre drama and a minor in French Literature Gail spent the better part of 25 years consulting in Computer Security finishing her career with Capital One Upon retiring to Loyalton CA the hometown of her husband Dan they opened and ran the Blue Moon Bakery for 2 years Gail and Dan have been married since 1986 have 2 children 3 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews whom they are blessed to call family They are Paul Harris Fellows members of the Bequest Society and the Paul Harris Society of the Rotary Foundation Rotary District 5320 Orange County CA from Anaheim to Newport to San Clemente Kevin Padilla District Governor 2015 2016 Kevin became a Rotarian in 2003 when he joined the Rotary Club of Placentia and he served as the Club President in 2009 2010 Rotary Year At the district level Kevin has served as an Assistant Governor for 2010 2011 and 2011 2012 Chair of the Angels End Polio Now Game in 2012 and member of the RI District 5320 Charitable Foundation Board in 2011 2014 Kevin is a State Farm Insurance agent and his office is located in Placentia Kevin and his wife Lorraine have resided in Orange since 1991 They are both active with the Donate Life Run Walk that takes place the last weekend in April to raise awareness and educate people about organ and tissue donation DONATE LIFE also has a float in the Rose Parade Kevin enjoys woodworking and golf and he and Lorraine enjoy spending time with their dogs travelling skiing and winetasting Rotary District 5240 Ventura Santa Barbara San Luis Obispo Kern Counties Jim Bell DG District Governor 2015 2016 Now a member of the Rotary Club of Bakersfield Twilight Jim began his Rotary career as a member of the Rotary Club of Bakersfield Breakfast in 2004 Jim served as their 27th Club President in 2008 2009 That year his major club project was to charter an evening club in Bakersfield The Rotary Club of Bakersfield Twilight became a reality in May of 2009 when Jim other Rotarians and new Rotarians joined as Charter Members Jim became the club s Charter Secretary He has held key leadership positions in both Rotary clubs and both Foundations as well as many different District positions including receiving District Rotarian of the Year in 2011 2012 Jim holds a Bachelor s Degree in Telecommunications from Kent State University in Ohio having also attended Ohio State University in Columbus where he became a life long Buckeye He is a Master PRLS Graduate member of the Paul Harris Society Bequest Society and multiple Paul Harris Fellow A past member and President of the Kern County Broadcasters Association and Houston Tx Broadcasters Association Jim is also Immediate Past Chair of the Bakersfield Symphony Orchestra Board of Directors and Vice Chair of the Police Activities League an organization that provides after school programs to disadvantaged children Jim and his wife Donna reside in Bakersfield and share the hobbies of their ever present dogs reading travel and enjoying the many Rotarians that have enriched their lives and the many blessings of 40 years of marriage this August Scottie Ortiz is an honorary member of the Rotary Club of Santa Maria Breakfast as well as the Rotary Club of Morro Bay As the spouse of a District Governor she has had the opportunity to see Rotary beyond the Club and in many Countries She has visited well over 150 Clubs in at least 7 different Countries She participated with Rotarians in Nigeria for a National Immunization project to eradicate polio and in Sri Lanka for initiating a project that supported pre school education for teachers She currently serves SoCalNevada PETS on the registration committee In addition to her Rotary service she has volunteered for several years at the women s Center of San Jaoquin County and for Court Appointed Special Advocates of Santa Barbara County She continues to serve CASA as the chair for the North County Advisory Committee She has spoken in support of CASA to over 72 Rotary Clubs in Rotary District 5240 Rotary District 5280 Los Angeles Basin California Cozette Vergari is a member of the State Bar of California and is also admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the Central District of California Aside from litigation she is trained in Mediation Collaborative Family Law and has received Court appointments as Minors Counsel Cozette established her own law firm in 1996 subsequently overseeing well over 1000 client matters in the areas of Family Law and Trust and Estates with Vergari Napolitano PC in Los Angeles Cozette joined the Rotary Club of Westchester Los Angeles in September 1995 and served on her club s Board of Directors from 1996 2002 as Youth Service Director International Service Director Secretary President Elect and President She has subsequently served on the Westchester Rotary Foundation Board of Trustees for 13 years In District 5280 Cozette has served as an Assistant Governor Senior Assistant Governor District Governor Nominee and Executive Aide to the current District Governor She has chaired numerous district events and committees including Walk and Roll Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation Parade of Presidents Recognition Awards District Breakfast and District Rotary Foundation Celebrations Among several district committees Cozette has served on the Peacemakers of 5280 In Zone 25 26 Cozette served on the Zone Institute Planning Committee in 2013 and attended the Zone Institute SIG Program in 2012 and 2014 She has

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  • Rotary International Rose Parade Float - Construction Photographs
    Construction Photographs of the 2013 Floa t Construction Photographs of the 2014 Float 2006 Float Construction Photographs click on picture to enlarge Artist s rendering of 2006 Rotary Float Click on pictures to enlarge 4 26 06 Tournament of Roses Secretary Gary DiSano presents picture of float to Rotary Float Committee Chairman Jim Miceli 1 2 06 Float in the Rose Parade 1 1 06 Roses in individual water vials Finishing touches on rotating top Snail Builders work on animated tops and bear head Volunteers Float riders getting ready for the first judging of the float 12 31 05 Volunteer Decorators 12 30 05 Volunteer Decorators 12 29 05 Volunteer Decorators 12 28 05 Dry flowers glued to humming bird Dry flowers glued to bear head 12 26 05 Volunteer Decorators 12 23 053 Painted float ready for application of flowers 12 21 05 Painted bears ready for application of flowers 12 17 05 Painted float Volunteer decorators Volunteers from Venice Marina Rotary with Rotary Float Committee Chair Jim Miceli on the right 12 10 05 Volunteer decorators preparing dry flowers Bear heads mounted on bodies 12 3 05 Bear head frames Bear bodies ready for heads 11 19 05

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  • Rotary Rose Parade Float Committee - Construction Photographs
    so that the wheel appears to be transparent ie seeing through to the background It cannot be made to see through in a 3D format because of the Tournament of Roses re quirement that everything be covered with organic materials Construction Photographs of the 2001 Float Construction Photographs of the 2002 Float Construction Photographs of the 2003 Float Construction Photographs of the 2004 Float Construction Photographs of the 2005 Float

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  • Rotary Rose Parade Float Committee - Viewing the Float
    the Float Decoration The public may view the floats being decorated from December 27th through the 30th from 11 00 am until 5 00pm tba with tickets purchased from the Tournament of Roses Cost estimated at 15 00 check Tournament site for exact pricing and ages Private Rotarian viewings of the Float promoting Rotary International may be available if a Rotarian presents him herself at the Volunteer Tent from December 26th through the 30th if there are more than two RRPFC committee members at the Volunteer Tent and subject to the rules of Phoenix Decorating Security and the Tournament of Roses If you would like to help decorate the float check the Decoration Schedule page Viewing the Parade In Person on the Parade Route See the Tournament of Roses Parade Tickets Web Page for information about viewing the parade in grand stands as well as curb site viewing on a first come first serve basis Reserved seating on the parade route Sharp Seating Company 626 795 4171 Visiting Pasadena hotel information Pasadena Convention and Visitors Bureau 800 307 7977 or 626 795 9311 Television Coverage The Rose Parade was broadcast in the United States and Internationally Information about broadcasts is

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  • Rotary Rose Parade Float Committee - Frequently Asked Questions
    53 million in the United States and 28 million around the world in more than 220 territories The Tournament estimates that more than 700 000 are present live on the parade route 100 000 view the floats as they are decorated and approximately 60 000 view the post parade floats For the 37th consecutive year the Committee again proudly presents its float to North America and the world And each year more clubs enthusiastically contribute financial support to this most important Rotary public relations project Where can I get information about the Rose Parade and Rose Bowl Game Visit the Tournament of Roses website www tournamentofroses com Can I see the float during decoration See the Viewing the Float page for information Each year over 100 000 people view the float under construction Can I help decorate the float Yes See the Decoration Schedule and Signup pages on this website You will be able to volunteer on line to decorate the float starting September 15 of each year Appproximately 800 Rotary Family Volunteers help prepare and or apply the organic materials to the float How are floats selected for entry into the Rose Parade The Tournament of Roses selects applications for Rose Parade Floats carefully There are about 40 floats in the Tournament of Roses Parade each year Floats are sponsored by municipalities community volunteer organizations and commercial sector All floats must be designed within the theme of the Rose Parade which for 2016 is Find Your Adventure this theme was selected to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the US National Park Service The Tournament of Roses must approve all float designs We are fortunate to be to appear in the parade and are very proud to be a part of the prestigious Tournament of Roses New Year s Day

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  • Rotary Rose Parade Float Committee - Links
    History Rotary Rose Parade Float Committee Rotary International www rotary org Tournament of Roses http www tournamentofroses com Phoenix Decorating Company Phoenix Decorating is the company that is building the Rotary Float http www phxdeco com Rotary Global History Fellowship Website Rotary Rose Parade Float History Southern California and Nevada Districts The Rotary Float Committee has members throughout the United States The following Districts in Southern California Southern Nevada and

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  • Rotary Rose Parade Float Committee - History
    and Biographies Float Video 2007 The theme was Lead the Way and the float presented a 16 foot mother duck leading her four young ducklings through a garden Thousands of roses carnations iris gerbera daises and gladiolas were used on the float Riders on the float were selected from Rotary Exchange Students visiting the United States Raul Rodriguez designed the float which was constructed by Charisma Floats and was decorated by hundreds of volunteers from Rotary Rotaract and Interact clubs Ernie Jensen PDG Chair Arcadia RC District 5300 Construction Pictures Float Rider Pictures and Biographies Float Video 2006 The theme was The Magic of Caring The float presented a garden setting with mom and pop bear playing doctor and nurse to their baby bear Naturally colored cotton was used to create the fur on this loving family of bears Oversized flowers and toy tops decorated with orange lentils raspberry seed split pea statice and yellow strawflower surrounded the bears in the garden A large arbor whose criss cross appearance was created using a pattern of corn husks completes the garden setting Raul Rodriguez designed the float which was constructed by Charisma Floats and was decorated by hundreds of volunteers from Rotary Rotaract and Interact clubs Jim Miceli Chair Universal City Sunrise RC District 5260 Construction Pictures Float Rider Pictures and Biographies 2005 The theme Family Tree A Century of Service and design were selected to recognize the service of the Rotary family throughout the world during the past 100 years as Rotary International celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2005 and begins its second century of service to the world community The 2005 Tournament of Roses Parade theme was Celebrate Family The float presented a large tree amidst an active park setting representing Rotary s extensive family tree Bird houses and large butterflies ornament the tree which was surrounded by a lush garden featuring two dogs at play The setting was created using real grass sod roses carnations mums lilies and orchids with Yellow Oncidium orchids in the tree Orange fluff which comes from the seed pod of the Bird of Paradise comprised the orange fir on the wings of the monarch butterflies Raul Rodriguez designed the float which was constructed by Charisma Floats and was decorated by hundreds of volunteers from Rotary Rotaract and Interact clubs John Peck Chair Pasadena RC District 5300 Construction Pictures Pictures and Biographies of Float Riders 2004 The float won the Princess Trophy the for the Most Beautiful Float Under 35 Feet The Symphony of Service theme depicted a garden stage where a string quintet of bears and rabbits are playing a concert The float used nearly 15 000 roses and thousands of other floral materials including carnations iris gerbera daises strawflower statice crushed walnut shell coconut cranberry seed onion seed sesame and sweet rive Gladiolas and orchids created the look of the water fountain and ornamental cabbage made up the floral ruffle encircling the deck of the float Raul Rodriguez designed the float which was constructed by Charisma Floats and was decorated by hundreds of volunteers from Rotary Rotaract and Interact clubs Cliff Nelson Chair District 5320 Construction Pictures Pictures and Biographies of Float Riders 2003 The theme of the float was The Sky s the Limit In commemoration of the 100th anniversary of flight the Rotary float depicted the sandy beach where the Wright Brothers took their first flight At the rear of the float was a group of buildings that are similar to the working areas of the bothers Sesame seed was used to achieve the fabric covering of the wings of the plane The deck was plush with grasses roses iris carnations and gebera daises used to achieve the look of the sand dunes and groupings of growth along the shoreline Orville Wright was a Rotarian in Dayton Ohio Raul Rodriguez designed the float which was constructed by Charisma Floats and was decorated by hundreds of volunteers from Rotary Rotaract and Interact clubs Carol Wylie PDG Chair Dominguez Carson RC District 5280 Construction Pictures 2002 The 2002 float theme was Around the World Through Education It was a magical journey that started on a 17 foot tall turtle crafted from hundreds of pounds of split pea lentil seeds green tomatoes strawflowers statice and citrus fruit The decking of the float was vibrantly adorned using thousands of roses carnations lilies iris and gerbera daisies with small and medium sculpted flowers creating the flowering branches on the deck Raul Rodriguez designed the float which was constructed by Charisma Floats and was decorated by hundreds of volunteers from Rotary Rotaract and Interact clubs John Alexander Chair North San Fernando Valley RC District 5260 Construction Pictures 2001 The 2001 float won the Volunteers Trophy for the best floral design of Parade theme under 35 feet in length Mark Twain s story of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn is instantly recognizable by millions of people around the world They were the recognizable element of the theme for the 2001 float Recognizing Tomorrow s Leaders If there had been a Rotary club in Hannibal Missouri when Tom and Huck were having their adventures those Rotarians would have been interested in these two young men This float celebrated the many young people Rotary has channeled into roles of positive leadership through the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards program There were ten young people who have participated in the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards program riding on the float What a memorable experience for a RYLA student to participate in the RYLA leadership seminar and ride a float in the Rose Parade All of this to get the message across that Rotary not only recognizes tomorrows leaders but also develops their leadership skills and principles Our Rotary float created awareness in the world regarding RYLA one of the most effective programs in the world of Rotary Raul Rodriguez designed the float which was constructed by Charisma Floats and was decorated by hundreds of volunteers from Rotary Rotaract and Interact clubs Steve

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  • Rotary Rose Parade Float Committee - Frequently Asked Questions
    Director 2017 2019 Griffith Frank Director 2017 2019 Hernandez Gene Director 2017 2019 Lewis Jim Director 2016 2018 Nomura Wade Director 2017 2019 Peck John Director 2017 2019 Petroff Miles Director 2017 Pote Randy Director 2015 2017 Ramos Joe Director 2016 2018 Reyes Richard Director 2017 2019 Rosenfeld Barry Director 2016 2018 Skaggs Larry Director 2016 2018 Stephens Walt Director 2015 2017 ADVISORY COUNCIL Cordero Charles Advisory Council Evinger Fran Advisory Council Gilson Roger Advisory Council Jones Greg Advisory Council Kennedy Gary Advisory Council McGonegal Roger Advisory Council Miller Peter Advisory Council Nash James Advisory Council Padilla Kevin Advisory Council Price Jewel Advisory Council Reinhart Chuck Advisory Council Southard Pat Advisory Council Walker Bud Advisory Council Werk Ingo Advisory Council Honorary Directors Barr Charlie Honorary Director Boyle Jr James Honorary Director Bushnell Ray Honorary Director Hemming Ken Honorary Director Jensen Ernie Honorary Director McClenahan Jack Honorary Director McKinley Maureen Honorary Director Miceli Jim Honorary Director Moscaret Gene Honorary Director Nelson Cliff Honorary Director Peloquin Bill Honorary Director Plunkett William Bill Honorary Director Rosloff Kate Honorary Director Stone Bud Honorary Director Thomas Daniel Director 2017 2019 Trumpbolt Herb Honorary Director von Bibra Conrad Honorary Director Wylie Carol Honorary Director GOVERNORS ADVISORY BOARD Frankle Nick Heather DGE 2015 2016 Weiss John Christine DGN 2015 2016 O Brien Greg Carolyn DGE 2015 2016 Vergari Cozette Richard Moon DGN 2015 2016 de Sylva Luciano Hazel DGE 2015 2016 Khoury Raghada DGD 2015 2016 Sanford Ray DGE 2015 2016 Hicks Ian Janet DGN 2015 2016 Duistermars Bob Jeannie DGE 2015 2016 Massey Manzoor Evelyn DGN 2017 2018 Sanderson Marilyn DGE 2015 2016 NATIONAL ADVISORY BOARD Active Balch Glen Beaubien Ronald Benson Stan Karen Bittroff Mary Capps John Cochrane Chris 2015 Ellis Patricia 2012 Frame Jim Gebhard Bob PDG Johnson Clovis Morgan Ken PRID Navarro Lloyd

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