Juliette Moore (center) is handed three free raffle tickets she won for successfully naming the teardrop trailer Lamorinda Sunrise Rotary is building and will raffle next spring as a fundraiser. Proceeds will benefit a variety of community-service programs.
By vote of club members “Teardrop Inn” was selected from among scores of names hopefuls inscribed on the sides of a prototype (seen behind) displayed at the Lafayette Art & Wine Festival in September.
Flanking Moore are Claire Roberts of Orinda, president of Lamorina Sunrise Rotary, and fellow club member Chuck Yeager of Lafayette. He is in charge of trailer marketing.
Moore, a resident of Pittsburg, works in Martinez for Contra Costa County. Lamorinda Sunrise Rotary, which has adopted the motto “We Build Stuff,” in recent past years successfully raffled a pair of canoes. Like the trailer, both were hand-built from scratch.
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The club, which in the coming year celebrates its 30th anniversary, meets over breakfast Fridays, starting at 7:00, at Lafayette Hotel & Spa on Mount Diablo Blvd. in Lafayette. Guests are always welcome.
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