2017

  • January –
  • February –
  • March – Dr. Marie Csete – HMRI’s President & Chief Scientist
  • April – Bill Davis, CEO of Southern California Public Radio
  • May – Julia Rodriquez Elliot, Co-Founder, A Noise Within
  • September – Chad Alligood of Huntington Library
  • October – City Council Voter’s Forum
  • November – Rose Queen and Royal Court

2016

  • January – “SPORTS NIGHT” Jaime Jarrin – “Spanish Voice of the Dodgers”, Baseball Hall of Fame & Jorge Jarrin – Broadcaster, Los Angeles Dodgers
  • February – Yuman Fong – Chair, Department of Surgery & Director, International Programs, City of Hope
  • March – Steve Hindle – W.M. Keck Foundation Director of Research at the Huntington Library
  • April – Aaron Weiss – Chairman, San Marino Motor Classic
  • May – Dr. Thomas F. Rosenbaum – President, Caltech
  • September – Russell Goldsmith – Chairman of the Board & Chief Executive Officer, City National Bank
  • October – Dr. Alex Cherniss, Superintendent, San Marino Unified School District
  • November – Rose Queen and Royal Court

2015

  • January – Sanford Krasner, Principal Software System Engineer at Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  • February – Leslie Appleton-Young, The Southern California Real Estate Market
  • March – John Incontro, Police Chief of San Marino
  • April – Dr. Gene Orlowsky,  Author, The Principles of Inner Success
  • May – Dr. Karl von Tiehl, Asthma and Allergies
  • September – “Sports Night” featuring Cory Paus, UCLA Quarterback 1999-2002
  • October – Dr. Jim Folsom, Director, Huntington Botanical Gardens
  • November – Rose Queen and Royal Court

2014

  • January – James Rothenberg, Chairman of Capital Research Corp.
  • February – Greg Richards, Ph.D., Middle Grades Ethics Project
  • March – Jim Frawley, Fire Chief,  and Ben Green, SGV Red Cross
  • April – Dr. Steven Forman, MD
  • May – Robert C. Richie, Ph.D.
  • September – Tom Mack
  • October – Kerry McCluggage, former Chairman of Paramount Television
  • Novemeber – Rose Queen and Royal Court

2013

  • January – Wendall (“Mort”) Mortimer, President of the Los Angeles Railroad Heritage Foundation
  • February – Tim Harrigan, Police Chief of San Marino
  • March – Judith R. Goodstein, University Archivist Emeritus and Visiting Associate, Caltech
  • April – David Zeidberg, Director of The Huntington Library
  • May – Jennifer Goldman, Institutional Archivist and a Curator, The Huntington Library
  • September – John Azevedo and Nate Parker, SMHS Wrestling Coaches
  • October – Darryl Dunn, CEO/General Manager for the Rose Bowl Operating Company
  • November – Rose Queen and Royal Court

2012

  • January – Dr. C. L. Max Nikias, President of the University of Southern California
  • February – Stephen A. Ralph, President/CEO of the Huntington Memorial Hospital
  • March – Rev. Andy J. Bales, CEO of the Union Rescue Mission
  • April – Dr. Greg L. Waybright, Senior Pastor of the Lake Avenue Church
  • May – Dr. Michael A. Friedman, President/CEO of the City of Hope
  • September – Pat Haden, Athletic Director of the University of Southern California
  • October – Steven S. Koblik, President of the Huntington Library
  • November – Rose Queen and Royal Court

2011

  • January – Aaron Weiss, Car Enthusiast, on the San Marino Motor Classic
  • February – Leslie Appleton-Young, Vice President and Chief Economist for California Association of Realtors
  • March – Clint Dragoo, L.A. County District Attorney’s Office Senior Investigators regarding internet fraud, identity theft and related issues
  • April – Daniel Finley, President and CEO of the Autry National Museum
  • May – Steven Koblik, President of The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
  • September – Andy Bernstein, Senior Official Photographer for the NBA
  • October – Craig Curtis, Programming Director for KPCC Southern California Public Radio
  • November – Rose Queen and Court

2010

  • January – Dr. David Silva, Director of the National Optical Astronomy
  • February – Dr. Vincent Fortanasce, M.D, Clinical Professor of Neurology and Psychiatrist
  • March – Captain David Walters
  • April – City Representatives (Mayor Dennis Kneier, City Manager Matt Ballantyne, Planning and Building Director Dave Saldaña, and Design Review Chair Tom Kibler)
  • May – Randy Shulman, Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens’ Assistant Vice President for Advancement
  • September – Sports Night: Jim Gott
  • October – Habib F. Balian, Chief Executive Officer of the Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority
  • November – Rose Queen and Court

2009

  • January – San Marino Fire Chief John Penido
  • February – Joy Sullivan, President and Marti Farley, Benefit Chairman, Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts
  • March – Sheldon Epps, Artistic Director of the Pasadena Playhouse
  • April – Ben Green, Chief Executive Officer of the American Red Cross
  • May – Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich
  • September – John M. “Mitch” Dorger, Chief Executive Officer, Pasadena Tournament of Roses Association
  • October – Dan Lewis, Dibner Senior Curator, History of Science and Technology
  • November – Rose Queen and Royal Court

2008

  • January – Dr. Gary Woods, Superintendent, San Marino Unified School District
  • February – Congressman David Dreier
  • March – Stan Chambers, KTLA Newsman
  • April – John Schaefer, San Marino Chief of Police
  • May – David Johnson and Bruce Lamarche, Sierra Madre Search and Rescue Team
  • September – Annual Sports Night Barbecue – Leigh Steinberg, Sports Agent
  • October – Jim Folsom, Director of the Botanical Gardens, Huntington Library (at Huntington Library)
  • November – Rose Queen and Royal Court

2007

  • January – Dr. David Stevenson, Caltech
  • February – Steve Ralph, CEO of Huntington Hospital
  • March – Louis J. Caprino, Jr., FBI Assistant Special Agent in Charge
  • April – Matthew Ballantyne, San Marino City Manager
  • May – Victor Vener, California Philharmonic Music Director
  • September – Annual Sports Night Barbecue – Lynn Shackelford, Sports Celebrity
  • October – June Li, Curator for the Chinese Gardens (at Huntington Library)
  • November – Rose Queen and Royal Court

2006

  • January – John E. Bryson, Chairman, CEO, President, Southern California Edison
  • February – Tim Conver, President and CEO, AeroVironment
  • March – Marcus Mack (Boy Scouts, Scout Executive San Gabriel Council) and Brenda Berg (CEO, Girl Scouts Mt. Wilson Vista Council)
  • April – Jamie McCourt, Vice Chairman and President, L.A. Dodgers
  • May – Steven Koblick, Executive Director, Huntington Library
  • September – Chuck White (Voice of the UCLA Bruins)
  • October – Douglas R. Failing, CalTrans District Director
  • November – Tournament of Roses – Queen and Court

2005

  • January – Steve Cooley, L.A. County District Attorney
  • February – Chris McCarron, Renowned Professional Jockey (Retired)
  • March – Roger Snoble, CEO, MTA
  • April – Larry Wilson, Editor, Pasadena Star News
  • May – Robert Wishner (City Manager), Arl Ferris (Police Chief), John Penido (Fire Chief)
  • September – Mike Garrett, USC Athletic Director
  • October – Clifton S. Smith, Jr., Publisher, San Marino Tribune
  • November – Tournament of Roses – Queen and Court

2004

  • January – Lisa See, Noted Chinese-American Author
  • February – Hasan Nouri, Scientist
  • March – Jim Ziglar, Former INS Commissioner
  • April – Ron Gastelum, CEO, Metropolitan Water District
  • May – William Opel. Ph.D., Executive Director – Huntington Medical Research Institutes
  • September – Mick Haley, USC Women’s Volleyball Coach – 2003 & 2004 NCAA Champions
  • October – Panel Discussion on the State of the City and the State of the Schools
  • November – Tournament of Roses – Queen and Court

2003

  • January – Joe Jares, Sports Editor and Author
  • February – James Dolan, USC Professor of Earth Sciences
  • March – Lee Baca, Los Angeles County Sheriff
  • April – Jack Rose, Supt. of Schools & Bob Gayl, Pres., San Marino Board of Education
  • May – Stephen Hayward, Author, “The Age of Reagan”
  • September – Dan Guerrero, UCLA Athletic Director
  • October – Albert Carnesale, Chancellor, UCLA
  • November – Tournament of Roses – Queen and Court Tournament of Roses President Mike Riffery

2002

  • January – Cary Presant, M.D.
  • February – Charles Elachi, Ph.D., Director, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  • March – Steven Koblik, Ed.D., Director, Huntington Library
  • April – Steven B. Sample, Ed.D., President, Univ. of Southern California
  • May – Congressman David Dreier
  • September – Pat Haden, Attorney, USC Football, Rhodes Scholar
  • October – Gordon Graham, Risk Management, CHP
  • November – Tournament of Roses – Queen and Court
    • San Marino’s Alexandra Wucetich
    • T of R President Gary Thomas

2001

  • January – Jaime Jarrin, LA Dodgers Spanish Language Broadcaster
  • February – Larry Attebery, TV News
  • March – Showcase House for the Arts, panel
  • April – Henry Bumstead, Cinema Art Director
  • May – Steven A. Fellows, SG Valley Medical Center
  • September – Henry Bibby, USC Basketball Coach (UCLA Basketball Player)
  • October – Theodore Mitchell, Pres. Occidental College
  • November – Tournament of Roses – Queen and Court
    • San Marino’s Caroline Hsu
    • T of R President Ron Okum

2000

  • January – Howard Kazanjian, Movie Producer
  • February – Adam Schiff, Calif. State Senator
  • March – John Taylor, Director of Nixon Library
  • April – Congressman James Rogan
  • May – Dr. Edward Stone, Director, JPL
  • September – Tom Dukes, Former Major League Baseball Player
  • October – Gary Zimmerman, Economist, Federal Reserve Bank, SF
  • November – Tournament of Roses – Queen and Court

1999

  • January – State of the City
  • February – State of the Schools
  • March – Dr. Robert Skothemin, President Huntington Library
  • April – Lynn Wyle, President, Citizens Business Bank
  • May – Jack French, Tournament of Roses
  • September – Jim Gott, Former Pitcher LA Dodgers
  • October – Paul Crowley, “Mr. San Marino”
  • November – Tournament of Roses – Queen and Court

1998

  • January – Dan Lungren, Attorney General, State of California
  • February – Gordon Binder, Chairman and CEO Amgen (CFO showed up)
  • March – Lee Baca, Chief of Field Operations, LA County Sheriff
  • April – Dan Davis, Director of CACR, Cal Tech
  • May – Dr. Edward Schneider, Ex Dir USC Buck Center on Aging
  • September – Richard Wallen, Attorney and former UCLA football player
  • October – Byron Pollitt, Sr. VP CFO Disneyland Resorts
  • November – Tournament of Roses – Queen and Court

1997

  • January – Professor Morris Rossenfeld, Lewis & Clark Adventures West
  • February – Robert Ritchie, Huntington Library, “The Unknown Huntington”
  • March – Dr. Edward Schneider, Dean of Gerontology at USC
  • April – David O’Connor, President of Merle Norman Cosmetics
  • May – Tom Dukes, Former Major League Baseball Player
  • September – John Argue, 1996 Olympics
  • October – City Fathers. Local Retailers: Nelson Holdo; Nancy Billings; Mike Allison
  • November – Tournament of Roses – Queen and Court

1996

  • January – Gil Garcetti, DA
  • February – Dr. Edwin Krupp, Dir of Griffith Observatory
  • March – French Anderson, MD (Human Gene Therapy)
  • April – Ed Gomes, Chief CHP
  • May – Judith Merhle Riley, Author, Professor, Claremont McKenna College
  • September – Mike Garrett, Athletic Director, USC
  • October – Joe Weller, CEO Nestle USA
  • November – Tournament of Roses – Queen and Court

1995

  • January – Robert T. Parry, CEO Fed Res Bank of S.F.
  • February – Ted Gibson, Chief Economist, State of California
  • March – Dr. Deane B. Jacques, MD Hospital of Good Sam
  • April – Sherman Block, LA County Sheriff
  • May – Joe Coulombe, Trader Joe’s, The History of Wines in LA and Pasadena
  • September – Frank Wills, Chief San Marino Police Dept
  • October – Roger Barkley, KABC Radio
  • November – Tournament of Roses – Queen and Court

1994

  • January – Richard Sybert
  • February – Paul Zall, Huntington Library – “Abe Lincoln Laughing”
  • March – Gene Perrett, Comedy Writer, Bob Hope, others
  • April – John Robinson, Head Coach, USC Football
  • May – Larry Atteberry, TV Newscaster
  • September – Albert Zerhusen & Heinz Wolmerath – World Cup
  • October – Gerald Petievich, Author ” “To Live and Die in L.A.”
  • November – Tournament of Roses – Queen and Court

1993

  • January – Hoover Wong, Fuller Seminary
  • February – Bill Ficker, 1970 America’s Cup
  • March – Neil Peterson, L.A. County Transportation Commission
  • April – Daryl F. Gates, L.A.P.D. Chief
  • May – Chuck Henry, Newscaster, Eye on L.A.
  • September – Tom Kelly, Voice of the Trojans
  • October – Bill Hoge, Assemblyman
  • November – Tournament of Roses – Queen and Court

1992

  • January – Dr. Paul MacCready, AeroVironment
  • February – Bruce Herschensohn, U.S. Senate Candidate
  • March – Lee Baca, Chief, Court Services Division, LA County Sheriff’s Dept.
  • April – Tom Campbell, U.S. Senate Candidate
  • May – Dr. Bill Moffett, Huntington Library
  • September – Jorge Jarrin, “Helicopter Broadcaster”
  • October – Dr. Steven B. Sample, President U.SC
  • November – Tournament of Roses – Queen and Court

1991

  • January – Orel Hershiser, L.A. Dodgers
  • February – Christine Bender, former California Corporations Commissioner
  • March – John Brooks Slaughter, PhD, Occidental College
  • April – Suzanne Crowell (City), David Destino (School District), Richard Giss (Schools Foundation)
  • May – Dr. Robert Skotheim, Huntington Library
  • September – Dick Leach, U.S.C. Tennis Coach
  • October – Gary Beban, Commercial Real Estate, UCLA Heisman Trophy winner
  • November – Tournament of Roses – Queen and Court

Dinner RSVP March, 2018

Please RSVP if you will or will not be attending the San Marino City Club meeting on Tuesday, March 20, 2018. If you are a guest and attending, you will be emailed for payment arrangements.

Upcoming Events

  1. Annual City Club Ball

    February 24 @ 6:00 pm
  2. Dinner Meeting with Speaker Dr. Alfredo Sadun, MD, PhD

    March 20 @ 5:45 pm
  3. Dinner Meeting with Speaker

    April 17 @ 5:45 pm
  4. Dinner Meeting with Speaker

    May 15 @ 5:45 pm
  5. Summer Fiesta at the Old Mill

    June 19 @ 6:00 pm
  6. Dinner Meeting with Speaker

    September 18 @ 5:45 pm - 6:00 pm