Calendar of Events

University Club programs are open to the public and are held Tuesdays at noon in the Padua Room of the Hughes Community Center, 1700 Danbury Road, Claremont, California. A full buffet lunch, beginning at 11:45 AM is available for $12.00. For those who wish to come only for coffee and dessert, the fee is $5.00. No fee is charged for program attendance only. Membership applications are available at each meeting. Map to Hughes Community Center

July 6 – “Women’s Airforce Service Pilots, 1942-1945”


Speaker – Pearl Judd
Following the 4th of July and last week’s program featuring club members who are WWII veterans, we welcome Pearl Judd, a WWII aviator, to speak of her amazing experiences. At the beginning of WWII a special, confidential group of women stepped up to deliver to locations around the world every kind of military aircraft being produced, from Spitfires to bombers. Due to the absence of men, a lady named Nancy Love gathered 28 women with flying experience to fill the manpower gap created by the war, creating the Women’s Airforce Service Pilots (WASP). Among those initial 28 women is Pearl Judd, our speaker today.
Introducer: Pat Kelly
Fellowship: Hal Durian

July 13 – “The History of the Ed Sullivan Show”


Speaker – John Moffitt
John Moffitt will speak to us about what was involved in producing the popular Ed Sullivan Show. He graduated from Dartmouth College in 1955 and went to work for CBS television studios, where he eventually became the director of the Ed Sullivan Show for several years. Mr. Moffitt has a long history of work in the television industry. He was nominated for 14 Emmy awards and won two of them. He has worked with many well known show business people, including Dick Van Dyke, Robin Williams, Bill Maher, George Carlin, and Jerry Seinfeld. He was a producer for the Emmy awards and the American Music Awards, and is governor for the TV Academy Awards show. He founded “Comic Relief” and produced the TV show “Hollywood Squares.” He has produced many specials, including one with magicians Penn and Teller for NBC and a historical retrospective for CBS, “50 Years of Television.”
Introducer: Pat Kelly
Fellowship: Gail Sparks

July 20 – “Los Angeles Football Stadium”


Speaker – Taylor Talt
Taylor of Talt of Majestic Realty Co. will inform us on the proposed football stadium which is approved be built in nearby City of Industry. After a 14-year hiatus, the NFL may be returning to Los Angeles. Mr. Talt will speak about the marketing, public relations, grassroots and project development involved in this major venture. Mr. Talt earned a BA in political science and business from USC, where he was back-up quarterback for the Trojans in 2000 and 2001. Prior to his current position as project executive for Majestic Realty, Mr. Talt was appointed by President George W. Bush as a senior advisor to the administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration, and coordinated the office of Vice President Cheney during the 2004 re-election campaign.
Introducer: Pat Kelly
Fellowship: Beverly Carpenter

July 27 – “Uncommon Good”


Speaker – Nancy Minte
Nancy Mintie, Executive Director of Uncommon Good, will speak to us about the good Uncommon Good is doing in Southern California. Uncommon Good is a nonprofit organization in Claremont that works to ensure that the poor have access to quality education and health care. It provides mentoring and other services to low income children to help them break the cycle of poverty through successfully completing an education. Uncommon Good also sponsors young health professionals and lawyers who are devoting their careers to serving the poor. Ms. Mintie founded and, for two decades, directed the Inner City Law Center, a legal and social services center for the homeless and poor families living in slum housing in Los Angeles. Her work has garnered national recognition and has been the subject of numerous articles and other media. Ms. Mintie has received many awards including being honored with former President Jimmy Carter on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC by the National Caring Institute, and receiving the “Use Your Life Award” from Oprah Winfrey’s Angel Network. 
Introducer: Brian Bowcock
Fellowship: Gary Miller
Birthdays: Carl Veazie and Jeanne Kennedy

Past Programs: Nov 2009 - Dec 2009 - Jan 2010 - Feb 2010 - Mar 2010 - April 2010 - May 2010 - June 2010
Bulletin Committee Members: David Sonner, Opanyi Nasiali, and Roya Ardelan