Climate Change - It's Always Changing

Dinner sold out. Thank you patriots! 

Event only option is still available for $25.00. We hope to see you there. 


The Myths about Climate Change - Captain Bill Schramm, Retired Navy, NOAA, & Adjunct Professor Cal State Monterey Bay, Environmental Science


October 11 | 6:00pm-8:30pm | RSVP Deadline October 6*


MDRC_Event_Flyer_Oct_2023.pngClimate Change - It is always changing! 

Bill Schramm was born and raised in Southern California and after high school he attended USC for one year on an NROTC scholarship. Deciding he liked the idea of a Navy career, he obtained an appointment to the Naval Academy and graduated from Annapolis in 1958. He became a Navy pilot and in due course the Navy sent him to the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey where he earned a Masters in environmental science. That led to tours of duty as a meteorologist and oceanographer, and along the way he was sent back to the NPGS for a Doctoral program in environmental science. His final Navy assignment was as the Commanding Officer of the Navy’s Environmental Prediction Research Facility. He retired from the Navy as a Captain in 1982. 

His second career was with the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) which is a United Nations specialized agency like the WHO, UNESCO, etc. Captain Schramm lived and worked in Geneva, Switzerland for seven years as a Senior Program Officer/UN Diplomat, and he retired from the UN in 1988. 
Captain Schramm's third career was as the Head of the Office of the National Ocean Service, which is a part of NOAA and located in Monterey. He retired from NOAA in 1995, and joined the faculty of California State University, Monterey Bay which was just being established. There he taught environmental science for seven years and then decided to really retire. 

Read Bill Schramm's detailed background here: Bill Schramm Detailed Background

Check-in: 6:00pm | Dinner served: 6:35pm



Reservations for Members - $50 / Guests - $60. RSVP Deadline October 6*

Dinner Buffet: Grilled chicken in a warm apricot sauce, garden salad, German potato salad, carrots, and bread/butter.  Penne pasta with basil, garlic, fresh tomato andherbs with crumbled seasoned tofu is available as a vegetarian option. Note: BYOB/Wine + bottle opener/glasses

*Note: Meal reservations will not be available after October 6, 3pm. Speaker, cake & coffee only reservation option available for $25. Walk-ins may also use this option.

*Note: Due to catering requirements, the final RSVP (with meal) deadline is October 6. Accommodations will cost extra fees that our club cannot accommodate at this time. Note: Vegan option available by request only. 

Fundraising Opportunities 


wine_bottle.jpegOpportunity Drawing 

Six bottles of wine + a $25 Piatti's Ristorante gift certificate. Total value is approximately $200. Tickets are available at the meeting by cash or check - 5 tickets for $20 or 2 tickets for $10. There will be one winner.  

Seeking Wine Donation for Future Fundraisers

If you are able, we would appreciate you donating a bottle of wine for our upcoming September fundraiser at the August meeting.  Simply bring a donated bottle of wine to the meeting, and give it to the volunteer at check-in.  The wine should have a value of at least $25, and also should be newly purchased (fresh). You will receive a ticket to a special drawing for a $25 Piatti's gift certificate if you donate a bottle of wine.  

October 11, 2023 at 6:00pm - 8:30pm
Alamo Womens Club
1401 Danville Blvd
Alamo, CA 94507
United States
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Teresa Rodgers ·
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