Connie Biaggini Spradling of San Luis Obispo, California, USA

  • January 9, 2012

Connie Biaggini Spradling of San Luis Obispo, California, USA

Connie Biaggini Spradling

San Luis Obispo, California, USA


Connie Biaggini Spradling first joined Quota in August of 1983. During her twenty-eight years of service Connie has worked tirelessly for Quota International of San Luis Obispo.

Connie was elected club President in 1991.  After serving as District 33 Governor, Connie was elected to the International Board of Directors and served as West Area Director, Treasurer and Vice President.

Connie’s continued and unwavering dedication to Quota finds her once again taking the helm as club president during these changing times in Quota. She was our club’s Quotarian of the Year in 1986 and again 25 years later in 2011.  She is as active, enthusiastic and dedicated as when she first started with Quota over twenty-eight years ago.

This year under Connie’s guidance the club created “Theme Fundraisers.”  Theme Fundraisers encourages 2 to 6 members joining together to do smaller more effective fundraisers.

Some of these fundraisers have included “Magic and Mimosa” (Brunch and Magic Show); “Italian Wedding Murder Mystery”; “An Elegant Evening Valentines Dinner” (Black tie surf and turf dinner); “Brunch and Bling” (Brunch and sale of gently used jewelry, scarves and purses); “Endless Summer at the Creeky Tiki” (Island Paradise Dinner, Dance and Cocktails with a Silent Auction) and Wine Country Quilt Raffle (Handmade by one of our members).

These fundraisers have helped the San Luis Obispo Club raise almost $10,000. for future service projects.  Connie remains active in Quota and works with Quota International and our club members to lead and help Quota of San Luis Obispo grow and adapt.

We proudly recognize Connie Biaggini Spradling as our club’s role model, who is dedicated to serving others and one who truly exemplifies Quota as our “Volunteer of the Year”.

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