What is .... Why ....
Rotary's Vision of the World, 6 Area's of Focus
ROTARY HELPS CAMERON HOUSE
LINK TO CAMERON HOUSE WEB ARTICLE
NEW MEETING LOCATION!!!
139 Waverly Place
(Alley way Between Clay and Washington Streets)
SF, CA. 94108
HAVE A GREAT HOLIDAY SEASON
AND NEW YEAR!
Our Next Club Meeting
January 7, 2015
12:00 noon to 1:30 pm
Lunch is $20 Per Person
NEW MEETING LOCATION
139 Waverly Place
San Francisco, CA. 94108
Vanita and the Dragon Lady Surpemes!
Ugly Sweater contest too.
And the winners are ....
SEE OUR WEB PAGE AT
Rotary Club of SF Evening Guatemala Bottle School project Jan 2014 YouTube
Come help us build a
Jan 15-22, 2015
FLY INTO GUATEMALA CITY
transportation to Antigua (1 night in hotel)
transportation to San Martin (hotel) and school site
daily breakfast and dinner at hotel
catered lunch brought to work site
clean 5 gallon jug water at site
showers and toilets in hotels
transportation back to Antigua (1 night in hotel)
transportation to Guatemala City airport
contact: firstname.lastname@example.org 415-693-6869
Recent Completed Projects:
ANY SOLDIER PROJECT
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 9, 2014
Rotary Club of SF Evening
Rotary Club of Rafael Evening
Rotary Club of SF Chinatown
Kids Against Hunger
10,0000 meal packaging
being sent to an orphange in Kenya
Watch for pics
ITALIAN HERITAGE PARADE
SFSU Rotaract Flicker pics:
The Rotary Parade of Flags
Fleet Week - Blue Angels
Cable Car Provided by:
The San Francisco Sightseeing Co
SERVICE PROJECTS and EVENTS
Semester is underway
Chinese Education Center Language Lab project
"The best project you will do. See your results in weeks."
See you there!
Contact Liz (or Contact Us) for info and sign up
Click here to see us on Rotary Showcase
"The best lunch and the most fun club in San Francisco!"
2009-2010, 2010-2011, 2012-2013, & 2013-2014
Westwood Village / SF Chinatown
Video Gangnam Chinatown style
"Rotary is a worldwide network of inspired individuals who translate their passions into relevant social causes to change lives in communities."
Rotary International Theme
RI President Gary Haung