Rotary Club of San Mateo Sunrise      

Club Information

Welcome to our Club!

San Mateo Sunrise

Service Above Self

We meet Fridays at 7:30 AM
Crystal Springs Golf Course
6650 Golf Course Drive
Burlingame, CA , CA  94010
United States
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Home Page Stories

See the video of the Open Mic Day presentations:

Kathy Diamond, a CSM professor and volunteer with the Trail Center, tells us about the Center's activities and how we can help.

Helping to get rid of someone's discarded recliner at the Bay Front Cleanup in San Mateo near Ryder Park.

At today's meeting, "island style contestants", Ron Visconti from Phase2Careers and our guest speaker Bernadette McBurnie talks about Solutions for a Healthy Balanced Life.


San Mateo Mayor Maureen Freschet talks to us about the benefits of Measure S and how it will help the people and businesses in San Mateo.


Guests and members enjoying food and the great atmosphere at the BBQ at Jim's house. We had a great turnout and everyone had a good time.

Kirsten Pringle from the San Mateo County Department of Sustainability tells us about the Community Choice Aggregation, an alternate energy source for the public.

Our District Governor gets to do double duty at our meeting this morning. She inducts our newest member, Pieter Kark, into our club. Then afterwards, she delivers her District Governor's message to our club. This year's theme is "Peace".

Our own Ken Housley tells us about his most recent trip to Spain, France and Monte Carlo.

Some of our club members volunteer at this year's Tour de Peninsula and with the Interact club from Mills HS.

We celebrate Past President Jim's fantastic year with his debunking at this past Friday's meeting. Thank you Jim for a great year for our club.

We welcome our newest member, Bernadette McBurnie to our club. A former Rotarian, she is looking to help with our local and international projects.

The gang that helped to sort food at the Second Harvest Food Bank on 4/29/15, club members and guests.

Our club members and other volunteers at the 6th Annual Putt Your Heart Out Miniature Golf Tournament on June 26, 2015. We hosted 72 kids from the Mid-Peninsula Boys and Girls Club for a day of mini golf and a picnic at nearby De Anza Park in Sunnyvale. The kids had a great time in the warm sun thanks to sponsors San Mateo Credit Union, State Farm Insurance and Boston Private Bank and Trust.

Through our club's support of Project Crescendo, 120 recorders were delivered to the entire 3rd grade class at Horrell Elementary School in San Mateo for their music program.

The Berlin Airlift by President Truman to thwart Stalin's blockade is explained by novelist Gisela Zebroski, who has written about this subject and others.

Tracy Hampton presents more photos from her recent trip to Africa.

Christine Uwase presents to our club as a Rotary Global Grant Scholar studying here in SF.

We honor some of the volunteers that helped out at the Funny Bunny Breakfast. With acting President Skip are Tiffany Thich, Jennifer Shimabukura, Kathleen Gamba and Elena Farinas.

Sylvia Lopez educates us about the disease and tells us a story about a Lupus sufferer and the numerous challenges she had to face. That person was her.

Samya Boxberger-Oberoi, author of "The Philosophy and Science of Yoga", tells us about her personal journey from the South West of France to the Silicon Valley to the Himalayas, where she studied yoga.

Tracy Hampton shows and tells us about her many safari trips in Africa. Discusses the "Big 5" animals.

We welcome new member, John Frye, to our club. Inducted by District Governor, Chris Gallagher.

Matt Feuer from Homework Central talks about the work that they do to help students in the San Mateo area.

Part of our crew manning the parking lot sale.


Upcoming Events



Oct 09, 2015
Sema Tosun
Fund a Need
Oct 16, 2015
Breast Cancer Walk
We will be walking in honor and support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Oct 23, 2015
Jayne Hulbert
The Rotary Foundation - why is it so important?
Oct 31, 2015
Gloria Guzman
Making a Living ... Living!