Rotary Club of San Mateo Sunrise      

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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
Steve Okamoto spoke to our club yesterday about executive order 9066 that forced the internment of Japanese and Japanese Americans.
Nicole Fernandez, a training and outreach specialist for the Elder and Dependent Adult Protection Team (EDAPT) of San Mateo County tells about elder and adult abuse...signs to look for and what to do about it if we suspect abuse.
Sign up for the 2017 San Mateo Color 5K to benefit JDRF, the SM/FC School District, Peninsula Family Service and the San Mateo Sunrise Rotary Foundation.
https://raceroster.com/events/2017/10977/color-5k-san-mateo
At our meeting today, Dawn Sunday teaches us how to avoid identity theft and protect ourselves.
As part of our dictionary project, 400 full color dictionaries as distributed to all of the third graders at three local elementary school. We partnered with the noon club on this project.
Our newest San Mateo Sunrise Rotarian, Rob Lajoie is inducted at our Feb. 17 meeting.
Janet Louie tells us about Fung Shui in the year of the fire rooster.

Rotarian Bycha tells us about drone technology and how he uses them in his business. He also talked about a number of new applications including taking medications to remote areas in emergency situations. He currently is teaching disadvantaged adults drone skills through his non-profit foundation aistudios360.org.

Ilana Shapiro tells us about her father and how his passing put her on a journey to raise money and form a charitable fund in his honor.
Here some of the participants of our New Year's open mic event. We heard some stories, learned some new things and generally had fun. The mimosas didn't hurt either.
We give holiday gifts to our servers at the Crystal Springs Golf Course for their fantastic service throughout the year and their help with our Bacon and Brew event.
Roxanne T. Jen tells us important information about estate planning and how to protect our families and loved ones.
 
We honor our Rotarian of the Month, Jerry Grainger, our club's Secretary who does a lot work behind the scenes.
Honoring our veteran members at our club social at The Melting Pot in San Mateo. Congrats to Ben and to our other vets that weren't able to attend.
Sergeant Glen Teixiera from SMPD tells us the ways to prevent property crimes from occurring to us.
Chris Ritzo RN tells about the role that hospice plays in our community. She works with Mission Hospice.
Naxielly Córdoba DC explains to us the importance of neurological health In relationship to medical problems and ailments that we might be having.
Mitone Griffiths from the Rotary Club of HMB is an Ambassador for Shelterbox. She told us about how they are used throughout the world in times of disaster and crisis to help those affected and in need.
At our meeting on Oct 7, Asst. Gov. Dave Bertini tells us about Rotary's focus to attract new members.
King Michael Wong, Past President of the Rotary Club of San Mateo Sunrise, was put on the spot with "ALL" kinds of questions at his official debunking event last Friday! Thank you King Mike for a great year!!
 
Our club participates in the SM Chamber's Bacon and Brew Festival. We man and operate the Bloody Sunrise (Mary) and Lemonade Sunrise booth. Many members and friends participated and some were working both days. Thank you for your hard work. It was a lot of fun, good exposure for the club and we even made a profit. Special thanks to Piazza's Fine Foods for helping us with supplies. Other photos are in the album here on the website.

What a great Rotary evening event. The wine tasting by La Honda Winery was fantastic. Thank you TinaMarie Romo and Larry for opening your home! Jake Bursalyan, Michael Wong, Jim Rochotte, Sylvia Lopez, Teresita Gutierrez Navarro, Monique Beaufort Davis and many others!!

Diane Borrison an advocacy chair for the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network and a 10 year survivor gave us an overview of one of the most deadly cancers. She let us know what is being done to combat the disease and what we can do to help.
Richard Wexler from Points of Life tells us about Intelligent Aging.
 
 
Upcoming Events
 
Speakers
Paul Roach
Mar 24, 2017
Post Election Economics
Ken Housley
Mar 31, 2017
H2Open Doors Trip to Nepal