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Kyle McBurnie tells us about his trip in to the Amazon jungle in Peru to work on the documentary The Uncontacted Project.
New member, Ramiro Maldonado is formally inducted into our club with the help of Assistant District Governor Glen Rojas and club member sponsor Sylvia Lopez.
A 2016 Community Service Award is given to Piazza's Fine Foods for their support over the years for their donations to the Funny Bunny Breakfast. They are also contributing this year to our San Mateo Color 5K. Accepting the award is Rick Piazza.
Barbara Jones from Franchise Business Freedom tells about the advantages of owning a franchise. She helps individuals connect with possible franchise companies.
AddieRose Mayer tells us about the services of Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center and answers a lot of our questions. It's a valuable resource for our community.
Photos from our wine tasting party at TinaMarie's house on March 24. The wine was wonderful and the food fabulous.
Stephanie Mattero tells us about Star Vista and their programs to help foster kids.
Mari Hethcoat with Rotary Youth Exchange Students 2015-2016 from Taiwan, Italy, Spain, and Brazil. Taken at Annual Interact Conference in Foster City
Charlie Weidanz from Abilities United tells about the organization and the work that they do.
Jennifer Hancox, the general manager at Viognier, receives her Business of the Month award from President Mike.
Vietnam veteran and author Brian Oldham tells us about his latest book and his experiences that led to it's completion. He gives us his personal insight into what veterans face as they try to re-enter society.
Tom Holmes from Tangent, a technology sales and service company, is our latest Business of the Month honoree.
Mary Albitz tells us about RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards) and why it is such an important part of what Rotary does for the lucky kids that get to go.
Some of the winning art pieces from our Peace Art Contest at LEAD Elementary School.
On Thursday night, we were entertained with stories and anecdotes about life in Hollywood by actress and author Kathy Garver...Cissy from Family Affair. The food and wine were wonderful thanks to Pacific Catch and Gloria G.
Pres. Mike, Skip, Ben and Jerry were at LEAD Elementary School in San Mateo to present the winners of the Peace Art Contest with their certificates and prizes.
Executive Director Pat Mitchell tells us about the work of Silicon Valley FACES. They are committed to building a community free of bias, bigotry and violence by providing programs for youth that promote empathy, with the goal of improving school climate and community relations.
Joan Rosas, Superintendent for the San Mateo/Foster City School District, tells us about the current state of the school system and the plans they have for the future. Joining her are staff members Michelle Harmeier and Molly Barton.