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
Madame President Gloria Guzman leads her first regular meeting and her first Board meeting. This will be a great year for our club with her as our leader.
 
Courtney Coon from the Bay Area Puma Project teaches us about our local residents, the puma or mountain lion.
Michele Beasley, Executive Director of the San Mateo County Parks Foundation tells us about our local parks and what their organization does.
 
Happiness expert, Linda Shively, tells us how to relieve stress, anxiety and grief with some of her proven methods.
We learned from Donya Fahmy about how to avoid health snatchers that secretly steal your vitality.
Incoming President Gloria hosted a booth showcasing our club at the 2017 HP Palo Alto non-profit charity fair!!
Rotarian Nicholas Langlois tells about his life in Michigan, his new career and how he came to live in the Bay Area.
Our newest member, Yung Le, is inducted into our club by Asst. Gov. Dave Bertini and President Jake. He is a relationship banker at City National Bank. Welcome to San Mateo Sunrise.
Our 2nd Annual San Mateo Color 5K was held on Sunday, April 30 at the College of San Mateo. We had a great turnout of participants, vendors and sponsors. The weather even cooperated and we were treated to a wonderfully warm morning...perfect for our event. Everyone had a great time thanks to our members and our fantastic volunteers. A special thank you goes to Dignity Health Medical Group - Sequoia for being our Title Sponsor this year.
President Elect Gloria Guzman shows of the banner she received at her President's Elect Training. That banner will be displayed during her term.
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
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.

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.
 
 
Upcoming Events
 
Speakers
Alanna Miel
Jul 21, 2017
InStove
Ron Gin
Jul 28, 2017
District Governor's Visit
Allison Baca
Aug 04, 2017
Alzheimer's Association