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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  94401
United States

(415) 760-8202
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Home Page Stories
Thank you CEO, Sharon Winston for sharing how Project HIRED (non-profit) helps individuals with disabilities to gain and sustain employment. For more information on how you may help one in need: www.projecthired.org.
President Sylvia addresses the membership and tells an inspirational story about geese and how they help each other.
Shahida Subedar tells us why insurance is important. She also answered a lot of our questions.
Local author John Christgau, talks to us about his podcast about the “Payless Murders” that occurred on 1979.
Here are photos of today's delivery of children's booksto the Bayside Stem Academy. What is special about today'sevent is that the classroom teacher is Cristal Dahl, Skip's granddaughter in her first year as a teacher.

USF professor Bill Hing tells us about immigration law and the changes with the current administration.

Founder Lisa Blanchard tells us about the great things that the Grateful Garment Project is doing and how we can help.

Please Welcome our newest Club Rotary Member James Patrice! We are excited to have James join our Club.
Past President Mike told us about his trip to see the total solar eclipse in Oregon and how seeing it made him an umbraphile ....an eclipse chaser.
Great Rotary evening event at Jim and Janet’s home! Thank you both for hosting! TinaMarie received a nice gift basket for her hard work with Bacon & Brew event!!
DG nominee Sue Rokaw tells us about the RYLA program and its positive effects on the young people that are privileged to participate In the 3 day program.
Bycha and Ken tell us about their trip to Nicaragua to install an H2Open Doors water system. Bycha also told us about another project that brought artificial hand/arms to those in need in the area.
Mari Hethcoat giving an orientation to new 2017 Youth Exchange students from Germany, France, Italy, Austria and Spain on Saturday, Sept 9 in Atherton, CA. 
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