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San Ramon Rotary Club to Celebrate 30 Year Anniversary

The Rotary will be celebrating the milestone with a meeting at the Crow Canyon Country Club on March 13.

The worldwide movement of Rotary International (www.Rotary.org) made its way to San Ramon 30 years ago with the formation of one of the first area clubs, the Rotary Club of San Ramon. 

The Club began with 22 Charter members, and had the rare distinction of sharing its “Year of Foundation” (1983) with that of the City of San Ramon itself. From its humble, but strong beginnings, the Club helped pave the way for the formation of six Rotary Clubs and thus making Rotary the largest service organization in the area. 

Today, the six local Rotary Clubs boast an impressive list of over 300 of the San Ramon Valley's elite serving together to raise funds for local, regional and international grants and service projects, as well as, to help shape the future of our community.

To commemorate this milestone, the Rotary Club of San Ramon will be celebrating the Club’s 30-year anniversary with a special gathering:

·      Thursday, March 13, 2014

·      6:00 PM

·      Crow Canyon Country Club in Danville

“This is a very special moment for our club and for Rotary in the our entire region,” said Rotary Club of San Ramon President Barry Toby. “Many of our charter members will be in attendance, and this is a great opportunity for us to honor them, and honor the Rotary footprint we started in this community 30 years ago.”

What is the Rotary Club of San Ramon?

The Rotary Club of San Ramon is a diverse group of professional men and women who share a strong fellowship and appreciation of fun and commitment to our community. The club offers many opportunities to get involved in worthwhile community service. We sponsor and participate in numerous projects locally and around the world, and we contribute more than $100,000 annually to worthy causes.

* This year SRRC raised over $70,000 on the Run for Education Online Auction - all proceeds benefitting the San Ramon Valley Education Foundation!

The Rotary motto Service Above Self conveys the humanitarian spirit of the organization’s more than 1.2 million members. Strong fellowship among Rotarians and meaningful community and international service projects characterize Rotary worldwide.

Community members are welcome to visit and join SRRC. The Club meets every Thursday, 12Noon at Crow Canyon Country Club in Danville. For information regarding membership, contact Guy Greco:Guy.Greco@herbank.com

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