Frank Yoke and Tim Hornbecker are tied for first so far, with John Hoch second, but if Tyler Sterk, our guest and potential new Rotary member actually joins the club, he could take over the lead in no time. Our tourney with trophies is open to all Rotarians in the Bay Area. All level of golfers invited. Special rules this year include no more than double par. So for a par 3 hole and you’re stuck in the bunker, you can’t get more than a 6! That speeds up the round and adds to the fun! We’re looking for more golfers to join us for 9 holes and libations every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month! Fun fellowship! 
Several members of the Rotary Club of San Francisco joined scores of other volunteers at the Bayview Opera House to help Project Homeless Connect provide needed services to the homeless.
About 70 people attended President Rhonda's inaugural meeting today. After preliminaries that included a champagne toast to the 110th anniversary of the Rotary Club of San Francisco (thank you to the Sir Francis Drake for the bubbly!), President Rhonda gave an inspiring talk about her vision for the Rotary year ahead.
A group of roughly 20 members of the Rotary Club of San Francisco attended the Rotary International Convention in Toronto, Ontario from June 1 to June 5, 2019.
The Convention allowed 24,000 Rotarians worldwide to come together in celebration of the past year’s successes and to look forward to the next year’s theme, Be the Inspiration