August 12, 2018
From the Club Blog
Report from Patriot House Happy Hour
On August 2, 2018, members and their family along with prospective members gathered at the Patriot House gastropub for happy hour. A great time was had by all sharing pitchers of beer and tasty appetizers.
Many thanks to Stacey Poole and Dan Joraanstad for putting together this social.
How We Can Help Carr Fire Survivors
The five Redding Rotary Clubs have joined together to promote the Shasta Regional Community Foundation’s (SRCF) Community Disaster Relief Fund. Rotary District 5160 has a long partnership with SRCF and is confident in its ability to steward donations and assist with Carr Fire recovery over the long term.

Please consider a donation today. Donations should be marked #NorCalRotary and can be made by credit card online at Checks may also be sent directly to the SRCF at 1335 Arboretum Drive, Redding, CA 96003 or call 530-244-1219.
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Upcoming Events
ROTARY LUNCHEON August 14, 2018: The Arc SF - Today’s Inclusive Workforce – Are You Ready?
Kristen Pedersen, Chief of Employment & Education Services at The Arc San Francisco, will share how The Arc SF is breaking down barriers for people with developmental disabilities through new management tools, on-site job coaching and other strategies that help businesses capitalize on this untapped resource, changing corporate culture while positively impacting the bottom line.
Welcome to the Club: August 15, 2018
All members -- and especially new and prospective members -- are encouraged to attend this informal meet-and-greet at Lynn Luckow's office at Address provided to everyone who registers.
Rotaplast Bocce Ball Tournament and BBQ: August 19, 2018
Bring smiles to children around the world by participating in (or supporting) this annual fundraiser in San Rafael. This year's tournament benefits the 26th anniversary of Rotaplast.
ROTARY LUNCHEON August 21, 2018: Manuel Mollinedo and How Zoos Save Endangered Species
Manuel Mollinedo is the former director of several zoos, including the San Francisco Zoo. Manuel will talk about how accredited zoos have helped to protect endangered species. At the turn of the last century, the Bronx Zoo helped to prevent the extinction of the American Bison. More recently, the LA Zoo started working to save California Condors. Hear these and other interesting stories on how zoos help to save endangered species.
DISTRICT SEMINAR August 21, 2018: International Programs
This Learning & Leadership Development Opportunity, which will explore opportunities for international service projects, is open to Club leaders whose responsibility includes International Service.
Rotary Twlight Golf: August 23, 2018
Join The Rotary Club of San Francisco for a friendly round of golf and a chance to win our coveted Golf Trophy! Points are based on participation, not necessarily golf score, so all skill levels are welcome! Fellowship follows every outing. Tee time is 4:15.
DISTRICT PICNIC August 26, 2018: Summer Celebration!
Enjoy a BBQ lunch, fun, games, and fellowship with Rotarians, friends, and family.
SOCIAL EVENT August 30, 2018: SFMOMA
Join Rotarians and friends for a private tour of highlights at SFMOMA, one of the most important museums of modern art in the world.
ROTARY LUNCHEON September 4, 2018: Leonard Kuhi, A Star is Born & Dies
Leonard Kuhi, Professor Emeritus of Astronomy, will take us through the various stages of a star's life from its formation in interstellar clouds to its ultimate demise. Photos from the Hubble Space Telescope will illustrate these different stages.
ROTARY LUNCHEON September 11, 2018: John O'Connor, Today's Parallels with Watergate
Attorney John D. O'Connor will speak to us about parallels and contrasts between Watergate and current issues, including the "Russian Collusion" investigation and James Comey's actions both before and after the 2016 election. John is a former federal prosecutor in San Francisco during the Watergate era and the Carter Administration, and was a colleague of current Special Counsel Robert Mueller.