October 14, 2018
From the Club Blog
Rotary in the Italian Heritage Parade
Each year, The Rotary Club of San Francisco celebrates Italian Heritage by carrying 150 flags in the annual parade, representing some of the countries where Rotary serves in the world. Blue Angels fly overhead, and this year as in years past, the sky was a perfect blue.
LUNCHEON MEETING MINUTES October 2, 2018: Leah Garchik
President Rhonda Poppen welcomed all of our visiting Rotarians and guests to the city of San Francisco, noting that the City itself is the focus of today's speaker. 
Anniversary T-Shirt Now on Sale
Our Club is celebrating the 110th anniversary of its founding this year. Celebrate with us by purchasing this commemorative shirt. Orders will be taken through October 15, 2018Availability extended: You can now order until October 23!
Upcoming Events
Dinner Club at The Arc: October 15, 2018
Enjoy the opportunity to make dinner and share it with new friends at The Arc. Rotarians are invited to join the fun at one dinner a month: come once, or make it a regular commitment! Open to family and friends who are over 18.
ROTARY LUNCHEON October 16, 2018: Dan Devone, Game Changer
Dan Devone, Emmy award-winning sportscaster, will talk about the intersection of sports and politics. He will discuss how sports has served as a platform for issues such as racism and nationalism.
ROTARY LUNCHEON October 23, 2018: John Rothmann on the Election
KGO 810 radio talk show host and political commentator John Rothmann, one of our most popular speakers, will discuss his thoughts about the upcoming election and other current political events. John always welcomes our questions.
SERVICE OPPORTUNITY October 24, 2018: Project Homeless Connect
Help Project Homeless Connect provide comprehensive services to more than 1,000 homeless people at their 72nd Community Day of Service at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. Several different shifts are available. Deadline for registration is October 15.
CLUB SOCIAL October 30, 2018: Mingle at Golden Gate Tap Room
Join us at the Golden Gate Tap Room for a no-host fellowship event. Costumes encouraged. The Golden Gate Tap Room offers a variety of beverages and games. This event is open to all members and their guests, including prospective members.
ROTARY LUNCHEON November 6, 2018: PDG Russ Ketron - Polio and TRF
Past District Governor Russ Ketron, a Polio survivor, will give us an update on the End Polio Now campaign and other key activities of The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International (TRF).
ROTARY LUNCHEON November 13, 2018: Veterans Day Tribute
Club member Rick Harrell will lead a group of performers, including Veterans, in a selection of songs and poetry that recognize the challenges and contributions made by our Veterans. This is sure to be an inspiring event.