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SOUTHERN COMFORT

From the sprawling green of Centennial Olympic Park to the fabled tree-lined stretch of Peachtree Street, Atlanta is as grand as Gone with the Wind.

 
 

 
 
 
Rotarian Ruth gave as an interesting insight into her life professionally and with Rotary. Thank you Ruth for your many years of service with our club.
 
 
Our speaker for the week, San Jose Public Library Lucia Maria Calve talked about all the wonderful programs that our Public Library offers us, the new Village Square Library, and about their Partners in Reading Program.
 
 
Rotarian Suguna Alluri talked about an avenue of Community Outreach.
 
 
Our Interactors and the The Rotary Club of San Jose East/Evergreen, especially Nick Leon were recognized by the San Jose Unified School District Board.
 
 
 
 

 
 
Three Cheers!
 
It has been an exciting club meet last Thursday with the induction of three new and very enthusiastic members into our club.
 
Harbinder is excited about joining Rotary because he believes the group will help take his passion for service to the next level while introducing him to like-minded individuals
 
Cheerful Arpita, enjoys giving back to the community and learning about current events. She is excited to work with Rotary and meet others who share her passions!
 

Lupe Chavez has been a promising and regular visitor, and we are thrilled to have him inducted into our club. He has joined Rotary for the same reason he has started a nonprofit; to volunteer his time and efforts for a community aware organization - to help others in need. 

 
Wishing you all a very warm welcome to your Club...
 

 
 
 

Rotary Club of San Jose East/Evergreen is always looking for new members that want to give back especially to the East Side communities. We recently worked with Council Member Magdalena Carrasco and her District 5 staff at their National Night Out event August 2 at Emma Prusch Farm Park. We cooked over 1200 hamburgers and hot dogs for the attendees.

Does getting into the neighborhoods to assist our neighbors that might need a little help, interest you? Get in touch and we will discuss having you come to one of our Rotary Club meetings.

 
 
 

 
 

Why should you join a Rotary club?

With clubs in almost every country, our more than 1.2 million members embrace their diverse background and unite to exchange new ideas, apply expertise, and implement improvements that transform communities.
 
Our members work locally and partner on international projects that address today’s most pressing humanitarian challenges.
The impact our members make takes shape at Rotary club meetings and activities. These gatherings give you the chance to:
  • Change lives. You’ll have the opportunity to discuss and act upon your community’s greatest needs.
  • Connect with other passionate people. Rotary club meetings are a place to strengthen connections to friends and neighbors and form meaningful relationships that last a lifetime.
  • Invest in yourself. Many clubs offer workshops, conferences, guest speakers, and more – all aimed at helping you grow personally and professionally.
 

 
 
Club Project in India
 
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Speakers
Sep 01, 2016
Steve Samuel
Computer Aided Design Instruction by a Non-profit
Sep 08, 2016
Karl Danz
Climate Change - Ideas for Solutions
Sep 22, 2016
Carrolee Barlow, MD, PhD
Parkinson’s Institute and Clinical Center
 
Upcoming Events
 
 
Directors/Chair Persons
President - Board Member
Treasurer - Board Member
Secretary - Board Member
Director of Club Service - Board Member
Director Community Service - Board Member
Director International Service - Board Member
Director Youth Service - Board Member
Director Vocational Service - Board Member
Past President - Board Member
Membership Chair
RI Foundation Chair
Club Newsletter
Club Website