Jon & Ken's Most Excellent Adventure

The date is set and registration is open for this year's Jon and Ken's Charity Bike Ride.

Thu Oct 2 - Sat Oct 4

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Firecracker 10k HUGE Success!
Many thanks to all who
participated in this year's
hugely successful Firecracker!
Visit the FC site for results and photos:

www.SCFirecracker.org

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President Tom Hart recognizes as our August 2013 Rotarians of the Month Jason Braley and John Flaniken.

 
 
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The Rotary Club of Santa Cruz Sunrise

Santa Cruz Sunrise

District 5170

We meet Tuesdays at 7:15 AM
DeLaveaga Golf Club Rest.
401 Upper Park Road
Santa Cruz, CA  95065
United States
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Welcome to the Rotary Club of
Santa Cruz Sunrise!


2014-15 Distr. Governor
Ed Jellen
EdJellen@gmail.com


Asst. Governor Area 7
Cheryl Rebottaro
Rebottaro@comcast.net


2014-15 Club President
Rob Morse

rbm8@pge.com

July's Theme is 
Welcome New Leadership

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Enjoy this fantastic video produced by Romney Dunbar (Dunbar Productions) and starring program co-creator Peggy Alberti showing the latest look at Arts in the Afternoon.


 

 
 

Wondering what Rotary is all about?   It's hard to describe in 34 seconds, but this video will give you a good idea! 


For more information on our club, one of 33,000 Rotary Clubs around the world, feel free to peruse our website. You'll find much more information at the Rotary International website.

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Speakers

Aug 05, 2014
Dan Haifley - Harbor Anniv & Ocean Classroom
50 years safe harbor & 18 years ocean classroom (Host: J. Lezin, Det: D. Payne, Pldg: ?)
Aug 12, 2014
Kathy Bisbee
Community TV (Host: J. Barisone, Det: R. Zelon, Pldg: R. Coillot)
Aug 19, 2014
Dave Mello & guests
Camp RYLA (Host: Dave Mello, Det: T. Burke, Pldg: K. Gosling)
Aug 26, 2014
Offsite @ the Tannery Arts Center
(Host: M. Zwinakis, Det: ?, Pldg: C. Leibrock)
Sep 02, 2014
Cynthia Druley
CASA (Host: Mary Alsip, Det: ?, Pldg: A. Gibb)
Sep 09, 2014
Terry Corwin
Land Trust (Host: ?, Det: ?, Pldg: J. Booth)
Sep 16, 2014
Casey Protti
Bookshop Santa Cruz (Host: M. Zwinakis, Det: ?, Pldg: M. Zwinakis)
Sep 23, 2014
Lauren Zephro
Forensic Services (Host: K. Henderson, Det: ?, Pldg: C. Verutti)
Sep 30, 2014
Ira Pohl
UCSC Open Eduction/MooCs (Host: ?, Det: ?, Pldg: D. Campbell)
Oct 07, 2014
Obse Lubo
East African Medical Relief (Host: ?, Det: ?, Pldg: B. Shady)
Oct 14, 2014
Eric Carter
Cabrillo Culinary Program (Host: M. Zwinakis, Det: ?, Pldg: ?)
Oct 21, 2014
International Rotary Guests
(Host: ?, Det: ?, Pldg: J. Souza)
Oct 28, 2014
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Santa Cruz, CA 95061
 
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