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Atascadero

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Atascadero Lake Pavilion
9315 Pismo Avenue
Atascadero, CA  93422-4939
United States
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The club put on the Picnic in the Lake Park on 11 August 2015 to a rousing ticket sale of 625 with a possible income of $4,000.
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
Rotary International and District 5240 bestowed several recognitions on the Rotary Club of Atascadero at the District Governor's come down luncheon on June 27 in Santa Maria.  RI President Gary Huang recognized the club for our efforts to "Light Up Rotary", the theme for RY 2014/15.  District Governor Loretta Butts recognized our club two-fold.  First, the club received a Gold Club achievement award for the many activities that we did to support the five areas of service (club, community, international, vocational, and youth).  The greatest award was that our club was recognized as the Best Medium Size Club in the Vocational Service area.  Rich Johnson and his vocational committee have done a wonderful job in making vocational service one of our core strengths, and it is rewarding that the District recognized our efforts.
The transfer of DG's banner from our club to the Bakersfield Twilight club also occurred at this meeting.  Jim Bell is the DG for RY 2015/16.
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
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Upcoming Events

 
 

Speakers

Sep 02, 2015
Dianne Greenaway
Tent City After Dark
Sep 09, 2015
Hometown boys Ryun McC and Ryan McG
Club Member Craft Talks
Sep 16, 2015
Dr. John Cascamo
Ag Vocational Training at Cuesta
Sep 23, 2015
District Governor
District Governor's comments
Sep 30, 2015
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Oct 07, 2015
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Oct 14, 2015
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Oct 21, 2015
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Oct 28, 2015
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Nov 04, 2015
Dark for Atascadero/Paso game joint meeting
Joint meeting with Paso club will be held Thurs 11/5 in Paso
Nov 11, 2015
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Nov 18, 2015
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Nov 25, 2015
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Dec 02, 2015
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Dec 09, 2015
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Dec 16, 2015
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