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Simi Valley

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center
3050 E Los Angeles Ave
Simi Valley, CA  93063
United States
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Thanks to our members Virginia Hayward, Tristian Rodriguez, and Naveen Sangwan for volunteering to build the Rotary float for the Rose Parade this year!

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Over 300 bikes were built and given to children in need throughout our community.

 

 
 

 

 

 
 

Do you recognize these Rotarians?

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Rotarians from the three Simi Valley clubs joined together to prepare Camp Rotary to prepare for the Youth Empowerment Summit (YES!). The event will take place on Saturday November 8th and includes educational and motivational programs for youth.
 

 

 

 

 
 
 

Another fun event with Deb Wollum, our chair for 20 years! at the Senior Center Pancake Breakfast. Proceeds got to provide meals for seniors.

 

 

 
 

Please click on the link for the story:

http://www.vcstar.com/news/local-news/simi-valley/rotary-club-of-simi-valley-distributes-constitution-copies-to-eighthgraders_06611102

Great article in the VC Star about the Constitution Day. Thank you again Rosie Runion and Bob Huber for making this happen. The kids loved it and I think the Rotarians had fun too!

 

 

 
 

Beautiful day and lot's of fun at the Getty for our club field trip 8-23-2014

 

 

 
 

Fun day at our Polio Plus presentation last week. Indian food and Indian clothing to celebrate India declared Polio free! There is still much work to do in Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Nigeria- the three endemic countries. Click here to learn more and to make your contribution to END POLIO NOW! http://www.endpolio.org

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We had a blast at our first Grill Master Grill-Off 2014-2015! Thanks to our Grill Masters Hal Ward, Mike McGuigan, and Gary Whitney with help from Becky McGuigan and Pam Whitney. Special thanks to Sharon Austel for graciously offered her home as a beautiful venue and to Barbara Frova, Michele Neff-Hernandez and committee for making this a great evening.

 

 
 

 

 

 
 
 

What an incredible show! Here are a few e-mails from the community: “Thank you for a wonderful show!!” Jake, “Oh boy, what a fireworks show this July 4th!” Cheryl
“The fireworks show this year was absolutely amazing.” Alice

From the Rotary Club of Simi Valley---Thank you Darryl Nind and MaryAnn Lewis-Moldavon for Co-Chairing the 45th Annual Rotary Club of Simi Valley Fireworks Extravaganza!!!!

 

 

 

 

 
 

 The Simi Valley Street Fair is a wonderful community event. Here are a few of our members having fun at the event.

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Fun and friendship was had by all at our Paul Harris Celebration. Our Guest Speaker, Brenda Cressey, Endowment/Major Gift Adviser at The Rotary Foundation, was wonderful and accompanied by her husband Dick.
 

 
 
 
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Speakers

Apr 28, 2015
B. Scott Farrenkopf
"Rotation Innovation"
May 12, 2015
Jill Marie Carre
Chocolats du CaliBressan
Jul 04, 2015
 

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