WELCOME TO
ROTARY CLUB OF
OAKLAND NO. 3
 
UPCOMING PROGRAMS
May 26, 2016
Jun 02, 2016
Norma Ambriz, President
Merritt College
Jun 09, 2016
Risa Nye, author
There Was a Fire Here: A Memoir
Jun 16, 2016
Daniel Schacht
Happy Birthday to You: The World's Most Popular Song and the Lawsuit that Set It Free
Jun 23, 2016
Lanenna Joiner - CEO, Feelmore
Behind the scenes in the adult industry
 
COMMITTEE MEETINGS
 

Contact Info

Rotary Club of Oakland
1736 Franklin Street, Suite 200
Oakland, CA 94612

Telephone: 510-451-2120
www.oakland-rotary.org

Executive Director:
Pat Williams, ext. 10
pat@oakland-rotary.org
 
 
 
This is where business meets community service. Oakland Rotary regularly brings together a large and diverse group of civic, business, and professional leaders with an interest in service, networking and fellowship.
 
What's Happening in Oakland Rotary

The Comedy of Errors by William Shakespeare (Gritty City Repertory Youth Theater)  May 19, 2016

( Opening Night 8:00 P.M.)

http://www.grittycityrep.org/#!comedy-of-errors/c9nt

Ticket price: $25.00

 

 
 
 
Welcome to luscious white sand, deep blue water, pounding sunshine, and scorching hot nightlife: 
our latest Shakespearean escapade transports you to the playgrounds of Miami Beach! 
This raucous comedy of twin misadventure, set in the land of Mojitos, Montecristos, and Mamacitas, is sure to add some sizzle to your spring!
 
 
Never Stop Exploring by High Adventure
Upcoming Fun and Adventure
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
                                                                                                
 

There are tickets still available for the following games.

Please contact Tom Limon - tomlimon@gmail.com

 

 

Friday, May 20th vs the New York Yankees at 6:35 p

Grease the Movie Fireworks Night

Cost $55 per person

30 out of 80  Tickets Available, Section 211

FREE BBQ Tailgate before the game

(Seats are adjacent to the West Side Club overlooking 1st Base)

 

 

Tuesday, May 31st vs the Minnesota Twins at 7:05 p

FREE PARKING sponsored by Chevy

Cost $15 per person

A Good Number of Tickets Available, Field Level Seats

 

 

Thursday, June 30th vs the San Francisco Giants at 7:05 p

Battle of the Bay

 

SOLD OUT

 

Reserve your Tickets Today

To reserve, please contact Tom Limon at tomlimon@gmail.com or call 510-333-2846.

Please deliver payment to the Rotary Office.  Make checks payable to Oakland Rotary Club,

& please indicate on your check the number of tickets and games you are attending.

 

 

Oakland Rotary Volunteers Make KinderPrep Zoo field trip a success

On April 26, 2016 eleven buses each holding 70 students and chaperones descended on the Oakland Zoo.  Twenty three Oakland Rotary volunteers escorted them to and around the grounds and served lunch.  The weather was gorgeous and a great time was had by all.  The hardest working folks were the goats in the contact area who had their busiest day ever.  Thanks to Oakland Rotarian and Zoo docent  Michael Bruck for helping keep them on their feet.  Next comes Fairyland on May 20.  If you'd like to attend the high energy and fun event sign-up here.  http://goo.gl/forms/NwtyzVB5sf
 

 
 
 
Rotary’s strength comes from the combined efforts of business and professional people who want to give back to the community and who want to meet and work with other like-minded people. It is the place where business meets community service. To learn more about membership in Oakland Rotary, please contact Pat Williams our Executive Director or Mary Lowery, Erin McGlynn or John Dolby, co-chairs Membership Recruiting Committee.
 
Officers
President
Treasurer
Secretary
Vice President
Executive Director
 

* * * * Club Meeting * * * *

We meet Thursdays at 12:10 PM
California Ballroom (2nd floor)
1736 Franklin St.
Oakland, CA  94612-3423
Club Bulletin >>
 

COMMITTEE NEWS

Youth & Education Committee's New Project

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This year, the Youth and Education Committee will be undertaking support of a new Oakland Unified School District program for pre-kindergarteners, called Transitional Kindergarten, which is the first new grade level since the 1870s. This will be a key educational program to get kids started learning early, which is crucial to later success.

 

Saroni-Lena Scholarship Winners
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Saroni-Lena Scholarship Committee member Vincent Mok introduced five outstanding scholarship recipients for the 2012-2016 time period. Students holding flowers (from left) are Jalissa Tello, Gabriel Kardener, Angelica Pardo, and Stephanie Hang. Missing was Angela McNeal. The committee wishes to thank Rotarians for their contributions to ORE that funded these scholarships.