WELCOME TO
ROTARY CLUB OF
OAKLAND NO. 3
 
UPCOMING PROGRAMS
Feb 18, 2016
Dr. Joseph Marshall
Alive and Free
Feb 25, 2016
Mar 10, 2016
Sherry Huss, Maker Media
We are all makers
Mar 17, 2016
Greg Kloehe
Tiny Houses in Oakland
Mar 24, 2016
Frances Dinkelspiel, author
Tangled Vines - Greed, Murder, and an Arsonist in the Vineyards of California
Apr 07, 2016
 
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
 

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How to have Fun with Children and Family Without Getting Wet!

Where


Great Western Power Co.
520 20th St. Oakland, CA 94612
Phone: 510-452-2022

 


Time & Place

Saturday 20, 2016
10:00 AM to 12:00 PM 


 
 
 
 
Click the link below to purchase tickets!
 
Ticket price includes an Eventbrite processing fee of 3% ($125.00 Plus $ 7.87)
 
 
 
 
 
 
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.