Welcome

Santa Fe

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 11:30 AM
Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza
100 Sandoval Street
Santa Fe, NM  87501
United States
 
Speakers
Jun 02, 2016
Daryl Ratajczak, Wildlife Biologist SF Nat. Forest
Lions and Hikers and Bears, Oh My.
Jun 09, 2016
Tim Keller
State Auditor
Jun 16, 2016
Jeff Snell/CEO
International Folk Art Alliance
Jun 23, 2016
Trip Jennings/NM In Depth Editor
New Mexico Open Government/Freedom of Information
 

Want to be a Guest Speaker?

Send your info to
sfrotaryprograms@gmail.com 

 
Upcoming Events
 
 
 
 
 
 

Join us for a month of Italian cultural events!
CineFesta Italia in Santa Fe – all June long!


Benefiting Communities In Schools

Celebrare la cultura Italiana e Santa Fe
bambini e le famiglie!
Italian food, wine, art, fashion and more! 


www.cinefestaitalia.com
 

Valerie Ingram, Development Director

Communities In Schools of New Mexico
PO Box 367, Santa Fe, NM  87504-0367
505.954.1880 

vingram@cisnm.org

www.cisnm.org

 

 

 
 
Jeby, our Rotary Exchange student is ending his exchange year on May 25.  At our club meeting on May 26 we will have the chance to wish him well and to meet his father who is coming to Santa Fe to claim Jeby and to thank the club for hosting him this year.  Let’s come and give Jeby a send off.
 

 
 
You could be in this picture next year! How about it!
 
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All Santa Fe Rotary Members  !!!!
 
We need volunteers for the Santa Fe Runaround 
              on Saturday May 21, 2016
Lots of fun we will meet at the Pagoda on the Plaza from 6:30 – 7:00 am
Doughnuts and Coffee and free TEE SHIRTS
We Need your help so join us for the fun time 
RACE STARTS AT 8:30 AM
Don’t be bashful we need your help this year!!!
 
Signup sheets will be on table or email me, Bob Parker,  or Brian McPartlan
 

 
See our FaceBook page for pictures and details:
 
Tom Simon, President of the Year
Deborah Simon, Rotary District Service Award
Berardinelli Funeral Services, Rotarian Business of the Year, Rick Berardinelli
First National Bank of Santa Fe, Sonny Brown Large Business of the Year
Dick Jones Club Outstanding Active Rotarian
Santa Fe Rotary Club, Most increase in Membership
Santa Fe Rotary Club, Extra Large Club Newsletter of the Year
 
 

 
 
 

Here is a note and some photos from Andrew Lustig, member of our club (STARS) who just came back from the Jordanian boarder of Syria.  We gave him $1,000 from the Rotary Club of Santa Fe Foundation prior to his departure.  

GlobalOutreachDoctors.org

Andrew Lustig
Founder & President
Global Outreach Doctors
Skype: Globaloutreachdoctors

Andrew Lustig <andrew4health@gmail.com>

Hi Tom,
I hope you are well.
Most of our team returned from the Syria border a few days ago. There are few straggler docs still there.
Attached are some pics. If you get a chance to respond to my Facebook friend request, you’ll see the whole story!
 
Trip introduced me via email to Tore Knos http://www.disasteraidusa.com who spoke recently in Santa Fe. BTW, Rotary support is all over his webpage.
 
The generous donation from Santa Fe rotary and the apparent major funding of Tore’s group by rotary international, got me thinking a bit.
Though Tore’s board is made up of many rotarians and we are not, I wondered if GoDocs could seek Rotary international support?
Also, is it possible for me to speak and slideshow at other rotary organizations in ABQ, Denver, etc?
Would they likely be willing to make a donation do you think, or is that typically mostly for their local members?
 

 
 

News from Communities In Schools May 2016

                                                                                                                                                      
 
Prepared for La Rueda
May 2016
 
How did Los Payasos (the clowns) solve a bullying problem? Los Payasos is one of the creative ways Communities In Schools (CIS) site coordinators address serious problems in their schools. Before we finish the tale of the clowns, we want to update the Rotary Club on this year’s accomplishments, made possible, in part, through a grant from the Rotary Club of Santa Fe Foundation.
 
CIS site coordinators worked with more than 5,100 students and their families in ten public schools to ensure that students have the support they need to arrive at school rested, nourished and ready to learn. To date, 511 of those students received individualized case management services which ranged from arranging tutoring or counseling to matching families with basic needs services. One hundred of your neighbors volunteered as tutors to support these students academically. We will provide a final report for this school year later this summer which will include our statistics on student progress.
 
A story about the work CIS site coordinators do to support students comes from Dan Marotta, the coordinator at Kearney Elementary. Two sixth grade boys talked to Dan about another student in their class who was bullying them. Dan investigated by going to eat lunch with this small bilingual class which has only eleven students, five of whom are boys.
 
After watching how the boys interacted with each other, Dan talked privately with the boy who seemed to be the main bully. “He broke down crying in my office, saying he thought about his actions when he got home,” Dan reported. This boy said he didn’t know how to make friends, and that he felt bad that some of the kids would no longer eat lunch with him.
 
Dan responded by creating a boys’ group for these five students that meets once a week during lunch.  “The boys aired their grievances and apologized to each other. We discussed how to make friends and what it is that makes a good friend,” Dan said. “The goal is not for these boys to become best friends, and I constantly remind them of that. Because their class is so small and they spend all day with each other they have to learn how to treat each other with fairness and respect. According to them, the class has been much better since the group started.”
 
After the positive outcome of the group’s first meeting, Dan suggested that the group should have a name. “We sat there in silence, until finally one of them spoke up. ‘Los Payasos’ he said, and they all laughed. I asked for the translation, and they told me it means ‘the clowns.’ I don’t think there’s a more fitting name for us.”
 
The mission of Communities In Schools New Mexico at Santa Fe is to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.
 

 
 
                                     ROTARY CLUBS OF SANTA FE
 
Pancakes on the Plaza
Grant Awards 2016
 
Name of Applicant
 
Award
Assistance Dogs of the West
 
2500
Boys and Girls Club
 
775
Carlos Gilbert Parents Teachers & Kids
 
900
CASA
 
3600
Coming Home Connection
 
5400
Earth Care
 
1250
Food Depot
 
6750
Gerard's House
 
5400
Interfaith Leadership Alliance - Envision Santa Fe
 
4500
La Familia
 
4256
Lensic Performing Arts Center
 
3750
Mandela International Magnet School
 
1500
May Center
 
2500
New Mexico Center for Dental Health
 
6750
New Mexico School for the Arts
 
1250
New Mexico Suicide Intervention/Sky Center
 
6750
Ronald McDonald House Charities
 
750
Santa Fe Community Yoga Center
 
3150
Santa Fe Habitat for Humanity
 
4500
Santa Fe High School - Parent Teacher Coalition
 
1500
Solace
 
5250
St. Elizabeth Shelter
 
4500
St. Vincent Hospital Foundation
 
4200
Villa Therese Catholic Clinic
 
3750
Youth Shelter and Family Services
 
6750
Total
 
92,181
25 grants were awarded in amounts from 20% to 90% or requested amount.
 
 
 
 

 
 
These are the organizations selected by club member's votes at the last meeting in June:
 
Solace Crisis Treatment Center
Trinity Site Downwinders Documentary -- Scrubland Films
Santa Fe Search and Rescue Group
Coming Home Connection
Food Depot
Leadership Santa Fe
First Tee of Santa Fe
Santa Fe Symphony
Interfaith Community Shelter Group
New Mexico Suicide Intervention Project
Santa Fe Children's Museum
Cancer Foundation for New Mexico
 
 
 

 
 
President's Message
 
 
Thank You Rotary Business Sponsors
 
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President
Foundation President
Immediate Past President
Secretary
Treasurer
Foundation Treasurer
Club Administration Chair
Service Projects Chair
Grants Chair
RI Foundation Chair
Membership Development & Retention
Vocational Service
Youth Service
Public Relations
 
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