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
Aug 04, 2016
Dave Dannenberg - SF County Open Space Program
Status of the County's Open Space and Trails
Aug 11, 2016
Carolyn Parrs (tentative)
Women as Game Changers
Aug 18, 2016
Aug 25, 2016
 

Want to be a Guest Speaker?

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sfrotaryprograms@gmail.com 

 
Upcoming Events
 
 
 
 
 
 
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. There will be more information coming later about the details of our recent event. But here are some of the pictures of what went on.

Remembering pancakes on the plaza 2016

Mayor Gonzales and Governor Susanna Martinez are enthusiastic supporters.

Member Bill Scruggs displays his bunting in unusual places.

2015-16 President Tom Simon hands off duties to incoming 2016-17 President Ed Burkle at the June 30, 2016 meeting.

Interact Club received Presidential Citation June 30, 2016.

 

 
 
You could be in this picture next year! How about it!
 
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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
 
 

 
 
                                     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
 
Club Executives & Directors
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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