NEW CLUB ON THE CENTRAL COAST!

Planting of 100 Oak Trees at Johnson Ranch Open Space.
The Central Coast Passport Club offered up assistance to Rotary de Tolosa for help with site prep for the planting of 100 Oak trees at Johnson Ranch Open Space. 

Rotary Passport Club Globe Trotter Curtis Reinhardt is here in East Africa in February 2018 with incoming Rotary President Barry Rassin. Where in the world is Curtis this week?
The Rotarian Magazine is distributed each month to over 1 million Rotarians internationally.  Charter member of Rotary Passport, Kim Bisheff (Lisagor), had her article, "Join Rotary Four Times" published in the January 2018 edition.  
 
This article is a great introduction to Rotary and why you should join Rotary Passport Club of the Central Coast.  
 
 
District Governor John Weiss
at our quarterly meeting January 27, 2018
 
 
This morning over 100 children that were identified by their teachers and principals as needing cloths had their needs met.  Three Passport Rotarians joined over 100 other Rotarians and family members at Kohls Department store for a 6am shopping spree and full breakfast at Embassy Suites Hotel with parents.
 
Passport Rotarians donated funds to cloth 7 of the children.  Thank you Rotary de Tolosa for this favorite  annual community project.
 
My kindergartener at first told me she did not like to run.  Imagine that.  We traded her black strapped poorly fitting dress shoes for sparkling pink high top sneakers.  She was last seen running all around the Embassy Suites Hotel.
 
Today.... Rotary Passport Club joined Rotary de Tolosa in making a difference.
 
 
 
The  Brand New Rotary Passport Club of the Central Coast is committed to serving our communities.  Averaging over 22 hours a month on community service per member, time has been donated to Rotary Clubs, Lions Clubs, Kiwanis Clubs, community based non profits, parks, schools, churches, a clinic that provides free healthcare to the uninsured and more. The satisfaction  comes from helping people in all walks of life including many our members will never meet.  Truly Service Above Self.  If you have a service project you would like our members to know about go the Project Link on the lower left of our home page.  If you have a fund raiser use the same form to let our Members and Web Page visitors now about it. 
 
PASSPORT Clubs are a new type of Rotary Club encouraged and established by Rotary International. For decades Rotary has maintained membership at 1.2 million members. Passport Clubs provide a unique 21st Century option for Rotary Membership. 
 
The research on retention from RI found members often left due to a “T”. Our target members are former Rotarians that may have left for one of the “T’s” = Time, Treasure and/or Tradition. Also, we will seek out new Rotarians who love the concept of Rotary Service but have a challenge with use of time, treasure or club traditions. 
 
As stated in our bylaws, we will not solicit current Rotary members. If a Rotarian is interested, we ask they contact their club to discuss their reasons for a potential change. Rotary Passport Members are full-fledged Rotarians but with different obligations.
Our footprint is all of Rotary District 5240 Region 4 (SLO County and North SB County/Santa Maria area).
 
The Passport Club is a service based club that will serve its many communities and other Rotary Clubs by donating time and supporting Club Fundraisers. In short, Passport Clubs offer more volunteer opportunities and fewer meetings.
 
There are Four General Membership Meetings per year. We have a regularly scheduled monthly board meetings followed by a social. All members are welcome at both meetings. Additional Rotary volunteer opportunities will occur throughout the month.
 
The Passport Club will post service projects from Rotary Clubs within our footprint along with projects from other non-profits. The club’s goal is to select one project a month as a club wide project and encourage full club participation. Additional volunteer opportunities will be announced so our members can participate individually, as a group or as a company or business. Members have an annual 60-hour commitment which in addition to service projects can include participation and/or support of non-profit fundraisers, non-profit board involvement and more.
 
 
 
Rotary Passport Club of the Central Coast   It is all about giving back.
Jim Eaton-805-550-8970           Gil Igleheart  805-995-1015
rpccc5240.org
 

New Meeting Information

Monthly Socials and Quarterly Meetings
Check Calendar for Dates and Location
Will Vary around the Area
SLO County, CA
United States of America
 
 
Service Hours
 
Volunteer hours logged last month: 
 
720
 
Year to date: 
 
6241
 
 
Would your club like to request volunteers or fundraising support from the Rotary Passport Club of the Central Coast? Apply here
 
 
Club Executives & Directors
President
President-Elect
Past President
Secretary
Chair • Club Service
Chair • Int'l Service
Chair • Community Service
Chair • Membership
Chair • Public Relations
Director
Chair • Foundation
Sgt-At-Arms