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Simi Valley

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center
3050 E Los Angeles Ave
Simi Valley, CA  93063
United States
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Several Rotarians attended the District Conference held in Ventura this past weekend. Looks like they had some fun!
Community Hero of the Month
Every month we honor a member of the community who has given their time and talent to make the world a better place.
Our appreciation and gratitude go to these often unsung Hero's.
Julie Ellis, Principal, Vista Fundamental Elementary
 
Kathi VanEtten, Simi Valley Chamber of Commerce
 
Club Programs, Speakers, Awards, Special Moments

President Michele Neff Hernandez and her husband Michael Dare
Artis Twyman, Senior Director of Communications for the Los Angeles Rams
Rocky Rhodes, Coffee Consultant, Club Program
Fred Bauermeister, Simi Valley Free Clinic, Club Program
Lynne Kline, Rotarian of the Month
Debbie Thomas and Margie Wyatt, Soroptimist Club of Simi Valley, Club Program
Dr. Jonathan Kurohara receives his Past President Badge from President Michele Neff Hernandez
Dorina Timbol and Dr. Gregg Hartman present program on the Youth Empowerment Summit (YES!)
 
 
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STARS and STRIPES FESTIVAL-48th Annual 4th of July Celebration
 
 
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President Elect
Secretary
Treasurer
 
 

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DARK- No Meeting
Oct 24, 2017
DARK
Five Club Halloween Party
Oct 28, 2017
District Group 5
Pancake Breakfast
Oct 28, 2017
Simi Valley Senior Center
 
 

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