Welcome to Luna Vista Rotary in Woodland, California!
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We, the members of Luna Vista Rotary Club, are committed to service, both locally and globally. Our purpose is to influence, positively, our community through our activities, charitable projects, and fellowship. Our passion and energy will encourage others to join us and support our efforts in the spirit of "Service Above Self."
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Meetings & More
President Duane summarized the 2016-2017 year, a review and celebration of what Luna Vista has accomplished. Programs centered on
* Member Activities,
* Community,
* RI and District Education,
* International endeavors, and
* Club Business.  
Speakers about our community were the majority of the programs presented. He also summarized a list of community service provided by the club.  It is astounding listing the involvement our club members are in. 
Duane presented his favorite club accomplishments for the year.  These include the formation of a School Based Interact club with the sunrise club, successfully moving the Brewfest to downtown, growing new membership types, and the John Germ Presidential Citation.
Board members were acknowledge and thanked each for their year of service by Duane with the cookbook  "Rotarian Flavors of the World ". He concluded with his support for incoming President Tom Richardson. Duane 
Craig Reynolds shared with Luna Vista is passion for Project Amigo, supporting educational needs of disadvantage children in Colima, Mexico and his need to help fund it by growing Agave for tequila.
Project Amigo transforms lives through education.  .  It was formed in 1984 and became a US non profit in 1996.  The goal is to support children of Colima, Mexico to reach their highest potential by providing educational opportunities, material support, enrichment activities and medical services. 
Project Amigo owes both its beginnings and its longevity to the “service above self” contributions of thousands of Rotarians and Rotary clubs.  It was an official international service “project” of the Rotary Club of Novato, CA between 1996 and 2002. Today it is an independent public charity and asociacion civil recognized in United States, Canada, and Mexico.
Project Amigo’s mission is to support youth in Colima, Mexico to create their own educational opportunities and better their quality of life. It offers opportunities for international, life-changing service to those of greater means which is a perfect match for serving significantly, generously and effectively beyond oneself.
 Individuals, Rotarians and Rotary clubs can:
  • Sponsor primary children in the Incentive Program; encourage Club participation in the Sponsorship program
  • Sponsor secondary youth or college young adults through the Scholarship Program; encourage Club participation in the Scholarship program
  • Serve with us in Mexico on a Humanitarian Service Work Week
  • Bring your entire Club down for a Humanitarian Service Work Week!
  • Invite Project Amigo representatives to make a presentation to your Rotary club
  • Develop club or district grants to fund the purchase of books for our ongoing Literacy program
  • Contribute to various “special need” campaigns that arise each year
Craig Reynolds shared his experience of growing blue agave in the Colima Highlands of Mexico to produce Dos Volcanes spirits (tequila).  He started this in 2006 to help finance Project Amigo, provide scholarships to students and support families with their children’s education. For more information about Dos Volcanes http://www.dosvolcanesmezcal.com
For more information about Project Amigo, to donate, to volunteer, http://www.projectamigo.org/
Our own Lynette Ertel, Associate at RE/MAX Gold in Davis, CA shared with the club the status of Real Estate in Yolo County.  She discussed trends in sales, pricing and financing.  Sales are generally down and prices up.  High prices have still not reached the record highs for the area years ago.  Financing is plentiful and creative, with many more lenders in the market.  Median home ownership has gone from 3.5 years in 2008 to 8.5 years in 2016.  
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Club Meetings

Woodland Luna Vista
We meet Tuesdays at 6:00 PM
La Frontera Bar & Grill
929 Court Street
(Enter Through Side Door)
Woodland, CA  95695
United States
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We Are Dark
Jun 27, 2017
No Meeting - Duane's Demotion
No Meeting
Jul 04, 2017
Happy 4th of July!
President Tom Richardson
Jul 11, 2017
New Year Address
Ute, Victoria, & Nick
Jul 18, 2017
From Russia With Love
Kara Hunter
Jul 25, 2017
New Member Bio
Danielle Wogulis
Aug 01, 2017
New Member Bio
Chief Rebecca Ramirez
Aug 08, 2017
Woodland Fire Chief
Upcoming Events
2017 Yolo Brew Fest!!
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Saturday, September  2, 2017!
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2016 Brewfest