Welcome to Luna Vista Rotary in Woodland, California!
We Are This Close [ ] To Eradicating Polio!!
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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Winner, Winner!!
Here are all the winners from the Raffle we held in February & March of 2017.  We were able to raise over $13,000 for a contingent of non-profits here in Yolo County.  Congratulations to all the winners!

Prize            Ticket   Number      Winner   

5th Place--$50 gift certificate

Morgan's on Main Street       #2200            Kristin Grimsrud


4th Place

Oral-B-Deluxe Tooth Brush      #1353                     Mark Loomis


3rd Place

$100 gift card Toys-R-Us          #1931                      Alicia Ruiz


2nd Place

Table Top Grill                           #2714                  Stacy Christison


1st Place

$250 Nugget Market gift card    #  428                     Regina Auls


GRAND PRIZE--$2000 CASH  #2717                  Daniela Gutierrez

Club Meetings

Woodland Luna Vista
We meet Tuesdays at 6:00 PM
La Frontera Bar & Grill (New Name, Same Location)
929 Court Street
(Enter Through Side Door)
Woodland, CA  95695
United States
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Meetings & More
Lynette Andersen from the North Sacramento Club in District 5180 shared with Luna Vista the Oak Park Rotary House.  It is a single family house near UC Davis Children’s Hospital, where a family of a child may stay long term at no cost while the child receives in patient or outpatient care at the Hospital.  Lynette was the initial president of the board of directors that constructed, operates and maintains the house.  It was first envisioned in 2004.  7 Rotary clubs in the area sponsored and continue to support the house.  They broke ground in 2007, constructed it on weekends with the help of a contractor who volunteered his time and taught Rotarians how to build a house.  The first family occupied the house in 2012 with a formal partnership with UC Davis Children’s Hospital.  The house was recently featured on Fox 40 honoring Rotary’s commitment to service.  For more information, to donate, to volunteer, www.oakparkhouse.com
Greg “Coach Roz” Roezler, Executive Director, and Chip Schumacher (both Rotarians), spoke to the club about Playmakers.
Believing that coaches hold a key to building skills beyond the field, Roeszler founded The Playmakers – a non-profit organization designed to build leadership and character through sports and academics.  Founded in 2009, The Playmakers began as a summer football camp integrating football skills and character lessons. Now, after 8 years, Playmakers has evolved to provide after school and summer reading programs for at-risk youth, and an annual Summer Football Academy for regional high schools. To date, Playmakers has touched the lives of more than 2,000 students and athletes. The vision for the future is to expand to more elementary schools and spread The Playmakers curriculum on a national scale. Every city and every school district has a need to reduce bullying and class behavior incidents.
You can read Playmaker Stories that are showing us evidence that building character, self-confidence and leadership gives young students tools to diffuse difficult situations, think of others, and to know when to ask for help.
For more information about how you can help, www.theplaymakers.org
Enrique Fernandez – Woodland City Council district 4 member presented a City Update to Luna Vista.  Enrique thanked Luna Vista for its commitment to service in the community.
First Quarter Council Actions; water rate increase for the next five years, formation of ground water sustainability agency to comply with the sustainable groundwater act, new home for the boxing club, new fire chief Ms. Rebecca Ramirez, review of budget revenues, expenditures and deficits, and status of measure J.  Second Quarter Council Actions; new chief of police Mr. Luis Soler, 2035 general plan update, discussions for Community Choice Energy participation and Woodland Tree Foundation Cal Fire grant. Personal Projects of Enrique; forming civic neighborhood groups to address concerns, Workforce development joint projects with WJUSD, WCC and the city, in particular, robotics and high school internships, Infill development in the city, emphasis on development of affordable housing and design for those groups in need of smaller housing. 
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Rotary International Board adopts new zone structure
At its January 2017 meeting, the Rotary International Board of Directors adopted a new zone structure for Rotary clubs. Rotary bylaws require the Board to complete a comprehensive review of the 34 Rotary zones no less often than every eight years to ensure that each zone has an approximately equal number of Rotarians. The Board’s previous review of the zones occurred in 2008. The Board earlier approved the creation of three regional workgroups to develop rezoning proposals for Asia, Europe/Africa, and the Americas. These workgroups comprised one representative (either a current director,...
Paul Nelson
May 30, 2017
Trivial Pursuit
Lynette Ertel
Jun 06, 2017
Yolo County Real Estate Update
Craig Reynolds
Jun 13, 2017
Agave Update, Project Amigo, and Shots for Tots
Duane Ewing
Jun 20, 2017
The Year in Review
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
Upcoming Events
2017 Yolo Brew Fest!!
Save The Date!!
Saturday, September  2, 2017!
For more information and
to buy tickets click here.
Welcome From President Duane Ewing
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President Elect
Past President
Director At Large
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Club Administration/Programs
Club Service
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2016 Brewfest