Rotary Club of Terra Linda

"Service Above Self"

 

 

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Welcome to our Club!

Terra Linda

Service Above Self

Most Tuesdays at 12:15 pm
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Embassy Suites Hotel (Ross Room)
101 McInnis Parkway, San Rafael, CA 94903
San Rafael, CA  94903
United States
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AT THE GONG 
 
President Randy struck the gong at 12:21. Anne led the pledge and addressed recent sad events with three quotes: “Nothing is easier than to denounce the evildoer; nothing is more difficult than to understand him.” – Dostoevsky. “I can’t get into the mind of a psychopath at this point.” – Sheriff Joe Lombardo.  “I’m free falling.” – Tom Petty)
 
We are always looking for interesting and engaging speakers for our Club Meetings. If you know of one or wish to speak contact Marty Malkin @ mjmlaw2@gmail.com. Send Marty a short subject description and Speaker contact information and he will get back to you. 
Make sure that you update your profile to insure that we email the Observer to you at the right email address, and that the Club has other information about you and your membership. To update your profile  click on the Member Area tag in the upper right of the Home Page, click on Active Members in the box to the right, then select your name.
Want to know when you are scheduled to do Meeting Set Up and what you are supposed to do? Click on "Set Up Schedule" on the Home Page Download Files to check when you are scheduled, and Click on Set Up Duties on Site Pages for information on Meeting Set Up, Member Moment, Observer and other Commitments.
 
 
Speakers and Meetings
Frank Mayhew
Oct 31, 2017
The Appye School for Girls, Uganda
 

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