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Vista

We make great things happen in our Community

We meet Tuesdays at 05:30 PM
Vista Village Pub
224 Main St
Vista, CA  92084
United States
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Home Page Stories
Vista Rotary members helped deliver Thanksgiving meals to needy families  in Vistaheart
Vista Rotary served dinner at Operation Hope Vista a year round shelter for families Nov 29 2016
 
    On Tuesday August 16 Rotarians from District 5340 gathered for a night of fellowship at Paradise Point Resort. Vista Rotary represented with seven members in attendance John Viereck (President) Greg Schumacher (President Elect) Tim Aspell (Secretary) Barbra Lebsock (membership) Paul Phillips (community service) Dino Gunkel and Jack Dausman.  District Council is a time when fellow Rotarians get to know and meet other Rotary Club members and talk about what they are doing and possibly how they can collaborate together on a project, and also say thanks for all the great things they are doing to make their community better, and also across international borders to make this world a better place for all.
Thank You District 5340 for a great night! Keynote speaker Chief of Police Shelly Zimmerman was fantastic, M/C Courtney Kennedy (Coast Guard) did a great job and Benjamin Plache sang the national anthem amazingly inspiring.
On Saturday August 6, 2016 Rotary District 5340 held its first district wide service project at Feeding America San Diego.
Nearly 100 District 5340 Rotarians volunteered there time to help check expiration dates and sort food for distribution to local food pantry.
John Viereck (Club President) and Jack Dausman from Vista Rotary helped check expiration dates.
Our 2016 demotion party for outgoing president Mac Ghaderpanah was held at Medhi's home.
THIS TUESDAY JUNE 7 WE ARE INSTALLING 3 NEW MEMBERS,
RICHARD SHARP
BOB THOMPSON
BARBARA LEBSOCK 
 
INSTALLING THE NEW MEMBERS WILL BE LARRY SUNDRAM, PAST VISTA ROTARY PRESIDENT AND PAST DISTRICT GOVERNOR
How many Rotarians does it take to change a light bulb ?
 
April 30 was the Rotarians At Work day worldwide doing something in their community.  This year, the Vista Rotary revitalized the drama room, stage, carpets, and all the ceiling lights at the Vista Boys & Girls Club.

We have moved to a new home at the Vista Village Pub. We feel this move will allow the club to get deeper in the community and help support local business as well.  We are excited to partner with Leroy Tardy and help take rotary into a new direction for the future.
 
We hope you join us for meetings starting in July as our new president Mac Ghaderpanah takes controlls for the next year
 
 
 
 
Speakers and Programs
Operation Hope Vista
Jul 25, 2017
Serving Dinner at Operation Hope Vista
Tom Karlo
Aug 08, 2017
The importance of local news and the non-profit business model that has helped KPBS succeed.
 
 

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