Rotary Club of San Jose East/Evergreen

Welcome to our Club! Chartered Sep 12, 1966

San Jose East/Evergreen

Small and Mighty

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 12:00 p.m.
varies
San Jose, CA
United States of America
 

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Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Nick Leon
    July 31
Join Date:
  • Audrey Clark
    July 1, 1999
    25 years
  • David Cortese
    July 1, 1989
    35 years
  • Diane Truong
    July 1, 2021
    3 years
  • Greg Calkins
    July 1, 2013
    11 years
  • Adrian Diaz
    July 2, 2003
    21 years
  • Robbie Izat
    July 11, 2012
    12 years
  • Disha Vij
    July 27, 2023
    1 year
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RI President-elect Stephanie Urchick celebrates the magic of Rotary.
She says members create that magic with every project completed, every dollar donated, and every new member of Rotary.
 

Rotary International President-elect Stephanie Urchick announced that the 2024-25 presidential theme is The Magic of Rotary and called on members to recognize and amplify the organization’s power to save lives.

“Don’t misunderstand me – we are not going to end polio or bring peace to the world by waving a wand and saying some funny words,” Urchick told incoming district governors at the Rotary International Assembly on 8 January. “It’s up to you. You create the magic with every project completed, every dollar donated, and every new member.”

 

Messages of peace and progress, anticipation for 2025 convention in Calgary inspire attendees

By Etelka Lehoczky and John M. Cunningham
 
 
After five days of friendship, excitement, and cultural connections, the 2024 Rotary International Convention in Singapore ended with a focus on the future. Speakers emphasized Rotary’s continuing mission to promote peace and goodwill and previewed next year’s gathering in Calgary, Canada.
 
Fostering understanding was a central theme of the day, as Rotary Peace Fellows María Antonia Pérez and Clara-Valentine Tigenoah celebrated the 25th year since the Rotary Peace Centers program was announced.
 
“To believe in peace is to have hope, and to do so, one must be both stubborn and optimistic, and be eager to persist and make a difference,” Pérez said. Rotary International President R. Gordon R. McInally emphasized Rotary’s long-standing commitment to building peace and noted that the topic has been a key interest almost since Rotary began.
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