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Welcome to our Club! Chartered Sep 12, 1966

San Jose East/Evergreen

Small and Mighty

Thursdays at 12:00 p.m.
San Jose, CA
United States of America
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Meetings / Speakers
Jun 15, 2024
Rise Against Hunger
Jun 20, 2024 4:30 PM
Fun and Cheers for Outgoing President Deepali and Incoming President Francesca
Jun 27, 2024
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Birthdays & Anniversaries

Member Birthdays
David Cortese
June 3
Marianne Ezell
June 5
Audrey Clark
Ray (deceased) Clark
June 16
Join Date
Nick Leon
June 1, 1995
29 years
Marisa Otto
June 26, 2004
20 years

RI Convention News

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.

2024-25 Rotary Theme


RI Focus in May

Youth Service Month

Youth Service Month is a special time in Rotary. Throughout the month of May, members of Rotary clubs, Rotaract, Interact, and those involved in Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) and Rotary Youth Exchange celebrate the opportunities Rotary provides to connect, grow through service, develop leadership skills, mentor or be mentored, and have fun.
Our club sponsors 6 Interact Clubs and will send 6 Interactors to Camp RYLA Sunday, June 23 to Friday, June 28. DON'T MISS - BBQ Invitational June 27, 5PM
About RYLA
Each year, thousands of young people, ages 14-17, are chosen for their leadership potential. Rotary clubs and districts select participants for this week long camp each year.
High school students from around the Bay Area are selected to attend RYLA for their leadership skills demonstrated at school or in the community.
These students receive scholarships to our week-long leadership camp where they learn skills about how to become better leaders, build better friendships, and how to actively apply what they have learned at camp to their lives, schools, and communities.

RI President Gordon McInally

Rotary International President R. Gordon R. McInally called for members to capture the world's attention and lead the way toward possibilities far beyond our current expectations.
"The goal is to restore hope — to help the world heal from destructive conflicts and, in turn, to help us achieve lasting change for ourselves,"

What DO we stand for?

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Sara Calkins
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