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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
Feb 29, 2024
At Deepali's
Mar 07, 2024
The Creek
Mar 09, 2024
At Sophie's Grill
Mar 14, 2024
Foothill School
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Birthdays & Anniversaries

Member Birthdays
Binta Patel
February 28
Join Date
Richard Dorsay
February 1, 2005
19 years
Ruth Ashford
February 1, 2002
22 years
Parina Tanna
February 16, 2023
1 year

2024 Crab Feed - March 9th

Community in Action

January 15, 2024
We partnered with the newly charted Rotary Club - SF Bay Area as well as the California Native Plant Society for a fun and rewarding volunteer event at Lake Cunningham Park. Kids and adults of all ages participated in a weed removal project to beautify our community space. Together, we learnt about the importance of environmental stewardship while enjoying the outdoors. Gloves and tools were provided. Let's continue to make a positive impact on our local environment and create a cleaner, greener space for all to enjoy!

Cleanup at Lake Cunningham Park in East San Jose

We learned how to tell plants we want to keep from invasive weeds.
Let's use wheelbarrows - much easier than carrying!

Focus in February

Rotary International

Rotary celebrates 119th anniversary
The month of February is very special in the Rotary calendar because it includes the anniversary of the first meeting of Rotary held on February 23, 1905, now designated as the World Understanding and Peace Day.
Rotary's goal of worldwide peace and tolerance has been an unwavering pursuit: conducting global forums, hosting international peace symposiums, advancing peace through its 60-year collaboration with the UN, as well as grassroots initiatives such as the Rotarian Action Group for Peace.

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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