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Rotary Club of San Marino
California, USA


Gilda Moshir

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Gilda Moshir, President
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Club Mailing Address:Club Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 80301
San Marino, CA 91118

Luncheon Meeting, August 25, 2016
Speaker: Lu De Sylva, Distist Governor
San Marino Community Church
Fellowship Hall
1750 Virginia Road
San Marino, CA 91108.

August 25, 2016 Rotoscope
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President’s Message for August, 2016

Dear fellow Rotarian,

I was inspired by fellow Rotarian, Shel Capeloto, from the Pasadena Rotary club whom I met at PETS, his first meeting was about him, the newsletter shared his story and I thought this would be a good chance to tell you more about my background – something like a craft talk.  If you are not a Rotarian yet, come by and join us for lunch on a Thursday at the beautiful San Marino Community Church Fellowship Hall and hear speakers talk about a variety of subjects and learn what a craft talk is and how in this tech savvy world, we enjoy each other’s company on a weekly basis.      MORE

Instructions and Application
San Marino Rotary Charities Grants Application and Instructions
Bill Steele Mini Grants Application | About Mini Grants


  The Rotary Foundation Contributions
To set up a recurring contribution to The Rotary Foundation, click here.
(Requires your username and password for My Rotary on the Rotary International website.  Your total annual contribution must equal $100 to qualify as a Sustaining Member.)

Sports Car Digest Article abou the San Marino Motor Classic

From Rotary International
Article - Think Before You Give (June, 2016)

Video from Rotary International
What 30-Somethings need to know about Rotary

Gaelen Stanford-Moore - Global Scholar

May, 2016 News from Jennifer

Gaelen is the second District 5300 Global Grants Scholar named this year! While she is from South Pasadena (her grandparents have lived in San Marino for 50 years), our Rotary Club sponsored her application.   Biography

In the picture, from left to right, are: Bill Payne, San Marino Rotary Global Grant Scholar chair; Randy Pote, District Governor, District 5300; Gaelen Stanford-Moore; Marilyn Diaz, District 5300 Global Grant Scholar chair; Diane O'Neal, District Global Grant Scholar committee member; and Mike Driebe, San Marino Rotary Club president

Photo/Video Gallery
San Marino Motor Classic, June 12, 2016
Fountation Luncheon
38th Annual Paul Harris Fellow Recognition Luncheon, 3/24/16
Rotary on the Town Chinese New Year 2/18/16_
Chili Cookoff 2/11/16
More Photos

San Marino Motor Classic, June 12, 2016

2016 Art Contest

Video by Grace Yang

Fountation Luncheon

Video by Grace Yang

38th Annual Paul Harris Fellow Recognition Luncheon, 3/24/16
Photos by Michelle Cox

Rotary on the Town Chinese New Year 2/18/16

Photos by Isaac Hung

Chili Cookoff 2/11/16
Photos by Isaac Hung

Where We Meet

Our club meets on Thursdays at 12:10 pm at the San Marino Community Church, Fellowship Hall, 1750 Virginia Road, San Marino, CA 91108.  Parking is available in the lot south of the church.  Map

The Rotary Club of San Marino was chartered on April 12, 1939. Our Club has 100 members. We sponsor Interact Clubs at San Marino High School and Southwestern Academy.

The City of San Marino is approximately 9 miles east of downtown Los Angeles and is the home of The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens. Many or our local programs and activities support the San Marino Unified School District.

San Marino Rotary's Centennial Clock Projectt

San Marino Rotary's Centennial Clock Project

More information about the project....

The Time Capsule buried adjacent to the Clock will be opened on July 4, 2039 - Save the Date!

How to See a Record of Your Foundation Contributions

Go to the Rotary International Website www.rotary.org 
Click on "Member Access" (top right)
Click on "Register Now" (middle of page)
You will need 3 numbers and your e-mail address
District number: 5300
Club number: 803
Your Rotary ID Number: (It is on the mailing label of your Rotarian Magazine.
The 8 digit number at the beginning of the second line is your ID number.
The Club Secretary has your number)
After entering the information you see a menu where you can check you contributions. You can set your own username and password for future access.




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