Upcoming Events

Rotary Club Luncheon: Salute to the Service Academy Appointees
June 4th 2020 at 12:10 pm
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San Marino Rotary Club Luncheon Meeting - Craft Talks
June 11th 2020 at 12:10 pm
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San Marino Rotary Club Luncheon Meeting - Dr Michael Lin
June 18th 2020 at 12:10 pm
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San Marino Rotary Club Luncheon Meeting - President Demotion
June 25th 2020 at 12:10 pm
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COVIS-19 Shutdown - Club Zoom Meetings

During the COVID-19 Shutdown the Rotary Club of San Marino met on-line using Zoom Meetings.

San Marino Schools Foundation Fundraiser

San Marino Rotary Club’s Goal – $15,000

The San Marino Schools Foundation has set a goal to raise 2.3 million dollars in the next 30 days so 20 essential teachers in the San Marino Unified School District will be able to return to their jobs for the 2020-2021 school year.  To make a contribution as a member of the San Marino Rotary Club click on the button below.

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  • Amount Raised Toward $15,000 Goal 79% 79%
Gaelen Stanford-Moore – Greetings from San Francisco

Gaelen Stanford-Moore – Greetings from San Francisco

All is well in SF. I am still working, though they have cancelled all of our non-emergent surgeries. As part of the fellowship of Rotarian Doctors there have been bi-weekly phone calls with doctors from around the world to discuss the COVID pandemic. In San Francisco...

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Photos and Videos of Our Activities

Rotary on the Town - October 17, 2019

2019 San Marino Motor Classic

2019 San Marino Motor Classic

New Cal-State LA - Rotaract Club - October 3, 2019

Check Presentation to the new California State University at Los Angeles Rotaract Club.

Art Contest - April 18, 2019

Rotary Foundation Awards Presented at the March 7, 2019 Meeting

Rotary on the Town - May 2, 2019

2019 Mini-Grants
School Montage (Business Plan, Interact, RYLA, MiniGrants) Spring 2019

Corazon House Build 2019

Corazon House Build on 4/13/19 sponsored by South Pasadena Rotary; more than 50 Rotarians joined in the effort.

District Conference May 2-4, 2019

February 28, 2019 Meeting

Speaker – Dr. Tye Jackson. speaking about teaching to learn and the pathway to career success.

 

Student of the Month

Rotary Readers Book Distribution 2019

Holiday Party - Rotary on the Town - December 14, 2018

Tijuana Soccer Field Dedication, December 8, 2018

Rotary on the Town, October, 2018
Ice Cream Social - Southwestern Academy - 9/20/18

2018 Fourth of July Parade

Demotion Party 2018

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San Marino Rotary’s Global Scholars

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Jacqueline Chen

Oxford University
Oxford, England

Jacqueline Chen – October 21, 2019

Hello from rainy Oxford! I hope everyone in San Marino is doing well; I just wanted to provide you with a little update on my studies and time across the pond so far! I am currently living at St. Catherine's College (which is one of Oxford's dormitories that I was...

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Meeting Information

Thursdays at 12:10 PM

San Marino Community Church, Fellowship Hall

1750 Virginia Road
San Marino, CA Map It

Our meeting location occasionally changes.  Click “More info” in the Upcoming Events section below to confirm the location.

Upcoming Events

Rotary Club Luncheon: Salute to the Service Academy Appointees
Speaker: Major Janell Peske-Hanf, USNA, Class of 2010
Topic: The Dos and Don'ts of Academy Life / My Career as a Marine Officer
June 4th 2020 12:10 pm
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San Marino Rotary Club Luncheon Meeting - Craft Talks
Speaker: Iris Yang and Nora Hoyos
Topic: Craft Talks
June 11th 2020 12:10 pm
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San Marino Rotary Club Luncheon Meeting - Dr Michael Lin
Speaker: Dr Michael Lin
Topic: Technology and Student Achievement
June 18th 2020 12:10 pm
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San Marino Rotary Club Luncheon Meeting - President Demotion
Speaker: President Demotion
Topic: President Demotion
June 25th 2020 12:10 pm
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We were honored to host our guest speaker Trudie Strobel, on Thursday, May 28th.

When current San Marino resident Trudie Strobel was 4 years old, she and her mother were taken from their home in the Ukraine by the Nazis and herded by rail car over 600 miles, first to the Lodz Ghetto, and then to a labor camp.

An incomparable seamstress, Trudie’s mother Masha was put to work. Sewing saved their lives. Sewing brought them enough precious time to see Liberation.

In her 50s, with her sons grown and out of the house, the traumas of her childhood came surging back and she suffered a complete breakdown. A therapist suggested she attempt to express herself by drawing. Instead, she began to stitch her stories in thread. Now a prolific tapestry artist, Trudie weaves the tales of her experiences as a child prisoner of the Nazis and of the history of her people.

Trudie’s story and her work appear in a new book: Stitched & Sewn: The Life-Saving Art of Holocaust Survivor Trudie Strobel.

Strobel was accompanied by her biographer, Jody Savin at the San Marino Rotary Zoom meeting on May 28th. Copies of Trudie’s book are available for purchase online. For more information about Trudie and her book, please visit: www.trudiestrobel.com/
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We were honored to host our guest speaker Trudie Strobel, on Thursday, May 28th.

When current San Marino resident Trudie Strobel was 4 years old, she and her mother were taken from their home in the Ukraine by the Nazis and herded by rail car over 600 miles, first to the Lodz Ghetto, and then to a labor camp.  

An incomparable seamstress, Trudie’s mother Masha was put to work.  Sewing saved their lives.  Sewing brought them enough precious time to see Liberation.

In her 50s, with her sons grown and out of the house, the traumas of her childhood came surging back and she suffered a complete breakdown.  A therapist suggested she attempt to express herself by drawing.  Instead, she began to stitch her stories in thread.  Now a prolific tapestry artist, Trudie weaves the tales of her experiences as a child prisoner of the Nazis and of the history of her people.

Trudie’s story and her work appear in a new book:  Stitched & Sewn: The Life-Saving Art of Holocaust Survivor Trudie Strobel. 

Strobel was accompanied by her biographer, Jody Savin at the San Marino Rotary Zoom meeting on May 28th.  Copies of Trudie’s book are available for purchase online.  For more information about Trudie and her book, please visit:  https://www.trudiestrobel.com/

Gaelen Stanford-Moore – Greetings from San Francisco

All is well in SF. I am still working, though they have cancelled all of our non-emergent surgeries. As part of the fellowship of Rotarian Doctors there have been bi-weekly phone calls with doctors from around the world to discuss the COVID pandemic.
In San Francisco my shifts have been cut down to avoid unnecessary exposure, which has also given me more time to work on research projects. I am currently working to continue efforts in studying head and neck cancer as well as access to safe surgery around the world.
We currently have enough masks at my hospital though nervous for the days when they run out. Luckily tech gurus in the silicon valley have been using 3D printers to try to ramp up our supply.
I was supposed to be in Italy for my 30th birthday at the end of this month, with 15 friends I met while studying at Cambridge! Sad for the trip to be cancelled, but still grateful for these friends I met during my amazing year at Cambridge.
Hope your scholars around the globe are staying safe!

Note: Dr. Gaelan Stanford-Moore, a San Marino Rotary-sponsored Global Grants scholar, took a Masters’ at Oxford (UK) in 2016-17. She is from South Pasadena, a Rose Princess, and a graduate of Cal Berkeley.
Gaelan is in her second year of residency at the University of California, San Francisco Medical Center, where she studies head and neck surgery, as well as improving access to safe surgery around the world.

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Gaelen Stanford-Moore – Greetings from San Francisco

All is well in SF. I am still working, though they have cancelled all of our non-emergent surgeries. As part of the fellowship of Rotarian Doctors there have been bi-weekly phone calls with doctors from around the world to discuss the COVID pandemic.
In San Francisco my shifts have been cut down to avoid unnecessary exposure, which has also given me more time to work on research projects. I am currently working to continue efforts in studying head and neck cancer as well as access to safe surgery around the world.
We currently have enough masks at my hospital though nervous for the days when they run out. Luckily tech gurus in the silicon valley have been using 3D printers to try to ramp up our supply.
I was supposed to be in Italy for my 30th birthday at the end of this month, with 15 friends I met while studying at Cambridge! Sad for the trip to be cancelled, but still grateful for these friends I met during my amazing year at Cambridge.
Hope your scholars around the globe are staying safe!

Note: Dr. Gaelan Stanford-Moore, a San Marino Rotary-sponsored Global Grants scholar, took a Masters’ at Oxford (UK) in 2016-17. She is from South Pasadena, a Rose Princess, and a graduate of Cal Berkeley.
Gaelan is in her second year of residency at the University of California, San Francisco Medical Center, where she studies head and neck surgery, as well as improving access to safe surgery around the world.

www.sanmarinorotary.com
rotaryclubofsanmarino@gmail.com
... See MoreSee Less

Gaelen Stanford-Moore – Greetings from San Francisco

All is well in SF. I am still working, though they have cancelled all of our non-emergent surgeries. As part of the fellowship of Rotarian Doctors there have been bi-weekly phone calls with doctors from around the world to discuss the COVID pandemic.
In San Francisco my shifts have been cut down to avoid unnecessary exposure, which has also given me more time to work on research projects. I am currently working to continue efforts in studying head and neck cancer as well as access to safe surgery around the world.
We currently have enough masks at my hospital though nervous for the days when they run out. Luckily tech gurus in the silicon valley have been using 3D printers to try to ramp up our supply.
I was supposed to be in Italy for my 30th birthday at the end of this month, with 15 friends I met while studying at Cambridge! Sad for the trip to be cancelled, but still grateful for these friends I met during my amazing year at Cambridge.
Hope your scholars around the globe are staying safe!

Note: Dr. Gaelan Stanford-Moore, a San Marino Rotary-sponsored Global Grants scholar, took a Masters’ at Oxford (UK) in 2016-17.  She is from South Pasadena, a Rose Princess, and a graduate of Cal Berkeley.
Gaelan is in her second year of residency at the University of California, San Francisco Medical Center, where she studies head and neck surgery, as well as improving access to safe surgery around the world.

www.sanmarinorotary.com
rotaryclubofsanmarino@gmail.com

Rotary Club donates and delivers food to Low Income families during Covid-19

During this pandemic, the Rotary Club of San Marino and the Rotary Club of Altadena purchased canned and paper goods from the Grocery Outlet in Pasadena to donate to two organizations: St.Vincent De Paul and Outward Bound Adventures.

On May 11 at 10 AM, club members took these canned and paper goods to individually pack and send to families in need.

Special thanks to Mark Mariscal ( Rotary Club of Altadena) and Isaac Hung (Rotary Club of San Marino) for arranging this event and thanks to Grocery Outlet owners, Mario and Michell Guajardo, who said “Neighbors helping neighbors makes us so proud to be a Rotarian and to be able to serve this community is a gift!”

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Rotary Club donates and delivers food to Low Income families during Covid-19

During this pandemic, the Rotary Club of San Marino and the Rotary Club of Altadena purchased canned and paper goods from the Grocery Outlet in Pasadena to donate to two organizations: St.Vincent De Paul and Outward Bound Adventures.

On May 11 at 10 AM, club members took these canned and paper goods to individually pack and send to families in need.

Special thanks to Mark Mariscal ( Rotary Club of Altadena) and Isaac Hung (Rotary Club of San Marino) for arranging this event and thanks to Grocery Outlet owners, Mario and Michell Guajardo, who said “Neighbors helping neighbors makes us so proud to be a Rotarian and to be able to serve this community is a gift!”

www.sanmarinorotary.com
rrotaryclubofsanmanrino@gmail.com
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Rotary Club donates and delivers food to Low Income families during Covid-19 

During this pandemic,  the Rotary Club of San Marino and the Rotary Club of Altadena purchased canned and paper goods from the Grocery Outlet in Pasadena to donate to two organizations: St.Vincent De Paul and Outward Bound Adventures.

On May 11 at 10 AM, club members took these canned and paper goods to individually pack and send to families in need. 

Special thanks to Mark Mariscal ( Rotary Club of Altadena)  and Isaac Hung (Rotary Club of San Marino) for arranging this event and thanks to Grocery Outlet owners, Mario and Michell Guajardo, who said “Neighbors helping neighbors makes us so proud to be a Rotarian and to be able to serve this community is a gift!”

www.sanmarinorotary.com
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Bravo. this is help. And not like everywhere buying masks and water for medics: /

Thank you!