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Day:     Friday
Time:   Fellowship 7:15 a.m.; Meeting 7:30 a.m.
Place:  Quail Inn, Oakmont Golf Club
            7035 Oakmont Drive, Santa Rosa, CA 95409
 President: John Brodey 707-539-2230
 Secretary: Valerie Hulsey 707-537-8603
 Membership: Marie Theilade 707-569-8780
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              The Rotary Club of the Valley Of The Moon
               6572 Oakmont Drive, Suite A Santa Rosa, CA 95409

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   Thanks for stopping by. If you have a few minutes not only can you find out a bit about Rotary and the work we do on both the International and local levels but you can also get a sense of just what makes our Valley of the Moon Club a little different. Like any global organization, it all begins with the membership itself. Based in Oakmont as we are, we have a few more retirees than other clubs, we are more socially active, we have male and female Rotarians and at 50-60 members, we are just about the right size.  
   What drives us is the fact that collectively, we can make a difference. We are focused on supporting Rotary International projects as well as other educational and medical programs worldwide. We are equally committed to contributing our time and resources in support of the community right here in Oakmont and the rest of Sonoma County. Whether it is volunteering to help the disadvantaged youth of our area or supporting families who are struggling, we work with a number of great non-profits. Our reward lies in the realization that little by little things happen, scholarships are awarded, health services are provided and people are fed.
   At our weekly meetings we have a stream of visitors who educate us about issues of the day, local developments and sometimes just plain entertainment. Perhaps the biggest bonus of all is that ours is about the friendliest group of people you're likely to meet. Fellowship doesn't quite capture it all, but it will do. If you've just moved to the area or have thought that it might be nice to broaden your horizons and have a little fun in the process, the welcome mat is out.
   To learn more about our club, and Rotary International, call Marie Theilade at 707- 569-8780 
"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing."  -  Edmund Burke  
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​Bunco Schedule - Spring & Summer 2015

Where - East Rec Center in Oakmont

When -  May 26, July 28 & September 22 

For details see Susan Boak
Weekly Programs
Weekly Programs
 Next club meeting: May 29, 2015 at 7:15 at the Quail Inn in Oakmont