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About Our Club

The Rotary Club of Windsor is one of the community’s largest, most active, and well-known service organizations. We are a leadership organization working together to make a difference. Our members include local business, nonprofit, professional, and civic leaders. We form lasting friendships through our shared Rotary experiences, including weekly meetings with interesting speakers, committee meetings and projects, social events, and group service projects within our community and internationally.

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District 5130 Convention in Fortuna

The weekend of May 20-21, District 5130 held its annual convention in Fortuna, California, in Humbolt County, where there are a lot of trees. The theme was “Rockabilly – Rocking in the Redwoods.” This weekend there was not a lot of serious business conducted, except for the gathering of most if not all of the outgoing district Youth Exchange students.  You can see them lined up holding the flags of the countries to which they will travel as they expand their life experience with Rotary.

District Governor Dustin Littlefield presented President Pam with a Club Achievement award for our work over the past year, and especially for our Passport to Success program which Renee Hyde spearheaded and is providing great guidance in building a powerful new membership program.  Later, Pam’s wardrobe crew switched her out of rockabilly wear into Marie Antoinette, suitable for the Windsor Rotary “Paris Bistro” themed hospitality suite in a corner of the ballroom.  French cafe music blared, Brian Ling served up “Les Drops de Limon” in martini glasses with blueberries in a fabulous mélange of mixed metaphors!  Wally and Hack mimed in invisible glass walled boxes and Carol welcomed artistes to color in her paint by the number poster of le Gouverneur de District (behind the picture of Carol and JB).

Speakers at each meal discussed how Rotary changed their lives, and also the long fight to admit women to the Rotary Club of Duarte, CA, which apparently consumed most of the 20th century, finally ending up in the Supreme Court where RI lost, and women won!

Good time had by all?  Apparently!

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Upcoming Events

 

August 18th 2022 at 5:00 pm
Rotary Bar At Summer Nights on the Green
Speaker: Band: Kenny Metcalf as Elton John
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August 23rd 2022 at 7:15 am
Weekly Meeting - TDB
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August 25th 2022 at 5:00 pm
Rotary Bar at Summer Nights on the Green
Speaker: Band: Sabor De Mi Cuba
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August 30th 2022 at 7:15 am
Weekly Meeting - Special 5th Tuesday Event
Speaker: TBD
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September 1st 2022 at 5:00 pm
Rotary Bar At Summer Nights on the Green
Speaker: Band: Special Guest TBD
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September 8th 2022 at 5:00 pm
Rotary Bar At Summer Nights on the Green
Speaker: Band: Beatles Flashback
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AVENUES OF SERVICE
We channel our commitment to service through five avenues, which are the foundation of club activity.
Club Operations
The backbone of our club is the committee that keeps the club functioning: vibrant speaker programs, healthy finances that keep us afloat, membership – the heartbeat of our club, public image – our “face” to the community, and communication of our activities with the members and community.
Foundation
The Foundation Committee is responsible for educating our members on the essence of Rotary which highlights “service above self“, both at the local community level and at the international level. The foundations handle donations which finance philanthropic efforts throughout the local community and the world..
Service
Windsor Rotary is based on “service above self”. Service involves all efforts by our Club to either fund or provide hands-on actions in support of International, District, or Local projects.
Club Culture
We strive to learn about the history of our club, to honor our past leaders, to learn about trends and transitions in Rotary, to strengthen our friendship and personal connections through socials, and to celebrate milestones and accomplishments of our members.
Youth
Windsor Rotary works to support, empower, and educate young people through development programs, encouraging the next generation of leaders.
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WE CONNECT PEOPLE

Rotary unites more than a million people

Through Rotary clubs, people from all continents and cultures come together to exchange ideas, and form friendships and professional connections while making a difference in their backyards and around the world.

WE TRANSFORM COMMUNITIES

We take action locally and globally

 

Each day, our members pour their passion, integrity, and intelligence into completing projects that have a lasting impact. We persevere until we deliver real, lasting solutions.

WE SOLVE PROBLEMS

No challenge is too big for us

 

For more than 110 years, we’ve bridged cultures and connected continents to champion peace, fight illiteracy and poverty, promote clean water and sanitation, and fight disease.

Together, we see a world

where people unite and take action

to create lasting

change across the globe,

in our communities, and in ourselves.

Together, we see a world

where people unite and take action

to create lasting

change across the globe,

in our communities, and in ourselves.

The Mission of Windsor Rotary
The mission of the Rotary Club of Windsor is to serve our community and the world. We strive to better communicate with our members and with the community to inspire and mobilize both our local and global community in health, education, and peace to create transformative change.

Rotary Club of Windsor
P.O. Box 819
Windsor, CA 95492
Phone: 707-892-0492
Email: info@windsorrotary.org

WEEKLY MEETINGS
Tuesday at 7:15 a.m.

Charlie’s Restaurant
Windsor Golf Course
1320 19th Hole Dr.
Windsor, CA 95492
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