Executives & Directors
President Elect
Vocational Servies
International Service
Sergeant at Arms
Director of New Generations
Community Service
Past President
Club Administration
The Rotary Foundation
John F. Germ
President Rotary International
Our President
 Can-Do Sandhu
Lucky Sandhu
member photo
Jun 28, 2018
Global Rotary Grants
Jul 05, 2018
A Look Ahead at our 18/19 Rotary Year
Jul 12, 2018
Presentation on the Lindsay Wildlife Museum
Jul 19, 2018
Aug 02, 2018
Valley Humane Society
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Schedule of Greeters
June 21
Greco, Guy
June 28
Gross, Paula
July 5
Gunning, Mike
July 12
Harlan, Bill
July 19
Giles, Ray
July 26
Harvey, Dennis
Greeter Protocol
When you are assigned the duty of being our greeter, you should remember the following:

1. You should be at the meeting by 11:45 AM in order to greet everyone as they come to the meeting.

2. You should bring a "Greeter's Gift" for the raffle. The gift should be approximately $20.00 in value.

3. You will be leading the giving the inspiration of the day, leading the salute to the flag, and introducing the visiting Rotarians. It is a good idea to watch the visiting Rotarians sign in, so that you can ask them about any complicated names or classifications.

4. If you cannot attend, it is your responsibility to find a replacement.
Russell Hampton
National Awards Services Inc.
Welcome to the Rotary Club of San Ramon
Service Above Self
We meet Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Crow Canyon Country Club
711 Silver Lake Dr.
Danville, CA  94526
United States
(510) 375-2929
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Iron Horse Trail Project
This was a community project that was a collaborative project with the City of San Ramon to enhance the Iron Horse Trail through the installation of ten rest nodes featuring benches, trees, scrubs and irrigation.  The project will entailed a joint Rotary Club workday project featuring a cleanup campaign along the trail with Cal High Interact and San Ramon Scouts.
Here is the conclusion of this collaborative project. We also awarded cash prizes to 3 winners of our essay contest. Contestants were asked to explain what the Iron Horse Trail means to them and the community. It was a wonderful chance to work with the City of San Ramon and all of our local Rotary Clubs!!
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