Join your fellow District 5160 Rotarians at the Resort at Squaw Creek, a 4-star resort in the stunning Olympic Valley of Lake Tahoe. Explore our district’s past, present, and future, while enjoying fun-filled fellowship in everything from hiking, golf, and more to a 1950s themed Homecoming social. It’s a family friendly weekend and we encourage you to visit https://conference.rotary5160.org/ to learn more and register today!
Virtual Meeting on Wednesday, October 20, 2021 @ 12: 15 pm – 1:15 pm
Ask every Rotarian in your Club and area to consider which of their friends, neighbors, or work colleagues would be a good fit for club membership.
Why? Because District 5160’s Fall Membership drive is scheduled for the week October 18th through October 22nd.
Consistent with RI President Shekhar Mehta’s message of “Each-One-Bring-One” we are encouraging every Rotarian in our District to bring a guest to their meeting that week in an effort to promote and increase membership.
Our virtual program on Wednesday, October 20, 2021 at 12:15 pm will feature Joel Sjostrom, President and CEO of the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano, Eve Birge, Executive Director of White Pony Express and Project Second Chance. Our program will feature how we partner with different agencies in the community to assist those in need. We hope to inspire and engage our members and guests and show what we can do as an international organization. Again, the message is simply that each member brings a guest to their club meeting that week.
District 5160 is offering prizes to the clubs that most actively and successfully participate. We also will recognize all Rotarians who participate and who bring a guest to their meetings during membership drive week.
Also, the District membership committee is excited to announce the District membership photo contest, which will have its own prizes for the clubs that participate including up to $1,200 in cash prizes and 6000 in PHF total points.
We have all grown up with fictional superheroes such as Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman, etc. Real superheroes can be hard to find. But look no further! Your local Rotary Club is the easiest place to find modern day superheroes and you can be one too.
The difference is no secret identity or lone wolf mentality. There are over 1.2 million Rotary members around the world in over 200 countries. Rotary International has formed a global network of professional leaders, all volunteering their time and talents to serve their communities and the world. It is much easier to make a difference together than alone.
You don’t need a cape or a secret identity to be a modern day superhero but it sure would be fun and now is your opportunity. Calling all Superheroes! Rotarians, family and guests are invited.
The Rotary Club of Concord Diablo is proud and excited to celebrate our 40th Anniversary and we invite you to celebrate with us.
Date: Saturday, October 19, 2019
Place: Clarion Hotel, 1050 Burnett Ave., Concord
Time: 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
- Heavy Appetizers
- No Host Bar
- Costumes not required but encouraged
- Silent auction
- Costume contest
- Fundraising opportunities
- Networking opportunities
- Future volunteer opportunities
Tickets are available on Facebook and at Eventbrite.com. Fees apply.
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Mail checks to the Rotary Club of Concord Diablo, 1333 Willow Pass Rd., Suite 213, Concord, CA 94520.
The Rotary Club of Concord Diablo would like to welcome our three newest members:
Raymond Padilla, Community Outreach Specialist with Mt. Diablo Resource Recovery in Concord
Daniel Torres, Business Agent with Sprinkler Fitters UA Local 483 in Hayward
Guillermo Chavez, Loan Officer with Land Home Finance Services at the Concord – Salvio Branch
Thank you to Edi Birsan, our past president for sponsoring all three new Rotarians!
The volunteer project for the week was food sorting at the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano located at 4010 Nelson Ave. in Concord. The turn out was great, we had 28 people. Over 4 1/2 tons of fruit and vegetables were bagged on Monday.
- 1,180 pounds of squash
- 3,553 pounds of plums
- 2,115 pounds of apples
- 1,492 pounds of pears
- 687 pounds of oranges
- 9,068 pounds of fruit and vegetables!!
Please join us for our next volunteer project! Here are the benefits of volunteering and giving back:
💥 Gain confidence
💥 Make a difference
💥 Meet people
💥 Be part of a community
💥 Learn new skills
💥 Take on a challenge
💥 Combats depression
💥 helps counteract the effects of stress, anger, and anxiety
💥 Makes you happy & feel good
💥 Provides a sense of purpose
💥 Have fun❣️