Kate and April of Sonoma Clean Power are inducted into the RC of Santa Rosa East as the newest corporate members.

A a full room at the Redwood Regional Rotary Meeting

Past Rotary International President Rick King inspires District 5130 at the January SCARC, arranged by Santa Rosa Evening Rotary..

In and outbound Youth Exchange students socialize before braving the heights of Sonoma Canopy Ziplines.

Santa Rosa West hosted the October SCARC. Chris buzzes about how to have fun at Rotary..

St Helena keeps up the singing club tradition.

Calistoga celebrates DG Kevin’s homecoming by coming to the board by bicycle in full dress.

St Helena President Norm scares his club.

Welcome to Rotary District 5130

March is Rotary Literacy Month. If you are reading this then you are literate. Mission accomplished. But that is not quite the point of Rotary. District 5130 clubs are promoting literacy locally and worldwide with projects including: dictionaries for third graders, reading and volunteering in schools, providing books and supplies for under equipped schools in the developing world, providing toilet facilities for isolated schools (more important for universal education and health than you could imagine).

The District Training Assembly coming up on March 21 provides Rotary literacy to ourselves. Helping Rotarians to get the most out of being a Rotarian is an important Rotary goal also. Use your personal email link to sign up for the District Training Assembly.

The week of March 8 - March 14 is World Rotaract Week, commemorating the first Rotaract Club March 13, 1968 in North Carolina. World Rotaract Week is designed to foster Rotaract-Rotary activities in celebration of the founding of the Rotaract program. This event is also an excellent opportunity to inform members of your community about the amazing work that Rotaract clubs do, and give them an opportunity to get involved. I have been visiting District 5130 Rotaract Clubs the past couple of months. The members are full of energy, enthusiasm, and the ideals of service. Rotary and Rotaract Clubs develop great partnerships, each contributing to success.

Share Your pride and Joy and Light Up Rotary,

DG Kevin

We have added a few more rooms at Tenaya Lodge for the District Conference at Yosemite.  Reserve now with the link below: 

Alternative lodging can be found in Oakhurst about 13 miles from the conference at Tenaya Lodge.  Hotels in Oakhurst include:
Yosemite Southgate Inn & Suites
40644 Highway 41​​​​​Ph.559-683-3555
Oakhurst, Ca   93644​​​​www.yosemitesouthgate.com 


Oakhurst Lodge
40302 Highway 41​​​​​559-683-4417
Oakhurst, Ca   93644​​​​www.theoakhurstlodge.com


Best Western Plus Yosemite Gateway Inn​​​​ ​​
40530 Highway 41​​​​​559-683-2378
Oakhurst, California 93644​​​http://www.yosemitegatewayinn.com/


Comfort Inn
40489 Highway 41​​​​​559-683-8282
Oakhurst, Ca   93644​​​​www.ComfortInn.com/Oakhurst


America’s Best Value Inn
48800 Royal Oaks Dr.​​​​559-658-5500
Oakhust,  Ca   93644​​​​www.americasbestvalueinnyosemite.com


Days Inn Oakhurst Yosemite
40662 Highway 41​​​​​559-642-2525
Oakhurst, Ca   93644​​​​www.yosemitesierrainn.com


Share your Pride and Joy and Light Up Rotary.

Take Pride and Joy in being a Rotarian and Light Up Rotary.