President 2018 - 2019
Michelle Shipman
President 2018 - 2019
The Rotary Club of Santa Maria (Noon)
 
 
 
President Elect 2019 - 2020
President Elect 2019 - 2020
Cynthia Schur
The Rotary Club of Santa Maria (Noon)
 
 
Past President - Secretary
Past President 2017 - 2018
Secretary 2018 - 2019
Heather Weare
The Rotary Club of Santa Maria (Noon)
 
Club Information

Santa Maria - Noon

We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 Noon
The Historic Santa Maria Inn
801 South Broadway
Santa Maria, CA  93454-6668
United States of America
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Secure Documents
If you are a member and have a "Login Name" and a "Password",
go to the "Admin" tab, then click on "View Club Documents" located under "My ClubRunner".
There you can view our Constitution, our ByLaws and several other secure club documents.
 
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Rotary at work: Dana Adobe; Domestic Violence Solutions; Catholic Charities
 
 
Come Join Us
 
 
Paradise Rotary Club, Help Needed
How we can help our fellow Rotarian's of the Rotary Club of Paradise California.
Here is a link that connects straight to the Rotary of Paradise Foundation. It also provides instructions as to how to get a tax cut from your donation.
Additionally one may make out checks to the Paradise Rotary Foundation and mail them to:
Scheer Memorial Chapel, 2410 Foothill Blvd, Oroville, Ca 95966
Here is an update of the fire (as of Nov 16)
142,000 acres; 45% containment
9,800 homes lost
2,000 businesses destroyed
60+ dead bodies found
630+ persons missing
70 of the 80 Paradise Rotarian's are now homeless
Additionally, there are roughly 30,000 evacuees taking refuge in Chico where the air quality is so poor that it has been dark since last week and remained at a temperature of 30 Degrees around the clock. These evacuees did not have time to grab anything when they left and escaped with only the clothes on their backs. (it was 85 degrees that day) Since then they have been living in friends' homes, local churches and even camping in parking lots. Officials believe the fire will not be put out until the end of the month.  Once the fire is put out evacuees still will not have anyplace to g, as the town of Paradise is bare and not suitable to live in anymore. There are no buildings left and the water isn't even drinkable. Because of this there is an extremely high demand for houses in the Chico/Butte County area this holiday season.
The most valuable donation one can make is monetary.  As soon as the fire is out and the government aid is gone, the Paradise Rotary Foundation plans to step in and put its' funds towards reconstruction. Whatever is in high demand will be Rotary's goal to provide.
 
Membership Myths
 
 
 
 
Thank You Rotary - The End to Polio
 
 
Nai-Yun (Nicey) $1,200.00 presentation
President Heather Weare presents a check for $1,200.00 to Rotary Exchange Student Nai-Yun (Nicey) from the Rotary Club of Santa Maria (noon)
 
 
Mission Hope Cancer Center
At Mission Hope Cancer Center, we understand that cancer not only affects our patients, but it also impacts our entire community. This is why for the fifth consecutive year, Marian Regional Medical Center and Mission Hope Cancer Center are again partnering with the Santa Maria Times to present Day of Hope on April 11, 2018. 
Join hundreds of community members as we line the streets of Santa Maria, Orcutt, Lompoc, and Nipomo to sell $1.00 Special Edition Day of Hope newspapers. Together as a community, we can make a meaningful impact in the lives of Central Coast cancer patients at Mission Hope Cancer Center.
Contact Jason Diani if you want to participate.
 
July 24th Rotary Social Photo
 
Santa Maria Inn Wine Cellar  -  Rotary Social
 
Foundation Gala 2018
The Rotary International Foundation Gala Held This Year In Santa Maria
At The Radisson Hotel.
These are the hard working folks from Rotaract
and The Rotary Club of Santa Maria (Noon) that helped make it possible.
 
 
Business Listing
District 5240 has a "Business Listing" area. Scroll down until you find it. There is a lot of good business contact information there.
You will need your ClubRunner sign in information to sign into the District Site so you can access this "Business Listing".
 
 
Mi experiencia en la paz
 
The Pad - Climbing The Wall

 

Offsite at The Pad
Why is Dani The Only
One Up The Wall?
 
 
Home Page Stories
A HISTORY OF OUR ROTARY CLUB
 
The Rotary Club of Santa Maria had its first meeting as a provisional club on October 10, 1922.  The 19 members chose Jesse H. Chambers to be the first President, and George M. Scott to be the first Secretary.  The first official meeting was held on December 5, 1922 at the Santa Maria Inn, and on December 19th the District Governor, Jack Williams, presented the club with its charter.
1.Friendship: In an increasingly complex world, Rotary provides one of the most basic human needs: the need for friendship and fellowship. It is one of two reasons why Rotary began in 1905.
2. Business Development: The second original reason for Rotary's beginning is business development. Everyone needs to network. Rotary consists of a cross section of every business community. Its members come from all walks of life. Rotarians help each other.
3. Personal Growth and Development: Membership in Rotary continues one's growth and education in human relations and personal development.
4. Leadership Development: Rotary is an organization of leaders and successful people. Serving in Rotary positions is like a college education. Leadership: learning how to motivate, influence and lead leaders.
5. Citizenship in the Community: Membership in a Rotary club makes one a better community citizen. The average Rotary club consists of the most active citizens of any community.
 
 
District Governor 2018 - 2019
Sandi Schwartz
District 5240 Governor
2018 - 2019
 
 
Club Executives & Directors
President
President-Elect
Past President
Secretary
Membership
Club Service
International Serv
Community Service
Vocational Service
Vocational Service
Youth Service
The Rotary Foundation
Club Bulletin Editor
 
Upcoming Events
 
Speakers
Bonnie Hayden
Jan 15, 2019
Santa Ynez Hounds
Wen Chen, Ph.D.
Feb 19, 2019
Human Rights Movement in China
Brooke Town
Feb 26, 2019
Owner "The Spoon Trade" Restaurant, Grover Beach
 
 
 
Website Sponsors
 
Past Presidents
Note that the first District Governor from District 5240
was Dr. August Mollath 1936-1937
 
Jesse H. Chambers 1922-1924
C. Leo Preisker 1924-1925
Arthur D. Church 1925-1926
Louis N. Crawford 1926-1927
L.D. Waller 1927-1928
Frank H. Gates 1928-1929
Roscoe E. McCabe 1929-1930
D.T. Batchelder 1930-1931
Harry C. Dorsey 1931-1932
Dr. T.H. Conser 1932-1933
Walter W. Stokes 1933-1934
Wm. J. “Prof” Wilson 1934-1935
Robert A. Bruce 1935-1936
Dr. August Mollath* 1936-1937
Herschel Scott 1937-1938
George M. Scott 1938-1939
T.A. “Cap” Twitchell 1938-1940
Morris J. Stephan 1940-1941
B. Russell Griffith 1941-1942
Fred O. Sherrill 1942-1943
Clyde E. Dyer 1943-1944
Joe D. Robinson 1944-1945
Curtis Tunnell 1945-1946
Allen T. Fesler 1946-1947
Edward E. Adler 1947-1948
Fred L. May 1948-1949
York Petersen 1949-1950
Raymond R. Hardy 1950-1951
Everett Swords 1951-1952
Frank A. Brown 1952-1953
Robert M. Poole 1953-1954
C.W. Ford 1954-1955
Clifford C. Roemer 1955-1956
Charles G. Dorsey 1956-1957
George C. Smith, Jr. 1957-1958
Winston F. Wickenden 1958-1959
Ezra C. Lyon 1959-1960
Allen West 1960-1961
Galen Hartwich 1961-1962
Frank G. Toller 1962-1963
William H. Holman, Jr. 1963-1964
Billy N. Bellis 1964-1965
Carl W. Engel 1965-1966
Robert S. Magee 1966-1967
Walter D. Gregory 1967-1968
M. Allen Woods 1968-1969
Dennis A.C. Dallaston 1969-1970
John A Gilliland 1970-1971
John L. Spencer 1971-1972
William J. Ward 1972-1973
S. Jon Gudmunds 1973-1974
H. Stanley Brown 1974-1975
Robert N. Winters 1975-1976
Charles R. Hebard 1976-1977
Lane E. Bryant 1977-1978
Paul K. Weber 1978-1979
Maurice F. Twitchell 1979-1980
Michael K. Welch 1980-1981
Donald E. Lahr 1981-1982
Thomas Allen 1982-1983
Clark Miller 1983-1984
Hans J. Kardel 1984-1985
Keith A. Lapp 1985-1986
Gerald L. Bartell 1986-1987
William Tibbs 1987-1988
Leroy Small 1988-1989
Robert Miller, D.C. 1989-1990
Ben E. Russell 1990-1991
Robert E. Acquistapace 1991-1992
Kem Weber 1992-1993
Tony Cossa 1993-1994
Peter Donohue 1994-1995
Robert Schmidt 1994-1995
Tom B. Martinez 1995-1996
Larry Letters 1996-1997
Ron Nanning 1997-1998
Jan Leaverton 1998-1999
Fred Sanders 1999-2000
Jane Norman 2000-2001
John Riedel 2001-2002
John Henning 2002-2003
Greg Muscio 2003-2004
Joe Sheaff 2004-2005
Connie Blackwell 2005-2006
Camille Edie 2006-2007
Scott W. Dunn 2007-2008
Kenneth R. Nelson 2008-2009
Susan Rees 2009-2010
Bob Frias 2010-2011
Laura Mohajer 2011-2012
Frank Culley 2012-2013
Yvonne Biely 2013-2014
Lisa Long 2014-2015
Ken Dally 2015-2016
Jason Diani 2016-2017
Heather Weare 2017-2018