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Cocktails for College June 7, 6:30pm West Park Bistro

Cocktails for College
The cost of college keeps rising and more San Carlos students are finding it harder and harder to afford the school they want.  We just finished awarding fifteen thousand dollars to deserving students in San Carlos to help them move to the next chapter in their success stories.  Now we need to raise money for more students for next year.  Please help us fund this important mission that helps make San Carlos the “City of good living.”  $100 / person.

Sunday, June 7, 6:30pm at West Park Bistro.
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Rotary Means Business 5:30pm at the Elms, May 27

When is the San Carlos Rotary not meeting on Friday?  On the 4th Wednesday of the month when we meet at Piacere at 5:30 for a mixer.  When is the Wednesday meeting not at Piacere?  This month when it’s at the Elms.  Also this month it’s not our regular quiet social, but a high powered, dynamic Rotary Means Business where entrepreneurial rotarians from all over the  peninsula meet to promote their business and learn from other business leaders.  For more details see The Rotary Means Business flyer.

Pancake Breakfast, Fun Run and Hometown Days Parade

Fun Run

At the Fun Run starting line.  All race times were electronically tracked and posted after the race.

Flippers at their station, ready to flip when the time is right. Terry Wilson and Fred Marcussen.

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Pancake breakfast co-chairs

Co-chairs of another very successful pancake breakfast, Steve Divney and Jonathan Nicolas.

In the parade, representing the Rotary Club of San Carlos, are Pamela Alexander and Bob Gutgsell.

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Thirteenth Basic PRLS Class Held in South San Francisco

PRLS 1:25Our President Elect Nominee Alex Phillips attended the PRLS class in So. San Francisco on Sat.  From our own club the faculty is comprised of PRLS Director Betsy Koefoed, Bill Koefoed & Pete Nannarone as well as Linda Grant (RC Foster City) Michael Ford (RC SF Evening) and Dave Bertini (RC Pacifica).  Other participants were from seven different Rotary Clubs as well as Four Interactors including an exchange student from India.  This was the thirteenth Basic PRLS class with Rotarians from seven different clubs and four Interactors.  District 5150 now has almost 300 Basic PRLS graduates.