Please join us for lunch, conversation and a provocative program

We meet Fridays at 12:10 PM
San Diego Yacht Club
1011 Anchorage Lane
Spinnaker Room
San Diego, CA  92106
United States
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  Speakers

Oct 24, 2014
Mayor Kevin Faulconer
San Diego Port
Oct 31, 2014
Karen Zlatic
Natural Health
Nov 07, 2014
Jan Goldsmith
San Diego City Attorney
Nov 14, 2014
Thomas Dirickson
Biofuels
Nov 21, 2014
Amanda Plante
REP 4 Wildlife & SoCal Parrot
Nov 28, 2014
Dec 05, 2014
Jerry Sanders
San Diego Chamber of Commerce
Dec 12, 2014
Sandra De La Torre
Serving Seniors
 
 
 
                                   FIELD TRIP, 2013
Touring the San Salvador, flagship of Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo on his 1542 voyage to Point Loma, reconstructed by the Maritime Museum   
 
                                  OKTOBERFEST, 2014
Enjoying German and local brew, bratwurst, barbeque and happy times in the lovely Point Loma gardens of Shannon and Ken Osborn 

For more than 65 years, Point Loma Rotary Club has provided support for community projects in Point Loma and the greater San Diego area, including the Cabrillo, Ocean Beach, and Robb Field Recreation Centers, both Boy Scout Troops and Sea Scout units, local Cub Scouts, the Peninsula YMCA, the Point Loma Concert Series, the Point Loma/Hervey Branch Library, A Reason to Survive (ARTS), two Auxiliaries of Rady Children’s Hospital, the Alpha Project, the Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund, the Wounded Warriors, Holiday Helping Hands, the Rescue Task Force, the San Diego Humane Society, Meals on Wheels, Reality Changers and the Barnes Tennis Center. And many others.  We have sponsored students of Point Loma and High Tech High Schools, to develop leadership and public speaking skills through speech contests and leadership seminars.  We support the educational and outreach activities of the Cabrillo National Monument.  Among our lasting legacy projects are the Rotary Clock at NTC Park on Liberty Station, the sycamore trees along Canon St. and the inspiration for and partial funding of Pacific Portal on Shelter Island.
 
Internationally, Point Loma Rotary Club has funded ShelterBox survival kits for the disasters in Haiti, Turkey, and Australia, established a project for earthquake preparedness; supported elementary schools in Mexico and Ecuador and provided funding for the eradication of polio.  We are now embarked on a marvelous project to sustainably provide fresh water to families in the outlying islands of the Republic of Fiji. 
 
The Point Loma Rotary Club Endowment Fund, Inc. is an IRS Sections 501(c)(3) tax-exempt and 509(a)(2) public charity; donations are tax deductible.
 

 
 
 
 
 

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The Rotary Foundation
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Rotarians at Work
Chair, PLR Endowment Fund
Ride the Point Director
Fiji Home Water Filters Lead
 
 
Banner photos:       Left:      Point Loma Rotary Club Clock at Liberty Station
                            Middle:  Banner at Cabrillo Recreation Center for our Second Annual Jim Krause Memorial Bike Ride, "Ride the Point"
                            Right:    Transformer at Catalina and Talbot, painted with Club logo, the Cabrillo National Monument Lighthouse, and and Rotary International logo 
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