Posted by Marc McLeran

Preparing Club Leaders To Change Lives!

Presented by District Governor Elect Eric Schmautz

Saturday, March 16, 2013
Registration & Breakfast 7:30am
Assembly & Lunch 8:00am – 3:45pm

Redwood High School
395 Doherty Drive, Larkspur, Ca

Click Here To Register Online Now

District Governor Elect Eric Schmautz said, "The District Assembly is the most educational forum of the new Rotary year. We will be shaping futures by educating Rotary Leaders!"

EXCITING changes are in the works. You will not want to miss THIS District Assembly!

We will have an a afternoon closing Plenary Session as well as breakfast, lunch, new contacts, and plenty of camaraderie.

PLUS...The Introduction of Club Presidents for 2013-2014
Followed by GREAT Breakout Sessions and Club Team Action Planning

  • For Presidents-Elect
  • Presidents Elect-Elect
  • Club Secretaries
  • Club Treasurers
  • Club Administration
  • Membership
  • Public Relations
  • The Rotary Foundation
  • Service Projects, including: Community, International, New Generations, and Vocational Service

Click Here To Register Online Now for one of these breakout sessions.

$35 per person; $25 for Rotaractors; $15 for Interactors
Registration Fee may be covered by your club.

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Posted by Marc McLeran

May 3 & 4, 2013
Four Seas Restaurant
Chinatown, San Francisco

Come Early and Celebrate your Rotary Year!

Rotarians: $195.00
Rotaractors/Interactors: $155.00
~ No early bird registration ~

Register Now

Your registration includes:
Friday - Lunch & Dinner
Saturday - Breakfast & Lunch

Look for a possible optional event on Saturday night (coming soon)
Look for conference rates at the Chinatown Hilton (coming soon)

Posted by Marc McLeran

February is World Understanding Month.

The international projects in which our clubs have been involved have not only helped people in other parts of the world. Through these projects we promote Peace through Service, as the recipients and beneficiaries of our efforts recognize that their fellow human beings, who may never meet them, care enough to help them meet their basic needs. Many clubs in the district have already met or exceeded their goals for giving to The Rotary Foundation. There is still time for those who have not donated and for individual Rotarians who haven’t met their personal goals. Of course, we also have to allocate some of our giving to Polio Plus. We are "this close" to eradicating polio. It remains endemic in only three countries and the number of cases falls each year. We cannot give up the fight. The children of today – and tomorrow – are counting on us and we will not fail them!

If you have not already registered for the District Conference, please do it today! Registration is easy on the district website. The Conference will be held on Friday May 3rd (beginning with lunch) and Saturday May 4th (ending in the afternoon), at the Four Seas Restaurant in San Francisco. The cost is only $195, inclusive of meals, entertainment and registration. There is an optional golf tournament and dinner on Thursday May 2nd. The Conference is where we celebrate all the wonderful things you have accomplished this year. We will have fellowship, great entertainment and timely, topical panels and speakers. What’s Rule Number One in Rotary? Have Fun – and at the Conference, we will! Seating is limited, so sign up now.

In Peace,
Bob Robert Intner 


Posted by Marc McLeran

Rotary District 5150 is putting on a series of classes to help our clubs with developing their web sites utilizing ClubRunner, Public Relations and Social Media. Our purpose is to both keep current Rotarians informed and reach out to new members.

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December 8, 2012: Website Using ClubRunner
How the District Web Site works and how to use ClubRunner effectively.
Passed Class

January 12, 2012: Writing Press Releases
CLASS CHANGE: We are combining this and the
Social Media Class on February 9th

Writing and Submitting Press release on local events.
Register Now

February 9, 2013: Social Media and Writing Press Releases
How to use Social Media effectively.
Register Now

Classes Location:
South San Francisco Scavenger
500 East Jamie Ct.
South San Francisco, Ca 94083
Get Directions

Pre-Registration is Necessary
To register click the links above or visit the District Website at Calendar

Schedule for classes will be the same:
Check in 8:30 a.m.
Start 9:00 a.m.
Break 10:30 a.m.
Wrap 12:30 p.m.

For questions contact Brian McLeran at [email protected]

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