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Saturday, February 20, 2016

Holy Rosary Community Center

Remember, the auction items we all solicit/contribute make this a successful event.  Click here for: info on how to help; a peek at the auction block.  Let's fully fund "Ruby Falls".



Kauai Vacation Raffle


Saturday, March 19, 2016



Rotary Work Day at 

Yolo Food Bank

1244 Fortna Avenue





April 1-3, 2016

Yolo County Fairgrounds



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Pop Up Shop


For more information contact Valerie Munoz at email or 925 683-6310.



May 28-June 1, 2016

Seoul, Korea


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Rotary Club of Woodland

Making a difference in the lives of people in our community and around the world.


 The Rotary Club of Woodland is a service organization represented by some of the most influential and respected leaders of our community.  Our goal and reason for being is to improve the lives of those in our community and the world – and have a little fun and fellowship along the way.


Club Members are a part of a worldwide organization interested in world peace, understanding and most notably leading the effort to eliminate polio from the planet.  The “End Polio Now” effort of Rotary has eliminated Polio from all but 3 countries and all 3,000 clubs in the world are committed and working to end Polio in the next few years – we are “This Close”!


Locally our Club sponsors leadership camps and provides scholarships to local students, provides a free BBQ Lunch to seniors each year, supports community projects and promotes community awareness and education for our Members through interesting and informational programs each week. 


 Kris Kristensen

      President  2015-2016






 February 2nd Meeting



Club Treasurer  Tony Delevati was our speaker today giving us an overview of the Woodland Rotary Endowment and an update on its finances. A copy of Tony's PowerPoint presentation has been posted for viewing on the members page of this website. Tony will return on another day to give us an update on our Club's finances as well.




Nick Roncoroni was installed as a new member of the Club today. Above, Seth Wurzel, who sponsored Nick, can be seen introducing him to the Club. Members are encouraged to introduce yourself to our newest member.




Mark Ullrich got a free lunch out of today's drawing. 




New Members


We are delighted to welcome the newest two members to our Club, Nick Roncoroni (left) and Todd Tommeraason. Nick (sponsored by Seth Wurzel) is a Research Associate Lead managing Cell Biology lab with Monsanto, and Todd (sponsored by Mark Ullrich) is a Professional Civil Engineer and a Principle at Laugenour & Meikle.




Becky Martin Honored! 



Our own Becky Martin of Century 21 Realty was recently named 2015 Realtor of the Year by the Yolo County Board of Realtors. Congratulations Becky!



Social Evening - Mojos


 Several members and guests enjoyed an evening together at Christy Hayes' Mojo's Lounge

on Jan 20. Thank you Johnathan Lecky for arranging this fun event! We're looking forward to another social evening sometime in March.



Congratulations Greengate School!


Club members voted Dec 1st to use the proceeds from our 2016 dinner auction for a water/sand play structure at Greengate School in Woodland providing multilevel interactive play for both ambulatory and wheelchair assisted students. Known as 'Ruby Falls', this structure will serve over 50 students affected by autism or multiple disabilities and provide sensory experiences not otherwise available. Way to go Rotary!









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