Welcome to the Rotary Club of Fair Oaks
 
          2017-18 Themes

Rotary International

Rotary District 5180

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
We meet Mondays at 6:45 pm
Fair Oaks

Community Clubhouse

7997 California Ave.

Fair Oaks, CA 95628

 
President Anne Browning
 
 
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What Have We Been Up To?
Fair Oaks Rotary Boulevard Brigade
Assaults Trash on Madison Avenue
 
  
 
Under the command of Field Marshal (Hon.) Neil Shepherd, the Fair Oaks Rotary assembled a contingent of road warriors armed with grabbers and orange bags for our quarterly removal of trash on Madison Avenue between Kenneth and Chicago (Ave., not the city).  Despite the apparent lack of Rotary rations (donuts and coffee), the task was accomplished in fine order.  For a look at some of the individual action, click Read More.
 
Romines Out; Browning In!
  
For the first time in its 71 year history, the Fair Oaks Rotary saw the handoff off the presidency from one female to another at the annual Demotion of the President.  Despite leading the club to the Best Club in the District title, Karen Romines was subjected to the usual roast before handing the gavel to Anne Browning.  And despite their "not-ready-for-prime-time" status, the Rotarettes made another appearance and once again wowed the crowd, convulsing most of them in laughter.  It was a great end to a great year, and we're all set for next year.
Rotarians Turn Out For
River Dogs Season Finale
 
The mighty River Dogs of the coach-pitch (7-8 year-old) division of the Fair Oaks-Orangevale Little League wound up the 2017 season with a rousing... um, game.  Since no one keeps score, it was hard to tell who won, not that it really mattered to anyone.  Both sponsoring clubs showed up in force.  For more of the action, click Read More.
 
Fair Oaks Rotarians
Beautify Fair Oaks Library Park
Fair Oaks Rotary once again had a great turnout for the annual It's My Park Day, sponsored by the Fair Oaks Recreation and Park District (FORPD), and we really showed that we know how to spread wood chips.  Seriously, folks, somebody's got to do it, and who better than a group of business professional and community leaders.  Besides being fun and useful, projects like this make our partnership with FORPD even closer.  For pictures of the action, click Read More.

Our club is pleased to announce grant funding for up to $1,000 per project for charitable and educational activities to benefit children and senior citizens in the local community.

Application deadlines are October 1, January 1, and April 1.

Funding is budgeted annually July 1 to June 30 and is available until funds are depleted.  Click Here to Download the application. 

 
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