MAY 13, 2017

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Santa Maria Breakfast Rotary will be having our annual Barn Party Luau and Action at the Santa Maria Fairpark Barn.  We hope to see you there to help us support the great projects and scholarships awarded in our community and internationally through Rotary.
Breakfast Rotarian Dr. Kevin Walthers, President of  Allan Hancock College. hosted a vocational site visit for the club.
Breakfast Rotarian Mike Buhring hosted the Club at the Coca Cola Distributing warehouse in Santa Maria.  
Our Club joined forces with the YMCA & Friends of Waller Park to support this annual event.  Club members and spouses were involved with feeding the several thousand visitors to the Park.  The club also financed the fish needed to assist the support for the Huck Finn Fishing Derby along with the Santa Maria Valley Sportsman Association.

The Special Olympics World Games in 2015 came our way as the Club hosted three teams for a BBQ dinner at the Fillipino Hall.  Rotarians Jim Bray and Mike Buhring served as co-chairs for the Santa Maria effort.
Our club has been a major sponsor and participant for this event for over 12 years.  This year was another great success for our club and the many kids who participated from Guadalupe.

Santa Maria Breakfast Rotary will be having our annual Barn Party Luau and Action at the Santa Maria Fairpark Barn.  We hope to see you there to help us support the great projects and scholarships awarded in our community and internationally through Rotary.

This years event will be held in Honor of Sandy Carty

Our Club supports this effort by helping with establishing a price and purchasing animals from youngsters at the County Fair.



(Information to be added soon)

Our Club was honored at the District 5240 Awards Luncheon on June 28th.  District Governor Jack McClenahan recognized our Club as the BEST OVERALL MEDIUM CLUB in the District!   The Club was also honored as the BEST MEDIUM CLUB - Community Service, and BEST MEDIUM CLUB - Vocational Service.  Congratulations to 2013-2014 President Jim Peterson and members of the Santa Maria Breakfast Rotary Club!Image


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Apr 27, 2017
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May 04, 2017
1) Support 2)YMCA
Barn Party Walk through
May 11, 2017
Kristine Mollenkopf
The Smiths
May 18, 2017
Guatamala project update
Mike Gibson
Jun 01, 2017
Scholarship Awards Breakfast
Vision Program
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Joe Armendariz
Jun 22, 2017
Taxpayers Association’s Energy Initiative
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Jun 29, 2017
Past President Panel
Glenn Pomeroy
Jul 20, 2017
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