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A great Rotary year celebrated at the Hitching Post, Casmalia.  
Congratulations President Laurie Tamura!
 
President Laurie was honored with a RI Presidential Citation and the Club was awarded with a 'Gold Club of Distinction' at the District Recognition Event held in Thousand Oaks.
 
 
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.
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

 
 
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The Historic Santa Maria Inn
801 South Broadway
Santa Maria, CA  93454-6668
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Speakers
Baird/WIlliamson
Jul 27, 2017
Band of Brothers
Sandra Fuhring
Aug 03, 2017
Medical Implications of Childhood Trauma
Jim Talbott
Aug 10, 2017
Smooth
Kerin Mase
Aug 17, 2017
OFF SITE at Marian
Larry Nimmer
Aug 24, 2017
Survey to ascertain how much Rotarians know/or what they think about the library
Melissa Colón
Aug 31, 2017
Pacifica Hotels - the company, their properties, the new Inn at the Pier, etc
Ron Wiley, Pastor
Sep 07, 2017
Peace
DG Visit
Sep 14, 2017
Kim Iribarren
Sep 21, 2017
Kindness
Fiona McKiernan, MS, RD, CSG,
Sep 28, 2017
Nutrition
Los Prietos (tentative)
Oct 05, 2017
Staffel
Op Surf (tentative)
Oct 05, 2017
Ortega
Los Prietos (tentative)
Oct 12, 2017
Staffel
Kevin Walthers
Oct 19, 2017
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