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Speakers
TBD
Mar 25, 2019
Comedian Johnny Pena
Apr 01, 2019
TBD
Apr 08, 2019
Easter Holiday
Apr 15, 2019
No Meeting
TBD
Apr 22, 2019
TBD
Apr 29, 2019
Memorial Day Holiday
May 27, 2019
No Meeting
 
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Raffle Meister
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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Hollister, CA
 
 
 
 
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Hollister Rotary

Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM
Paines Restaurant
421 East St
Hollister, CA  95023
United States of America
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March:
4   Community Foundation for San Benito County
11  Monterey Bay Community Power (Board Meeting at 10:45am)
18  San Benito High School- Shawn Tannenbaum
25  TBD
 
April
1 APRIL FOOL’S DAY  - Comedian Johnny Pena
6  District Training Assembly
8  TBD
15  Holiday – Easter
22  TBD (Board Meeting at 10:45am)
29 TBD

 
 
Hollister Rotary invites local students to apply for scholarships
Deadline to apply is March 31st, 2019. 
 

High school students in San Benito County are encouraged to apply for the Rotary Club of Hollister's annual college scholarship program. 

Each year, the Rotary raises funds to send future leaders to college. We believe that our future is in our youth and value the investment to make our world a better place with educational boosts. 

For questions or more information contact: President David Westrick - davewestrick@gmail.com


 
SAVE THE DATE!!! 
 
President Dave Westrick's Debunking 
Monday, June 24th 
5:30-9:00pm 
Paine's Restaurant & Bar
 
More details to follow....(Please let PP Amalia Ellis know if you can help plan for an epic debunking) 

 
 
Over 765 runners, not including kids for the fun run, came out to support the 2019 Mission 10 Race held on Saturday, January 26, 2019. The race helped to kick off the 150th birthday celebrations for the beautiful and historic City of San Juan Bautista. The skies were clear and the weather could not be more perfect for race day. San Juan Bautista Mayor and SJB Rotarian, Cesar Flores, welcomed runners and participants to the City and issued the start for the first races.    
 
The Mission 10 drew in serious competitors as well as casual runners and first timers. Theme teams came out in some really fun and well thought-out costumes. For many, the Mission 10 has long been and continues to be a training ground for marathon runners. For others the Mission 10 symbolizes something else, whether it is to support local youth scholarships, to begin the new year on a healthy start, or whatever fires you up.
 
Thank you to everyone who participated, volunteered, sponsored, and helped to make this year’s event such a huge success. Thank you also to Mission 10 Committee, Hollister and San Juan Bautista Rotarians, City of San Juan Bautista, Interact Club, Key Club, Boy Scouts, San Benito County Sheriffs Dept., San Juan Bautista State Park Rangers, Hollister Fire Dept., South Valley Endurance, Mandego Apparel, and anyone else we may have missed for ensuring a successful day. We are very grateful for your support of this event, from which we then award the proceeds as local college scholarships and in support of community service programs. Thank you especially to Bill Tiffany for another outstanding job directing the race.
 
 
 
2019 Mission 10 Committee:  
Co-Chairs:  Bill Tiffany and Robert Marden. 
 
Members:  Amalia Ellis, Bryan Yamaoka, Cathy Buck, Dan Brughelli, Dave Westrick, Don Ridenhour, Erik Taylor, Gene Hopp, Jayme Stewart, Jim Fosdick, Larry Shaw, Mark Vivian, Mike Sargeant, Mike Sanchez, Ron Culler and Will Sutton. 
 

 
 
Hollister Rotary was honored to host this year's Area 6 Speech contest. Participants represented each club from Area 6 and all did an amazing job. In fact, the tellers had to go into tie-breaker proceedings to determine the winners. Congratulations to 1st place: Clarissa Lara - Gilroy Sunrise, 2nd place: Lili Jaquet - Morgan Hill and participants: Trent Hurtado - Hollister, Paul Song - Gilroy, and Xavier Guaracha - San Juan Bautista.