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Jaylen Garrett
Aug 26, 2019
K9 Ambassador Dog Training
Holiday - Labor Day
Sep 02, 2019
No Lunch Meeting
Naomi Torres, Superintendent
Sep 09, 2019
De Anza Trail
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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Hollister, CA
Club Information

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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Home Page Stories
July 1
Jim Fosdick – What to Expect from his Presidency
July 8
Valerie Egland – The River Parkway
10:45 Board Meeting
July 15
Sal Akhter, Proj. Mgr. and Hamdy Abbass – So. Valley Islamic Center Plans for Mosque, Comm. Ctr., etc.
July 22
Assemblyman Robert Rivas
July 29
No noontime mtg - Fellowship Event, Cornhole tournament, Alehouse


The 37th Annual Mission 10 Race is set for Saturday, January 25, 2020 in beautiful and historic San Juan Bautista, CA. 
Race Day Registration begins at 7:15am. We need all Rotarians to help on the day of the race to make sure our biggest fundraiser of the year runs smoothly. Our 2019 was a record breaker with more than 765 people participating and we raised more money than ever. Let's crush it again in 2020 and make it the best one yet! Registration will be live in the coming weeks at Stay tuned for more details.

Your Hollister Rotary Board of Directors has approved two new Membership Categories;  Corporate and Family Membership.  Several months ago, our Rotary District introduced these new categories to boost Club Membership. 
In addition, please reference and download the information sheet “Why Join Rotary” written by Richard D. King, Rotary International President 2001-02.  It’s a great resource for any prospective member and the general public.
$28,000 in scholarships were presented to 15 local students that reside in San Benito County and attended San Benito High, Anzar, Pinnacles, Palma and Monterey Bay Academy.
Each year the Rotary Club of Hollister awards college scholarships to local high school seniors throughout San Benito County. This year, the club allocated $28,000 in scholarships to 15 students, the largest amount allocated in the club's 94 years of existence.

Congratulations to all of the 2019 Scholarship Recipients:

  1. Adrian Gomez (Cal State University Monterey Bay)
  1. Ian Sills (Stanford University)
  1. Christian Casarez (Cal State University Chico)
  1. Joseph Nino (Cal Poly San Luis Obispo)
  1. Alyssa Ito (University of California at Davis)
  1. Sarah Meza (University of California Irvine)
  1. Jessica Slater (Cal Poly San Luis Obispo)
  1. Megan Matthews (Cal State University Monterey Bay)
  1. Sean Slavich (University of California Berkeley)
  1. Shane Culler (Walla Walla University)
  1. Clarissa Corona (Cal Poly San Luis Obispo)
  1. Yasmin Gonzalez (Cal State University San Francisco)
  1. Anessa Ocampo (Cal State University Stanislaus)
  1. Arely Campos Melendez (UCLA)
  1. Christian Gonzalez (Trades School)
Youth programs and scholarships have been a strong focus for the club for many decades in addition to many other local programs (Stuff the Bus, 12 Days of Giving, etc.) and international projects (construction of clean water wells in Nigeria, Cameroon and Ghana; sanitation in Nigeria and Ghana; maternal health in Nigeria; education in Mexico, Philippines, and South America; literacy; oxygen generator and supplies in Ethiopia; polio eradication globally and much more).
The Rotary Club of Hollister was founded in 1925 and lives by the motto "Service Above Self." Hollister Rotary's major fundraiser is the Annual Mission 10 Race, which takes place the last Saturday in January at the Mission San Juan Bautista. The club also raises funds throughout the year by participating in the Saddle Horse Show and Rodeo in late June and other smaller fundraisers. 
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President Dave Westrick & Joseph NinoAreli Campos Melendez, Esther Curtice & Cesar FloresPresident Dave Westrick & Shane Culler