Welcome to the Rotary Club of Ignacio

Are you an established professional who wants to make positive changes in your community and the world? Our club members are dedicated people who share a passion for community service and friendship. Becoming a Rotarian connects you with a diverse group who share your drive to give back.
 
About Our Club
Welcome to our Club!
Ignacio

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Marin Country Club
500 Country Club Drive
Novato, CA 94949
United States of America
We are currently meeting in person and via Zoom. Please email request for link to meeting using club email: Ignaciorotaryclub@gmail.com.
Annual Sponsors
    PLATINUM    
         
       
         
         
    GOLD    
   
       
         
         
    SILVER    
         
   
   
       
         
  CALL & METCALFE CHARLES SWENSEN LARRY CURTIS  
         
   
GENE DUFFY & PDG JAYNE HULBERT
   
         
         
    BRONZE    
         
   
         
   
   
     
         
  ALTA CIMA CORP BAY BUILDERS INC. CAF AMERICA  
         
  GARRY & LORI GAST JOHN & DANA MARSHALL DICK O'BRIEN  
         
  FRED & LYN PFEIFER RICH & KATHY RONSHEIMER WENONAH CASTRO
INCOME TAX SERVICES
 
         
    FRIEND    
 

AAERO HEATING CO.

BACON
RESTAURANT
BUCK'S SAW SERVICE  
         
  CLASSCYCLE KIA MARIN KRISTEN CURTIS  
         
  PDG RUSS & KATHY KETRON WENDY IRVING LAS GUITARRAS  
         
  TARGET/SAN RAFAEL PAT TIMPANI    
 
ShelterBox Recognizes RCI for Outstanding Support
Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
Immediate Past President
Treasurer
The Rotary Foundation
Community Service Chair
Youth Service Chair
Speakers
Ian Good
Jul 18, 2024 1:00 PM
Global Grant Recipient for District 515
District Governor Steve Wright
Jul 25, 2024 1:00 PM
Theme Hope in Action and District Plans
Frank Falzon/Duffy Jennings
Aug 01, 2024 1:00 PM
Jeff Borders
Aug 08, 2024 1:00 PM
Pacific Crest Trail 2022 - Adventure of a Lifetime
Uganda Rotaplast Team
Aug 15, 2024 1:00 PM
Barbie, Lisa, et al. featuring special guest Dr. Angelo Capozzi
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Club News
President Elect Charley Vogt helps repackage eggs for North Marin Community Services food bank on Tuesday. (Egg)citing work and very much appreciated. Over 10 volunteers came to help.
Thanks to the Rotary Club of Ignacio’s most generous support, the Book Exchange of Marin recently ended an astonishingly successful 2023-2024 school year. There is so much good news!
  • We provided 27 student field trips to our facility in Terra Linda, in addition to providing several in-school donation visits for our youngest students. (The photo above was taken at Laurel Dell Elementary School.)
  • Over 2,000 students from Marin's most under-resourced communities benefited from these field trips and school visits.
  • Each student could take home ten free books and a recyclable book bag to keep as their own, which equates to our giving away approximately 20,000 books.
Your donations provided buses to bring these students to the Book Exchange. Your funding also helped cover the cost of providing a limited selection of popular new books, which are highly desired by our students.
A team from the club built 3 benches for the Girls Softball Dugout at Novato High School. We had previously done one for the Boys Baseball and wanted to balance the account.
Great teamwork made it all come together. Go Hornets!!
 
 
The Rotary Club of Ignacio inducts 2 new members:Jeannemarie Friedel and Tamara Hull. Both new members have over 20+ years of Rotary Service (including past presidencies) and support multiple non profit foundations and local municipal organizations. They will be great assets to our club. Welcome Aboard!
From left: Daryl Weinroth , Tamara Hull, Jeannemarie Friedel, Jayne Hulbert and Andrei Jigalin
Past District Governor (and member of Rotary Club of Ignacio) Jayne Hulbert, was honored by Rotary President Gordon McInally and District Governor Laine Hendricks for her work in helping eliminate polio from around the world. Jayne was recognized at the District 5150 Regional Conference in Reno for her tireless efforts on behalf of Rotary International. Thanks to RI, polio has been eradicated from all but two countries in the world. And efforts continue to wipe out the last vestiges of this awful disease. Thank you and congratulations, Jayne.
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