Event Types

Topics of Interest and Questions with the Superintendent of San Ramon Valley schools

Jun 08, 2017

Club Assembly

Jun 15, 2017

Club Goals for 2017/18

Jul 06, 2017

Hear from the students about their experience at these camps

Jul 13, 2017

Scrambling from Sutters Fort to San Ramon -Surviving in early California

Jul 20, 2017

CASA of Contra Costa County [Court Appointed Special Advocates]

Malcolm Sher has served on the Board of Directors of CASA for approximately fifteen years and was its president for four years.  He is passionate about the need for competent representation of foster children and youth in the juvenile justice system, and particularly those who have become “dependents” of the court because they have been abused, neglected and abandoned by their families. Before joining the Board of Directors, Malcolm completed the entire CASA Volunteer training program so he could fully appreciate the wonderful work done by the CASA Volunteers and the extent to which the CASA Volunteer, “independent” and separate from the lawyers and social workers, advocates only for that child or youth and is their “Voice in Court.”  In 1998, the Contra Costa County Juvenile Justice-Delinquency Prevention Commission honored Malcolm with its Annual Juvenile Justice Award as “Outstanding Community Volunteer.” Born in Zimbabwe, (formerly Rhodesia) Malcolm obtained his law degree from London University in 1969 and practiced law in the U.K. before immigrating to California in 1975, where he litigated for thirty five years before becoming a full-time mediator. He has been married ​to his wife, Kathy for forty years, has two adult children and a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel.

Jul 27, 2017

What happens at Rotary International.............. ?!?!

Aug 03, 2017

Dauntless Communications

Aug 10, 2017

San Ramon Libraries - Hear about programs & services at the Dougherty Station & San Ramon Libraries

Aug 17, 2017

Welm Family Story Living In and Immigrating from Prussia

Sep 07, 2017

Ability Now Bay Area

Formerly known as the Cerebral Palsy Center for the Bay Area, Ability Now Bay Area offers adults with developmental and physical disabilities the most comprehensive and cutting edge services available. Our unique programs include education, communication, computer literacy, vocational training, wellness and community integration.Ability Now Bay Area is licensed by the State of California and has a contract with the Regional Center of the East Bay (RCEB) to provide services to persons with developmental disabilities. RCEB refers individuals to the Center and RCEB case managers monitor their needs and progress. We operate in strict compliance with the licensing requirements, reimbursement regulations, program operations, and other state regulations​

Sep 14, 2017
Sep 20, 2017 10:00 AM –
Sep 29, 2017 10:00 PM

"Changing Tide" Rotary Membership Growth and Trends

Sep 21, 2017

Solar Grid Africa

Sep 28, 2017

Evening Meeting - RSVP required.

Oct 04, 2017
Oct 04, 2017
5:30 PM – 9:00 PM

DARK. No Meeting - See October 4 for '6 Club Meeting'

Oct 05, 2017

Ernie Orozco started doing voice impressions at the early age of six. He began calling people on the phone disguising his voice as Humphrey Bogart, Richard Nixon and others. After years of tormenting family members and performing on small stages as a ventriloquist he decided to quit so-called show biz.

But one day, Orozco heard KNBR RADIO in San Francisco was holding a contest to win a pair of tickets to an Oakland Raider playoff game. Instantly he called the show and was greeted by the call screener asking, "so what are you going to do?" Orozco had no idea but realized it was a sports station so he uttered the now storied name, "Howard Cosell from Heaven." Unfortunately for Ernie the lone judge was a 19 year old Raiderette who had no idea who HOWARD COSELL was. She chose a guy who sang magic carpet ride as the winner of the contest. But, Bay Area television and Radio personality GARY RADNICH heard the COSELL voice and attitude and said, "Ernie, you were robbed so call me Monday and we will stir it up!"  

Since calling Radnich's show in January of 2002, Orozco has appeared on Gary's show some 200 times! His Howard Cosell reincarnation has also been heard on over 350 radio stations world wide. He has appeared at the prestigious WYNN HOTEL CASINO in LAS VEGAS as well as the VENETIAN HOTEL. He has also performed a memorable one man tribute to COSELL at the PEPPERMILL CASINO in RENO, NEVADA.

Recently, Orozco was the opening act for the MUHAMMAD ALI CENTER GRAND GALA in Louisville, Kentucky and shared the stage with such greats as Jim Carey, Bob Costas and James Taylor. The ultimate compliment was paid to Orozco when he was invited to perform for Muhammad Ali in a private performance in Los Angeles. He spent a couple of hours telling his stories directly to "THE GREATEST" who laughed out loud for the first time in years.

Currently, Orozco is working on a "WEIRD WORLD OF SPORTS SHOW" AND A ONE MAN TRIBUTE TO COSELL. He is also available for corporate events and special appearances.      

Oct 26, 2017

Offiste Meeting at San Ramon Regional Medical Center

Nov 09, 2017

The USS Hornet - An Inside Look



Nov 16, 2017
Nov 24, 2017 – Dec 12, 2017
Dec 02, 2017 6:00 PM

Offisite Meeting: Rotarians serve lunch to local seniors and enjoy a festive holiday program

Address is 9300 Alcosta Blvd.

RSVP's required in advance.



Dec 07, 2017