Outstanding Service Award
Dublin Rotarian, Bob Tucknott was presented with this distinguished award for his outstanding service from the "International Federation of Flying Rotarians."  Bob donated flying services to "Angel Flight" and numerous other charitable organizations. 
Bob (far right) at one of his Fly-ins
International Fellowship of Flying Rotarians
Thank you!
Posted from Congressman Eric Swalwell's
Facebook Page May 15 at 9:00 AM
I want to take a moment to recognize the Dublin Rotary Club for their extraordinary work throughout this challenging time. Members have been going above and beyond to care for our community and have been involved in a wide range of projects from delivering food to the elderly for Meals on Wheels to picking-up food from grocery stores for Tri-Valley Haven Food Pantry. The club is finalizing a project with Tri-Valley Haven Food Pantry for a $3,000 donation to purchase food and basic necessities, and to then package the
supplies for distribution.

One member, Christy Li, in collaboration with students from Fallon Middle School, produced over 3,000 Face Shields for distribution to East Bay hospitals, health care clinics, and assisted living facilities.
Another member, Namrata Berry, started a free lunch program for health care workers, police officers, firefighters and paramedics in appreciation for their selfless service to the community.

The club is also coordinating the distribution of 500 smart thermometers from Kinsa Health to families whose children are in the school lunch program in the Dublin Unified School District, plus an additional 500 to Dublin citizens.

From the bottom of my heart, thank you for all that you do! Your members represent the very best of our community and you make #CA15Proud.
Rotary gives back to the community. 
Rotary honors our Veterans
The Rotary Club of Dublin recently made a donation to the Delta Delta Sigma, Pre-Dental Fraternity of the University of California, Irvine. The fraternity is a professional pre-dental organization whose goal is developing strong and well-rounded dental professionals through academic integrity and compassion for service. They are a 501 (c3) and  currently have a list of dentists, dental hygienists, dental assistants, and other volunteers who provide services for a dental clinic for the under served population in the Orange County and neighboring areas. Shelby Piegaro daughter of Fellow Dublin Rotarian Dominic Piegaro accepted the check that will be used to purchase necessary equipment and medical supplies. 
On June 27, 2019, Rotary Club of Dublin President, Chris Kinzel (left) presented a check for $17,421.00 to The Rotary Club of Dublin Foundation. Accepting the check is  President of The Foundation, Harold Ceizler.  Both the club and foundation provide numerous contributions to the schools and community of Dublin. 
Bailey Emika Morita of Valley High School was the recipient of the 2018-2019 $1,000.00 Dave Burton Scholarship. Pictured from the left to right are: Chris Kinzel, President of the Rotary Club of Dublin, Megan Rouse, Rotarian, Bailey Emika Morita Recipient,
and Linda Smith, Rotarian. 
Rotary Club of Dublin President, Chris Kinzel presented the 2018-2019 Valley High School, Student of the Year Award to
Madisyn Morris. Madisyn received a check for $500.00. 
December 4, 2018
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2018 Bike Build
Our Hometown Heroes Veterans Day Event
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Upcoming Speakers
Virtual Trivia Night - Hosted by Kat Holland
Aug 08, 2020 5:30 PM
Virtual Trivia Night
Virtual Trivia Night

What’s a Virtual Trivia Night? It’s just like an in-person Trivia Night, but we play over Zoom (so it's just like signing in for our club meetings). You can RSVP by emailing me at kathrynhollandagain@gmail.com 

How to Join the Event: Just like our weekly club meetings; you can join on your computer, phone, or tablet.  The Zoom link will be sent the morning of the 8th so it's right at the top of your e-mails.  When it’s time for the event, you can follow the link to the live video stream.

Everyone is a Free Agent: When the event starts, you will be randomly assigned to a team. You can share your computer/video with up to one one isolation buddy (i.e. two people can play together using one account). But for households with more than two people, please divvy up the rooms and computers, and revel in the glory of the bragging rights you will earn.

Timeline: The video conference line will openat 5:15pm PT on August 8th so that folks can say hello and iron out any technical issues. Trivia will start at 5:40pm PT. There will be one 5 minute intermission in the middle, and we should be done by 6:30pm PT.  The Zoom Room will remain open if you'd like to stay and chat.



Michael Utusumi, Community Advocate
Aug 11, 2020 12:15 PM
Japanese Internment
Past Speakers
Jo Loss, League of Women Voters
Aug 04, 2020 12:15 PM
100 Years Voting Rights for Women
Andy Lopusnak, Manager Mike's Camera Dublin
Jul 28, 2020 12:15 PM
Drone Photography
Inge Houston, CEO Dublin Chamber of Commerce
Jul 21, 2020
Helping businesses during the pandemic
Congratulations Acacia
Acacia Tripplett from Dublin High is among the four finalists that will compete for the Rotary District 5170 Speech Contest on April 6, 2019 in Santa Clara. 
Frederiksen Elementary-kicked off their One School One Book program.Donations from the community (including The Rotary Club of Dublin)helped make this program a success. 
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