Club Lunch Meetings
Emily Fauber, Zoom Meeting 12:15 p.m,
Jan 19, 2022
Solutions For Change
Zoom meeting starting with social time at 12:15 and meeting promptly at 12:30 ending at 1:30pm.



Emily Fauber   Solutions for Change  Summary of this organization & Angel Tree gifts, Christmas Party.

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News & Events
Refuge for Women SoCal Shade Sail Project October 14, 2021
YouTube Video SHAZEEBO Shade Sails
 
We teamed with SHAZEEBO where they donated a shade sail for Refuge for Women at their North County location for the start of a meditation garden.  Visit their website www.refugeforwomen.org/socal to learn more about this wonderful organization and how you can help.
 
Without the ability to grow trees in the thin layer of soil over the granite base, a design of large shade sails create a cool and shaded area for relaxing conversation and peaceful rest.  The area for the sails is next to a large waterfall feature.  With additional ground elements will complete the outdoor project and add a new calming serenity and expanded outdoor living space, all to the benefit of the trauma survivor residents.
 
The Rancho Santa Fe Rotary Club along with other members from District 5340 returned to Generate Hope on September 25th to manage and replant a winter garden for survivors of human trafficking.
Thanks so much to the generosity of many, including the Rancho Santa Fe Rotary Club, Chula Vista Sunrise Rotary Club, The Rotary Club of San Luis Rey, Rotary Club of Chula Vista-Eastlake, and others, we were able to help fund the much-needed driveway repairs for this San Diego County transition home for #HumanTrafficking survivors. More importantly, the residents saw firsthand the generosity of #Rotary's loving spirit that comes unconditionally!
We're looking forward to putting more projects on the calendar in short order! Keep an eye out for them!
 
Our amazing Samantha and Cindy visited to see the progress of the Garden of Hope on July 8th and it looks AMAZING!!!  They surveyed the plants that were planted on June 19th to make sure they were thriving and taught a representative of the house how to maintain the garden.  They harvested arugula, spinach, radishes and basil for the residents and showed them how to weed and maintain everything.  Smaller groups will continue to visit and train the residents with seasonal plantings and maintenance.  
 
The Rancho Santa Fe Rotary Club was excited and privileged to serve at GenerateHope on June 19th, 2021.  The club armed with large and small garden tools attacked and replanted vegetable, herb, and succulent gardens for the residents that were BEYOND thankful for all the work that was done.  The recovery house is for survivors of sex trafficking in San Diego.
 
HUGE thanks to the two dozen Rotary District 5340 members, family, and friends that came out to GenerateHope to perform some much-needed facility repairs and landscape. We also had great representation from Coronado Rotary Club, San Diego Rotary Club, Rotary Club of Chula Vista-Eastlake, and Rotary Club of Southeast San Diego! We made a big difference today in the lives of several human trafficking survivors!
Additional photos available under "Photo Albums" dropdown menu.
 
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Heather Manion
    January 5
  • Jim Sagona
    January 9
  • Mark Rodriguez
    January 12
  • Suzan Holcomb
    January 18
  • Michael Taylor
    January 20
  • Franklin Owens
    January 24
Anniversaries:
  • Elizabeth Christensen
    Rand Christensen
    January 15
Club Information
Rancho Santa Fe

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Rancho Santa Fe Country Club
5827 Via de la Cumbre
Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067
United States of America
Hybrid Format: In person or on Zoom- Reach out to join us at: rsfrotaryclub@gmail.com
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