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2021 Rotary Club of Dublin Scholarship Winners
Congratulations to the following:
$4,500 - Luke Wu – UC Berkeley, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
$3,500 - Derek Xu – UC Berkeley, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
$3,000 - Car’leon Rogers – Las Positas College – Vocational Education
$2,500 - Veena Ummadisetty – UC Berkeley, Electircal Engineering & Computer Science
$2,000 – Adora Wen – UC Berkeley, Economics & Mathematics
$1,500 – Riya Chopra – UC Berkeley, Public Policy
$1,500 – Siya Pun – UC Davis, Biology - Global Diseases
$ 500 – Audrey Kwan – Stanford, Human Biology
$ 500 – Ruhi Shrawagi – Champan University, Business Administration
 
 
(Winners/Pictures not in order)
Rotarians in Action
     June 5th, 2021 Rotarians along with other volunteers packaged food for a worldwide campaign
"Kids Against Hunger"  
         
 
Rotarians Making a Difference
Dublin Rotarians united, rolled up their sleeves and built bikes that were donated to students from various Dublin schools. 
Thank you Rotary Club of Dublin
Pictured: Rotary Area 4 club presidents and Area 4 Assistant Governor (From left to right: Rotary club presidents of Livermore Valley, Philomena Rambo; Hayward, Sara Lamnin; Pleasanton, Dublin, Livermore (Tri-Valley Evening), Jonni Hawthorne; Castro Valley, Gary Howard; Livermore, Carolyn Siegfried; Area 4 Assistant Governor, Jill Duerig;
and Pleasanton North, Dave Pitcher. 
 
Area Rotary Clubs Support COVID-19 Community Healthcare Response
Area Rotary clubs  worked together to obtain a  $96,850 Rotary International Global Grant for COVID-19 response for community healthcare providers in Alameda County.
The Rotary Club of Livermore and the Rotary E-Club of Lake Atitlán-Panajachel, Guatemala represented the Area 4 Rotary clubs: Hayward, Castro Valley, Dublin, Pleasanton (downtown), Pleasanton North, Tri-Valley Evening, Livermore, and Livermore Valley. Additional financial support for the grant was provided by the Pleasanton North Rotary Foundation and the Rotarian Foundation of Livermore.
 
The grant will fund high priority COVID-19 medical equipment for three local community health centers, Axis Community Health, Asian Health Services and Eden Medical Center. In addition, Rotary will engage volunteers to participate in high-priority COVID-19 education, outreach and support initiatives. Many who are sheltering in place need information, are lonely, and need help that volunteers can provide.
Area 4 Rotary clubs have supported other COVID-19 responses – Smart thermometers for local school districts and organizations, food security solutions, PPE and other equipment.
 
All the contributing Rotary Clubs remain active during the shelter-in-place orders, including holding regular club meetings via Zoom.  Rotarians continue to be “People of Action" and invite other service minded community members to join their ranks. For more information, please visit the website of a Rotary Club in your area.  Rotary clubs can be found by visiting https://www.rotary.org/en and using the Club Finder link.
 
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
Field Trip
Alameda County Emergency Operations Center
2018 Bike Build
Our Hometown Heroes Veterans Day Event
 
 
 
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Assemblywoman, Rebecca Bauer-Kahan
Sep 21, 2021 12:15 PM
Legislative Year Wrap-up, California Issues

Assemblymember Rebecca Bauer-Kahan was elected in 2018 to serve the 16th Assembly District, which includes the communities of Dublin, Lafayette, Livermore, Orinda, Pleasanton, San Ramon, Walnut Creek, Danville, Alamo and Moraga.

Rebecca is an accomplished attorney, environmental advocate, community volunteer, law professor and mother. A Bay Area native, she has dedicated her career and personal time to improving our community, solving complex problems, protecting civil rights and fighting to ensure everyone has the opportunity to succeed.

As an attorney, Rebecca specialized in ensuring major corporations complied with environmental laws and regulations by leading internal investigations to improve their environmental practices, while maintaining profitability. She also worked with major tech companies on intellectual property cases, involving topics including copyright, trademark and trade secret theft.

Rebecca oversaw and grew her office’s pro bono program and, under her leadership, the office expanded their efforts to include civil rights, immigration, homelessness and domestic violence. She has also served on a number of boards and committees, helping attorneys throughout the Bay Area provide their services to those who desperately need them. 

Rebecca is the granddaughter of refugees, who came to the United States to escape the Holocaust. Their experience has shaped Rebecca's perspective, inspiring her to help others in her own community, including coordinating the legal services effort at SFO to assist refugees and immigrants impacted by the Trump Administration’s travel ban. For the last several years, Rebecca has taught appellate law and legal research and writing at Santa Clara University and Golden Gate University. She is a product of Bay Area public schools and is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and Georgetown University Law Center. Rebecca and her husband, Darren, live in Orinda with their three young children.

 

 

 

Monthly Club Social
Sep 30, 2021
Fun
Past Speakers
Dr. Dyrell Foster, President, Las Positas College
Sep 14, 2021 12:15 PM
What's new at Las Positas College
Valerie Pryor
Sep 07, 2021 12:15 AM
GM Zone 7 Water
Jill Duerig
Aug 31, 2021
Haiti National Clean Water and Sanitation Strategy
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. 
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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