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Adventures in Service gives Rotary 5230 the ability to highlight Club projects and activities which help to improve our local communities.  Adventures in Service also features local leaders and businesses who support these projects.  Adventures in Service is a multi-club project created and produced by Mo Osman and Sahar Osman with support from Peter Fortuna.

We have all witnessed how the increasing incivility in our political discourse has divided communities.  As a community leader, you know that makes it more difficult for communities to work together to meet the challenges they face.  

The Maddy Institute is working to change the tone and tenor of political discourse by encouraging a more fact-based, problem-solving, bi-partisan approach to politics.

As you have likely heard, AB 369 has been put on hold this year at the Governor’s request. This
will give the California State University (CSU) a final opportunity to bargain employee contracts
that reinstate merit salary steps for CSU support staff.

As October begins Fresno Fitness LLC is gearing run Rotary 5230's online platforms.

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One of the things I love to do is to be constantly learning.  This week the

This checklist should not be referenced in policies or in policy adoption.

Near the end of a nationally famous three-day festival that celebrates garlic and all who love it

From the Audit Findings: A June 2019 state audit determined the California State University (CSU)

All employees represented by CSU Employees Union will see a pay increase in the end-of-July 2019

CSUEU and CSUSM have signed a new agreement in which both sides state their intent to improve the

We continue to build on our Union’s warm relationship with Lt. Gov. Eleni Kounalakis. Following her visit to San Marcos earlier this year, when she met with Chapter President Vanessa Vincente, Executive Board Officer Pete Rauch and local chapter leaders, the Lt. Governor has also sat down with the chapter leadership at Cal State LA and San Jose State. When possible, we make sure our local chapter leadership can meet and talk with her directly, so she can get to know us better. Our goal for these meetings is for the Lt. Governor, who is a CSU Board Trustee, to hear directly from us, the frontline Support Staff. 

Details coming soon.

The Future Technologies Conference (FTC) is happening in San Francisco this

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