Community service is work done by a person or group of people that benefits others. It is often done near the area where you live, so your own community reaps the benefits of your work. You do not get paid to perform community service, though sometimes food and small gifts, like a t-shirt, are given to volunteer

Mediator Mentors is a university-public school partnership in which future teachers, counselors, social workers and school psychologists support the development of conflict resolution skills in school children. At California State University, Fresno, Dr. Negin Tahvildary directs the program. Teachers and students in the public schools receive 12 hours of communication and conflict resolution training and university students coach and mentor at lunch periods. More than 7,000 children and teachers have participated in the program.

THE OBJECT OF ROTARY is to encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise and, in particular, to encourage and foster:

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.

Look for North Fresno Rotary on these social media platforms

How do you eradicate a disease? This is the question that Jennifer will answer as she shares the story of Polio eradication. It is a disease on the brink of extinction and the finish line is in sight. It is a complex tale complete with heroic and deadly twists and turns. Discover what the Global Polio Eradication Initiative is doing to eliminate this paralyzing disease and in turn, keep a promise to the children of the world. Jennifer is the President and CEO of Media Street Productions Inc., an award-winning television production company in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Jennifer is also the Vice President of Rotary International. At Rotary International, she along with sixteen global directors, oversee the policy, governance and fiduciary responsibilities of the organization's 1.2-million members in more than 35-thousand clubs.

One of Rotary International's most recognized communicators, Jennifer has presented keynote addresses and training workshops at hundreds of conferences across North America and overseas. Jennifer also contributes much of her energy to local organizations. She is the immediate past Chair of the Board of Governors at the University of Windsor and the past Chair of the Board of Directors at the Windsor-Essex Regional Chamber of Commerce. She has been recognized for Rotary’s Service above Self Award and the Citation for Meritorious Service, the YMCA Peace Medallion, the Queen’s Diamond Jubi This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.

Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx

Where are we in the fight to end polio? What bold steps are we taking to get there? Visit the Rotary International Facebook page to RSVP to the Online Global Update. Endpolio.org

  • No child should have to suffer from this vaccine-preventable disease. Help us make an impact on World Polio Day. Endpolio.org
  • Smallpox is the only human disease ever eradicated. Let’s make polio the second. Join the fight on World Polio Day. Endpolio.org

How can you triple your impact? Thanks to a 2-to-1 match from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, every donation made to Rotary to end polio will be tripled. Donate today. endpolio.org/donate

Produced by Rotary 5230, the Fig Garden Rotary Club, the Central California Passport Rotary Club, and North Fresno Rotary.

Fresno State coach Troy Steiner talks about the incredible attendance his program generated this past season, the increasing competition in his team's practice room, his coaching philosophy and the benefit of having two staff members in Final X.

Produced by Rotary 5230, the Fig Garden Rotary Club, the Central California Passport Rotary Club, and North Fresno Rotary.

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. 

The Fresno State Commencement Planning Team wants YOU to be a part of one of the happiest and exc

The items in this wish list will be used primarily to build photo galleries and albums that promote community service groups like Rotary International, LIGA: The Flying Doctors of Fresno, North Fresno Rotary, Fresno State University, Mediator Mentors, The National Coalition for Building Institute, and more.

Toastmasters International is a US headquartered nonprofit educational organization that operates clubs worldwide for the purpose of promoting communication and public speaking skills.

The Rotary Club of North Fresno Endowment Foundation has given $2,500.00 to Wings Advocacy of Fre

Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission

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Join North Fresno Rotary members as we celebrate our Club's founding in 1948.

On April 30, 1948, the Rotary Club of Fresno voted to sponsor a new club in north Fresno, and appointed Past President Harry Michell to head a Committee to carry out the project. by May 19, 1948, Dr. Mitchell reported to then District Governor Kelly that 20 leading business and professional men located in the proposed territory and expressed a desire to become charter members of a new Rotary Club.

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All incoming Fresno State freshman, transfer and graduate students are invited to official University welcome celebration as you begin your journey of becoming a Bulldog for Life! ????

Don't miss the Bulldog Bash after-party immediately afterwards in the Student Rec Center with food, games, music and important resource information!

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$8.00 each

Fundraiser for CAP

 

Date: March 29, 2019

Pick up time: Set your time between 11am- 2pm

Location: 1040 N. Pleasant Ave. Fresno, Ca. 93728

Contact: Comprehensive Addiction Program (559)264-5096

 

Ronette Thomas (Activity Coordinator) – (559)904-9309

Email: rthomas@caprehab.org

 

Please place your orders by Wednesday 3/27/19

Includes: 32 oz bowl of Pozole, sides which include onion, cabbage, and lemon & a drink