Peter Fortuna is a Fresno State Alumni with a B.S. in Computer Science and a M.A. in Education and Curriculum. Peter is also a North Fresno Rotarian since 2013, VP of Public Relations for Clovis Toastmasters Speechmasters Club, and a District 5230 Resource Leader for Rotary International.
The COGS are making great progress on the Little Free Library book boxes. After a really good day of progress on Saturday, the boxes have bottoms, roofs, sides, fronts, backs, bottom supports, and doors. The roofs have 2 coats of RedGard, an impermeable membrane over which roofing shingles will be glued.
Established many years ago (1987-1989) as a non-profit corporation to benefit the local community, the Endowment Fund attempts to assist worthwhile projects and efforts in Fresno and Madera County. The Endowment Fund is primary supported by contributions from North Fresno Rotarians but our finances are independent from the North Fresno Rotary Board. We meet on a bi-monthly basis (3rd Wednesday of every odd-month).
North Fresno Rotary is organized into Five Avenues of Service to support the mission and vision of Rotary International.
On Thursday August 24, 2017, North Fresno Rotary President Rod Gibson 2017-18 announced the creation of a new club award; the Fred Biglione Award for Fundraising.
Fred Biglione was a beloved member of Rotary International, District 5230, and the East and North Fresno Rotary Clubs. Fred’s love of service lead Mr. Biglione to be the highest fundraiser in North Fresno Rotary several years over… despite not being a member of the club during the period.
District 5230 Club Listing for Rotary International and Zone 25/26.
North Fresno Rotary would like to thank Mr. Michael Rabara of the Chapel of the Light Funeral Home for sponsoring our $1,000.00 Grand Prize Raffle ticket for our 32nd Annual Pancake Breakfast and Sidewalk Sale at Fig Garden Village Shopping Center on July 8, 2017.
*UPDATE: Diamond earrings worn by Giuliana Rancic to the SAG awards and bracelet worn by Olivia Munn to the Oscars will be at the event. Both of these pieces are valued in excess of $1 million.