List of Events
No Meeting July 4 2019
Giants/Dodgers baseball game on June 9, 2019, at 1:00 PM, at Oracle Park
The tickets and bus have been reserved and we are organizing all the details for what promises to be a very fun trip. The bus will leave Fresno at 8:00 AM. On board there will be coffee, water, juice, and some breakfast treats, and lots of time to talk to our Rotary friends. Some beverages and snacks will be available on the homebound trip with a plan to stop for a group dinner (no host).
Mike Snell | California Teaching Fellows Foundation
Dr. Saúl Jiménez-Sandoval has accepted an invitation to be our next provost and vice president for Academic Affairs.
Dr. Jiménez-Sandoval has served as dean of the College of Arts and Humanities since January 2016. He is a dynamic scholar and administrator with an unwavering passion for our University's mission to boldly educate and empower students for success. I am excited to work with him to guide Fresno State to even greater heights of academic distinction, which will help to elevate the entire Central Valley.
Leadership Programs builds the leadership capacity of Fresno State students through the development of personal leadership philosophies applied to campus, community, and national issues.
We connect students with opportunities to learn and grow as leaders through our Signature Programs:
Just getting started? Join us for an Emerging Leaders Retreat and discover your leadership potential! During this 3-day experience you'll get to know other students, learn about leadership, and have fun!
Will Oliver | Fresno EDC
Michael Frank | Technology in Art
Lori Hunter | Fresno Discovery Center
San Joaquin River Parkway & Trust
We’re taking a Field Trip April 25, 2019
North Fresno Rotary will have its regular meeting on April 25th at the Barn at the San Joaquin Parkway & Trust! Lunch will be provided by Deli Delicious at the normal club lunch price of $15. Our meeting will begin promptly at 12:30 pm.
• April 25, 2019, 12:30 pm,
• 11605 Old Friant Road, Fresno, CA 93730
• Sign up April 18th or email Haley Wagner at before Tuesday April 23rd
In order to assist deaf and hard of hearing individuals in achieving their goals of independence and equality, DHHSC offers these core services:
- Advocacy Services
- Communication Services (including Interpreting)
- Independent Living Skills Instruction
- Job Development & Placement Assistance
- Community Education
- Information & Referral