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John Krikorian and Gordon Knott on LIGA Gordon will talk about the relationship between Liga and NFR and the history of how and when clinic was built. John will talk about a typical weekend medical mission trip to Ocoroni with a power point presentation. Facebook Page
Sandra Flores Fresno County Preterm Birth Initiative Fresno County has one of California’s highest rates of babies born prematurely: approximately 1 out of every 9 babies. To address this challenge, leaders in Fresno have come together to build a cross-sector, collaborative effort.
Justin Bond Our Heros Dreams Veteran Justin Bond, President of Our Heroes Dreams will be North Fresno Rotary’s speaker this Thursday.
Ed Kaczmarek Executive Director Youth for Christ Youth today face so many more challenges, distractions, and obstacles than youth of the past ever considered. But they also have more opportunities before them. One such opportunity for youth in Fresno and Clovis is provided by YFC's new Campus Life Center. Programs and opportunities are offered to hundreds of area high school and middle school students, free of charge.
Janice Noga The Story of Dreamers Have you ever had a secret dream? Janice Noga relates her dreams and how they lead her to Broadway... and the telling of Janka's Holocaust story, written by her husband, Oscar Speace, Janka's son.
Ringing the Bell

North Fresno Rotary members who donate additional funds to celebrate a professional, personal, or community achievement or occasion

69th Annual Charter Night of North Fresno Rotary
Masquerade Ball
Formal Attire and Disquise
North Fresno Rotary Charter Night
Dinner and Dance
Friday, October 13, 2017
Fort Washington Country Club, Fresno
District 5230 at Englemann Cellars and Winery

This event has been cancelled.

Dr. Ray Allen on Air, Water, Soil Since I last spoke at your Rotary Club, Many things have happened on the positive note. We have expanded our operations, which we had just started in 2012 in China to now where we have trees planted in 7 provinces numbering in the millions of trees.
About Us
In 1915 Rotary International divided its clubs into separate Districts, improving administration and enhancing opportunities for growth. Originally, the region that was to become District 5230 encompassed a wide area including the cities of Albuquerque, Berkeley, Fresno, Honolulu, Los Angeles, Oakland, Phoenix, Reno, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, and Stockton.