Welcome to the Rotary Club of Alamo!

Feel free to drop in any Wednesday, and you will be greeted by a club member! The first lunch is on us.

Your sister Club extends welcome to Rotary, Rtn Murugavel and Rtn Balaji. You have joined a very active Rotary Club. ...

View on Facebook

Rotary Club of Alamo to Sponsor
Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 3, 2021

The Rotary Club of Alamo will sponsor a virtual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 3, 2021 at Livorna Park, Andrew Young Park and Hemme Park. The event will begin at 9:00 a.m. and continue until 12 noon. The Easter bunny will be at Livorna Park from 9 to 10 a.m.; Hemme Park from 10 to 11 a.m.; and Livorna Park from 11 to 12 noon.

Stop at any one of the Parks to see the Easter Bunny at a social distance and enjoy all of the wonderful daisies purchased by businesses and individuals to support the projects of The Rotary Club of Alamo, including the RotaCare Free Medical Clinics in Pittsburg and Richmond; the Bay Area Crisis Nursery; the Contra Costa/ Solano Counties Food Bank; Choice in Aging Adult Day Health Care Center; Meals on Wheels, School Dictionaries for Third Grade Students at Rancho Romero and Alamo Elementary Schools, the Warm Coat Drive, The Wheelchair Foundation, Roadside Clean Up and Beautification on Stone Valley Road and Danville Boulevard and the 680/Stone Valley Interchange, Charter sponsor of Cub Scout Packs 53 (Alamo Elementary School) and 800 (Rancho Romero Elementary School), Multiple water harvesting projects in Tanzania, a solid waste management project in Tiruchengode, India, supported a global grant to purchase four kidney dialysis machines and develop an educational and training program for two hospitals in Thailand.

When you stop at one of the three Parks, you'll notice colorful daisies "planted" all around. These daisies have been purchased by many Alamo businesses to show their support for making a difference in the world and to promote their businesses. Alamo Rotary appreciates their support and asks that you patronize their businesses. Many residents of Alamo have also purchased a daisy. Their daisies are for a loved one, to remember an event, or commemorate an achievement. These folks have also bought a daisy because they care about people less fortunate than they are. They also want to partner with Alamo Rotary in making a difference in the world. There are two sizes of daisies and can be purchased for either $50 or $100, respectfully. If you would like to purchase a daisy to honor either your children, family or publicize your business, please contact Joan Grimes at joangrimes@msn.com.

The Rotary Club of Alamo was founded on May 7, 1971 and will celebrate its 50th Anniversary this year. The Club is currently meeting on Wednesdays at 12:15 p.m. via Zoom. You can find the Zoom link for the meeting on the Club’s Facebook page.

View on Facebook