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Del Norte is humbled to be the home club of District Governor Dave Anderson
District Governor Dave Anderson being inducted by
Past District Governor Tom Walker
Lt. Gov. of District Operations, Fred Bryant a member of Del Norte who also serves as the chief of staff for current District Gov. Dave Anderson, presents the cherished "District Governor Home Club" banner to Del Norte Rotary Club President Bob Rausch to "display with honor".
Welcome to Del Norte Rotary Club!
Del Norte Satellite
From left to right are new members Eladio Muniz, Sandra Train, Christy Cattaneo, Monica Padilla, Debbie Righter, Michael Arias, Patricia Stafford, and Samuel Martinez, Not pictured John Helm.
Their professions range from security officers to loan officers, from executive assistants to owners of small businesses.
A Satellite entity is a way that Rotary is seeking to reach out to business and professional people who are unable to meet at host club's regular times.The Del Norte Satellite plans to meet twice a month in the evenings. The new Satellite members are considered full Rotarians and members of the Del Norte Rotary host club. If you would like more information, contact Rotarian Marty Padilla at firstname.lastname@example.org
Helping Our Community
Reaching Across the Border 2016
A team of nine Albuquerque Del Norte Rotarians spent a day and a half looking over at some of their club's international projects in Mexico that were being funded by the club and matched by Rotary Global grants.
They visited a private Catholic school that serves "the poorest of the poor" in Juarez, where parents are helping pay for their children's tuition by learning how to sew dresses; they also visited a nursing school where students can earn their nursing certificates via a three-year training program also sponsored by the Rotary Club of El Paso Camino.
Both the Albuquerque and El Paso club members took time out to pose at the "world's largest Rotary wheel" located in Juarez.
Ice Cream Ice Cream! We all scream for ice cream!
Saturday June 18th Rotarians got together for the annual CYFD Foster Family Fun Day. Club members generously donated money to get all the fixins' for an old fashion sundae bar. Rotarians Fred Bryant, John Freeman, Dean Cross and Keely Whittington and her kiddos served over 300 foster parents and kids sundaes.
We love serving our community and can't wait for next year's event.
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