PAWS to Consider

The mission of the Paws to Consider Committee of the Rotary Club of San Jose is to facilitate initiatives and projects that promote the intersection between animals that need human help and humans in need of animal help. Projects may include but are not limited to advocating for animals, assisting local shelters with animal care, and partnering with other Rotary Committees and organizations to see how we may be able to work in concert, i.e. the Local Impact Committee. Our goal is to focus on both smaller, short term, one off projects as well as long term projects of greater scale.

Founding committee members:
Terri Chapman
Catherine Cook
Trami Cron
Rebecca Hall
Katie Robinson
Kelly Tucker

2018 co-chairs: Terri Chapman and Catherine Cook
2019 co-chairs: Katie Robinson and Kelly Tucker

Meeting times: Before Rotary meetings on the first Wednesday of every month, beginning Wednesday, February 7th at 11:15am at the Summit Center.

For more information contact Committee Chair Catherine Cook or Co-Chairs Brenda Swiney and Kathleen Thomas.

DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS

President Elect Steve Borkenhagen
A local kid who grew up in Santa Clara during the 50s and 60s when Santa Clara was California’s version of Mayberry. He is also our next Club President who will talk about his theme for the year.
May 19th 2021 12:15 pm
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Dean Erwin Chemerinsky
The New Supreme Court and What It Will Mean
May 26th 2021 12:15 pm
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Rick Banks
The Miseducation of America: Elite Universities and the Crisis of Democracy
Jun 2nd 2021 12:15 pm
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Jay Alexander

Jun 16th 2021 12:15 pm
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The Rotary Club of San Jose

Administrative Office
Gordon House
1690 Senter Road
San Jose, CA 95112

Contact us

Office: 408-297-6100
Office Hours
M-TH: 7:30 - 4:30
Friday: 7 - 1

Weekly meeting address

Rotary Summit Center
88 S. 4th St.
7th Floor
San Jose, CA
Lunch $20 (cash or check, parking included)

Social Media links

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