Dictionary Project
Each year, we provide a beautiful illustrated dictionary to every third grader in West Marin (and Bodega Bay). All clubs in District 5150 have adopted this sweet project. 


Micro-lending in Ecuador
We partnered with San Francisco #2 to start a village bank. The funds will assist women to start or expand their small businesses to lift their families out of poverty.


Ramp at Halleck Creek
Handicapped children and adults benefit greatly by riding horses. They needed an additional ramp out of the rain to facilitate their volunteer work. Other clubs helped.


Shed for medical supplies and raised garden beds at Stockstill House
Once again, we saw the need for seniors to be able to raise some of their own food for the enjoyment it brings. The shed was our most recent build. 


Centennial Project 
Improving the lives of seniors living at Walnut Place in Point Reyes Station by adding and raising up garden beds was our first glorious, fun project.. 


Prison Yoga Project - promoting 

​An international program founded and directed by James Fox providing behavioral health services to help prisoners develop life skills that allow successful re-entry into society 


Rotary Peace Garden

Raised garden beds and benches at Toby's Feed Barn in downtown Pt. Reyes Station


We also give to local, national and international contributions which when combined or matched, lead to reaching larger goals. 

Club Profile

What We’re Doing - Rotary Club of West Marin in Point Reyes Station 

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Webmaster: Michelle Clein

Some of Our Projects 

Our focus is aiming to make a difference in the world starting with West Marin; fundraising for a cause. 

 

Together we can achieve amazing results. If you have an idea for a hands on project in West Marin, we would enjoy hearing from you. Projects are most successful when the need has been thoughtfully studied and discussed. We sometimes partner with other volunteer organizations for the benefit of all concerned. If you would like to contribute in any way, please do not hesitate to call, e-mail or visit us at a weekly meeting. If you are not local, we can assist you in finding a club near you to participate with so you too can get involved and experience the reward of service above self.

Rotary Club of West Marin

 

Chartered: June 8, 2005

Charter President: ​Michelle Clein 2002-2007

Current President: ​Cynthia Harland

 

Areas of Coverage: 

All communities west of Fairfax such as Woodacre, San Geronimo, Forest Knolls, Lagunitas, Nicasio, Olema, Point Reyes Station, Bolinas, Stinson Beach, Inverness, Marshall and Tomales.


Some Club History


President's Legacy