Special Speaker Event: March 11
It is an honor to have Mr. Wunderman address a topic we all ask – how will the loss of major corporations, small businesses, and tech jobs relocating away from the Bay Area, affect the health and future of the Bay Area’s economy?
- Date: Thursday, March 11, 2021
- Time: 12 Noon – 1 PM (Q&A to follow)
- Online Zoom meeting – link/registration coming soon
- Requested Donation of $10 to the Food Bank of Contra Costa & Solano Counties, through our Lafayette Rotary Foundation
Jim Wunderman is President and CEO of the Bay Area Council, a CEO-led public policy and advocacy organization formed in 1945 that works to shape the future of the Bay Area and keep it as the most innovative, globally competitive, and sustainable region in the world.
Join us at our weekly meetings on Thursdays!
We meet every Thursday on ZOOM ONLINE (LINK HERE) from 12:15 – 1:30 pm. Each week we feature a different guest speaker in addition to regular club business. Guests are always welcome! If you are interested in checking us out, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Upcoming Meetings (tentative):
- March 4 – April Rovero, Contra Costa County MEDS Coalition
- March 11 – SPECIAL SPEAKER: Jim Wunderman, Bay Area Council
- March 18 – Deborah Allen, BART
- April 1 – Troy, Beer Brewing
- April 15 – Assemblymember Rebecca Bauer-Kahan
Lafayette Rotary supports our International Organization which focuses and supports project that:
Polio Prevention & Eradication
Providing Youth Scholars
Striving to Combat Hunger
Clean Water Projects
Improve Living Conditions
Promote World Peace
The Rotary Club of Lafayette also supports local efforts that include:
The Rotary Club of Lafayette typically meets weekly on Thursdays at 12:15 to 1:30PM at the Oakwood Athletic Club at 4000 Mt. Diablo Blvd in Lafayette, CA. 94549. *Due to the COVID pandemic, we are currently meeting weekly on Zoom online until further notice.* Our meetings are great opportunities to meet other community leaders, hear from thought leaders from the bay area and have fun.
Guests are welcome to join us for lunch and to meet this growing and dynamic club. If a guests decides to join, there is a short application form and new members are briefed on the opportunities and responsibilities of being a Rotarian. Members are encouraged to join us at our social events and community projects