Rotary Club of Studio City-Sherman Oaks

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Studio City-Sherman Oaks

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 12:10 PM
Café Bizou
14016 Ventura Blvd
Sherman Oaks, CA  91423
United States
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The Rotary did it again.  They partnered with St. Charles Church in North Hollywood and held another successful blood drive.  Bruce reported that Huntington Hospital, who was collected more than 60 pints of blood. 

Studio City- Sherman Oaks Rotarians cleaned out their closets during the month of January and collected 475 pounds of clothing to be donated to St. Charles Borromeo Church Service Center.  The Service Center has been open since 1984 providing free food, clothing, toiletries, books, toys, and small household items to the needy in the community.  Pictured making the donation are (L-R) Jim Miceli, Bruce Hanrahan, Bernie Weitzman, Barbara Weitzman, and Ray Vega.

Studio City-Sherman Oaks Rotarians Support the Camp Pendleton 1st Marine Regiment.

Welcome to the Studio City-Sherman Oaks Rotary Club! 


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