Welcome To The Hayward Rotary Club!
Hayward Rotary Club is a non-partisan, non-political service organization. Our members are leaders in business, education, government, nonprofit, and community service. Rotarians come from many diverse walks of life, and we are united in giving back to our community. Hayward Rotary Club and Foundation have contributed millions of dollars of support to vital projects and programs that build a stronger future for Hayward and the world. Do you want to give back to the community in an organized way, in the company of distinguished community leaders? Do you have what it takes to become a Hayward Rotary Club member? Find out by attending our weekly luncheons, by talking to Rotarians, and by browsing this website. Learn more
Our special guest on Monday, October 26 will be District Governor Gregg Giusiana.

Gregg Giusiana has been a Rotarian for over twenty years. He has served the district twice as Assistant Governor and Lieutenant  Governor. He has been and still is a member of several district committees. He is a past recipient of the Richard D King Award and Sydney R.  Mitchell Award. Gregg is a long time resident of Gilroy. Amongst his many community  activities, Gregg is a past president of the Garlic Festival, past Chair of the Chamber of Commerce and was selected as Gilroy’s Man of the year in 2015. Gregg worked for the Gilroy Police Department for 34 years, the last  ten of which as its Chief of Police.  

Gregg is currently the Vice President of Academy Services at South Bay  Regional Public Safety Training in San Jose. He has a Masters of Public Administration from San Jose State  University. Gregg and his wife Chris, who is a Morgan Hill Rotarian, have three  grown children and three grandchildren.  He joined Rotary as a career move and then stayed for the fun.

Gregg’s  theme for his year as Governor is “Make Membership Meaningful.”



In honor of World Polio Day, our guest speaker on Monday will talk about her own experience with this debilitating disease.
Frances lopez is a polio survivor and in her own words: "I contracted polio just before Dr. Jonas Salk announced that he had perfected the vaccine (April 12, 1955). I came down with paralytic polio in March of 1955, shortly after my 5th birthday. I have lived since that time with somewhat "functional" muscle weakness, but it has progressed as I've aged. I had to retire early (June of 2007) due to increasing muscle weakness and trying to comply with the directive to conserve what I had to preserve it. At that time, I was a paralegal manager at a San Francisco law firm. "
Join us on Monday, October 19 for an insightful talk.
We will be dark on Monday, October 12 in honor of Indigenous People's Day.

Foundation Annual Meeting. Rick Hansen will be presenting along with Michael Cruz to discuss our Club's investments.  What has been our impact in the community? What are we currently funding and how are the funds allocated? How are our investments doing? And more.

Wear your favorite Hat to the Meeting. The person with best story about their hat will win a prize.




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We meet In Person
Mondays at 12:00 PM
Due to COVID-19 and until further notice, our Club currently meets online via Zoom.
Meeting ID: 988 227 898
Password: 731623
Hayward, CA
United States of America
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