The supervisor for Sulphur Creek Nature Center will bring examples of wildlife that the education and rehabilitation facility works with when she is the featured presenter at the luncheon meeting of the Hayward Rotary Club on Monday, Dec. 4. Deb Varner of the Hayward Area Recreation and Park District has a long history with the creekside forested facility, created in 1970 at 1801 D St., and that draws sulphur water from springs. 
HARD calls the facility, "a hidden oasis tucked into the Hayward Hills." It features local wildlife on display, a discovery center, educational programs, a wildlife hospital, volunteer opportunities, and activities designed to connect people and nature.