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Our 2018-19 Board of Directors

President Lee Brockett
President
Joe Arnold

Marty Burbank
Membership

Bill Goetsch
International

Jim Ripley
Vocational

Scott Dowds
Community Service

Susan Ouweleen
Youth

Franki Berry
Club Fellowship

Bob Muschek
Secretary

Marty Burbank
Past President

Mike Cochran
President Elect

Cathy Gach
Treasurer


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The Fullerton Rotary Club meets
on Wednesdays at noon (12:10).

Location:  Coyote Hills Golf Club>
1440 E. Bastanchury Dr
(Just West of 57 Freeway near Brea Blvd)
Fullerton, CA 92835

Our Mailing Address:
Rotary Club of Fullerton
P.O.Box 172
Fullerton CA 92836-0172

Rotary Club of Fullerton
Founded October 26, 1922
Club # 828
District 5320

Secretary:    Kim Barlow    (714) 446-1400

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Welcome: Rotary International is a service organization of more than 1,200,000 business and professional leaders formed in 1905 which includes over 33,000 Rotary Clubs in over 200 countries with headquarters in Evanston, Illinois.
Fullerton Rotary Club is one of over 33,300 Clubs worldwide.
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