We are the Noon Rotary Club in Healdsburg. Please call 650-714-5546 for more information or to join one of our Zoom meetings.

We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM
Healdsburg Golf Club At Tayman Park
927 S. Fitch Mountain Road
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 671
Healdsburg, CA 95448
United States of America
District 5130
Venue Map

The Rotary Club of Healdsburg (Noon) is marking the historic progress toward making this a polio-free world. In 1988, there were 350,000 cases of polio in 125 countries. Today, polio cases have been reduced 99.9 percent, and just two countries continue to report cases: Afghanistan and Pakistan.  The "Green Hair Day" fundraiser has been our principal method for raising funds for the eradication of polio, helping Rotary International to bolster its PolioPlus initiatives.
How do our members raise money for the Green Hair Day campaign? We paint our hair green!  Please submit your pledge via our website http://www.healdsburgrotary.org    to encourage any of our illustrious Rotarians to wear green hair on St Patrick’s Day and the Melinda and Bill Gates Foundation will match your contribution 2 to 1 (check out this 22 second video for more information):
In honor of NEALE MILLER who never missed an AAH clean up AND washed "Tuesday Towels" for the Shower Ministry at St. Paul's Church.  But he and Linda have moved to Louisiana, and he was missed for this clean up.  Thank you, Neale!
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On Saturday, September 19, Rotarians and friends cleaned up the ramps on the EAST side of 101.  Eight volunteers filled 21 bags of debris from the Central Healdsburg on/off ramps, Westside on ramp, and Dry Creek Road on and off ramps.  Covid19 protocols were enforced, with masks and social distancing.  And after completing the job in 2 hours, we sat on the steps of the Plaza Gazebo for a picnic lunch and comaraderie.
Since we cannot meet face-to-face during this Coronavirus crisis, we are using Zoom software to have weekly video conference meetings, with instructions emailed to all members and invited guests.  We still have a lineup of interesting speakers for each meeting. If you follow the prompts once you click on the Zoom link, you should have no problem being in the meeting.  It is recommended that everyone use a computer with a camera, if at all possible. 
Yes, this is a different type of meeting for our club.  We will have a PowerPoint presentation to share on the screen, which will guide the agenda, so hope to "see" you soon.
Green Hair Day
In Memoriam
Al Loebel
March 16, 1938 - April 23, 2020
13 Years of Service to Rotary
and to this Community that he loved
(see photo album below)
Weekly Meeting Programs
Margaret Sluyk, Executive Director Reach For Home
Mar 08, 2021
Creating Hope In 2021
Glaydon de Freitas, CEO Corazón
Mar 15, 2021
Corazón's Value Creation to Build Bridges
Marcus Shelby, Artistic Director Healdsburg Jazz
Mar 22, 2021
Harlem of the West
Tallia Hart, CEO Healdsburg Chamber of Commerce
Mar 29, 2021
The Changing Climate of Business During the Pandemic
Social Media
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Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Youth Service
Community Service
Club Service
International Service
Rotary Foundation
Programs Director
Immediate Past President
Education Fund


Donors of $1000 or more

The Bulger Family
Glenn Grigg
Mel & Holly Schatz
Henk Peeters
Paul Sullivan
Ed Micheli
Janet Hoehn and John Avakian
Janet Ziedrich
Mary Lou and Jerry Eddinger
Paul Fraser
Allison and Jerry Ogden
Tony Carter
Barbara Lannin
Paul Downey
Ross Stomberg
Rotary International News
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For patients who lack options, a virtual visit can mean the difference between going with or without care.

In communities with no services, incremental steps can go a long way

When Rotary members tried to bring toilets to a remote island, the population wasn’t ready.