Saving our “saviors” Project

[Blog Article submitted and written by Dr. Moníka Chugh] On March 11, Dr. Robert Stella died from Covid-19 and his last speech states that he was running out of protective gloves. Weeks later residents-in-training, 1 in Detroit and 2 in NYC, got infected and passed. ...

What’s in a face mask?

What’s in a face mask? For Fremont Bridge Rotary, LOTS and LOTS of love and effort. With so many difficult things happening the world today, it’s important to realize how many good people there are in this world. Please take a moment to read. This is the...

Fremont Bridge Rotary in Serving our Community

Over the last two weeks, I think everyone has had the chance to reevaluate what is really important in our lives. As I (Paul Andrus writing) have called and spoke with our club members to get to know them for next year, I am impressed with how many charitable projects...

Tesla

We had a great meeting speaking with a Tesla employee about the exciting things Tesla has done recently and their wild fire growth. We thank Tesla for giving this presentation via Zoom even though there is a lot going on with COVID-19 and allowing our club members to...

Salaam Food Pantry at Fremont Islamic Center

Naseer & Samreen, Ferheen, Geeta, Paul, Linea & TejinderFerheen Abbasi of Silicon Valley eClub preparing take home bags6 times this many bags distributedRegistration DeskPrepared Food Lunch starting a 11am Today was a good day. Rotarians helped out at the...

Abode “Feed the Hungry” Lunch

Service makes you happy… Wait, Vasu is in deep thought again. I guess that’s what Professor’s do! =-) Thank you to everyone for helping. Fremont Bridge Rotary put in some volunteer time this morning at Abode’s Sunrise Village, the homeless shelter,...

TriCity Voice News Article

Tri-City Voice published an article about our Tree Planting Service project at Northgate Community Park. It was a successful project especially due to the collaboration of so many different groups fulfilling the meaning purpose of our club name The Fremont...

Fremont Bridge Rotary serves community garden LEAF

Bright & Early on Saturday, July 27th, 2019 Fremont Bridge Rotary Clubjoined forces with LEAF (FremontLEAF.org) to get some of their newly acquired property mulched to prepare it for planting in the next year or so. It was hot weather, but we got some good work...
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