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Join us July 30

at the Bright Shawl


“Briscoe Western Art Museum



 Jennifer Wijangco

Senior Head of Institutional Advancement

Briscoe Western Art Museum




2014-2015 Dues


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District 5840 Newsletter


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Rotary Club of San Antonio's Commitment to the Community 


The Rotary Club of San Antonio has committed to complete more than 2,000 member service hours and to contribute more than $100,000 to San Antonio educational programs over the next 12 months. “Organizations like Rotary can accomplish great goals thanks to our existing relationships. However, when combined with SA2020’s ability to track and measure progress towards those goals, then we have something truly powerful,” says Brandon Logan of Rotary.

In a unique partnership, SA2020 will track Rotary’s service hours as they impact SA2020 partner organizations that are moving the needle on SA2020 goals of increasing high school graduation rates, increasing third grade reading levels, and increasing college enrollment. This partnership will kick off on October 8, as nearly 500 members of Rotary will contribute their time in a citywide, education day of service.


Darryl Byrd, President & CEO of SA2020, said, “The work we do together is always more powerful when we hold ourselves accountable. SA2020 is excited to report on the progress of this partnership as we work, collectively, towards making San Antonio a brainpower community.”






The Rotary Club of San Antonio will be meeting

at the Bright Shawl effective July 9.


The Bright Shawl

819 Augusta

(Augusta and McCullough)  






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