RSF Rotary Club Annual Dinner June 20 to be held at Valenti Estate

RSF Rotary Club Annual Dinner June 20 to be held at Valenti Estate 

Irene Valenti will host the annual Rotary Club of Rancho Santa Fe’s “demo- tion” dinner at the Valenti Estate located on Via de la Valle in Rancho Santa Fe on Friday, June 20, from 5-9 p.m. Outgoing RSF Rotary President Greg Grajek will be “demoted” into retire- ment and properly “roast- ed,” while incoming Presi- dent Chris Dorazio will be installed along with the new RSF Rotary Board of Direc- tors. All RSF Rotarians are invited to attend free of charge and may bring a guest, partner or spouse for a fee of $25 per person.
A gourmet barbeque will be served along with beverages, live music by “Su- sanna and the Troublemak- ers” and dancing. Suggested attire is Western wear or business casual. Visit rsfrota- and click on “2014 RSF Rotary Demotion Party” for reservations or call event chair Dr. Robert Vogel at (760) 420-0329. For directions to the Valenti Estate, call (858) 759-9239.

The RSF Rotary Club was established 60 years ago in 1954. Original founding members include the late Daniel Royce, R. Roger Rowe, Roger S. Woolley, Del Colby and R. E. Badger. Daniel Royce was the manager of the Inn at Rancho Santa Fe for generations. Dr. Rowe served as school superin- tendent, educator and retired Marine. Roger Woolley was a local attorney and built the original market, post office, and other buildings in the Rancho Santa Fe town center. R.E. Badger operated a grove management company that is still run by his son Chuck Badger and Chuck Badger, Jr. Both of who are members of the RSF Rotary Club.

The RSF Rotary Club has a long history of service to the community through numerous projects that sup- port worthy causes. Recipi- ents of this outreach include The Helen Woodward Ani- mal Center, The RSF Com- munity Center, The RSF School Performing Arts Cen- ter, the Rosarito Blanket Project, San Pasqual Acade- my, Polio Plus and many other worthy organizations. They also host the annual Rotary Fall Festival BBQ (now in its 35th year) in the park across from The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe. The event, which is sponsored by Val- enti International, celebrates the return of all students to the R. Roger Rowe School and will be held this year on Oct. 3.
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