Rotary’s main objective is service —
The 1.2 million Rotarians who make up more than 35,000 Rotary clubs in nearly every country in the world share a dedication to the idea of Service Above Self.  Rotary clubs are open to people of all cultures and ethnicities and are not affiliated with any political or 
religious organizations.
The San Antonio Northeast Rotary Club has been serving our community since 1987.

Last updated 3/29/2019
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The San Antonio Northeast Rotary Club was proud to induct Russell Sturgeon, center, as it newest member at our meeting on March 3, 2020.  Russell posed for a photo after his induction with his wife Ana, 
and club president Mike Canales.
Due to the COVID-19 developments, and the recent 'Stay Home, Work Safe' order from various governmental agencies, 
our regularly scheduled Rotary meetings for 
the rest of April 2020

We will continue to monitor the instructions provided by the various government agencies, regarding our future Rotary meetings and events.

Our fundraiser at Willie’s Grill & Icehouse scheduled for March 31st has been POSTPONED AND TENTATIVELY RESCHEDULED TO 
TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 2020.    

Be safe and we hope to see you soon.
Just want to reach out to everybody to let you know you're all in my prayers. This is a difficult time but I have faith in God that this shall pass. 

Let's keep in touch to know how we're all doing. I don't have much more to say folks other than to make wise decisions and stay healthy.  Looking forward to hearing from you.  

Mike Canales
President, San Antonio Northeast Rotary Club
We held our first Zoom meeting on Tuesday, March 31, 2020.  Many thanks go out to club member Patty Hinojosa for setting up this call for our club. While it was a Zoom meeting, it was also a Zoom Happy Hour as some club members enjoyed a glass of wine during the meeting.

The main topic of discussion was what we could do as a club to help out our community during these trying times. The club members voted unanimously to donate $2,000 from the club’s checking account to the Texas Diaper Bank, so that diapers, wipes and feminine hygiene products could be purchased directly from the manufacturer. The Texas Diaper Bank will then distribute the items to the community as needed.